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Facebook now censors photos for depicting body in ‘undesirable manner’ even when promoting feminist agenda

May 26, 2016
Udi Tirosh

To start with the end of the story, Facebook did apologize and allowed the photo at the end, but this case shows how Social media…

Kodak’s Professional Film Photography app is now available for the iPad and Android

May 25, 2016
John Aldred

Kodak released its free Professional Film App for the iPhone in 2012, and it’s seen a couple of small updates since then. Now, they’ve released both iPad and Android…

Sony pulls away from Vegas Pro, sells Creative Software suite to Magix

May 25, 2016
John Aldred

Sony seem to have been on a quest the last couple of years to ditch some aspects of its business to help counter some of its…

BLIPS turns your smartphone into a microscope and fits in your wallet

May 24, 2016
John Aldred

BLIPS is an ultra portable super slim pair of lenses for your smartphone.  One offers macro, letting you focus much closer than your phone’s standard…

Leaked iPhone 7 photos suggest dual cameras may be reserved only for the 7 Plus

May 23, 2016
John Aldred

Pretty much the only things that can be said for certain about the iPhone 7 are that it’ll eventually be announced (probably in September) and…

LandscapePro promises to turn your dull boring images into dramatic landscapes

May 23, 2016
John Aldred

Anthropics, the creators of PortraitPro, have set their sights on a new target with the launch of their new LandscapePro standalone application and Photoshop plugin. Aiming…

Russian app lets you shoot photos of strangers and identify them online

May 20, 2016
John Aldred

As if the facial recognition news coming out of Russia wasn’t creepy enough already, it’s now available in App form to users of popular Russian…

Founder of Luminous-Landscape, Michael Reichmann, dies aged 71

May 20, 2016
John Aldred

It is a sad day for the photography community as we report that Michael Reichmann, the founder of Luminous-Landscape, has died aged 71 after a long…

French Photojournalist faces criminal charges over image of Paris attack victim

May 19, 2016
John Aldred

Photojournalist Maya Vidon-White is facing criminal charges over her photo of a man who was killed during the November terror attacks in Paris after the man’s…

Google’s new Gigapixel Art Camera plans to catalogue the art world in ultra high resolution

May 19, 2016
John Aldred

Google, the company that wants to catalogue and index the entire planet has expanded its view into the world of fine art paintings from the lights…