June 29
The price is right: Canon EOS Rebel T6 / 1300D Review

Canon's entry-level Rebel is a very affordable $500 with kit lens. It's not at the head of its class in terms of technology, but does its budget-friendly price tag make up for that? Well, that depends on what you're looking for. Read more

Sony Alpha SLT-A68 real-world samples

The weather is starting to really warm up here in Seattle and the days are long. What better time to head out with the feature-packed Sony a68 and see what it can do? See gallery

Wildfire picture wins £3000 international Environmental Photographer of the Year Award

The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) has announced the winners of its Environmental Photographer of the Year awards and given out £6000 (approx. $8000) in prizes. Read more

June 28
Photographer finds 1200 rolls of unprocessed film from 1950s

Levi Bettwieser of The Rescued Film Project has acquired 66 packages of undeveloped film from the 1950s, totaling an estimated 1,200 rolls. And he needs your help. Read more

Sony announces camera shipment delays due to Kumamoto earthquake

Sony has announced delays in delivering certain cameras as a result of the Kumamoto earthquakes. Read more

Canon warns against use of SanDisk CFast cards with EOS-1D X Mark II

Canon has issued a warning to EOS-1D X II owners, noting a problem with file corruption that can occur when certain SanDisk CFast cards are used. Read more

App review: Full Frame is a quick, easy JPEG viewer, XMP editor

Full Frame is a Mac-based image viewer, photo importer and metadata editor that centers around an incredibly clean and intuitive user interface. Just launched to the App Store, its potential to speed up one's workflow caught our attention. Read review

Correct name of mis-identified Iwo Jima flag raiser revealed after 70 years

One of the men in Joe Rosenthal's iconic 'Rasing the Flag on Iwo Jima' has been mis-identified for 70 years, according to a statement from the U.S. Marine Corps. Read more

June 27
Cactus promises 1/8000sec flash sync with V6 II transceiver, new version for Sony users

Hong Kong flash and flash trigger manufacturer Cactus has upgraded its V6 wireless transceiver system to allow flash sync speeds of up to 1/8000sec. Read more

Street style chronicler Bill Cunningham passes away at 87

Street photographer Bill Cunningham passed away over the weekend. Cunningham chronicled fashion and life on New York's streets for almost 40 years at the New York Times. Read more

Fujifilm launches Instax SP-2 with faster printing speeds

Fujifilm's revamped Instax printer comes with improved Wi-Fi connectivity and faster printing speeds than its predecessor. It prints 320 dpi images on a card-sized format. Read more

Mirrorless is 'probably' the future: an interview with Hasselblad Product Manager Ove Bengtson

After the announcement of the Hasselblad X1D in Gothenburg last week we got some time with product manager Ove Bengtson. He explained in more depth some of the X1D's features and technology, and a little of the company's plans for the future. Read more

June 26
Photographing surfers on Russia's Kamchatka Peninsula

The Kamchatka Peninsula, located in the far eastern portion of Russia, is home to a passionate surfing community. Throw in some ice-capped volcanoes and you've got a recipe for dramatic surf photos. Read more

June 25
'I instinctively felt I had an extraordinary image': Ansel Adams on capturing Moonrise over Hernandez

In newly released footage, legendary landscape photographer Ansel Adams recounts capturing one of his most popular images: Moonrise, Hernandez. Read more

June 24
Leica expands 'a la carte' program to allow customers to customize the M Monochrom

Leica has announced that its M Monochrom (Typ 246) will now become part of the company’s 'a la carte' program, so that photographers can choose a range of custom options to personalize their camera. Read more

MIT Museum exhibition 'Images of Discovery' highlights science photography

An exhibition at MIT Museum celebrates photography's role in scientific exploration. Read more

20x24 Studio will stop producing Polaroid 20 x 24 film next year

The Polaroid 20 x 24 is facing extinction as the last company producing the large-format instant film, 20x24 Studio, has announced plans to stop production at the end of 2017. Read more

Lights on! White theme extended to forums, now default for new visitors

You may have already noticed that following a few weeks of tweaking and bug squashing we’ve extended the new ‘light’ theme to the forums and deployed a new unified header that is shared between both dark and light versions of the site. The beta pop-up has been banished from the site and a new permanent ‘Reading Mode’ switch placed at the top right corner of the site. Find out more and share your thoughts after the click.

Sigma announces pricing and availability for sd Quattro and EF-630 flash

Sigma Corp. has announced pricing and availability for its sd Quattro mirrorless camera, a bundle including the camera and a 30mm F1.4 Art lens, as well as the EF-630 external flash. Read more

Metabones update unlocks native Sony focus modes for EF adapters

Updated firmware allows Sony users to use all AF modes when shooting Canon EF-mount lenses with Metabones adapters. It does so by emulating a native E-mount lens. The update enables new modes, but at the cost of some severe issues. Read more

June 23
Nikon releases new firmware for D5: Improves video and adds flicker reduction

Nikon has released new firmware for its flagship D5 DSLR. Firmware v1.10 brings major improvements to stills and video shooting. Read more 

Fly-by: Learn how to shoot the Milky Way from an airplane

How do you photograph the Milky Way from an airplane? You'll need a black jacket and a lot of patience for trial and error, apparently. Read more

Remembering Fan Ho: 1931-2016
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Renowned Chinese photographer Fan Ho died this week, aged 84. Former managing editor of Time Out Hong Kong, Mat Gallagher spoke to him in 2014, and shared his recollections with us. Read more

Capture One Phase One 9.2 extends support to Pentax K-1 and Nikon D500

Phase One has updated its Capture One Pro software. Version 9.2 brings support for two notable new DSLRs, the Pentax K-1 and Nikon D500, as well as workflow enhancements. Read more

June 22
Hands-on with Hasselblad X1D
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Hasselblad's new X1D packs a medium-format 50MP sensor into an impressively small form factor. We've all seen the specs, but what's it like to use? Our man in London, Damien Demolder has his hands on one. Read more

Samsung Gear 360 camera costs $350 in US with limited availability at VidCon

Samsung has announced a limited launch for its Gear 360 camera, which was first revealed earlier this year at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Read more

The FAA finalizes commercial drone use rules, is fine with your drone photography business

The FAA has finalized rules regarding commercial use of drones, and they are a-okay with you profiting from aerial photography – provided that you follow some guidelines. Read more

Rare Nikon 1200mm F11 pops up on eBay

A seller on eBay is offering up a rare Nikon 1200mm F11 lens with AU-1 focusing unit for $5,750. Read more

Medium-format mirrorless: Hasselblad unveils X1D

Hasselblad has announced the X1D, a medium-format mirrorless camera with a 50MP sensor and contrast detect AF. This compact-ish weather-sealed camera uses the company's new XCD lens mount and will retail for $9000 body-only. Read more

June 21
Sony warns against use of unauthorized third-party apps

Sony Japan has something to say about the use of 'hacks' in its PlayMemories App compatible cameras. Read more

Plugin allows direct Instagram posting from Lightroom

A new plugin for Lightroom allows you to add hashtags and captions to your images and post directly to Instagram, without the need for any third-party tools or image transfer to a mobile device. Read more

All about that lens: Sony Cyber-shot RX10 III review

Less than a year after the Mark II was released, Sony upped the ante on its all-in-one superzoom with the RX10 Mark III and its 24-600mm equivalent F2.4-4 lens. Read review

Adobe updates PhotoShop CC with content-aware crop, face-aware liquify

Photoshop CC 2015.5 introduces a couple of editing tools that have been showcased recently by Adobe, as well as a new selection and masking workspace. Read more

Western Digital announces My Passport Wireless Pro

Western Digital has announced its new My Passport Wireless Pro hard drive, Wi-Fi enabled portable storage device designed for photographers and videographers who want to backup, access, and edit photos in the field. Read more

June 20
Bowens introduces Limelight Mosaic LED panels with better color accuracy

UK lighting manufacturer Bowens has announced an update to its Limelite Mosaic LED panels that it claims is 'significantly more colour accurate than previous models.' Read more

Panasonic Lumix G Leica 12mm F1.4 real-world sample gallery

Panasonic's 12mm F1.4 brings a weather-resistant, fast 24mm equivalent prime to the Micro Four Thirds system, with a build quality and price tag that scream premium. We've been out shooting it on the Panasonic GX8. See gallery

Rumor has it: Galaxy S8 to come with dual-cam, iPhone 7 won't have one

According to rumors Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S8 will come with a dual-camera to compete with a rumored dual-cam iPhone. But in a plot twist, it's now said that Apple won't have a dual-cam device this year. Read more

Meyer-Optik Goerlitz unveils titanium and gold-plated Trioplan 100mm F2.8 limited edition lenses

Meyer-Optik Goerlitz recently announced limited edition titanium and plated gold versions of its Trioplan 100mm F2.8 'soap bubble' lens. Read more

After 176 years, Indian photography studio closes its doors

A studio in India, founded by British photographers Charles Shepherd, Samuel Bourne and William Howard in 1840 will close its doors after 176 years in operation. Read more

June 19
Mystery science theater: A look inside the Samsung NX3000

Just over two years old, the Samsung NX3000 represented a nice value in a small package when it launched with a 20MP sensor, articulated LCD and integrated connectivity. iFixit gives us a peek inside the super-slim NX3000 in the name of science. Read more

June 18
The good, the bad and the ugly of aerial photography - Part 1: Why shoot aerials?

There are incredible benefits to aerial photography, but the cost and logistics can be intimidating. In this series, veteran landscape shooter Erez Marom shares what he's learned from his aerial shoots. Read more

June 17
Hasselblad to announce 'game changer' next week

Hasselblad has announced a live streaming event for next Wednesday, June 22nd, alluding to a 'game changer in the world of photography.' Read More

Patents hint at camera on future Apple Watch

A patent filed by Apple might hint at a camera on a future version of the Apple Watch. The patent covers a range of ideas, including a camera for selfies or scanning QR codes. Read more

Meike iPhone lens adapter case takes ring light and Sony QX1

Hong Kong accessory manufacturer Meike has introduced a case for the Apple iPhone 6/6s that accepts accessory lenses and offers a mount for a ring light and Sony’s ILCE-QX1 E-mount 'lens style camera.' Read more

Study: Instagram interactions declining as user base grows

User interactions on Instagram decreased an overall 33% from the first quarter of 2015 to the first quarter of 2016, according to analytics company Quintly. Read more

Avast Photo Space lets you store more photos on your iPhone

Avast Photo Space allows you to store up to 7 times more images on your iPhone by reducing the resolution of your files and storing the original versions in the cloud. It also offers an integrated camera app for a better user experience. Read more

Serious spec: HTC 10 camera review

The HTC 10's predecessors have failed to impress us in the camera department, but the company's latest flagship is in a whole new league. Its 12MP sensor, image stabilization and Raw capture put it just shy of the very best mobile offerings in terms of image quality. Read more

June 16
D500 owner formally accuses Nikon of false advertising

A disgruntled D500 owner has taken out a legal warning against Nikon advertising the camera as offering 'integrated Wi-Fi,' in the equivalent of a cease-and-desist order. Andreas V of Germany says that the term is misleading, given there are unusual restrictions to using the function. Read more

Rare 1964 NASA 1000mm F4.5 super telephoto lens to be auctioned

A one-of-a-kind Birns and Sawyer Omnitar 1000mm f/4.5 lens commissioned by NASA in 1964 will soon be available to purchase. Read more

Pelican Air 1535 Rolling Hard Case with TrekPak Dividers Review

Pelican's new Air gear cases claim to provide all the toughness the brand is known for without all of the weight. We took the rolling 1535 model freshly outfitted with TrekPak dividers for a test run. Read more

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