April 24
This Adobe quiz reveals what creative type you are

In a series of 16 slightly quirky questions Adobe determines your creative personality.

Report: iOS 13 will be able to import photos directly into apps from external storage

If the report holds up, no longer will you have to first import photos into the iOS Camera Roll before importing them into apps like Adobe Lightroom CC and Affinity Photo.

ON1 Photo RAW 2019.5 will drop mid-May with searchable history, nested tags and more

Capture One has announced that the next major version of ON1 Photo RAW 2019.5, will be released in mid-May 2019.

Buying Guide: Best lenses for Fujifilm X-mount cameras

Whether you've bought an inexpensive Fujifilm X-A5 with a kit lens, or a higher-end body like the X-T3, at some point you're going to want some new glass. We've picked out the best X-mount lenses for various shooting situations to aid you in your search.

April 23
Nikon announces COOLPIX W150 kid-friendly waterproof digital camera

Nikon's latest point-and-shoot might look like a toy, but it's not lacking in features.

Ricoh GR III gets firmware update to improve low-light focusing, add Wi-Fi Image Sync option

Firmware version 1.10 for the GR III is said to improve low-light autofocus performance and adds a new Wi-Fi option for transferring images via Image Sync.

Leak: Canon has a 63MP full-frame sensor, possibly for a high-resolution EOS R camera

A leaked data sheet has detailed the specifications of a 63MP full-frame CMOS sensor with Dual Pixel AF.

Panasonic Lumix S1/S1R studio scenes with high-res mode published

We've been working through our full review of Panasonic's high-megapixel full-frame flagship, the Lumix S1R, and its lower-resolution S1 sibling, and have published our studio scene images from them – including the R's 187MP high-res mode. It's, well, very high-res.

Nikon releases firmware version 1.20 for its D500 camera

The update adds Wi-Fi SnapBridge connectivity and addresses a number of bugs.

Panasonic Lumix S Pro 70-200mm F4 OIS sample gallery

Panasonic's S Pro 70-200mm F4 is one of three lenses to launch with the full-frame S system, covering a popular focal range with a claimed 6 stops of stabilization to boot.

April 22
Report: 'Photographer' among 2018's worst jobs due to rise of freelancing, smartphones

CareerCast has released its 2018 Jobs Rated Report and among the list was ‘photographer.’

Huawei P30 Pro video teardown lets us peek inside the 5x periscope-style tele lens

A teardown video shows how Huawei has managed an impressive amount of technology including a 5x tele lens into the body of its flagship smartphone.

Video: COOPH shares 5 inexpensive ideas for macro photography

Cooperative of Photography, more commonly referred to as COOPH, has shared a video on its YouTube channel showing five inexpensive ways to take unique macro photos.

RawTherapee 5.6 adds new Pseudo-HiDPI mode, 'unclipped' processing and more

RawTherapee version 5.6 adds a new Pseudo-HiDPI mode, a new 'Unclipped' processing profile, and hundreds of other improvements and bug fixes to speed up editing.

Interview: Commander Terry Virts, space photographer

Astronaut Terry Virts may have had the coolest photography job in the world – or outside of it – shooting over 300,000 photos during seven months in space. On this Earth Day, Virts tells us what it's like to be a space photographer.

Interview: Frans Lanting - 'I speak to a lot of younger people, and that's the generation we need to cultivate'

Frans Lanting has inspired generations of artists and ecologists with his photography and environmental advocacy. To mark Earth Day 2019, we caught up with Frans to speak about his career and his hopes for the future.

April 21
Tokina announces new 100mm F2.8 1:1 macro lens for Sony E mount cameras

The lens features a 1:1 maximum magnification ratio, a minimum focusing distance of 30cm (11.8in) and weighs 570g (1.3lbs).

Seeing into space: Cosmic Microscapes with photographer Neil Buckland

Seattle-based photographer Neil Buckland has been working with University of Washington scientist Dr. Tony Irving to photograph, in incredible detail, slices of meteorites that have fallen to earth with his Pentax K-1 and a custom-built rig. Get a look into space, and into the past, with some of Buckland's images.

Ricoh GR III shooting experience: "Shut up and take my money"

They say that the best camera is the one you you have with you. Senior Editor Barnaby Britton has been taking the Ricoh GR III with him a lot recently.

April 20
DPReview TV: Fujifilm X-T30 vs. Sony a6400

The Fujifilm X-T30 and Sony a6400 are two of the newest, most exciting mid-range mirrorless cameras on the market. Chris and Jordan break down the differences between these models to see which comes out on top.

Secrets of a professional photographer's workflow: Brian Ach

Brian Ach shoots everything from rock and roll world tours to automotive ads. What follows is a detailed look at his workflow.

April 19
Report: Canon is lowering profit forecast 20% due to shrinking camera sales

Nikkei Asian Review says the increasing capabilities of smartphones are at least partially to blame for the downturn in sales.

Instagram is considering hiding the like counts on photos

One of the main features that defines Instagram is its like count. Jane Manchun Wong, who is renowned for her reverse engineering skills, recently discovered that the service is considering hiding like counts.

The word 'Leica' is now banned on Chinese social media after controversial 'Tank Man' video

Leica is facing backlash in China following the publication of a video called 'The Hunt' set in 1989 during, among other things, the Tiananmen Square pro-democracy protests.

Facebook now says 'millions of Instagram users' had their passwords stored in plaintext

Back in March 2019, Facebook said only 'tens of thousands of Instagram users' were affected; that number has now ballooned to 'millions of Instagram users,' according to Facebook's latest update.

Wundershine's Reframe is designed for easy image-swapping and app-controlled curation

The Reframe system offers a user-friendly way of displaying your smartphone photos neatly framed on a wall.

Sony a6400 sample gallery updated

We've spent a little more time shooting with Sony's new a6400, and as we work towards the completion of a full review, we've updated our initial gallery of sample images with additional shooting in and around Seattle.

April 18
New Fujifilm X-T30 firmware aims to reduce Q.Menu button sensitivity

Fujifilm has released a firmware update for its X-T30 midrange mirrorless camera. It tries to address one of the most frustrating things about the camera: how easy it is to accidentally press the Q.Menu button.

Google's Photobooth brings automated selfie-shooting to the Pixel 3

The new Photobooth mode uses AI to automatically detect the best moment to trigger the shutter during selfie capture.

Canon EOS R firmware update 1.2.0 brings eye-detection AF to Servo mode

Canon has released the latest firmware for its EOS R camera, bringing with it eye-detection autofocus in servo mode and other incremental updates.

World Press Photo disinvited photographer after reports of 'inappropriate behavior'

World Press Photo has, for the first time ever, disinvited an award-winning photographer after reports of 'inappropriate behavior.'

Kandao uses AI to convert 30fps  360-degree video into super-slow-motion footage

AI super slow motion is a software-based method for generating super-slow-motion video from existing footage.

These are the winners of the 2019 Sony World Photography Awards

The 12th year of the World Photography Awards, in partnership with Sony, had a record-breaking number of entries. The winners have been revealed in this prestigious, global competition that gives burgeoning artists exposure and funding to develop personal projects.

Here's why I'm not quite ready to let the Pixel 3 replace a dedicated camera

For most of Managing Editor Allison Johnson's photography, smartphones have already replaced a traditional camera. But a recent trip reinforced a couple of key reasons why she's not ready to quite ready to leave the dedicated camera at home – yet.

Choosing a camera Part 3: the trade-offs of sensor size

In the final part of our beginners' guide to camera fundamentals, we look at the trade-offs you contend with when you choose a sensor size. We hope it helps you find the balance that works best for you.

April 17
Drone footage shows the extent of damage from the Notre Dame Cathedral fire

The roof and spire of Notre Dame Cathedral were destroyed in a devastating fire this past Monday. Drone footage shows the extent of the damage done to the historic Parisian landmark.

Fujifilm releases 3.0 firmware for X-T3, brings improved AF for both stills and video

Fujifilm's latest firmware update for its X-T3 camera includes an improved AF algorithm for enhanced face detection, better subject tracking and more.

Mitakon Speedmaster 50mm F0.95 III lens launches with improved optics

Zhong Yi Optics has released its new Mitakon Speedmaster 50mm F0.95 III lens for Sony FE, Canon RF, and Nikon Z mount camera systems.

Shutterstock AR feature lets customers preview stock images as wall artwork

You can now see the artwork on your wall without the need to order it first.

Fujifilm X-T30 review
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The Fujifilm X-T30 is a $900 camera that's an incredibly capable stills/video hybrid. Image and 4K video quality are top-notch and, aside from some ergonomic and autofocus stumbles, the X-T30 does just about everything right. Learn more in our in-depth review.

Choosing a camera Part 2: is a bigger sensor better?

In part two of our beginners' guides to the fundamentals of cameras, we're going to look at the benefits that a larger sensor can bring. Part three will look at the trade-offs that this brings.

April 16
2019 Pulitzer Prize photography award winners announced for Breaking News, Feature Photography

The 2019 Pulitzer Prize photography award winners have been announced in the Breaking News and Feature Photography categories.

Report: Huawei P30 Pro uses Sony image sensors and technology from Corephotonics

French analysts System Plus Consulting have torn down the Huawei P30 Pro and made some interesting findings.

ThinkTank launches PhotoCross 15 rugged backpack

The PhotoCross 15 is the third and largest backpack in ThinkTank's MindShift PhotoCross lineup, rounding out the PhotoCross 10 and 13 variations.

LIT is a wireless xenon flash for your smartphone

A Kickstarter campaign is aiming to raise funds for the production of an external smartphone flash.

DOTMOT Paper Camera project precisely replicates DSLR camera, lens and flash

This one-off paper camera makes for great photos, but won't be making any great photos.

Choosing a camera Part 1: should I worry about pixel size?

In the first of a three-part beginners' guide, we're going to look at whether you need to worry about pixel size when choosing a camera. Parts two and three will look at the benefits of a larger sensor size, and the trade-offs you make.

Nikon Z 24-70mm F2.8 S sample gallery

Nikon's new Z 24-70mm F2.8 S promises a substantial size and weight reduction compared to its F-mount predecessor and a boost in optical quality. See how it performs in our sample gallery.

April 15
The Etch-A-Snap is (probably) the world's first Etch-A-Sketch camera

Self-taught programmer Martin Fitzpatrick has created a Raspberry Pi Zero-powered camera that uses a Pocket Etch-A-Sketch to 'print' the 240x144 pixel image.

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