October 10
Adobe just made it way easier to import Lightroom collections into Adobe Portfolio

If you use Adobe Portfolio, you'll be very happy to hear about the latest update. As of today, you can import both Lightroom collections and new Behance projects directly onto new pages with next-to-no effort.

EyeEm now lets you collect multiple model releases at once over text message

Getting model releases signed has never been quite this easy. A new feature from EyeEm lets you collect multiple model releases at once, and you can do through your favorite messaging app.

Samyang unveils 35mm F1.4 autofocus lens for Sony full-frame mirrorless

Samyang has announced its fourth autofocus prime lens for Sony full-frame mirrorless cameras: meet the long-rumored and much-anticipated Samyang AF 35mm F1.4 FE.

Yashica launches Y35 digiFilm camera that uses digital 'film' cartriges

Yashica's interesting new Y35 retro-camera uses digital "film" cartridges to adjust ISO, color and filter settings.

Sony Cyber-shot RX10 IV sample gallery updated

Where better to take a 24-600mm equivalent superzoom than on a trip to the mountains? With a zoom range ideal for travel, our RX10 IV review unit headed north to Whistler, BC almost as soon as it arrived.

October 9
The Control Room app lets you control Lightroom from your smartphone

This simple app can turn your Android or iOS device into a separate panel that you can use to control Lightroom on your computer without ever touching a mouse or keyboard.

Google shares high-resolution Pixel 2 sample photos

Google has shared a set of high-resolution, unedited sample photos captured with the new 'world's highest rated smartphone camera': The Google Pixel 2. Check them out for yourself here.

Google's unlimited full-res photo storage for Pixel 2 owners ends in 2020

Google is telling prospective Pixel 2 buyers that they'll get unlimited full-res photo and video storage in Google Photos... but there's a catch. That service will end in 2020.

Video: Why the Profoto A1 is a 'gamechanger' for wedding photographers

The Profoto A1 may be 'the world's smallest studio light,' but is it worth the $1,000 price tag? Photographers Daniel Inskeep and Rachel Gulotta think it is. In fact, they're calling it a 'gamechanger.'

Manfrotto unveils Element Carbon entry-level carbon fibre tripod range

Manfrotto's new entry-level Element Carbon tripods are aimed at travel photographers who want Manfrotto quality at a slightly more affordable price point.

October 8
Gudsen Moza Air gimbal review

Gudsen's Moza Air gimbal is designed to add stability to the video footage of mid-range to high-end DSLRs and mirrorless cameras at a competitive price. Damien Demolder puts it to the test.

October 7
Photo of the week: A heartbreaking photo of a bear in a landfill

Read the story behind this tragic photo of a lone bear, sitting perfectly still, surrounded by trash at a landfill in Canada. "It took me a very long time to process this photograph after," says photographer Troy Moth, "and I’m still not sure how I feel about it."

Taking the Canon 28mm F2.8 IS USM to Big Sur, California

It’s not Canon’s most affordable full-frame lens, but the 28mm F2.8 is a handy little stabilized prime that DPR staffer Carey Rose came to appreciate on a recent trip to California's gorgeous coast.

October 6
RED unveils Monstro 8K VV full-frame sensor with 17+ stops of dynamic range

RED's monstrous new Monstro 8K VV is a 35.4MP full-frame monster with "unprecedented dynamic range [of 17+ stops] and breathtaking color accuracy."

Nine things you should know about the Google Pixel 2

The Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL come with heavily hyped cameras. Here's what you need to know about why they stand out, and some thoughts on what Google can still improve.

Pixelmator 3.7 update adds High Sierra and HEIF support

Pixelmator just released Version 3.7 Mount Whitney, which adds in a range of new features, performance upgrades and bug fixes including support for the HEIF image format.

The Nikon D850 is the best camera DxOMark has ever tested, first to hit score of 100

The scores are in, and the news is great for Nikon fans: The Nikon D850 is officially the best camera DxOMark has ever tested, marking the first time a camera has ever received a score of 100.

SanDisk launches ultra-reliable industrial memory cards that can handle extreme temperatures

SanDisk has unveiled a new line memory cards designed to withstand extreme temperature ranges and provide even better reliability than the manufacturer's standard cards.

Congress is considering a copyright small claims bill you should know about

The so-called Copyright Alternative in Small Claims Enforcement Act of 2017 (or CASE) would establish a copyright small-claims panel that would make it easier for photographers and other creatives to pursue small infringement cases.

Sharp and wide: Sony FE 12-24mm F4 G gallery updated

We've had more time to shoot with Sony's ultra wide 12-24mm F4 zoom; see how it performed in a variety of shooting scenarios.

October 5
Aputure launches 2K watt Light Storm 300D LED light, its brightest light yet

The new Aputure Light Storm 300D is a beast of an LED light, boasting exceptional color quality and 142,000 lux and an output equivalent to a 2,000 watts tungsten.

Seagate's 12TB BarraCuda Pro is the fastest, highest capacity desktop drive on the market

Seagate has released three new 12TB drives, including the 7200rpm 12TB BarraCuda Pro: "the fastest, highest-capacity and most reliable hard drive for desktop computing available on the market today"

Pixelstick creators unveil the Colorspike: An incredibly versatile LED lighting strip

The colorspike is an incredibly versatile LED lighting stick that you control from your smartphone, literally putting a massive range of colors and lighting effects at your fingertips.

From the sidelines to the driver's seat: A photographer's evolution

One of the most amazing things about photography, is how your camera has the ability to open doors and put you right in the middle of the action. Ken Sklute has experienced this many times in his career—here are just three of those stories.

Throwback Thursday: Google Nexus One

Yesterday Google introduced their latest and greatest smartphones, the Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2. It's easy to forget that the company has been designing phones for over seven years, starting with 2010's Nexus One.

October 4
Google Clips is an AI-enabled hands-free camera that costs $250

After some expected hardware update announcements, Google's "one more thing" turned out to be a tiny, hands-free camera designed to automatically capture everyday moments.

Google Pixel 2 trumps iPhone as 'best smartphone camera' with highest DxOMark score ever

DxOMark got their hands on the Google Pixel 2 early, and you could say they were impressed. In fact, they awarded it the highest score they've EVER given a smartphone camera.

Here's Google's impressive OIS + EIS video stabilization demonstrated

Optical image stabilization is a welcome update in the Google Pixel 2. But what's really impressive is that it can be used in tandem with electronic stabilization in video mode – here's what that looks like.

Google unveils Pixel 2 phones: Adds OIS, Dual Pixel powered Portrait Mode and more

Google's new flagship smartphones, the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, boast some impressive new features for photo and video nerds: from OIS, to Dual Pixel autofocus and beyond.

Sigma to reveal new lens at PDN PhotoPlus Expo 2017

Sigma will showcase most of its product line-up at the upcoming trade show, but the company also plans to launch a brand new lens as well.

Live coverage of the Google Pixel 2 launch on DPReview

Join us as we live Tweet from the Google Pixel 2 launch and offer up-to-the-minute takes on the camera technology Google is putting into its newest flagship phones.

Adobe unveils Photoshop Elements 2018: Can open closed eyes, find your best photos and more

Adobe revealed Photoshop and Premiere Elements 2018 today, and both programs boast tons of AI-powered features that make finding and editing your best shots and videos more intuitive than ever.

October 3
On1 Photo RAW 2018 announced: Adds HDR processing, advanced masking and more

On1 just announced the new and improved On1 Photo RAW 2018. The updated non-destructive editor offers a ton of new features, including HDR merge, panorama stitching, advanced masking controls and much more.

DxOMark: Samsung Galaxy Note 8 ties iPhone 8 Plus as best ever smartphone camera

That didn't last long... The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has officially tied the iPhone 8 Plus as the best smartphone camera DxOMark has ever tested.

The Insta360 Pro 8K is certified to capture Google Street View photos while you drive

The Insta360 Pro 8K is the first camera to get Google's Street View certification, and one of only 4 that Google will certify as "Auto" ready, meaning you can use it to capture 360° photos while driving and add them to Google Street View.

Hasselblad's 100MP H6D-100c digital back is now available to buy on its own

If you'd like a 100MP Hasselblad digital back, but don't care to buy the camera body that typically comes with it, you're in luck. Hasselblad just made the 100MP H6D-100c available as a standalone product.

Behind the scenes: Ben Von Wong dangled everyday athletes off a skyscraper for Nike

When Nike sent photographer Ben Von Wong a challenge in the mail, he didn't write back with some half-hearted idea... he decided to hang 'everyday athletes' off a skyscraper instead.

Video: $6,000 full-frame vs $2,000 crop sensor portrait shootout

Can a client really tell the difference between a portrait taken with a $6,000 full-frame setup and a $2,000 crop sensor setup? Can you? Photographer Manny Ortiz put together this shootout to find out.

6 things we want to see in the Google Pixel 2

A year after its release the Google Pixel is still one of the best smartphone cameras money can buy, but that doesn't mean it's perfect. With a Pixel 2 announcement imminent, here are a few things we're hoping to see in the next generation Google flagship phone.

October 2
Video comparison: GoPro Hero6 'is what the Hero5 should have been'

Vistek tested the new-and-improved GoPro Hero6 against its predecessor, the GoPro Hero5. If you're not sure it's worth upgrading, this head-to-head comparison should leave no doubt: it definitely is.

10 macro photography tips for beginners

This helpful article by photographer Micael Widell will help you avoid some of the common mistakes beginners make when they try out macro photography for the first time.

The RevolCam adds three accessory lenses and an adjustable light to any smartphone camera

The team behind the Shiftcam lens attachment has returned to Kickstarter with a new, more comprehensive smartphone lens accessory called the RevolCam.

Apple acquires AI startup that scores your photos' framing, composition and more

Apple has reportedly acquired a computer vision startup that can analyze the 'aesthetics' of your photos, telling you if the colors are 'dull' or your background is 'annoying' among many other things.

October 1
OnePlus 5 camera review

Flagship features for a couple hundred bucks less than your typical flagship device – the OnePlus 5 provides a good value proposition. Despite a few flaws, it's a solid choice for someone who cares about image quality and wants the latest camera features.

September 30
Photo of the week: Colors of the Arctic

Landscape photographer Erez Marom tells the story behind this beautiful, surreal looking photograph of a perfectly-reflected iceberg surrounded by sunset colors.

Fujifilm X-A10 sample gallery

We brought Fujifilm's least expensive X-series camera on a trip to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. See how it measured up.

September 29
Japan Camera Hunter is designing a 35mm 'premium compact' camera

Great news for film photography fans: Bellamy Hunt of Japan Camera Hunter has announced that he's developing a 'premium compact' film camera of his own.

Video: The difference between Saturation and Vibrance explained

In this quick, very informative video, retoucher Jesus Ramirez explains the key differences between Vibrance and Saturation, and demonstrates how both can be used to enhance an image in different ways.

New FAA drone rules restrict flying near 10 major US landmarks

The FAA just made it illegal to fly within 400ft of several well known US landmarks, including the Statue of Liberty and the Hoover Dam. Pilots who want to get around these new regulations will have to submit a plan with the FAA first.

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