Articles from PDN

PhotoDirector 10 released with AI styles, new layer features, and tethered shooting

CyberLink has release the latest version of its photo editing and design program PhotoDirector.

How Smithsonian Magazine finds and assigns its photographers

PDN spoke with Smithsonian Magazine's chief photo editor Quentin Nardi—an 18-year publishing veteran—about how she finds and assigns photographers around the world to cover the science, technology, art and culture stories Smithsonian writes about.

Broncolor releases HSS-capable RFS 2.2 flash trigger for Fujifilm cameras

Fuji users have another flash trigger to add to their arsenal. Broncolor's RFS 2.2F flash trigger—formerly only available for Canon, Nikon, and Sony—is now being made for Fujifilm cameras as well.

RAW Power: An iOS raw editor designed by the former Apple Aperture lead

Former Apple Aperture lead developer Nik Bhatt has designed an iOS app called RAW Power that lets you edit raw photos from your professional camera using your phone and tablet.... color us intrigued.

This is how Rolling Stone finds and hires its photographers

PDN sat down with Ahmed Fakhr, director of photography at, to talk about how the famed publication is adapting to the changing photo and video needs of the modern era and how he 'evaluates the skills of potential contributors.'

ImageRights expands copyright registration, adds new blockchain protections

Photo protection company ImageRights recently released a new service that lets non-subscribers take advantage of their streamlined copyright registration system that checks for errors and fills out all the required forms for you.

Explorest iOS app helps photographers find new locations to shoot

A new iOS app called Explorest wants to help you find new locations to shoot. It's limited to Singapore for now, but the app is packed full of useful location scouting features.

Out of 50,000 infringement claims, an image of a cup of tea is the most stolen

CopyTrack's study also found that the second most-stolen image is a woman wearing painted jeans. That's apparently a thing.

A Seattle brick-and-mortar camera store offers hope for a challenged industry

What can other shops learn from the success of Glazer’s, an 80-year-old camera retailer located in the heart of Seattle’s most 'techie' neighborhood?

Kodak is building new film processing facilities

It's not dead yet! A few years ago several high profile filmmakers convinced Kodak to keep making motion picture film. Now they need more facilities to process it.

PDN reviews Yuneec Typhoon H drone

Are six propellers better than four?

Interview: Photographing Appalachia post-election

Photographer Nancy Andrews is working toward a vision of Appalachia that breaks free of the poverty-focused visuals that have dominated the news.