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Real world test: These are the best memory cards for the Nikon D850

Photographer Alik Griffin tested "all the best XQD and SD (UHS-II) memory cards for the Nikon D850" to see which ones performed best with the new powerhouse DSLR.

We found a truckful of $40,000 35mm film processing machines from 2003

"Imagine finding a truck full of brand new 35mm film processing machines. That’s what happened two weeks ago, though the reality of what we found has taken a few days of research and a lot of Googling to understand..."

Why Capture One can't replace Adobe Lightroom

"[It seems] Phase One has no plans to support the GFX 50S or any other medium format camera on the market to protect its own medium format system. For this reason alone, Capture One could never replace Lightroom as post-processing software for many photographers out there."

Cameraman injures OSU football player during pregame warm-up

OSU's coach called for an 'all-out investigation' to find out who the responsible cameraman was, but it doesn't sound like this will happen after all.

Netflix stole my VHS photos for the Stranger Things box set design

This has to be one of the strangest image theft stories we've seen. It seems Netflix stole tech enthusiast Gough Lui's photos of a VHS tape and used them to create the design of the Stranger Things box set.

AI-powered 'Google Lens' is being integrated into Assistant on Pixel phones

Thanks to Google Assistant integration, the Pixel 2's AI-powered 'Google Lens' camera feature will soon be easier and quicker to use.

The man behind rock music's most iconic photos discusses his process

Neal Preston has shot timeless photos of everyone from Led Zeppelin, to Whitney Houston, to Michael Jackson. In this interview, he offers insights into his craft to up-and-comer Elijah Dominique.

B+W releases 3-slot filter holder for 100mm filter system

B+W has announced a new aluminum filter holder that offers three slots so users can use multiple filters at the same time. The holder goes with the 2mm thick 100mm square filters it launched earlier this year.

The history of photography is a history of shattered glass

"Glass is everywhere in photography. From Eugène Atget’s reflective vitrines to Lee Friedlander’s sly self-portraiture, photographers have long been in thrall to the visual complications glass can inject into a composition."

Instagram testing feature that lets you follow hashtags

Instagram is testing a new feature that lets you follow hashtags in addition to people, making it possible to keep track of your favorite #landscapes or #portraits without leaving your home feed.

Instagram is 'liking' natural wonders to death

Instagram popularity is threatening some of the most beautiful landscapes in the US, as hordes of 'nature lovers' trample over the same spots over and over again in search of the same exact shot.

The risk of 'crowdsourcing' your wedding photos

It might be tempting to skimp on a wedding photographer and 'crowdsource' your wedding photos instead. But as this couple found out, you could end up with no photos and a big headache.

How to predict when your camera is going to die

Using a combination of tools freely available online, you can predict when your beloved camera is likely to kick the can. No need to let your camera's demise catch you unawares.

VSCO adds 'Recipes' feature that lets you create 10 custom presets

VSCO has released a new custom presets feature called Recipes to its VSCO X subscribers, allowing them to save up to 10 custom edits under a new menu item.

Corephotonics sues Apple over dual-camera zoom patents

The Israel-based company has filed a patent infringement case claiming Apple has made unauthorized use of its dual-camera zoom technology in the iPhone 7 Plus and 8 Plus.

Phase One introduces Capture One ambassador program

Phase One just launched a brand ambassador program for its photo processing software Capture One, bringing in 13 photographers and retouchers who can "share their talent and skills to inspire the photographic community."

A retoucher reviews the Touchbar MacBook Pro

"I was highly skeptical of this laptop before buying it because on paper, it looked dumb [...] I have to say that it did beat my expectations and I don’t regret my purchase. It actually keeps up with me and I work like a maniac!"

Market report provides interesting insights into camera module industry

Yole Développement's "Camera Module Industry Market and Technology Trends 2017" report finds the industry is still mostly driven by mobile.

HTC U11+ combines U11 camera specs with large 6-inch display

The U11+ comes with the same camera specs as the excellent U11, and is HTC's first device to feature an almost bezel-less display.

Macphun has changed its name to 'Skylum' now that it's not Mac-only

Photo editing software maker Macphun is no longer... well... Macphun. Now that it's making software for Windows as well, the company has officially changed its name to Skylum.

InVisage reportedly acquired by Apple

It appears InVisage, which developed a new image sensor architecture for increased light capturing capability, has been taken over by Apple.

Report: Snapchat has hundreds of thousands of unsold Spectacles sitting in storage

After a successful first round of sales, Snapchat ordered hundreds of thousands more of its Spectacles camera glasses... then demand tanked.

Sony to shift focus as demand for automotive image sensors increases

Sony is expected to shift some of its CMOS sensor production capacity from mobile devices to automotive.

Canon's 'holy grail': Using the Canon 200mm F1.8L USM

"With only a few hundred of these lenses still in existence, and the inability to get them serviced and repaired if damaged, one can only assume that finding one of these will only become more and more difficult as time goes on..."

My experience at an Instagram influencer party

"Everyone was wearing essentially the same outfits, doing the same poses, and felt like they needed 37 versions of each pose. As irritated as I was by this, it wasn’t what annoyed me the most."

Canon now offers next-day service for CPS Platinum members

"CPS Platinum members will now enjoy next-day service, with equipment serviced and shipped the business day after an estimate is approved. For repairs that will take longer, Canon will offer next-day loaner equipment."

Detu launches F4 Plus professional grade 360-degree 8K VR cam

The F4 Plus can can capture 360° stills, videos and broadcast livestream footage at 8K resolution... that's 7680 x 3840 pixels!

The 'Nude' app uses AI to detect and hide NSFW images on your iOS device

The aptly-named 'Nude' app automatically detects NSFW images on your iPhone, moves them to a protected vault and deletes the original files in the camera roll and on iCloud.

This is how Rolling Stone finds and hires its photographers

PDN sat down with Ahmed Fakhr, director of photography at RollingStone.com, 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.'

Canon hit two milestones today: 90 million cameras and 130 million lenses

Kudos to Canon. Earlier today, the camera giant announced that it had produced its 90 millionth EOS camera and 130 millionth EF-series lens.

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