A new photo book, titled Photography through the Pandemic, showcases work captured by film photographers from around the world throughout the COVID-19 global pandemic.
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CIPA’s 2020 full-year data shows just how brutal the COVID-19 pandemic was for the photography industry.
Texas Monthly has shared an article detailing how one high-risk photographer was exposed and eventually tested positive for COVID-19 after the party hid that the groom had tested positive ahead of the event.
Tamron has announced it is extending the closures of its Hirosaki and Namioka factories due to 'decrease in global demand due to the worldwide spread of the [novel] coronavirus.'
Digital exhibition to document life in lockdown across Great Britain with 100 of the best entries to the Duchess's competition. The images show 'the spirit, the mood, the hopes, the fears and the feelings of the nation' as the coronavirus outbreak took hold of the country.
Library curators will review the photos and decide which ones will be preserved in permanent LOC collections.
The event was organized by agency Headshot Booker, which arranged for photo sessions in pop-up studios across the United States.
Jesse Dittmar hadn't had an assignment in nearly two months, then The Washington Post came calling. Here, he talks about his first portrait shoot in the era of COVID-19.
By taking instant portraits and attaching them to their hospital gowns, hospital staff can add a personal touch to their caretaking, even while wearing extraordinary amounts of PPE.
After originally being delayed, the organizers have decided to take the event virtual due to 'the continued uncertainty around hosting large events.'
Uncertainty over the conditions in which the show will have to be run in September have led organizers to cancel this years IBC in Amsterdam, but they promise a virtual event in its place
Due to the 'current global conditions,' Sony has announced it is automatically and immediately extending the benefits of its Sony Imaging PRO Support platform to all members, free of charge.
The news comes just a week after Adobe announced its 99U conference will also be an online-only event due to safety concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.
The courses from Photography Life normally retail for $150 each. The first course is already live on YouTube with the next two due out within the next two weeks.
Princess Kate challenges the UK to document human stories and everyday life during the coronavirus pandemic, with the best 100 making up an exhibition with the National Portrait Gallery.
According to the New York Post, B&H has furloughed roughly 400 of its 2,000 employees due to troubles caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The program will help fund both personal projects and work directly commissioned by Adobe.
The global lockdown has been disastrous for the camera trade with sales cut in half across the world, according to figures released by CIPA. DSLRs are doing worse than mirrorless models, and lenses are holding up a little better overall.
Instagram-competitor VSCO and action camera company GoPro both plan to release new features and products in 2020 despite the restructuring.
Last week, it was reported that $2.2 billion of Japan's COVID-19 emergency stimulus package will be allocated to companies willing to move production out of China. We asked two executives of Japanese imaging companies whether or not this incentive could help their operations.
The results of the short survey will be shared in the coming weeks in an effort to better understand how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting the professional photography community.
Lens accessories company Lenscoat responded to an appeal for PPE for healthcare workers, using its skills to manufacturer some very cool camo face masks
Who says you can't be creative while confined to your home? Top camera companies and creatives are challenging photographers and videographers to submit their best work while in quarantine.
Brooklyn photographer Stephen Lovekin implored his Ditmas Park neighbors to share inspirational messages with the world through their windows.
Lots of people are suddenly working from home. For many, that means creating online videos for others to watch or logging time on video calls. We review some simple techniques to make your videos look and sound great, so you'll look more professional.
Canon USA has announced that due to 'stay at home' directives by authorities in various states, it will be shutting down repair facilities in California, Illinois and New Jersey.
In addition to an announcement on its service page, Nikon Inc. President and CEO Bo Kajiwara also shared a letter with Nikon customers and partners.
Lensrentals founder and owner, Roger Cicala, has shared a post explaining what you should (and shouldn't) be doing to keep yourself and your gear as clean as possible amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
The organizers of the international trade show cite ongoing concerns surrounding COVID-19 and other factors as the reason for cancelling the event.
Because it isn't. And quite frankly, we need to do something to keep our minds (and yours) off the news.
Students and educators who typically only have access to Adobe Creative Cloud applications at school will now be able to access the CC applications at home, free of charge, through May 31, 2020.
The winners will still be announced on April 16, 2020, but the in-person awards show and festival have been canceled due to concerns surrounding COVID-19.
Another day, another conference down. NAB president Gordon Smith shared an update confirming the NAB Show, due to take place in Las Vegas in April, has been canceled.
The organizers are still working on coming up with new dates, but for the time being, the show has been postponed.
Adobe has announced that it is withdrawing from this April's NAB show due to COVID-19.
Nikon says the delay is being caused by issues with acquiring various components used to make its flagship DSLR.
The five camera-producing factories are set to close from March 2 to March 13, with the missed days set to be rescheduled later this year when supplies are no longer scarce.
Manufacturing capacity in China is reduced, economic output is down, and some factories have closed in Japan due to a shortage of parts. But the photo industry is resilient.
At a press conference in Cologne, Germany, Koelnmesse Vice President, Christoph Werner, said ‘At this time, there is no reason to halt a large-scale event like [Photokina 2020],’ according to translated text from DC Watch.
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from My Best Photo of the Fortnight
|Reina by Great Bustard|
from in the style of a Large Format Portrait
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from Crashing Wave