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Jun 5, 2014 at 16:58
We're pleased to announce the creation of two new forums. 'DIY and Photo Experiments' is the place to show off your photography-related DIY projects, discuss homemade solutions to hardware problems and share photo experiments with other dpreview users. If it's safe, legal, and you figured it out yourself, this is the place to show it off. Meanwhile, 'Underwater Photography' is the place to share and discuss - yes, you guessed it - all things related to taking pictures underwater. Click though for more information
Do your pictures need a bit of polish? If you're not comfortable with post-processing, a new service called PicTricks can provide quick photo 'fixes' like whitening teeth, removing unwanted elements from a scene and correcting unflattering lighting or skin tone rendition. Their services start at $5 per photo and a 24-hour turnaround from the 'team of editors' is promised. We've had a look at the service, and you can click through to read more
Apr 24, 2014 at 07:00
About a week prior to Monday’s running of the Boston Marathon, and a year after the bombing at the 2013 marathon, photographer Gregory Heisler addressed a crowd of thousands gathered at the finish line. The group included runners, first responders and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, all ready to pose for Sports Illustrated's 'Boston Strong' cover photo. Directing the crowd through a megaphone and standing on a raised platform, Heisler captured a portrait of 3,000 proud, resilient Bostonians. Take a peek behind the scenes of this large scale photo shoot. Learn more
Apr 22, 2014 at 03:00
Blurb, an online self-publishing platform for photo books, is announcing a new program that will allow books created with its online tools to be sold on Amazon. Once a book is created through Blurb, authors may choose to create an ISBN, name a price and list the book for sale with the online retailer. Blurb charges a base price per book to cover printing, and Amazon charges a fee based on list price. Profit left over is paid to the author via Paypal. Learn more
mobileOct 29, 2013 at 20:43
More than 1.5 billion images are uploaded to Google's social networking site weekly.
mobileSep 12, 2013 at 15:14
One catch: you have to use Google Chrome.
mobileAug 29, 2013 at 17:15
Is Nokia planning to supersize the Lumia?
A good summer photo project doesn't necessarily require a lot of expensive equipment, just a camera, an idea and the persistence to see it through. Chances are you've already got everything you need to kick off a photo series of your own. At DPReview we're always looking for new and interesting photos on the web and lately we've noticed a lot of inspired projects. Some are fairly laborious, while others take a simple idea and run with it. Check out these projects and why not get started on your own?
mobileJun 28, 2013 at 15:57
Updated app automatically arranges photos and allows Linea users to download images from Dropbox.
mobileJun 14, 2013 at 15:38
Linea for iOS allows different people to upload photos onto the same 'Line.'
The organisers of Europe's largest annual photographic trade show, Focus on Imaging, have declared that this year's show was the last. Mary Walker Exhibitions had organised the show, held in March at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham UK, for the past 24 years. In a statement Mary Walker announced that the rights to the show would not be sold on, but instead it is simply being brought to an end.
mobileMay 21, 2013 at 19:12
Operation Photo Rescue repairs photos damaged by fires, floods and natural disasters.
Mar 12, 2013 at 19:07
Last October, Portuguese freelance photojournalist Daniel Rodrigues was forced to sell off all his camera gear to pay the bills. Only a few months later, however, one of his images took first prize in the Daily Life category from the prestigious World Press Photo foundation. As a result of the ensuing attention, Rodrigues has been able to acquire new gear and resume his career in photojournalism. (via New York Times Lens blog)
mobileMar 8, 2013 at 19:34
Camera Showdown compares images from different cameras to see what gear comes out on top.
Mar 1, 2013 at 20:51
Freelance photojournalist Sara Naomi Lewkowicz recently recounted the events that led to her presence during an incident of domestic violence. The harrowing images that she captured illustrate, among other things, the extent to which this photographer was able to 'blend' into the lives of her subjects, capturing a scene in which you'd imagine an outsider would be prohibited from documenting. Yet Lewkowicz's account has drawn online detractors who question whether intervention, not documentation was the appropriate response. Read on for more details.
A controversy over photojournalistic ethics and integrity has sprung up over the accusation that Magnum photographer Paolo Pellegrin misrepresented both the subject and context of an award-winning image. An image purporting to show a gun-wielding former Marine corps sniper in a rough neighborhood is actually of a former photojournalism student in a safe neighborhood. Was this simply poor record-keeping or a deliberate fabrication? Read on for more details.
Feb 21, 2013 at 20:01
A 320-gigapixel image taken from top of London's BT Tower has set the world record of the largest panoramic photo. It breaks the previous record set by a 281-gigapixel electron micrograph of a zebrafish embryo taken in 2012. The London image was shot by panorama specialists 360 Cities and is made up of 48,640 individual frames. To get an idea of just how large this photograph is, BT says if it was printed at 'normal resolution' the photo would measure measure 98 x 24 metres.Click through for pictures and more information on the hardware used to make the image.
mobileFeb 21, 2013 at 16:01
Google Drive's Android app now allows for view streaming, meanwhile photo navigation will become easier on the browser.
mobileFeb 3, 2013 at 19:28
Macworld/iWorld report: Printer is iOS and Android compatible and connects with 30-pin dock, USB port or wi-fi.
mobileJan 31, 2013 at 18:50
We round up the latest news from photo sharing apps.
mobileJan 31, 2013 at 16:41
A look at over 27,500 apps shows high quality iOS imaging apps are more affordable.
mobileJan 30, 2013 at 19:39
DPReview Connect category winners also announced.
mobileJan 11, 2013 at 14:43
CES 2013: New Phillips TVs allow for direct wifi photo transfer from smartphones
mobileDec 12, 2012 at 16:50
As long as your image was taken with a Zeiss lens, you can submit your entry through Jan. 15, 2013 on Flickr.
mobileDec 3, 2012 at 18:15
Accessory uses mobile phones to hold subject's attention.
mobileNov 20, 2012 at 14:54
Photo Sync uploads your photos privately so you can share them later; now testing for iOS.
mobileNov 15, 2012 at 17:11
Demotix, “the freelancer’s AP,” is now part of image licensing giant Corbis.
mobileNov 15, 2012 at 15:51
Stephen Mayes on mobile photography: “pure implementation of the digital phenomenon.”
reviewNov 15, 2012 at 15:44
Read our full review of this multi-platform editor.
mobileNov 14, 2012 at 18:19
An untapped market may await photo app makers.
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