Articles tagged "photography"

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Take flight over Australia: aerial photos by Scott McCook

Australian photographer Scott McCook gives us some insight into how he goes about capturing amazing aerial scenes. Read more

Pete Souza captures Obama's final day in the White House

Pete Souza, the official photographer for now-Former President Obama, posted a series of photos on his Instagram account showing the Obama's final departure from The White House. See photos

Ambassadorship and $24,000 of kit up for grabs in broncolor’s Gen Next contest

Broncolor is looking for its next generation of young ambassadors and has opened the entry process for this year’s Gen Next contest. Read more

PhotoSpots uses Google Maps to pinpoint photography hotspots

PhotoSpots helps photographers find 'hotspots' highlighted around the globe by merging Google Maps and data from 500px. Read more

Focus ramping intervalometer Timelapse+ View goes on sale

US accessories manufacturer Timelapse+ has announced that its latest on-camera timelapse controller is now on general sale. Read more

Pulse: Extreme weather in black and white

Mike Olbinski has wowed us many times over the past year with his storm chasing footage, but this time he put a black and white spin on it. Read more 

2016 DPReview Readers' Best Shots: Things

Picking favorites is hard, but our readers were up to the task when we asked them to share their favorite shots of 2016. Here are just some of the standout images submitted. Read more

2016 DPReview Readers' Best Shots: People

Picking favorites is hard, but our readers were up to the task when we asked them to share their favorite shots of 2016. Here are just some of the standout images submitted. Read more

GearEye is an RFID-based gear management system

The GearEye system uses RFID technology to make sure all the items you need for a photo shoot are in the bag when you leave the house. Read more

Global digital photography market value to grow to $110.79 billion by 2021

In the midst of turbulent times for some traditional camera manufacturers comes a new report predicting an impressive rise in the global market value of digital photography, spurred by everything from cameras and lenses to processing software. Read more

So you got a brand new camera? Here's what you need next

Are you the proud owner of a shiny new camera? Congratulations! Here are a few other things you may want to acquire to get the most out of your new photographic companion. Read more

Our favorite gear, rewarded: DPReview Awards 2016

Last year, for the first time, we decided to get together as a team and discuss what we thought was the best gear of the year. And you know what? It was so much fun that we decided to do it again this year. See winners

Fresh out of the box: getting started with your first interchangeable lens camera

We're not all experts. In this article, we offer a quick primer for the first-time interchangeable lens camera buyer, covering the very basics. Read more

Greatest hits: Behind the scenes with Ben Liebenberg, lead photographer for the NFL

Ben Liebenberg has worked as a photographer with the NFL for the past ten years. In this behind the scenes look, he tells us what goes into covering the Super Bowl, and how his team can get a photo online before the replay has even ended on the broadcast. Read more

This image is why the world needs professional photographers

The world needs professional photojournalists now more than ever. Please note, the image that follows is graphic in nature. Read more

Rangefinder magazine announces 30 rising stars of wedding photography for 2016

Rangefinder magazine has announced its 30 Rising Stars of Wedding Photography for 2016, based on submissions by photographers from over 200 countries. Check out some of our favorite images from this year's honorees. Read more

Flickr reveals its top 25 photos of 2016

Billions of photos were uploaded to Flickr this year; here's a sampling of the most popular images shared on the website in 2016. Read more

Submit your best shots of 2016!

Help us bid a fond farewell to 2016 by celebrating your very best shots of the year! Submit your photo and it might be included in an article right here. Learn more

Relonch is a camera and photo editing service that costs $99 per month

No screen, no flash, no settings, no SD card: Relonch, a $99-per-month camera and photo editing service, sounds like a whole lot of nope right off the bat. But its creators think they've found a way to bring better photography to the masses. Read more

Benjamin Von Wong's latest project spotlights conservation with mermaid photo series

The latest project from the ever-adventurous Benjamin Von Wong puts a colorfully costumed model-turned-mermaid in a sea of plastic bottles. He hopes to encourage others to reduce plastic use. Read more

Time's running out to enter 2017 Sony World Photography Awards

Check out some Sony World Photography Award early contenders and get your photo entered before the competition deadline. Read more

A fresh look at Dorothea Lange's censored photos of Japanese internment

Dorothea Lange's photos of Japanese interment in America are perhapse less well known than her other Farm Security Administration works like 'Migrant Mother' – and there's a reason for that. See more

Video: Breathtaking drone footage of Oregon's landscape

Landscape photographer Michael Shainblum put together an incredible 4K aerial experience all shot on DJI drones. Turn the lights down low and prepare to be amazed. Read more

People's Choice Award shortlist for 2016 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Announced

Voting for the 2016 People's Choice Award for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition is now open – check out a handful of shortlisted images and find out how to cast your vote. Read more 

Video: Shooting Dog Portraits with the Sony a6300

Ever wondered how to take great dog portraits? In this video, DPReview's Sam Spencer takes one of our favorite cameras - the Sony a6300 - to shoot some of our favorite animals. See video

The good, the bad and the ugly of aerial photography - part 3: equipment

When you're shooting from a light plane or a helicopter, you'll want to consider the equipment you bring carefully. Veteran landscape and aerial photographer Erez Marom has some suggestions. Read more

Picture of school boy in uniform wins Swiss photographer £15,000 Taylor Wessing prize

London’s National Portrait Gallery has announced the winner of its annual Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize, with Swiss photographer Claudio Rasano scooping the top award of £15,000. Read more

Olympus to give away OM-D E-M1 ll and 1M Yen in global competition

An Olympus OM-D E-M1 ll with a 12-40mm F2.8 Pro lens and ¥1M is up for grabs for the winner of the 2016-2017 Olympus Global Open Photo Contest. Read more

Great heights: Tim Kemple's aerial mountain photography

Adventure photographer Tim Kemple has made a project of photographing some of the world's tallest peaks from high-altitude planes and helicopters. Read more

Field Test: Wedding Photography with the Fujifilm X-T2

In this week's Field Test, DPReview's very own Wenmei Hill and Carey Rose head to beautiful Guemas Island to shoot a wedding, with the new Fujifilm X-T2. Read more

You can see Elton John's rare print collection starting this week at Tate Modern

Sir Elton has some pretty incredible prints made by photographers like Dorthea Lange and Man Ray in his collection. Starting Thursday, London's Tate Modern will put them on display. Read more

NYC Dance Project: How two photographers capture the beauty in movement

New York-based photographers Deborah Ory and Ken Browar started their project with one simple objective: to make photographs of ballet dancers to decorate their daughter's bedroom. Read more

Power struggle: Hauntingly beautiful images of abandoned cooling towers

Belgian photographer Reginald Van de Velde has captured some eerily beautiful images of abandoned and active cooling towers, as well as defunct power stations throughout Europe. See more

TIME to celebrate 175 years of photojournalism

TIME magazine is celebrating the birth of photography and photojournalism by telling the stories behind 100 of history's most influential images. Read more

Magnum's 'Conditions of the Heart' square print sale underway

Magnum's limited time square print sale returns, offering a selection of signed prints from Magnum photographers like Steve McCurry and Alex Webb for $100 each. Read more

Announcing the winners of USA Landscape Photographer of the Year 2016

Thousands entered the 2016 USA Landscape Photographer of the Year competition – take a look at the category and youth winners here. Learn more

Nikon Small World 2016 winners announced

Nikon has revealed the winning images of its 2016 microphotography competition. Read more

Starling vortex wins £10,000 Landscape Photographer of the Year prize

The winners of the 2016 Take a View Landscape Photographer of the Year competition have been announced, with a shot of a flock of starlings flying in front of Brighton Pier taking the top prize. Read more

Facebook is planning to relax censorship rules for newsworthy images

Facebook has decided to abandon its blanket ban on nudity in images, following intense criticism after the deletion of Nick Ut's image 'Napalm Girl' from the Facebook page of a Norwegian newspaper. Read more

Swedish court rules drone photography is surveillance and requires a permit

A Swedish court has ruled that any drone carrying a camera shall be considered a tool for surveillance and will require a license. Read more

Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2016 winners announced

The winners of the 2016 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition have been announced, and the camera that captured the grand title image is probably not what you'd expect it to be. Read more

The range of light: what made one of Ansel's most famous books so special

Marc Silber continues his video series with Ansel Adam's son Michael. He discusses Ansel's book 'The Range of Light', his thoughts on developing your skill set and more. Check out the complete interview. See video

Hot set: Benjamin Von Wong's latest shoot features a model on lava flows

Photographer Benjamin Von Wong, never one to shy away from extreme conditions to get a shot, has released a new set of images from his most recent shoot among the lava flows of Hawaii's Big Island. Read more

'I don’t use my camera as my memory': we interview Graham Nash

From Lancashire to California, Graham Nash's journey has been a long and winding one, both as a musician and a photographer. Read more

Monsoon III: Time-lapse captures the raw power of a monsoon

Mike Olbinski chased the monsoons in the desert Southwest over the course of 36 days to put this amazing time-lapse film together. See more

Winning images from Red Bull Illume 2016

German photographer Lorenz Holder nabs the top prize for a second year in Red Bull Illume's action photography awards. Take a look at a gallery of winning images. See more

Behind the Shot: The Shadow Towers

In the latest in his series of 'Behind the Shot' articles, landscape photographer Erez Marom takes us deep into Patagonia, and explains how he captured a nighttime view of the Torres Del Paine. Read more

Abandoned America: Photographing a forgotten history

Matthew Christopher got into photography after exploring an abandoned asylum in Philadelphia. He runs Abandoned America, a website that documents his explorations and the history of the buildings he photographs. Read more

Creative Live's Photo Week starts tomorrow

Now that Photokina is over and we are impatiently waiting for the latest cameras and gear to ship, it's a perfect time to hone up on our photography skills.  Luckily, our friends at Creative Live are hosting their annual Photo Week this week, September 26 - 29.  Read more

2017 Sony World Photography Awards accepting entries

The 2017 Sony World Photography Awards are open for business and accepting entries in four main competitions. Take a look a selection of early entries. Read more

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