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by Staff April 14, 2017 at 3:35 pm

Designer and Dad Stephen Crowley is doing his best to give his relatives a heart attack… Photoshop style. The creative father recently decided to Photoshop his 18-month-old daughter Hannah into “marginally dangerous situations” for a laugh, and the results have gone viral.

We have all heard it: “save money by hiring a hobby photographer” or “my uncle got a really great camera and he will take our wedding photos for free.” I will light a candle for all of you who regret, in hindsight, that you didn’t hire a professional photographer for your wedding or special one-day event.

Marina Amaral is a 21-year-old Brazilian retoucher who is receiving widespread acclaim for her work adding color to famous historical B&W photos.

Pentax has a long legacy in the modern history of photography, but its days may be numbered: Ricoh is said to be considering killing off its consumer camera business, which is bleeding money.

National Geographic is being heavily criticized by photographers across the globe for posting a train track portrait on their 74.9 million follower Instagram account. This, less than a month after the last widely-reported train track photoshoot death took over the headlines.

Nubrella is an innovative new umbrella that could come in handy for photographers shooting in the rain. It’s a hands-free, wind-resistant design that can keep you and your camera dry while you’re snapping away.

Israeli-American director Sigal Avin recently teamed up with actor and director David Schwimmer to create an anti-Sexual Harassment campaign that is guaranteed to make you squirm. Their video titled ‘The Photographer’ hits particularly close to home.

No matter your current skill level, you could (and should) always be getting better. And if you ever find yourself in a creative rut—as we all do from time to time—watch this video. Photographer and filmmaker Peter McKinnon thinks he knows why you’re struggling, and how to get out.

You may not realize it, but you probably unconsciously date video footage based on the resolution. The higher the definition, the newer you assume the footage is, which is why this HD video of New York City recorded in 1993 just looks strange.

A few weeks ago I went to Guatemala to try and shoot the eruption of Fuego, an active volcano on the edge of a little town called Antigua Guatemala. But I didn’t just want to shoot the erupting volcano, I wanted to align the eruption with the Milky Way to create something unique.

Even though most camera bodies these days use some sort of Lithium-ion battery, chances are there’s still some gear in your bag that still runs off alkaline batteries. If you’ve ever found yourself in need of checking the charge on those batteries but you happen to leave your volt meter at home (I know … what were you thinking!?) here’s a cool little life hack that’ll give you the info your need.

Nikon today announced the new D7500, a mid-range DSLR that shares many of the same specs and features as the high-end D500, Nikon’s flagship DX-format camera.

I had the good fortune of having a pre-production model of the Fujifilm GFX 50s to take with me to Norway in February of this year on my scouting trip with Discovery Photo Tours.

April is Autism Awareness Month, and photographer Kate Miller-Wilson has released a series of photos showing what life is like as a mother of a 10-year-old boy with autism.

Photographer Mithun M Das captured this creative and romantic photo of a kissing couple’s silhouette in a drop of water hanging off the end of a leaf. What’s not obvious from the photo, however, is how it was shot: Das made it from the comfort of his own home. In fact, he didn’t even leave his computer.

Photographer Andrius Burba is back again with another set of his trademark “Underlook” photos, which show what various animals look like when viewed from directly below. After tackling cats, rabbits, and horses, Burba’s latest series focuses on dogs.

Sony has just passed Nikon to become the #2 company in the United States for full-frame interchangeable lens camera sales.

I will begin by saying that my intention is not to attack Steve McCurry or defame him in any manner. It is only an attempt to clear certain facts that have come to light regarding his work and to also raise certain questions on aspects that may or may not have been missed, but certainly have not been expressed till now… at least not publicly.

In a moment of comedic brilliance on Twitter, 18-year-old self-taught digital painter Brittany Botelho stumbled across an awesome life hack: you can use an uncooked spaghetti noodle as a replacement Wacom stylus nib.

As the saying goes, “you get what you pay for.” But how does that rule flesh out with DSLRs? Why is a $6,000 camera 6 times (and $5,000) better than a $1,000 camera? Photographer and filmmaker Peter McKinnon wants to show you.

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