Featured by Tim Barribeau
Nikon Cancels Coolpix S4100 In Wake Of Disaster In Japan (UPDATED: Cancellation is Japan-Only)
In the wake of the tsunami and earthquake in Japan, Nikon has announced that it is canceling further production of the Coolpix S4100
Phase One’s Media Pro 1 Offers Heavy Duty Image Management
New pro-grade library management software works with Phase One's monster digital backs and regular digital cameras, too.
DIY Photography Release Super-Affordable Lighting Mod Kits
The folks at DIY Photography have announced a new line of gear, aimed at helping the budget-minded photographer get more out of their strobes.
Gigwalk App Promises Cash For Your iPhone Photos
The new iPhone app Gigwalk has everyone talking because they're promising to pay you for running around town, snapping shots of streets.
Impossible Brings Color Back To Polaroid With PX 680 Film
Built from the ashes of analog instant photography, the Impossible Project has released a new dreamy color film, compatible with Polaroid 600 series cameras.
Google Business Photos Program Brings the Street View Camera to Interiors
Local businesses can now request that Google send a photographer to create a virtual tour of their establishment.
This Laser Guided Macro Setup Is Perfectly Designed For Capturing Insects In Flight
A Flickr user has crafted an incredibly accurate and fast custom macro rig for a single purpose: grabbing stunning images of insects in flight.
The New York Times Talks Wartime Photography, Freelancing, and Ethics With Wounded Journos
New York Times executive editor Bill Keller met with photojournalists Joao Silva and Greg Marinovich at a hospital in New York, and discussed the dangers and changing nature of the business.
Project Neon Documents New York’s Best Fluorescent Signs
Kirsten Hively has made it her mission to find the best neon signs around New York City, and record them with photography and prose.
Joby’s New iPhone App Makes Stop Motion Easy
The folks behind the Gorillapod have put out a new iPhone app called Frame X Frame, for all your stop motion needs.