Featured by Tim Barribeau
Amateur Astrophotographer Captures Five Gigapixel View Of The Sky
A first time astrophotographer quits his job to travel the world looking for clear skies to make the largest ever true-color star panorama.
Leica Akademie Comes To America
The legendary camera-makers are bringing their renowned series of photography classes stateside for the first time.
The Best ISOs For Shooting Video Come In Multiples Of 160
With the rise in the use SLRs to record video as well as the capabilities of simulated ISOs, the question has to be asked if ISOs really do link perfectly with noise levels?
Movie About The Death Of Kodachrome Reverts Hands To Fox
A planned movie about the final days of Kodachrome film has changed studios from DreamWorks to Fox.
Fake Photo Of Dead Bin Laden Making The Rounds
The image of the fallen Bin Laden that's circulating today is actually a fairly obvious Photoshop job. (Warning, graphic images after the fold).
Flipbac Releases Custom Grips for Compact Cameras
A $10 fix for flat-fronted cameras that can be tough to hold onto.
Facebook Group Helps Alabama Tornado Victims Find Precious Photos
A Facebook group set up in the wake of the Alabama tornadoes gives people a place to post found photos, documents and objects sent flying in the storms.
Early, Silent Documentary Inside the First Leica Factory
A documentary by Oskar Barnack shows the work going on in the very first Leica factory.
EPA Calls For Your Best Environmental Photographs
The Environmental Protection Agency has made a global call to photographers to submit images of the environment around them.
Photosmith Lets Your iPad Play Nicely With Adobe Lightroom
A new iPad app lets you organize photos on your iPad before sending them over to Lightroom — lightening your gearbag considerably.