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How Getty covers championship basketball with a small army of cameras—and robots
We caught up with veteran Getty sports photographer, Jamie Squire, to chat about what it takes to shoot an NCAA national championship basketball game.
Preprocess Raw files with machine learning for cleaner-looking photos
We tested out DxO PureRAW 2's DeepPRIME technology to see if it could improve noise and detail in our shots. Spoiler: it did.
DIYer 3D-prints a working 35mm movie camera
Photographer and engineer Yuta Ikeya designed, printed, and built this awesome homemade 35mm video camera from start to finish.
Photographing Formula Drift with an instant camera
Who needs a multi-thousand dollar camera rig when you've got a $70, powder blue Fujifilm Instax camera?
How to fly with film
Airport X-rays can fog and/or ruin your film—here's how to stop that from happening.
How to travel with a film camera
Thinking about bringing your film camera on an upcoming trip? Here's what to consider and how to prepare for traveling with film in 2022.
Best cameras for wedding photography in 2022
It takes more than great image quality to make a perfect wedding camera.
Outsmart your iPhone camera’s overzealous AI
Apps like Halide and Camera+ make it easy to bypass your smartphone's computational wizardry for more natural-looking photos.
Landscape photographer Michael Kenna on viewing old work with fresh eyes, and the joys of the analog process
We chatted with monochromatic landscape legend, Michael Kenna, about his most recent photobook, 'Northern England 1983-1986.'
Best camera for wildlife photography in 2022
Wildlife photography can be an exciting and rewarding genre. It's not without its challenges, but having the right gear can help you grab those winning images.