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The photographer behind Pulp Fiction’s iconic poster lost his rights to the photo
Photographer Firooz Zahedi, who shot the iconic 1994 movie poster, waited too long to file his copyright infringement lawsuit.
New Twitter policy says don’t share photos/videos without a subject’s permission
Camera sales are down, but the industry has survived similar slumps
Camera shipments have fallen from 120 million units in 2010 to just 9 million units in 2020. But the drop mostly reflects the death of compacts.
How to hide a secret message in your images
The Kansas City Royals recently hid a secret message in a darkened image teasing their new uniforms. Here's how to do the same.
Wedding photographer shares 3 signs a marriage is likely doomed to fail
In a viral TikTok video, wedding photographer Shayla Herrington breaks down early warnings of a marriage likely headed south.
Lensrentals launches a new try-before-you-buy program for used gear
The new "Keeper" program gives folks a place to shop for lightly used photo/video gear that's been refurbished, tested and rated by the Lensrentals team.
A viral photo of Kim Kardashian with a golden coffin helped solve an antiquities mystery
Kim Kardashian posed next to the glistening coffin at the 2018 Met Gala. The image went viral and then things got really interesting.
First look: Panasonic Lumix S 35mm f/1.8 lens for L-mount mirrorless
The new Panasonic S 35mm f/1.8 is built with videographers in mind.
Cameras should offer built-in theft protections—sign this petition if you agree
Cameras and lenses don't offer features to deter thieves, like pass codes, or GPS trackers. But one photographer is trying to change that.
Pepsi x Polaroid – the camera collaboration we never saw coming/knew we needed
This sweet "new" camera is built from refurbished Polaroid parts, placed in a brand-new Pepsi-blue plastic housing.