Taking yet another step away from a community-driven platform, Flickr has once again implemented changes that are less than ideal for the typical photographer. We discuss what those changes are, the fundamental flaws and the fact that Flickr clearly doesn’t care about us anymore. We’ll also take a brief moment to discuss the big picture of social media from a Photographer’s perspective.
In this candid editorial, we explore the state of the photography industry for amateurs and professionals. Where are we headed? What are the trends? We’ll cover it all.
In our quest for a personal photographic style, are we headed down a fruitless path? Perhaps our hunt is counterproductive as our style is ingrained in us already.
Sony just announce the QX series “Lens Style” cameras that clip onto, and are controlled by, your phone. Is it an attempt to shake up the market? Or is the new form factor brilliance misunderstood? Here’s our take on the new QX line.
We discuss the release of the D800 and the D600, both from Nikon, and explore where each truly fits into the market. Was it a smart move from Nikon? Or was it just over-saturation in the market? Read on to hear our editorial thoughts.
Sigma Global Vision is the brand’s new initiative and restructuring of its lens lineup. But is it just a marketing ploy? We think not. After digging deep into the press releases and the product descriptions, we think the initiative will blow your mind.
NextGEN Gallery – the leading gallery plugin for Wordpress – was recently acquired by Photocrati – a leading Wordpress template for Photographers. Read on to hear why this affects you and why we think this is great news.
We went to PDN’s Photo Plus Expo in New York. We learned a lot, saw a lot and discovered a lot of great new products. In this report, I’ll share some of the most interesting products we uncovered.
Photography is an art that is based on vision and intent. It is about attitude, regardless of your equipment. We can blame the layman, but we are equally to blame. Find out why, read on.
Pulitzer Prize winning photographers have often become famous both inside and outside the field of photography. But with a don’t-get-involved mantra, the photojournalism field has a lions share of mental considerations. Do you think you can handle it?