Snap’s first attempt at Spectacles were rather an, uh, spectacular failure. The company lost $40M after ending up with hundreds of thousands of unsold units. An FCC filing earlier this month showed that the company wasn’t giving up, however, with the comp
The image quality is stunning, but what operational issues did we find while using the Hasselblad X1D in New Zealand, Tokyo and New York? And how does the $6500 price tag compare to other offerings like the Fuji GFX-50s?
We previously wrote about the state of computational photography in September 2017. Included within that piece was a reference to the work by Kukas Murmann, Abe Davis, Jan Kautz and Frédo Durand who built a prototype flash mounted on a servo and connected
Not Such A Well Kept Secret Anyone who reads this site regularly knows how much I like my Fuji cameras. Right now, I own the XT-2, X-Pro 2, and 100F, and a good-size stable of zooms and prime lenses. It should be quite obvious that I am a mirrorless advoc
Filmmaker Steven Soderbergh said that after shooting the upcoming psychological thriller Unsane on an iPhone, he will likely shoot all future movies the same way – despite previously enthusing about high-end RED cameras. Soderbergh said that while some in
Photo history is a long litany of the lost and found. Reputations rise and fall; trends and tools come and go. A photographer might be the toast of the town for a time, then fall into oblivion a few short years later. William Mortensen, anyone? The opposite of Mortensen might be someone like Mike Disfarmer or Vivian Maier who bursts onto the scene from nowhere and is quickly integrated into the canon. Critical variance seems more the rule than the exception, and the pace of that variance has only increased of late as we plunge further into the end-times.
Designing and manufacturing camera gear ain’t easy as anyone who has invested in a Kickstarter project can attest. The amount of technology that’s stuffed into gear is astonishing, but that doesn’t mean each product meets the needs of the photographer. So
Last week, we shared with you our most popular photo and video rentals for 2017. While that list is extremely telling to market trends and what the average consumer looks for when it comes to gear and tech, but it doesn't necessarily mean it's our favorit
We’ve partnered with Feature Shoot to bring you The Photographer’s Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide. Inside, you’ll find gift recommendations from 27 professional photographers, including Pete Souza, Amy Lombard, Yannis Davy Guibinga, Henry Do, Jody MacDonald
Last year when the Google Pixel was announced, we compared it to its closest competitor, the iPhone 7. And then for fun, we compared those images against the Leica Q since they all share a equivalent field-of-view to a full frame 28mm lens. This year, Goo