In 2020, the photography industry was plagued with widespread job cancellations due to COVID-19, plus trips and workshops postponed courtesy of travel bans. But despite all of the challenges and unknowns, you adapted. We recently asked more than a thousa
Today, we’re thrilled to share The Photographer’s Outlook on 2021. Download your free guide now to see how photographers remained imaginative and adaptable despite an arduous year, including firsthand accounts of what worked and what didn’t, advice on where to focus your efforts and more.
When I drive through the streets of Los Angeles, I am overwhelmed by the homeless encampments that are literally everywhere–in door ways, under freeway over passes, in every park in the city–clusters of tents are now a ubiquitous part of the landscape. Co
Today we present the work of Tito Mouraz, a Portuguese photographer from the interior north of the country. He too, enjoys to photographically approach the themes of landscape, memory, myth and nature. The first major work in Tito Mouraz’s career was Ope
Today, Leica has announced the Leica SL2-S professional mirrorless camera. This new member of the SL family doesn't replace the existing SL2. Rather, the SL2-S complements it, offering enhanced video capabilities, superior low light performance, and faste
The previously rumored Leica SL2-S mirrorless camera with a 24MP sensor is now officially announced. Detailed information and sample photo can be found here at Reddotforum. For pricing and availability, check our sponsors: Americas Europe Asia Adorama B&H
Over the course of this article we’ll build a simple camera from first principles. Our first steps will be very modest – we’ll simply try to take any picture. To do that we need to have a sensor capable of detecting and measuring light that shines onto it.
How visual content is seeking to capture trust via a new industry standard
According to a recent study, over 63% of Americans say they often come across fake images online. Whether those images are truly faked or perceived as such, the damage is done. We are rapidly losing trust in what we see, our evolutionary number source of information. If this trend continues, photography and video will soon be seen as purely artistic mediums, alongside painting or sketching. Adobe, with its year-old initiative, the Content Authenticity Initiative, plans to combat this trend and recently displayed how.