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Rising again: forgotten Japanese American photography – in pictures...
1 hour ago
Troves of works by these west coast pictorialists were lost during the second world war – but a new exhibition shows just how influential they were Continue reading.........
Holiday Gifts That Actually Fight Climate Change...
13 hours ago
If you’re stuck on what to buy as Christmas gifts this year, a Swiss start-up has a suggestion: some carbon dioxide. Climeworks AG owns the world’s largest direct-air carbon capture facility, in Iceland, where dozens of machines suck in air and filter out the CO2, so it can be stored permanently underground and prevented from…......
Northern lights photographer of the year – in pictures...
18 hours ago
The travel photography blog Capture the Atlas has published its annual northern lights photographer of the year collection with stunning images from 25 photographers. Coinciding with the northern lights season at the end of the year, it aims to share the beauty of this natural phenomenon Continue reading.........
Sony stops producing its new ZV-E10 camera due to chip shortages...
19 hours ago
Sony only just launched its ZV-E10 mirrorless vlogging camera in July, but as of December 3rd, it has suspended orders and ceased production due to the ongoing chip shortage, Sony Japan announced. The company added that a resumption of production and sales will depend upon "the status of parts supply," and that interested buyers should keep an eye on the camera's product page. The ZV-E10 was released as a more capable follow-up to the popular, compact ZV-1 vlogging camera, thanks to the option to change lenses. It's essentially a reworked A6100 model with a flip-out display, no electronic viewfinder (EVF), a high-quality built-in three-capsule microphone and a button that makes it easy to switch from video to still photography. Sony has also paused production of the A7 II, A6400 and A6100 cameras. The latter two are fairly recent models, but the A7 II originally launched in 2014 — so it's hard to see a particular pattern. Cameras aren't the only Sony products affected by semiconductor shortages. Sony also reportedly reduced PS5 production, something that might put its delivery target of 14.8 million consoles by March 2022 in jeopardy. Sony and TSMC recently announced that they'd team up on a chip factory in Japan for specialized chips used in cars, cameras and other gadgets. However, the plant won't come online until 2024 at the earliest, so it'll do nothing to help Sony or anyone else, anytime soon. ......
The Year in New Yorker Photography...
The New Yorker
21 hours ago
Looking back on 2021 through images.......
Wildlife Photographer of the Year shortlist captures tender moments amid nature's brutality...
1 day ago
Animal-lovers and photography aficionados alike can now vote for their favorite images in this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year People’s Choice Awards.......
The Photographers Trying to Save Our Planet...
3 days ago
"I started to find stories about not just what we’re doing to the planet, but answers, too," says Ami Vitale. "You can continue to talk about the horrors of the world, shock people, but what were we going to do about it?"......
Photo exhibition on the International Day of Persons with Disabilities...
3 days ago
An art exhibition has kicked off in Tashkent House of Photography as part of the Barriers communication campaign, which was initiated by “Zamin” International Public Fund and UNICEF.......
Gift Guide: 10 great cameras for when a smartphone lens just isn’t enough...
4 days ago
As we wade into the second pandemic-era holiday season, there's no better time to throw yourself headlong into a new hobby. Or that's what you should tell your loved ones when you gift them one of the cameras on our list of photography gift ideas this year.......