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Thousands of Rare and Unseen Celebrity Shoot Contact Sheets Now Online

Have you ever wondered what alternates of iconic photos looked like? Iconic Licensing has acquired thousands of previously unseen contact sheets from some of the most celebrated photographers of modern times, including Terry O’Neill, Norman Parkinson, and Ted Williams. Many of the images featured on Iconic Licensing will be immediately recognizable, but the organization recently …

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CP+, Japan’s Largest Photo Trade Show, Will Be Online-Only in 2021

The organizers of CP+, Camera and Photo Imaging Show, have announced that the largest and most prominent trade show for photography in Japan will be going online-only in 2021. The tradeshow was set to take place February 24 through February 28 next year on-site at the Pacifico Yokohama National Convention Hall as well as online, …

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DxO PhotoLab 4.1: Now Optimized for Apple’s M1 Chip via Free Update

DxO has announced the availability of PhotoLab 4.1, a free update to those who already own DxO PhotoLab 4. The update brings support for Apple M1 computers, an improved HSL tool, and adds five additional camera profiles. Originally announced in October, DxO PhotoLab 4.1 promises three to five times faster performance compared to the most …

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Leak Shows Samsung is Considering a 600MP Smartphone Sensor

Samsung appears to be unsatisfied with stopping with its already-announced 108-megapixel smartphone sensor, as a leaked slide from the company’s presentation on its ISOCELL sensor technology shows it is at least entertaining the idea of a whopping 600-megapixel version. While companies like Apple are focusing efforts on low light performance, Samsung seems keen on continuing …

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Sony Updates its SDK for Stronger E-Commerce Focus, Provides Multi-Camera and MacOS Support

Announced today, Sony has released an update to the Sony Software Development Kit (SDK) that allows for custom imaging solutions with the company’s cameras. The update is designed to allow for automated photography for businesses and researchers to automate and standardize image capture. Sony says that the update to the SDK is particularly helpful to …

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Photographers Send Sony a7S III to Shoot the Aurora Borealis from Space

Three photographers recently sent a professional full-frame camera, the Sony a7S III, to near space on a weather balloon and managed to capture groundbreaking “close-up” shots of the Aurora Borealis (the “northern lights”). Amateur photographers have used weather balloons in recent years to send cameras to near space for awe-inspiring photos of our planet, but …

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Adobe Releases Lightroom for Apple M1 and Windows Arm, Adds Apple ProRAW Support

Adobe has announced that the latest version of Adobe Lightroom is now a native app for both Apple computers with the new M1 chip as well as Windows Arm platforms. The company says the app has been “rebuilt to take advantage of the newest performance and power efficiency benefits.” The rebuilt application will be able …

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