Facebook to Be Hit by Antitrust Cases Over Purchase of Instagram: Report

Facebook may reportedly be hit with both state and federal antitrust lawsuits, with one of the main focuses being its 2012 acquisition of the photo-sharing app Instagram. The Washington Post reports that the lawsuits will likely accuse Facebook of removing competitors from the social media landscape, leaving consumers with fewer alternatives and helping to “create …

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What Is Abstract Photography? (Plus Three Ideas for Getting Started)

The post What Is Abstract Photography? (Plus Three Ideas for Getting Started) appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Charlie Moss. What is abstract photography? The exact definition can be tricky to pin down. It seems that everyone has an opinion, but those opinions can differ wildly depending on who you talk …

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Chroma Cameras Has Launched a Modular Medium Format Film Camera

Chroma Cameras, which was originally launched in 2018 by Steve Lloyd via a successful Kickstarter, has launched its latest product: a modular, customizable camera system for 120mm film called the 679 System. Following previous field camera designs, the Chroma Camera 679 system will allow you to build your own camera to fit your specific needs. …

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This Camera Made of Wood, Brass, and Bone May Be the Oldest Up For Sale

This early experimental “mousetrap” camera constructed out of wood, brass, glass, and bone may be the oldest ever to be sold once it clears auction. Purportedly from around 1840, it is expected to sell for between $65,000 and $91,000. Described on its Flints Auction listing as unsigned and constructed of solid heavy-gauge mahogany, the camera …

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Voigtlander Unveils Super Nokton 28mm f/0.8: The Fastest Working Lens

Cosina-Voigtlander has announced what it is touting as the brightest lens for interchangeable lens photography on the market: the Super Nokton 29mm f/0.8 Aspherical designed specifically for micro four-thirds. The lens’ 29mm focal length is equivalent to a 58mm lens in the 35mm format, and the company promises it offers incredible out of focus areas …

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This Re-Imagined Camera Battery Challenges Conventional Design

Every camera comes with one, but very few have ever tried to make them more usable in more situations: the camera battery. The X-tra battery promises better performance with more options in a necessary camera accessory that is often overlooked. X-tra admits that the battery isn’t exciting, but knows no photographer can deny how important …

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Feast Your Eyes on The Jaw-Dropping Winners of International Landscape Photographer of the Year 2020

The seventh annual International Landscape Photographer of the Year competition has recently concluded and some of the applications are truly incredible in quality – These images are the kind that can move you to tears. Based in Sydney, Australia, this year was the competition’s seventh annual, and the over 3800 entrants were competing for a …

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Picfair Becomes Fastest Growing Photography Platform & Launches New Educational Content Hub

Are you on Picfair yet? You should be. It has become the fastest growing photography platform in the world, growing from 100,000 to 400,000 photographers in the past year alone. Many are making the switch to Picfair for its industry-low 20% commission, which was even reduced to 0% during the early months of the coronavirus …

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