Every Sunday, we bring together a collection of easy reading articles from analytical to how-to to photo-features in no particular order that did not make our regular daily coverage. Enjoy! Photojournalist Saul Loeb Captured Some of the Most Indelible Images of the Capital Attack – Rolling Stone Saul Loeb, staff photographer for newswire service Agence
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NiSi, a Chinese manufacturer known mostly for making high-quality filters, has announced its first still-camera lens: the 15mm f/4. It features a 112-degree field of view and the promise of edge-to-edge sharpness for multiple mirrorless mounts. The NiSi 15mm f/4 lens is described as a super wide-angle full-frame manual-focus lens with 10 straight blades for
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Isaac Wright, a 25-year-old U.S. Army veteran, is accused of operating the Instagram account DrifterShoots and was arrested for multiple charges including burglary and trespassing associated with breaking into the buildings and landmarks where he captured his dramatic images. Wright was arrested in Arizona following a warrant that was issued for his arrest from Cincinnati,
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Yesterday, a mob of protesters turned violent at the U.S. Capitol Building, and footage shows multiple groups of rioters destroying press equipment as they were pushed away from the area by police. Associated Press journalists had been set up behind barricades along with a large amount of camera and lighting equipment but were overwhelmed. Footage
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Curious how Kodak manufactures its film? In this 8-minute video, Studio C-41 shows the process from making the original giant rolls of plastic that eventually becomes film, to the finished product found on store shelves around the world. Despite the demand for film falling significantly over the last couple of decades, Kodak continues to produce
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When Ansel Adams passed away in 1984, he famously left behind a treasure trove of 40,000 photographs. Inside a concrete and steel vault, curators discovered masterpieces, many of which had never been printed. Among Adam’s iconic black and white landscapes were color photos and portraits—a testament to a prolific career. In the end, he created
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