Fujifilm X-A2: An Updated Entry-Level Mirrorless For Selfie Lovers

Fujifilm has updated its affordable, entry-level mirrorless camera, the X-A2. The interchangeable lens camera now features an LCD screen that pivots 175 degrees — so, yes, it will be useful for selfies. But there’s more too.

Sift Through Hundreds Of Images By Legendary Photographer Robert Frank

Robert Frank forever changed the course of photography when his book The Americans was published in 1958, chronicling the broad landscape of life in the USA. To say that Frank has reached legend status is an understatement. Now, with a new online collection put together by the National Gallery of Art, hundreds of Frank’s photos, workprints and contact sheets are available for anyone to view for some serious photo education.

What High-Speed Cameras Can Tell Us About The Smell Of Rain 

That lovely, earthy smell after the rain has a name: petrichor. Exactly what causes petrichor, however, is unknown. Armed with high-speed cameras, MIT scientists have found that the interface where raindrop hits earth is a little more complicated than you might expect.

What The F**k Is Travel Photography?

Do you like to go places? Anywhere’s fine. And take pictures? You just might be a Travel Photographer! At the very least, you can call yourself one and put your photos on the internet. That would be cool. But beyond that, why the hell does this deserve its own designation?

Giz Explains: Why Frame Rate Matters

We all know the motion picture is a lie. That movement on screen? It’s just a bunch of still images. Still images that seem more like believable, realistic, lifelike motion the faster they flicker along. Faster is better, and that 48 frame-per-second version of The Hobbit was just the beginning.

This Simple Video Makes The Best Case For Printing Your Family Photos 

While the family album used to be a staple of any household, we live in a time when most people’s photos remain in their digital form, forever and for always. Even the word printing conjures a fading era of physicality. Then you watch a video like this and are instantly reminded of the very human act of looking at ink on a page.

New York Has Never Been Photographed Like In These New Stunning Images

It’s always exciting to receive a message from a master likeVincent Laforet telling you about his new photos. This time he has outdone himself (once again!) so I had to share it right away. Never in my life I’ve seen New York from this perspective and with this stunning quality — so perfect it feels unreal.

Here's What You'll Need For Your Very First Timelapse

Perhaps you were lucky enough to bag a shiny new DSLR for Christmas last year (and a nice lens or two) and after taking a few snaps of random objects, you’re ready to take on something a little more challenging. A timelapse is a good place to start on the journey to more sophisticated photography and if you’re wondering what you’ll need, this video should help.

Ugh, Look At All These Chumps Using Cameras Even Bigger Than iPads

In a recent study, we learned that roughly a quarter of Americans take photos with their tablets. Ugh. Don’t these people know that they look ridiculous? I mean, these people are totally ruining modern society by taking photos with something so enormous!

This Six Kilometre-Long Pier Leaves Devastatingly Beautiful Patterns In Its Wake

Image Cache: This pier extends out from Progreso into the Gulf of Mexico a staggering 6.4km. But just as astonishing as the structure itself is the beautiful wake it creates as the waters in the sea pass by.