Photography

Fujifilm X-T10 photos

Dan Seifert May 18, 2015 01:00 am05.18.2015

Pictures of the new X-T10 camera from Fujifilm

Cubes of fruits, vegetables, and meats will make you see food in a new light

Dante D'Orazio May 16, 2015 08:22 pm05.16.2015 17

The foods we eat come in all shapes and sizes, but something beautiful happens if you cut it all down to size — literally. Design studio Lernert & Sander did just that to make the remarkable...

They're all the same, but different

Fujifilm's X-T10 is a smaller, cheaper version of its flagship X-T1 camera

Dan Seifert May 18, 2015 01:00 am05.18.2015 30

Fujifilm's X-series line of cameras have hewn to a specific tenet: great image quality married to a retro aesthetic that encourages a more manual approach to photography. Last year's X-T1 hits the peak of...

Flagship performance on a budget

Wolfram has created a website that will identify any image you throw at it

Josh Lowensohn May 13, 2015 08:50 pm05.13.2015 24

One of the most amazing things you can do with Wolfram Alpha is ask it what planes are overhead. If you're on your phone, it will pull your location, then cross reference that with a database of flights,...

Try it on your sock collection!

Casio commemorates first consumer LCD digital camera with limited edition model

Chris Welch May 13, 2015 12:25 pm05.13.2015 4

Twenty years ago, Casio's QV-10 was the world's first consumer digital camera to include a liquid crystal display. This gave consumers a way to preview their shots on the go. The 1.8-inch color LCD would...

Only 2,000 will be made

If sloths could take selfies, they’d look like this

Josh Lowensohn May 8, 2015 02:08 pm05.08.2015 4

Humans taking selfies is a well-known epidemic, recently spurring the organizers of both the recent Met Gala and upcoming Cannes film festival to attempt to thwart celebrities from snapping them on the red...

Sloths cannot duck face

These plates serve up picture-perfect foodporn every time

James Vincent May 8, 2015 07:45 am05.08.2015 46

Just repeat after me: There's nothing wrong with taking pictures of your food. There's nothing wrong with taking pictures of your food. There's nothing wrong wi— what the hell, did a restaurant literally m...

plate up and start snapping

Fujifilm's X-T10 is a smaller, cheaper version of its flagship X-T1 camera

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Getty will pay Instagram shooters $30,000 to document 'underrepresented communities'

Josh Lowensohn May 7, 2015 08:02 pm05.07.2015 3

Documenting unseen parts of the world is one of the beauties and deep challenges of photography, and now Getty Images wants to put that task in the hands of Instagram users. Today, the two companies...

Selfies are unlikely to be acceped

This handheld device turns the iPhone into a life-saving video microscope

Vlad Savov May 6, 2015 02:15 pm05.06.2015

Tropical medicine could get a big boost in the near future from the development of a new handheld device that allows for the rapid detection of blood-borne parasites. Using an iPhone's camera plugged into...

There's now an app, and a 3D-printed microscope, for saving lives

Not every Galaxy S6 has the same camera, but Samsung says that's okay

Vlad Savov May 6, 2015 08:45 am05.06.2015 68

The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge have reclaimed the title of best Android smartphone for Samsung, and a big part of their appeal stems from the excellent 16-megapixel camera that they share. It turns out,...

Sony or Samsung, who made your Galaxy S6 camera?

Annie Leibovitz photographed Star Wars characters for latest issue of Vanity Fair

Dante D'Orazio May 3, 2015 04:27 pm05.03.2015 30

Everyone pretty much freaked out when they saw Han Solo and Chewie at the end of the trailer for The Force Awakens, and now we're getting a second glimpse of Harrison Ford reprising his iconic role. A...

Exclusive shots from a legendary photographer

Leica has a new $7,450 camera that only shoots in black and white

Josh Lowensohn April 30, 2015 09:05 pm04.30.2015 87

The most interesting thing about Leica's M Monochrom camera thus far hasn't been what you can do with it, but what you can't. When Leica introduced it three years ago, some people turned their heads...

An opinionated purchase
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