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Datacolor announces two new SpyderX Tool Kits for an all-in-one color correction workflow
Datacolor has launched two new kits that bundle together some of its most popular color correction tools to simplify the color workflow of photographers from capture to print. SpyderX Capture Pro tool suite .
48 mins ago | DP Review site

Shooting with PolarPro's six-pack ND filter set for the DJI Osmo Pocket
PolarPro filter 6-pack for the DJI Osmo Pocket$80 | Grand Turk and Caicos, taken early in the morning using an ND16 filter. .
3 hrs ago | DP Review site

Dallas photojournalist recounts capturing photo of gunman during yesterday's shooting
Yesterday morning, a gunman dressed in tactical gear opened fire at the Earle Cabell Federal Building in Dallas, Texas with a semi-automatic rifle. While at the courthouse for a separate assignment, Dallas Morning News photojournalist Tom Fox was caught in the middle of the chaos and managed to capture a stunning image, embedded below, of the gunman as he appeared to be reloading his weapon outside of the building he fired into.
3 hrs ago | DP Review site

WANDRD'S new DUO Daypack raised $250K in Kickstarter funding in just 24 hours
Bag company WANDRD has launched its new DUO Daypack on Kickstarter, where it has already greatly exceeded its funding goal. The backpack is designed for 'dawn-to-dusk' use, according to the company, with features for photographers in addition to travellers, commuters, and everyone else.
19 hrs ago | DP Review site

Video: Canon explains how its new RF lens mount is better than smaller, older mounts
Canon Imaging Plaza, an official Canon YouTube channel dedicated to showing off the latest Canon technologies and cameras, has shared a video highlighting the benefits of its new full-frame RF lens mount and the advantages it has over older lens mounts, such as its own EF mount. .
22 hrs ago | DP Review site

Here's how you can change the default camera app in iOS 13 with a clever workaround
One of the smaller updates inside the recently-announced iOS 13 is the addition of Automation, a feature within Apple's Shortcut app that allows you to automate various functions on your iOS device through the use of pre-defined triggers. .
22 hrs ago | DP Review site

Instagram simplifies account recovery process to take back hijacked usernames
It's fair to say account security at Instagram has been shaky in recent months, with large numbers of passwords exposed and reports on a rising number of intrusion attempts. .
1 day ago | DP Review site

Headed outdoors? Find out which rugged, waterproof camera is best for you
Whether you're headed to the beach or the ski slopes, a rugged, waterproof camera lets you focus on your adventure instead of worrying if the camera will survive. Find out which model is the best-in-class in our waterproof camera buying guide.
1 day ago | DP Review site

Edelkrone now offers a 3D-printed DIY solution for its FlexTILT tripod head
Meet FlexTILT Head 3D, a version of Edelkrone's popular tripod head that can be 3D-printed and pieced together as a DIY project for a fraction of the cost of Edelkrone's FlexTILT Head 2. .
2 days ago | DP Review site

Nikon D3500 vs. Canon T7: Which is better?
Nikon D3500 vs. Canon T7: Which one should you buy? . You don't need to know much about photography to know that Canon and Nikon are two of the major brands in the business of selling photographic equipment.
2 days ago | DP Review site

Texas court says state institutions can use copyrighted material for free
A Texas appeals court has ruled that the University of Houston does not have to pay the photographer of a picture it has been using in online and print promotional materials. Houston photographer Jim Olive says the university removed copyright markings from an image downloaded from his stock library, failed to credit him when it was used and wouldn't pay when he sent a bill, but the university claims it has sovereign immunity and that it can't be sued.
3 days ago | DP Review site

DPReview TV: Photo lingo 101 - a guide to common photographic terms
It's back to basics in this week's episode as Chris and Jordan break down some common photographic terms that might not be familiar to newer photographers. Learn all about IBIS, BSI and CIPA, as well as a, shall we say, 'creative' origin story for the word 'bokeh.
3 days ago | DP Review site

It is now illegal to drink and drone in Japan
Japan's parliament passed a law this week outlawing the operation of a drone while under the influence of alcohol. If authorities catch anyone flying an unmanned aerial vehicle while intoxicated, offenders will face up to a year in prison and a fine of 300,000 yen (roughly $2,763.
4 days ago | DP Review site

Adobe Research and UC Berkeley create AI that can find and undo portrait manipulations
Researchers with Adobe Research and UC Berkeley are working together on the development of a method for identifying photo edits made using Photoshop's Face Aware Liquify tool. The work is sponsored by DARPA's MediFor program, which funds researchers who are working to 'level the digital imagery playing field' by developing tech that assesses the 'integrity' of an image.
4 days ago | DP Review site

Sony investor calls for complete spin-off of sensor division
Sony's semiconductor division (which makes its image sensors) has for years been one of the most successful business units within the Japanese company, generating 16 percent of Sony's total operating profit in the fiscal year ended in March. It was spun off as a separate company in 2015 but remained a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sony that's under its full control and direction.
4 days ago | DP Review site

National Geographic announces winners of its 2019 Travel Photographer of the Year contest
2019 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year winners . Cities 1st place - and Grand Prize winner Photo and Caption by Weimin Chu / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest | GREENLANDIC WINTER . National Geographic has revealed the Grand Prize winner of this year's Travel Photographer of the Year contest.
4 days ago | DP Review site

Researchers develop new anti-face-distortion method for wide-angle lenses
Ultra-wide-angle lenses are becoming increasingly popular on smartphones in both rear and front cameras. Especially the latter are frequently used for portraiture in the shape of selfie images of both single subjects and groups.
4 days ago | DP Review site

Hong Kong photojournalists attend press conference in riot gear following protests
Yesterday, the Hong Kong Police Force (HKPF) witnessed an unusual sight as they held a press conference following a series of city-wide protests regarding a controversial extradition bill. Photographers and journalists who attended the meeting were clad in various riot and protest gear, including high-visibility vests, helmets, gas masks and more following a request from the Hong Kong Journalist Association as a means of meta-protesting the HKPF's treatment of citizens and journalists throughout the month-long protests taking place in the city.
5 days ago | DP Review site

Samsung project uses Galaxy S10+ to capture 943km panorama of Portugal's coast
Samsung Portugal has detailed a unique project that involved its Galaxy S10+ smartphone, a boat trip and the creation of a panorama featuring 943 kilometers (585 miles) captured from the cities Moledo to Monte Gordo. The panorama, which is available to view on Samsung's website, was created from images of the coastline captured from the water over an eight-day trip.
5 days ago | DP Review site

European Union issues common rules on drones for more standardized regulation
The European Aviation Safety Agency's (EASA) logo as shown on its social media pages. . On June 11th, common rules on European drones, Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2019/945 and Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2019/947, were published to ensure the safety and security of unmanned aircraft operations across countries in the European Union (EU) going forward.
5 days ago | DP Review site