12 Days, 12 Quests, 12 Prizes, and over 82,000 submissions! We asked you to show us your Questmas spirit, and you definitely delivered. This year we were thrilled to receive almost double the number of submissions as last year. There were so many amazing photos submitted that picking the winners seemed almost impossible. But alas,
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Keep up with key trends in Licensing as 500px’s Art Director, Karen Biilmann, analyzes common threads and current themes throughout our Exclusive Contributor photography submissions. From light to dark blue, here’s what’s trending in the 500px Licensing Collection. With an increased awareness and focus on data-driven choices—AI and technology, adaptation, speed, scale, production and demand,
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According to a recent parenting survey, 30% of millennial parents have staged a photoshoot for social media. Family portraits have always had a special place in traditional photo albums, but these days, they’ve taken on a new significance. For the modern family, beautiful pictures aren’t reserved only for special occasions—they’re a part of everyday life.
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As expected, Nikon officially released Firmware Version 2.20 for the Nikon Z6 and Z7 full-frame mirrorless cameras tonight, adding (limited) CFExpress compatibility and preparing the cameras for the optional upgrade to shoot ProRes RAW video over HDMI, which will cost an additional $200 fee, plus shipping. The news just dropped minutes ago in a press
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[embedded content] What’s up, photography fans! It’s Martin from All about Street Photography channel and today I would like to talk about a series of photographs. Placing third in the 2019 Photo Contest of the World Press Photo Awards in the Long-Term Projects, Stories. Let’s check out the State of Decay by Alejandro Cegarra. Alejandro
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Instagram has launched a new anti-bullying feature that uses AI to recognize potentially offensive language and warn you that you’re about to post something that could get you in trouble. The feature uses a machine learning algorithm that Instagram developed and tested to “recognize different forms of bullying” and provide a warning if and when
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Sigma Japan has issued a statement apologizing for the “supply status” of the recently released 24-70mm f/2.8 DG DN Art lens for Sony E- and Leica L-Mount, explaining that pre-orders “exceed our expectations” and “production cannot keep up with demands.” Unfortunate as this news is, shipment delays should come as no surprise given the Sigma
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Five years ago, the tourism board in Wanaka, New Zealand, invited social media influencers to visit and photograph their town—an unconventional marketing move that resulted in a whopping 14 percent increase in tourism. Today’s most-coveted—and photogenic—travel destinations aren’t always the most famous or well-known; often, they’re the most unique or hidden. It just takes the
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Leica has just unveiled two new products for M-system photographers and collectors with deep pockets. The $13,000 Summilux-M 90mm f/1.5 ASPH lens promises to “set a new benchmark” for portrait photography, while the $15,000 limited edition Leica M10-P “Ghost Edition” camera takes a design cue from faded wristwatches to create a gray and silver version
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