There are fancy cameras, and then there are flagship professional DSLRs—big super powerful overkill machines designed for ultra-fast performance. Nikon teased its latest monster, the D5, in the fall. Now, it’s been formally introduced.
It’s the most beautiful time of the year: Fall. And luckily for us, all of you pulled out your cameras to give us a look at the beautiful leaves ranging from Calgary to Croatia.
The wheel. It’s the greatest invention ever made. Especially when four of ‘em are popped on a Porsche. Here are your tributes to 360 degrees of roundness.
Two parallel lines slowly intersect, then seem to vanish into the distance. No wonder it’s called a vanishing point. And for this week’s Shooting Challenge, we want you to photograph it.
Instagram filters really do make bad photos look better, but there’s more to the world of photography than Hudson and Lark. Here are four novel, filtered photos you submitted for this week’s Shooting Challenge. The results? Surprisingly tasteful.
Shadows are dark. Light is bright. It’s the way of the world. But solarizing images allows you to reverse this idea. And for this week’s Shooting Challenge, you showed us another world where the normal rules of light don’t apply.
Using solarization, you can create a world of opposites, where darks are light, and lights are dark. For this week’s Shooting Challenge, give us a peek into that other world.
They’re all around us, giving directions and telling us what to do. They’re our street signs. And for this week’s Shooting Challenge, photograph them.
We’re in the thick of summer now, which means one thing. The creepy crawly bugs are out. But don’t be afraid. For this week’s Shooting Challenge, grab your camera and take some photos.
Water balloons. Squirt guns. The overzealous gardner with a hose. The best part of summer is the water weaponry. For this week’s Shooting Challenge, capture some element of a water fight.
Nice work, my canine friends. You got all of your human pets to photograph you, then email us the photos. Here are the entries from this week’s Shooting Challenge, dogs.
We’re in the dog days of summer, and what a perfect time to pay tribute to man’s best friend. That’s right, for this week’s Shooting Challenge, we want you to photograph your dog.
Shadows are the darkest sides of ourselves aired for the world to see. They’re also a really fun way to make puppets! Here are your entries from this week’s Shadow Shooting Challenge.
The days are long, and the shadows are longer. For this week’s Shooting Challenge, be a kid again and photograph your (or someone’s) shadow.
Blood. It’s not something you want to see more than you have to, but at the same time, it’s a miraculous substance, fueling both mankind’s daily exploits, and a full genre of YA fiction. For this week’s Shooting Challenge, we asked you to photograph it.
Photographic negatives. They look like strange poltergeists, or an oddworld version of our earth. But as you proved for this week’s Shooting Challenge, they’re not just strange; negatives can also be beautiful.
Canon’s new high res DSLR, the 5DS, shoots giant 50 megapixel images. That’s a crapload of resolution you probably don’t need. But it’s fun to look at anyways! We had the privilege of toying around with a pre-production beta sample of the camera. Here are the results.
It’s one of the coolest, simple effects in photography. A car zooms by in the night. You capture it looking like Tron. For this week’s Shooting Challenge, capture long, luxurious exposure of cars at night.
Money. It’s not all that matters, but not much else matters without it. For this week’s Shooting Challenge, we had you photograph money. Specifically, coins. And the results were fantastic.