Reframe Roundup: This Week's Best Photography Posts

Did you guys know there is a Gizmodo subdomain where you can go for all things photographic? Yep! It's called Reframe, and it's where you'll find additional coverage of gear, techniques, news, and all kinds of great stuff related to the crafts of photography and videography.

San Francisco's Sights Reflected Upside-Down In Perfectly Clear Puddles


San Francisco's got a beautiful skyline, but Angela May Chen prefers looking towards the pavement for a crystal clear view. The designer and photographer captured some of the city's iconic (and lovably hyper-local) sights reflected perfectly in puddles after good hard rains then flipped the pics, resulting in a series that is a delightfully funky mind-fuck.

How the Iconic Photos From the D-Day Invasion Were Almost Lost Forever

It's amazing that even during events as harrowing as the D-Day invasion, there are photographers willing to enter the fray and make a visual record of what went down. Time brings us the story of how photographs of that historic battle were almost completely lost in an error almost any of us can relate to.

Instagram Update Adds More Sophisticated Photo Editing Tools


An Instagram update that's hitting today will add new more sophisticated tools to let you adjust 10 tools via sliders, including brightness, contrast, saturation, warmth and other parameters. You'll also be able to adjust the strength of the preset filters you apply

10 of the Best Places to Photograph Around the World


PopPhoto has gathered their new list of the most eye-popping locations to get your photo on around the globe. It's a collection that will make you yearn for more than a few plane tickets. Here are ten of them to get your adventurous juices flowing.

Abandoned World War II Bunkers Provide a Haunting Look Into the Past


The artifacts of history's greatest wars are strewn everywhere around Europe, and fewer are more visible than the remains of concrete World War II bunkers. Jonathan Andrew has been photographing these sites since 2009.

This Fashion Photographer Uses Only One Beat-Up Hand-Me-Down Lens


It's easy to stress out about lenses. Which ones to buy, which ones to use when—ad nauseum. Fashion photographer Erik Madigan Heck avoids the problem completely by shooting exclusively with one single lens, and you'll probably never guess which one it is.

Samsung NX Mini Review: Small, Stylish, And a Little Bit Confused


Samsung's NX Mini is the latest camera to squeeze a large sensor into a super-small body. It's stylish and capable, but still suffers from an identity crisis.

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