This gentleman’s lens cap is not currently lost!
It’s no modern day miracle, he just had a little help from his trusty Lens Cap Strap Holder.
If you’re a fan of Adobe’s Lightroom editing software, today brought some exciting news for processing your photos on the go.
Adobe officially released the long-awaited Lightroom mobile app for iPad. Check out all the gritty details on The Verge below.
Lana, the friendliest person we know and Photojojo CS team lead, took these photos on a recent trip to India!
She knows her photography stuff and runs a team that’s just as friendly and camera savvy as her.
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Our customer support lead, Lana, just got back from India! She wore the Autographer Life Logging Cam on her trip and made this video from its photos.
The Autographer uses an algorithm to take photos at just the right moments. It practically made this video for her.
It’s hard to find someone these days who hasn’t taken at least one selfie. Apparently, the koalas at the Sydney Zoo in Australia wanted in on the fun as well!
Scattered across their habitat are Sony’s QX100 lens cameras, and it’s safe to say the Koalas have taken quite a liking to them.
via Digital Trends
The photography world lost one its most gifted contributors today with the death of veteran AP photojournalist Anja Niedringhaus in Afghanistan.
For the past few years, Anja was able to shed light on the realities of war in Afghanistan in a way that only a photojournalist of her caliber could pull off. See more of her incredible work below.
Besides cats, there’s nothing more commonly photographed than sunsets. In spite of that, Bing Wright manages to capture them in a truly unique way.
In “Broken Mirror/Evening Sky,” Wright photographs the reflections of magnificent sunsets on shattered mirrors.
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Most of us wouldn’t consider Los Angeles a spot for taking nature photos, but then again, most of us aren’t the legendary Bruce Davidson.
For the past 20 years, the veteran photojournalist has dedicated his work to capturing pockets of nature within the urban sprawl of L.A.