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This Instagram Copyright Infringement Notice is a Phishing Scam

If you ever receive a direct message on Instagram informing you that copyright infringement has been detected in your photos, beware: it may actually...

This Month in Photography: June 2020

This month photography, like everything else, has been dominated by the novel coronavirus and protests. Here are some of the stories and photos that...

Photos of 2,292 Plants Attending a Live Concert in Barcelona

When the Gran Teatre del Liceu opera house in Barcelona reopened on June 22nd after the months of coronavirus lockdowns, its first concert was...

World Press Photo Enters ‘New Phase’ as Managing Director Leaves

On June 11th, the World Press Photo Foundation made an important announcement. Lars Boering—Managing Director of the foundation for the past 5 years—is leaving...

Sandmarc’s New Prolight LED Lights are Versatile, Small, and Affordable

The folks over at Sandmarc—a company that specializes in accessories for iPhones, drones, and action cams—have just released two new LED panels called the...

Court Reopens Photographer’s Lawsuit Against Mashable Over Instagram Embedding

The US District Court for the Southern District of New York has re-opened the controversial copyright infringement lawsuit filed by photographer Stephanie Sinclair against...

Instagram Will Soon Let ‘Creators’ Sell Products Through the App

Instagram is officially expanding its Commerce Eligibility Requirements, opening up the Instagram Shopping experience to smaller businesses, including “creators.” Photographers with a large enough...

Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta, World’s Most Photographed Event, Cancelled for 2020

The beloved Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, once proclaimed the “world’s most photographed event” and a major advertising opportunity for Canon every year, has been...