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Snapchat Sorry for Juneteenth Filter That Had Users ‘Smile’ to Break Chains

Snapchat has apologized after releasing and then pulling a Juneteenth camera filter that prompted users to “smile” to break the chains of slavery. The new...

This AI Turns Pixel Faces Into ‘Photos’

Face Depixelizer is an amazing new AI-powered app that can take an ultra-low-res pixelated photo of a face and turn it into a realistic...

WANDRD Unveils Extremely Versatile New Adventure Bag for Photographers

The folks over at WANDRD—the bag maker who burst onto the scene a five years ago with the PRVKE—are back with another blockbuster campaign...

Couple Fires Wedding Photographer, Demands Refund Over Black Lives Matter Post

An Ohio wedding photographer found herself in an awkward situation earlier this month when a couple she had been hired to work with demanded...

Confirmed: Olympus Officially Pulls Out of PhotoPlus 2020

The PhotoPlus Expo in New York City won’t take place until late October, but companies are already deciding whether or not to commit to...

Photographer Sues Police for Blinding Her Left Eye, Uses Last Photo as Proof

Last month, while covering protests in Minneapolis sparked by the killing of George Floyd, photojournalist Linda Tirado was blinded by a foam bullet fired...

Photographer and Model Sue Volvo for ‘Willful and Wanton’ Copyright Infringement

Automotive photographer Jack Schroeder and model Britni Sumida have filed a major lawsuit against car maker Volvo, accusing the automotive giant of doing significant...

Light Ends Its Multi-Camera Dreams of Revolutionizing Photography

Back in 2015, a stealthy startup company called Light made a splash in the photo industry by announcing a point-and-shoot camera called the L16...