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The Power of the Camera in Recording and Shaping Social Movements

PBS NewsHour aired this 7-minute Race Matters segment on the camera’s role over the past decades in not only documenting social movements but also...

PSA: This Old Photography Scam is Making the Rounds Yet Again

A well-known photography scam is making the rounds again, attempting to prey on desperate photographers who have been out of work during the COVID-19...

B&H Removes Employee Over Anti-BLM Posts

Yesterday, an employee in retailer B&H Photo‘s Human Resources department posted some controversial anti-Black Lives Matter content to his public social media accounts. Today,...

Panasonic Releases Free Software that Lets You Use Your Camera as a Webcam

First came Canon, then Fuji, and now Panasonic has released (or in this case, updated) a piece of free software that lets you use...

Georgia Court Revives Lawsuit by Real Estate Photographer Who Was Shot by Homeowner

In 2018, we shared the story of real estate photographer Whitney Morris, who was shot by a surprised homeowner while taking pictures of her...

Instagram Says You Need Permission to Embed Someone’s Public Photos

Instagram just released a bombshell statement about copyright infringement. In response to recent developments in a lawsuit between a pro photographer and Newsweek, the...

BluewaterU Offers Live Virtual Classes for Underwater Photography

When you think online photography education, underwater photography probably isn’t the first niche that pops into your mind. But that’s what the newly launched...

Dreamstime Just Increased Royalties by 10% to Help Contributors During COVID-19

On June 1st, Shutterstock unveiled a new royalty structure that infuriated photographers, sparked widespread criticism, and even inspired an online petition with over 7,500...