Month: February 2020

The US Department of Justice weighed in on a controversial Kentucky lawsuit this week, when they backed a Christian wedding photographer who is suing the city of Louisville over a law that could, potentially be used to “force” her to shoot same-sex weddings. The lawsuit first made headlines in November, when conservative advocacy group Alliance
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The Chinese smartphone company Vivo has unveiled its new APEX 2020 5G concept smartphone. It’s a device that comes with a number of interesting photography-related features, including what the company calls a “gimbal-stabilizing camera.” The back of the phone features a relatively thin dual-camera setup. The first is a 16-megapixel periscopic camera that features an
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The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has proposed far-reaching new Remote Identification rules that will affect how drones are designed, produced and used. This proposal would require almost all drones in America to connect to a computer network service in order to fly legally, which the FAA anticipates will require recurring monthly fees for drone
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Estevan Trujillo is a photographer from New Mexico who explores the relationships between landscape and portraiture. His photographic style opens a window to an inhospitable region, showing us the warmth of its communities, the beauty of its landscapes, and the connections between its inhabitants. Q: Your first photo was uploaded to 500px in September of
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Keep up with key trends in Licensing with 500px’s Senior Art Director, Karen Biilmann, as she analyzes common threads and current themes throughout our Contributors’ photography submissions. From generating interactive and collaborative experiences through tech to the influence tech has on our daily lives, here’s what’s trending in the 500px Licensing Collection. The year 2020
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Call for Photography! Interested in having your work exhibited in the largest photography festival in the world? 500px is now accepting submissions from photographers to exhibit their work in the 500px “Broken Reality” exhibit as part of the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival this May. For our third annual CONTACT exhibition, interested photographers can submit their
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Yesterday, Sony unveiled their latest Xperia smartphones. And while you don’t typically see Sony’s phones at the top of the smartphone photography heap with Google, Apple and Samsung, the new Xperia 1 Mark II might change all that. For its latest flagship smartphone, Sony went all-in on camera technology, borrowing features from the speed demon
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The Sony World Photography Awards is being accused of censorship by the photojournalist community this week after the renowned competition pulled down multiple photo series depicting the pro-Democracy protests in Hong Kong, blaming the photos’ “sensitive nature.” The story first broke in the Hong Kong Free Press, after photographer Ko Chung-ming pointed out that his
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At the very moment landscape photographer Marc Koegel steps outside to begin the search for his next photograph, he has already won. For him, success lies not in the trophy of the finished image but rather the process of being out in the world, camera in hand. It’s about the journey as much as the
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