Are We Witnessing the Death of Instagram? Media outlets, especially in the photography world today, are busting at the seams because of the newly announced Instagram changes to the feed system. Their latest decision is changing what photographers love about it: being able to see images as they’re uploaded, instead of the new algorithm being […]
Through The Iris: Glacier National Park, Montana
After 8,000 or so miles living on the road (honestly I lost count), I finally made it to a park I have always wanted to see — Glacier National Park. Glacier covers a large area of the northern part of Montana, and a little bit of Canada, and has some of the most beautiful vistas, […]
Confused By the “Circle of Confusion”?
Dissecting the “Circle of Confusion” If you’ve ever wondered how aperture and depth of field relate to the size of the image sensor, then “Focusing on Depth of Field Lens Equivalents,” will clear up the circle of confusion and lens equivalency for you. John Hess of Filmmaker IQ created an amazing explanation on how smaller […]
Scientist Photographs Rarest Bird — Then Kills It
The male mustached kingfisher has never been photographed until Dr. Chris Filardi, director of Pacific Programs at The Museum of Natural History, snapped it for the first time in September. Dr. Filardi immediately killed the bird after taking the photo for “science,” which has conservationists and the scientific community upset. He euthanized the male mustached […]