DxO has updated its popular set of Nik Collection plug-ins, bringing in major changes and a new plug-in, too.
Fujifilm’s latest software lets you use your mirrorless system as a webcam.
The PavoTube 6C II LED is portable LED light can be used on its own or to supplement other units.
The Rode Wireless Go white, Lavalier Go white, Interview Go and MagClip Go have been added to the line-up.
The popular mirrorless body is now available with a new lens option and as a video kit.
With more details revealed, the EOS R5 is building up a picture of a potentially ground-breaking product.
Canon has shut down speculation that EOS R5 specs are impossible and revealed select new details.
The recent batch of firmware updates offer a host of improvements for the Nikon Z 6, Z 7 and Z 50.
Enthusiast and professionals alike are asked to submit photos, with prizes worth more than £250,000 on offer.
Over £16,000 will be awarded to creatives of all experience levels working to push boundaries during quarantine.
One of the year’s most popular photo contests, the Travel Photographer of the Year competition, is now open for entries.
Discover the world of the Canon Cinema EOS system – and be in with the chance to win an EOS C200.
Fujifilm has been helping frontline medial workers in an unusual way – with Instax instant cameras.
Adobe has launched the Creative Residency Community Fund to support creatives worldwide.
The first 10,000 new users of the new Portfoliobox 4 can build a portfolio website for free.
The new Lee Direct service offers UK photographers a delivery to the front door service.
The 20-60mm f/3.5-5.6 standard zoom is a compact and versatile option for Lumix S series cameras.
Mk2 versions of the popular 14mm f/2.8 and 85mm f/1.4 possess a host of new features.
Samyang’s new lens for Sony E full-frame cameras is perfect for portraits and more.
The new Tamron 70-180mm f/2.8 Di III VXD is designed for Sony E-mount full-frame cameras.
This year’s The Photography Show at the NEC has been cancelled and replaced with an online event.
Episode five of The Photography News Podcast is out, and you can listen now on the site, or on Youtube, Spotify or Apple Podcasts.
We’re turning up the heat this summer, with a whole host of great content in the magazine and on our website.
Created by The Duchess of Cambridge and the National Portrait Gallery, the project seeks your lockdown portraits.