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Developing Film With Beer and Other Nostalgia

I had been working at a liquor store to get away from myself and all the photography things I knew well. The extra money was nice, however, my photography burnout had my creativity hostage and didn’t seem to have an end anytime soon. So when Dogfish Head announced their Super 8 Beer and the claim that you could develop film in it, I had to try it. Not actually develop film in it -- hell no! I’ve been digital for twenty years and a film cameras’ place was on the shelf for decoration and memories.

5 Photojournalists Sue Homeland Security for First Amendment Violations –PDN Pulse

Five freelance photojournalists have filed a lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security for violation of their First Amendment rights, the ACLU announced yesterday. The journalists are alleging that Customs and Border Patrol agents tracked, detained and interrogated them because of their coverage of immigration issues along the U.S-Mexico border in 2018 and 2019.

It was revealed earlier this year that the US government had compiled a secret database of people tied to the migrant caravan that made headlines in 2018, and a number of people on the list were American photojournalists.

Deal Alert: Save 30% on the Godox AD200 Today Only –Adorama

Adorama’s deal of the day today is the Godox AD200 (AKA Flashpoint eVOLV 200) pocket flash with the barndoor kit for $229 instead of $327, a savings of $98/30%. This is a small pocket flash that packs a big punch, and today you can get it at a price that can’t be beat.

A Chat with War Photographer Lynsey Addario

Lynsey Addario is an American photojournalist who's well known for her work on the front lines of conflict and human rights issues. In this 8-minute video interview, VICE sat down with Addario and talked to her about everything from life and death to journalistic truth.

How That Viral ‘Trump’s Notes’ Photo Was Shot

On Wednesday, President Trump spoke briefly to the media about the ongoing impeachment inquiry hearings on Capitol Hill while leaving the White House for Texas. Getty Images photographer Mark Wilson was in attendance, and he managed to capture a photo of Trump’s notes that instantly went viral around the world.

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Why Rent a Photo Studio? A Look at the Pros and Cons

If you are like a lot of photographers, you are used to shooting outdoors at a park, the beach or on the city streets somewhere. You guerrilla shoot in interesting locations with whatever gear you have or feel you can get away with.

Shooting K9 Charity Calendar Photos for the Waterloo Police

The classic cop story: a devious crime, a detailed investigation, an exciting high-speed chase, an intense interrogation, a news conference with flashing popping as the police show off their impressive bust… except this one involves more drool, flying fur, and a gruesome pile of bones -- dog bones, that is.

Bad Advice to Ignore as a Beginner Landscape Photographer

When you’re beginning a new endeavor it’s common to receive advice from various different sources, whether it’s directly from someone or indirectly from books, podcasts or tutorial videos. Some of this advice can be highly beneficial and others can be, well not so good.

Fuji X-T3 vs Sony a6600: Comparing Autofocus, High ISO and More

If you can get past the lack of a full-frame sensor, the Fujifilm X-T3 and Sony a6600 are two of the most compelling and full-featured mirrorless cameras on the market today. So while everyone is arguing over full-frame mirrorless, The Slanted Lens decided to do a little APS-C shootout to see which of these cameras is the better performer.