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Fujifilm released a firmware upgrade (v1.01) for its X-T3 mirrorless camera that addresses issues with distortion compensation when using the electronic shutter in continuous high shooting mode. A bug where the mechanical lock on SD cards was ignored has also been fixed, along with unspecified 'slight defects'.The update can be downloaded here.Read our Fujifilm X-T3 First Impressions Review
A judge in the Eastern District of Virginia recently issued what on the face of it looks like a bizarre ruling in image copyright case Brammer v. Violent Hues, LLC, finding that the use of a copyrighted image without permission didn't violate the photographer's copyright.The legal matter began in 2017 after photographer Russell Brammer filed a complaint against Violent Hues Productions, LLC, for
RawPixel/UnsplashApple has launched a new service program for select MacBook and MacBook Pros potentially affected by a keyboard issue that results in sticky, unresponsive keys and repeated characters when typing.The service program comes after three separate class action lawsuits were filed against the Cupertino company for issues related to MacBook and MacBook Pro keyboards.In a statement provi
A group of graduates from the Icelandic Academy of Arts have traced the global journey of a single banana to showcase the complexity of the food exportation process. Read more
Unmesh Dinda of PiXimperfect has published a new tutorial about check layers in Photoshop. Check layers are particularly useful when retouching images because they allow you to analyze different properties of your image across multiple layers, such as hue, saturation and luminosity, and determine what issues there are for you to address. Check layers are essentially layers that visually display a
Episode 251 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.Download MP3 –  Subscribe via iTunes, Google Play, email or RSS!Featured: Street photographer, Craig WhiteheadIn This EpisodeIf you subscribe to the PetaPixel Photography Podcast in iTunes, please take a moment to rate and review us and help us move up in the rankings so others interested in photography may find us.Show Opener:Street phot
Fujifilm may have a quality control issue on their hands. Two reports have emerged this month of new Fujifilm lenses arriving with sizable dust specks, cracks, and excessive variations between copies.Photography Life reported on January 3rd that they discovered “multiple samples of a number of lenses” having debris between lens elements that is impossible for the photographer to remov
In a "letter to our customers" posted on its website, Apple took a more active stance in the iPhone slowdown 'scandal' that has been making headlines over the past week. The company once again explained why it was reducing performance on older iPhone models, but the letter went a step further, apologizing to customers for the lack of transparency and offering a few potential solutions to placate
At the request of the ESA, the FCC has extended an existing waiver that temporarily makes video games exempt from the accessibility requirements set forth in the CVAA of 2010. ...
Tether Tools CEO Josh Simons has preemptively apologized for the company's use of an image without the permission of the photographer who took it. In a letter published on December 14, Simons explained that an image used as a placeholder in concept mockups for the company's redesigned website accidentally went live on the final site.Explaining the process that led to this image's accidental use,


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