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Photography

Galaxy S8 Vs iPhone 7

This blind test lets you work out which smartphone camera is best

April 27th, 2017

Mobile photography has come a long ways since the original iPhone was released with a rather unremarkable 2 megapixel camera. Even for its time, the original iPhone camera was far from impressive. In particular, low light photography on the original iPhone was notoriously poor. With subsequent iPhone releases, however, Apple began devoting more and more engineering …

iPhone 7 Camera

See how the iPhone 7’s camera stacks up against a $9,000 Leica

November 3rd, 2016

The iPhone 7’s camera is good. We know that much, through our own extensive dog-photo testing procedure, and from the results that owners have been posting all over the internet. We’ve also all heard that one day, smartphone cameras will replace DSLRs and mirrorless cameras altogether. We’re not quite at that point yet, but as …

History Of Photography

Video: The history of photography in 5 minutes

February 8th, 2016

Thanks to the modern day smartphone, nearly everyone is a photographer these days. From Instagram and Facebook to Snapchat and Flickr, society today spends more time behind a camera lens and viewing photographs than at any other time in history. In fact, it’s been estimated that more than 1/3 of all the photos ever taken …

Extreme Wedding Photos

Extreme wedding photos taken on the edge of a 350 foot cliff

December 16th, 2015

At first glance, Philbrick Photography — a company consisting of Jay Philbrick and his wife Vicki — seems like any other photography company you might stumble across online. With a nice portfolio of high-quality portraits, wedding shots and more, Jay and Vicki don’t initially come across as the adventure-seeking types. But if you delve a little bit deeper, it quickly …

Best Photos Of 2015

The most incredible and jaw-dropping photos from 2015

December 13th, 2015

With 2016 just around the corner, a steady stream of “best of 2015” lists have already started to roll in. And with good reason, the beginning of a new year is always a great time to sit back and reflect on the previous 12 months. If you’re just catching up, some of the more interesting recaps …