|Those sweet, sweet rays. Photo by Dan Bracaglia with the Nikon D7500.|
As most summer months are, June was relatively quiet in the camera business. Like many photographers, we were outside trying to make good use of all that daylight, shooting festivals and trying to drown rugged cameras in lakes. But that’s not to say there was no news at all – remember the viral photo of that guy mowing his lawn in front of the tornado? Or the Swiss village with the genius PR stunt? And how could we forget the Canon lens cut in half by a 60,000 PSI water jet?
June was also a month of mobile tech milestones. It marked the 20th anniversary of the first ever photo shared from a phone, and the 10th anniversary of the iPhone. Thanks to these innovations, we can share photos with friends halfway around the world in an instant, and tease our pets with treats while we rake in the likes.
Canon announces EOS 6D Mark II
Just shy of its fifth birthday, the Canon EOS 6D was ripe for replacement. Just prior to its announcement, we got the chance to put it to work photographing some of the most stunning landscapes in the US.
Canon → continue…