Curious to know what the top-performing articles on PDNonline.com were from this past week? Let’s take a look:
From foldable drones to artificial intelligence software, these are the photo innovations we’re excited about—and we’re glad to see you are too.
Monica May photographed model Gigi Hadid for Reebok. May explains how her lighting setup allowed her to shoot multiple images quickly, despite an uncooperative sun. PDN’s full article includes extra images and a detailed explanation of the setup.
We weren’t expecting this article to show up at the top of our most-read list, but loyal sandbag users had a lot to say on Facebook about trading in their tried-and-true weight mechanisms for gym weights.
Photographers don’t need to be reminded how pervasive online image theft is, but a new study from CopyTrack shines a light on the types of images being copied and reused by photo thieves. We show the three most frequently stolen images and reveal just how much CopyTrack was able to recover from infringers.
Artificial Intelligence is shaping the photo industry in seen and unforeseen ways. Our technology editor asks: Is it for better or worse? While the news may not be new to many photographers, PDN readers weighed in, expressing a mix of both optimism and concern.
Throwback. More ›
Take a journey through some of the images and image makers that shaped the early history of American photography. More ›
The December 11 issue of The New Yorker features Elinor Carucci’s arresting close-up photograph of a kiss, shot on assignment to accompany a short story by Kristen Roupenian. The story, about the self-deceptions and self-abnegation of a young woman who goes on a couple of dates with an older man, has drawn a lot of... More ›