Jeremy Gray

News Editor

Jeremy Gray is an award-winning landscape and nature photographer. Over the last decade, he has written extensively for many of the leading online publications in the photography industry. He has a passion for writing in-depth camera and lens reviews, educational content, and discussing the latest news from the photography world.

Articles by Jeremy Gray

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Adobe’s CEO is Just Not on the Same Wavelength as Artists

Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen has been in charge of Adobe for nearly two decades and in that time has rarely done interviews. However, he has been making the rounds lately to pump up AI's tires, including an interview published this week with The Verge's Nilay Patel for the publication's Decoder podcast. There, Narayen said some interesting, if not disconcerting, things.

A black Fujifilm X-T50 mirrorless digital camera with a textured grip and no lens attached. The camera body features dials, buttons, and a viewfinder at the top. The Fujifilm logo and model name are prominently displayed on the front.

The New Fujifilm X-T50 is More Than a (Very) Pretty Face

The Fujifilm X-T50 combines the classic camera styling of the wildly popular X100VI with the flexibility of an interchangeable lens X Series camera. It is designed for burgeoning photographers who prioritize style over top-of-the-line performance. However, make no mistake: the X-T50 is much more than a baby X-T5.

A Canon EOS R1 camera body is displayed against a white background. The camera features a textured grip on the left side and a clean, smooth surface on the right side. The lens mount and sensor are visible.

The Canon EOS R1 and EOS R3 Have Subtle Design Differences

After years of rumors, expectations, and predictions, Canon has finally announced that it is developing the Canon EOS R1. While details are scarce, Canon has shared a front-facing look at its upcoming flagship mirrorless camera, creating fertile ground for a quick-and-dirty EOS R1 versus EOS R3 comparison.

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A Phoenix Rising From the Ashes: How Nikon Found Its Way Back to Profit

Although Nikon was founded nearly 107 years ago and has been ubiquitous in the photography space for much of that time, the company is not far removed from financial troubles that threatened to reduce the company to ruin. Through shrewd decisions and great new Nikon Z cameras and lenses, Nikon has safely moved from the brink.

Three playful images of animals enjoying snow: a dog jumping exuberantly, a cat with its tail sticking up while half-buried, and a rabbit with only its ears visible above the snow.

The 30 Comedy Pet Photo Awards Finalists Are Adorable and Hilarious

Satisfying the large cross-section of people who love their pets and enjoy a hearty laugh, the annual Comedy Pet Photo Awards is a consistent and prolific source of joy. The finalists for the 2024 competition have been unveiled, starring athletic dogs, troublesome cats, and all manner of other hilarious pets.

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Groundbreaking Images Reveal the Human Brain at Nanoscale Resolution

For something as instrumental to all human existence and experience as the brain, many aspects of it remain thoroughly mysterious. Thanks to groundbreaking new digital images, models, and 3D maps created by Google Research and scientists at Harvard University, the physical structure of the brain has never been so clear.

Stereoscopic view of a lush mountain valley with a river running through it and coniferous trees in the foreground; rugged mountain peaks rise in the background.

These Animated Stereograms Bring 19th Century Photos to Life

Stereo images have been part of photography since its invention in the first half of the 19th century. Cameras enabled artists to produce two identical images from very slightly different perspectives -- all that is needed to create convincing "three-dimensional" images. While technically possible with paintings and drawings, cameras made stereograms significantly easier.

Two race cars speeding past the finish line on a racetrack, with the leading blue and white car crossing over the checkered line.

The NASCAR Camera Tech Behind a Historic 0.001s Photo Finish

So far, this NASCAR season has been one of slim margins and photo finishes. PetaPixel chatted with photographer Alex Slitz about his image of a three-way photo finish at Atlanta Motor Speedway in February, but last week's race at Kansas Speedway was somehow even closer -- with Kyle Larson winning by 0.001 second.