Jeremy Gray

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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.

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Four Sony Alpha Cameras Get Huge Firmware Updates and C2PA Tools

Back when Sony announced its groundbreaking a9 III camera in November, the company also revealed that the Sony a1 released in early 2021 and the a7S III launched in mid-2020 would receive a significant firmware update "next spring." Spring has sprung, and the rumored firmware update, plus quite a bit more, has arrived.

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Samsung Brings Galaxy AI to Older Devices, Free Until ‘End of 2025’

Samsung Galaxy AI was introduced alongside the latest Galaxy S24 series smartphones in January, bringing numerous AI-powered features like Circle to Search and Generative Edit to Galaxy devices. Living up to its earlier promise, Samsung says this suite of AI tools will come to more Galaxy devices this week.

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Glorious Gannet Portrait Wins World Nature Photography Awards

The World Nature Photography Awards announced the winners of its 2024 contest, celebrating the best in nature and wildlife photography. British photographer Tracey Lund won the top prize for her stunning portrait of a pair of gannets swimming off the coast of the Shetland Islands.

Landscape op-ed: Has landscape photography lost its way?

No, Landscape Photography Has Not ‘Gone Off the Deep End’

Next to portraiture, landscape photography is among the oldest genres. It has gone through evolutions, and thanks to pioneers like Ansel Adams, landscape photography even helped bring photography into the larger art discussion. But after more than a century of influence and brilliance, has landscape photography lost its way?

Nikon is all-in on wildlife photography with the Nikkor Z system

Nikon Is All-In on Wildlife Photography, and I Love It

Nikon has long been a popular choice for amateur and professional wildlife photographers. Since the days of its film and digital SLR cameras, it has committed to engineering robust cameras with swift autofocus and making top-tier telephoto lenses. That same focus persists in the mirrorless age, perhaps even more.

Fujifilm vs Eastman Kodak

Fujifilm Sues Eastman Kodak for Patent Infringement

Two longtime stalwarts of the film photography industry, Fujifilm and Eastman Kodak, are poised to battle it out in the courts as Fujifilm Corporation filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Eastman Kodak Company in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.

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US Government Sues Apple in Landmark Anti-Trust Lawsuit

According to people familiar with the matter, the United States Justice Department is preparing a landmark antitrust lawsuit against Apple Inc. The suit, expected to be filed today in a New Jersey federal court, represents the latest in the Biden administration's attempts to deal with monopolization in big tech.

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Can Foam Cases Really Corrupt Your Memory Cards?

Canadian wedding photographer Saraya Joy posted an interesting video on Instagram a couple of weeks ago, claiming that her foam SD card case had damaged and corrupted her SD memory cards. A corrupted card is a severe fear for photographers, so what's happening here?

Advanced Navigation's Hydrus underwater drone in action in Australia

The Hydrus Underwater Drone Wants to Be the DJI of the Sea

Underwater drones are still in their infancy. While filmmakers are already using them to create magnificent art, underwater drones haven't approached ubiquity for consumers and enthusiasts. However, Australian company Advanced Navigation believes it can change the landscape (or seascape) with its new Hydrus autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV).

Ghostly Stellar Tendrils of the Vela Supernova Remnant

The Detail in This New 1.3-Gigapixel Photo of a Supernova is Incredible

Using the remarkable 570-megapixel Dark Energy Camera (DECam), astronomers have made a 1.3-gigapixel image of the ghostly Vela Supernova Remnant. The beautiful, detailed, and colorful image is the largest DECam image ever at 35,786 by 35,881 pixels, putting even the highest-resolution medium-format interchangeable lens cameras to shame.