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Critical Vulnerability Affects Bluetooth-Enabled Cameras

A newly discovered vulnerability in the 4.x Bluetooth wireless standard has been shown to affect cameras that implement full remote control functionality. Demonstrated as viable in proof-of-concept laboratory testing, researchers believe that the exploit has the potential to either physically damage cameras or render them inoperable.

Eight Photoshop Visual Pranks To Try on April Fools’ Day

Tomorrow is April Fools' Day, and with such a bummer of a year leading up to this point (and things are only now just starting to look better in a few places), everyone could use some laughs. To that end, photographer Richard Wakefield shows how you can create eight visual jokes in Photoshop.

Fro Knows Nothing: A Spot-On Parody of ‘Fro Knows Photo’

In a (mostly) loving parody created for April Fools' Day, photographer Vanessa Joy has put together a hilarious impersonation of Jared Polin—AKA Fro Knows Photo—by creating her own version of a "Photo News Fix" video... complete with fake fro.

The Best Photography April Fools’ Jokes of 2018

April Fools' Day rolled through on a Sunday this year, but there was no shortage of tongue-in-cheek stories published in the world of photography. Here's a roundup of some of the best jokes put out by companies and publications.

Expose to the Left: How to Really Maximize Image Quality at Night

We hear everyone in the photography industry talking about image quality, image quality, image quality. We especially hear about this in any circle of people chatting (or writing) about night photography. Conversations (and books, articles and blog posts) are rife with opinions and advice about how to push the limits of our cameras and lenses in order to get the best image quality in low-light situations.

A Roundup of April Fools’ 2015 Jokes in the World of Photography

Ah, April 1st: the dreaded day on which you can't trust anything you see online, lest it be a prank that makes you feel gullible. As has been our tradition in the past few years, we're rounding up all the interesting April Fools' Day pranks from the world of photography so that you can enjoy an overview, all in one place.

A Roundup of April Fools’ 2014 Jokes in the World of Photography

As we've done for the past couple of years, rather than try our hand at comedy and post something tricky on April Fools, we instead round up all the best photography April Fools' jokes we can find and post them all in one place.

Buckle up, enjoy the ride, and try to imagine a world where these ideas were actually real.

A Roundup of April Fools’ 2013 Jokes in the World of Photography

April Fools' Day: the beautiful (or painful) day of the year on which the Internet is teeming with fabricated stories designed to fool and humor. We used to participate in the jokes and cover the silliness, but last year we started doing a single roundup post instead to keep you up to speed on April Fools' Day humor in the world of photography.

April Fools’ 2012 in the Photo World

April Fools' Day 2012 has come and gone. Even though we didn't publish any bogus stories this year, here's a quick roundup of other photo-related sites that did. The screenshot above shows Kodak's homepage yesterday, which advertised a new kitten printing machine. Interestingly enough, there was a serious news ticker just below it that discussed the company's bankruptcy status.

Kodak Executive Russell Hunt Named a CRN Channel Chief for Second Consecutive Year

Editor's note: This is our first press release published in accordance with the terms of our acquisition by Eastman Kodak, which was announced earlier today.

Rochester, NY, March 28 -- Kodak’s Russell Hunt has earned recognition as a 2011 Channel Chief by Everything Channel’s CRN for the second consecutive year. Notably, Hunt has led the successful channel integration of two existing channel communities within Kodak. Through Hunt’s leadership efforts, Kodak expands its channel capabilities to provide customer-focused applications across a broad range of vertical industries.