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These Signed NatGeo Prints are On Sale Until Earth Day

You can deny climate change, but you can’t deny that these are pretty sweet images. In honor of Earth Day, National Geographic Creative is holding a flash print sale of 22 different images by some of their top photographers. Did I mention the prints are signed?

Get a Year of Photoshop and Lightroom for Just $89, or 25% Off

Deal alert! A pre-paid annual subscription to Adobe's Creative Cloud Photography plan is currently deeply discounted over at Amazon. Instead of paying $119 for a year of Photoshop CC and Lightroom (~$10/month), you can buy a year for just $89 (~$7.42/month) -- a savings of 25%.

Apple Slashes USB-C Dongle Prices to Quell Macbook Pro Complaints

After the new Macbook Pro was unveiled by Apple last month, many people were unhappy about Apple's decision to remove the "cumbersome" SD card slot and only include USB-C ports. In response, to make buying the new laptops a little more palatable, Apple is slashing prices on its USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 dongles -- temporarily.

Pelican Hard Cases Are 60% Off on Amazon Today

Holiday deal alert: one of Amazon's Deals of the Day today is on Pelican's hard cases that are popular with photographers for hauling gear from place to place. 7 of the cases are currently discounted at over 60% off their MSRPs.

Magnum Selling $100 6×6 Signed Prints of Shots That ‘Changed Everything’

Magnum Photos continues to serve as an honored photographic cooperative with offices in New York, Paris, London, and Tokyo. Founding members of the cooperative include the legendary names of Robert Capa, George Rodger, and Henri Cartier-Bresson. This year, the association asked their members what they believed was “an image that changed everything”; and now, you can own limited signed prints of those photographs without breaking the bank.

Deal Alert: Amazon Prime on Sale for $77, Today Only

There's a sweet (and rare) deal going on today that many photographers may find beneficial: Amazon is discounting its Amazon Prime membership for one day only. It costs just $72 today through a special promotion, compared to the ordinary price tag of $99.

The Tale of Pamela: A Nigerian Scamming Story Involving a Camera Sale

This little story started after I’d bought a Ricoh GRD IV and GV-2 viewfinder. Due to some unforeseen financial issues, I realized I had to sell it. I didn’t think this would be a problem since I’d only used it around three or four times. So optimistically, I went about advertising on eBay, Gumtree and Craigslist. The next day I received an email via the Craigslist ad from ‘Pamela Richard’ asking for me to reply “asap”. This is where it all began.

Massive 1,000+ Piece Camera Collection Being Auctioned on eBay

Want to own a giant collection of vintage cameras, but don't want to spend a lifetime acquiring them one by one? If you have deep pockets and money to burn, here's your shot: collector Brain Cue of Alameda, California (kka20101 on eBay) is selling his massive camera collection that he has spent over 50 years building up.

Deal: Snag the Complete Nat Geo Digital Collection and 200K Photos for $25

If you're constantly on the prowl for new sources of photographic inspiration, there's a pretty sweet deal going on over at National Geographic. The magazine has long been praised for its focus on delivering high quality photography showing all kinds of subjects in all kinds of locations around the world, and now it's offering its complete collection of issues between 1888 and 2011 for just $25. The set of 7 DVDs normally costs $80, so it's a savings of almost 70%.

Kodak Patents Acquired by Group That Includes Apple, Google, and Facebook

One chapter in the saga of Kodak's escape from bankruptcy has come to an end. The company announced today that it has completed the sale of its valuable imaging patents for $525 million to a group of Silicon Valley companies. The deal involves more than 1,100 patents related to the capturing, manipulating, and sharing of digital photographs.

Nikon D600 Kits Plummet to Ridiculously Low Prices Around the Web

If you've recently purchased a Nikon D600 at its standard body-only retail price of $2,000, you might want to stop reading this post lest you suddenly find yourself filled with manufacturer-induced buyers remorse. If you're a budget-conscious photographer in the market for a new full-frame DSLR, today might be your lucky day.

Nikon has launched a brand-wide fire sale of the Nikon D600. While the body-only price hasn't changed, retailers around the web are selling the camera with a bundled lens and pricey accessories for the same price as the body itself.

Panasonic May Offload Sanyo Camera Business by the End of March

In yet another business move no doubt influenced by the rise of the all-mighty smartphone camera, a "source familiar with the plan" has told Reuters that Panasonic aims to sell camera and battery manufacturer Sanyo to a Japanese equity fund by the end of March.

Nation’s Largest Student Art Sale Sells 7 Pieces Per Minute, Many of Them Photos

In 1997, the Minneapolis College of Art and Design held an art sale to give student and alumni artists an opportunity to offer their creations to art collectors. They offered around 1,000 pieces by 86 different artists, including prints by photographers. Since then, the MCAD Art Sale has exploded in popularity.

This year the organizers are hoping to sell thousands of artworks by hundreds of artists at a rate of 7 pieces per minute. The sales will add to the $1,875,000 that has been paid out to artists through the sales over the years.