This Week in the World looks at the past week’s most interesting stories out of the photo world.
The Chicago Sun-Times laid off its entire photography staff, switching to a freelance-only method of getting pictures for their newspaper. (via DP Review)
Olympus has begun developing lenses and lens parts for Sony. Olympus has been getting sensors from Sony for some time now, so this move solidifies the partnership that will probably continue to be fruitful for both Olympus and Sony shooters. You certainly won’t be hearing any complaints from us.
According to Buzzfeed, there are 27,800 photos uploaded to Instagram every minute, and 208,300 photos uploaded to Facebook. (via Pop Photo)
The New South Wales government is garnering criticism for trying to tell Australia’s Reportage Festival what photos they can and cannot display. (via PetaPixel)
Canon hit the 90 million mark for EF lenses produced. Nice.
Magic Lantern enabled raw video output on the Canon EOS 50D, which is already five years old. Crazy. Here’s a test video:
The 1931 Leica Illa used by Alfred Eisenstaedt to photograph this iconic V-J Day image was recently auctioned for $150,000.
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