What's abuzz in the photography world this week?
Jane Barlow, the photographer of the Press Association (the UK's national news agency), who took the last picture of Queen Elizabeth II, reported on the Queen's final media appearance.
2. DIY Photography
Miley Cyrus was sued after she posted a photo of herself on Instagram without asking the artist´s permission first. Interestingly, the same paparazzo recently sued Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, and Dua Lipa for infringing his copyright.
Image database Getty Images is using its resources to enter the world of non-fungible tokens. The NFTs will consist of never-before-seen archival and modern photographs from culture, art, music, world events, and more.
4. The Guardian
A US judge dismissed recently a lawsuit filed by Spencer Elden, who claimed that a photograph of him as a naked baby on a 1991 album cover constituted child sexual abuse.
Using the Fakespot website, the AI for detecting fake reviews and scams, Electronic Hub have discovered recently that the Sony Alpha 7R IV and Canon EOS R6 have probably the most unreliable digital camera reviews.
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