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This is a Real Photo of a Tesla Sports Car Flying Through Space

We live in an amazing time in which it’s actually possible to shoot a photo like this one: it’s a Tesla Roadster sports car flying through space with the Earth in the background. Yesterday, billionaire Elon Musk’s SpaceX launched its Falcon Heavy rocket, the world’s most powerful operational rocket. Musk’s ...

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Photographer Dies Leading Lava Flow Tour in Hawaii

A well-known Hawaiian photographer has died on the Big Island while leading a tour group near a lava flow. The group was reportedly overcome by a toxic steam cloud when it began to rain during their hike. KHON2 reports that photographer was Sean King, owner of Hawaii Stargazing Adventures, who’s ...

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This New Phantom Camera Can Shoot 4MP at 6,600FPS

Vision Research has announced its latest Phantom high-speed camera, the Phantom v2640. This camera is the fastest 4-megapixel camera ever made, capturing a stagging 6,600 frames per second. Drop the resolution down to 1080p, and you can shoot at a whopping 11,750fps. “The v2640 features very high dynamic range (64 ...

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You Can Finally Schedule Posts on Instagram Now (Kinda)

Instagram has announced that you can now schedule posts on the social network, provided you are signed up as a business account and using an approved third-party scheduling service. This new automation will streamline the Instagram workflow for those who are using the image-sharing app. Scheduling will work through third-party apps ...

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Ex-Nat Geo Photo Editor Patrick Witty Accused of Sexual Misconduct

Another prominent figure in the photography industry is being accused of sexual misconduct. Several women are claiming that photographer and photo editor Patrick Witty sexually harassed them in a variety of ways. The accusations were first reported in an exclusive story published by Vox, which investigated the circumstances surrounding Witty’s ...

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Shutterfly Buys School Photo Company Lifetouch for $825M in Cash

Shutterfly has announced that it has agreed to acquire Lifetouch, the employee-owned photography company best known for being the national leader in school pictures. The purchase price is $825 million in cash. “Shutterfly and Lifetouch, two undisputed leaders in their respective industries, are both built around the mission of helping ...

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