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Inter Milan Soccer Team Wears Shirts with Instagram Handles

Enjoy following the photos shared by your favorite athletes? Inter Milan, one of the most valuable clubs in the world, wants you to know how to find its players on Instagram. On Tuesday, the players’ shirts featured their Instagram handles on the back instead of their names. The unusual kits ...

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This App Lets You Shoot Virtual Models in the Real World

There’s a new app that lets you shoot portraits of virtual models in your real-world location. It’s called Augmented Reality Photo Studio. Created by the Los Angeles-based company Superba AR, Photo Studio AR lets you stage and shoot portraits in locations you scout without having to bring a stand-in model. ...

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Court Refuses to Toss Lawsuit Between Monkey and Photographer

Photographer David Slater’s legal nightmare surrounding that monkey selfie snapped in 2011 isn’t over. A US court has decided not to toss the copyright lawsuit filed against Slater by PETA on the monkey’s behalf, despite Slater and PETA reaching a settlement last year. Digital Trends reports that in an order ...

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Photos of KFC Fried Chicken as Fiery Explosions

Here’s something that’s strange yet creative. KFC Hong Kong wanted to promote its Hot & Spicy fried chicken, so the ad agency Ogilvy & Mather Hong Kong Photoshopped pieces of fried chicken into photos to make them look like fiery explosions and smoke/vapor plumes. Desaturating a piece of fried chicken ...

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Photos of Car Attack and Refugees Win 2018 Pulitzer Prizes

The 2018 Pulitzer Prize winners have just been announced. Photographer Ryan Kelly of The Daily Progress in Charlottesville, Virginia, won the Breaking News Photography category for his chilling photo of the moment a car attack slammed into racially-charged protests in his town — an incident that made national headlines. “A ...

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Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium: Dual Cam, 4K HDR, ISO 51200 Photos

Sony has just announced the Xperia XZ2 Premium, the company’s first smartphone to pack dual cameras. The camera system features ultra-high sensitivity, allowing users to capture videos and photos in extremely low-light situations. Sony’s Motion Eye Dual camera uses one 12MP black-and-white sensor and one 19MP color sensor for capturing ...

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Photographer Turns Bullied Kids Into Avengers Superheroes

Photographer Josh Rossi just spent three months working on a photo project for a good cause. He found 15 kids who have been severely bullied and turned them into The Avengers of Bullying. Rossi says he got the idea after seeing the story of Jackson Bezzant while scrolling through social ...

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Film in a Digital Age: The Phoenix Film Revival

“Ah, s**t!” Andrew Rogers shouts as he spills developer all over the table and onto his vintage yellow Kodachrome film shirt. Hidden in the back corner of the semi-popular “video game” bar, The Grid in Mesa, Arizona, he and three fellow film fanatics mix chemicals and develop E6 color positive ...

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