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This Short Film Was Shot Through the Viewfinder of a Hasselblad

Here’s a new short film titled “Peripheral” by freelance film photographer and cinematographer Casey Cavanaugh. An interesting thing about it is that the story is told entirely through the ground glass viewfinder of a Hasselblad 500C/M. “It was shot entirely through the viewfinder of my Hasselblad 500C/M via a custom ...

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Here’s a Close-Up Photo of the Swirling Clouds on Jupiter

NASA just released this new close-up photo of the swirling clouds found on Jupiter. It was captured by the Juno spacecraft on October 29th, 2018, during its 16th close flyby of the gas giant. The clouds in the photo were seen in Jupiter’s North-North Temperate Belt (NNTB), one of the ...

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This Guy Recreated That ‘Distracted Boyfriend’ Photo with LEGO

One of the most viral photos of 2017 was the “Distracted Boyfriend” stock photo that has widely been used as an Internet meme. Photographer Dylan Maithonis faithfully recreated that famous photo using LEGO. In case you somehow haven’t seen it yet, here’s the original stock photo by photographer Antonio Guillem, ...

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White House Slammed for Sharing ‘Doctored’ Video

The White House is being slammed by press photographer associations for its use of a “clearly manipulated” video of a press conference exchange this past Wednesday. During President Donald Trump’s first press conference following Tuesday’s midterm elections, CNN journalist Jim Acosta engaged in a heated exchange with Trump. When a ...

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Photopea is a Free Photoshop Clone That Runs In Your Browser

Want a Photoshop-style image editor without paying any money and without downloading any software? Check out Photopea. It’s a free Photoshop clone that runs right in your Web browser. What’s astonishing is the fact that the app was created and is being developed by a single person: Ivan Kutskir, a ...

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How NOT to Set Up Lighting Gear

Photographer Holly Romaya was walking through a local mall in the Detroit metro area recently when she noticed something peculiar about the mall Santa photo area set up for kids portraits. It seems the people responsible for setting up the lighting equipment don’t actually know how it’s supposed to work. ...

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Canon Already Has 22% of Full-Frame Mirrorless Sales in Japan

After years of owning a near 100% share of the full-frame mirrorless camera market in Japan, Sony’s monopoly is finally under attack. The latest sales numbers show that Canon has already jumped to a 22% share after the launch of its EOS R system. BCN Retail released its latest full-frame ...

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Flickr Won’t Delete Creative Commons Photos Over New 1,000 Free Limit

Flickr announced a controversial decision this month to limit free accounts to 1,000 photos and delete extra existing photos of users who are already over the limit. Many people immediately wondered whether countless Creative Commons photos would be trashed. Today, Flickr reassured the photo community by promising that CC photos ...

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This is the First 8K Video Shot in Space

NASA has released the first 8K footage ever shot in space. This 3-minute video was captured aboard the International Space Station using a RED Helium 8K camera, and it shows the astronaut residents living, working, and conducting research. NASA has a history of pushing the boundaries of camera technologies on ...

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