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Canon Full Frame Mirrorless Prototype Exists: Report

Rumors about a first full frame mirrorless camera from Canon are continuing to heat up. The latest word is that Canon has already created at least one prototype of such a camera. Canon Rumors is hearing from a source that one of the prototype cameras with a “new body” being ...

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Parent Seeking Photographer to Ruin Daughter’s Modeling Dreams

A PetaPixel reader was browsing for photography gigs on craigslist in South Florida today when he came across this bizarre request: someone was looking to hire a photographer to provide an “unhappy experience.” The listing was apparently posted by a concerned parent whose daughter has dreams of becoming a model. ...

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This Camera Store Receipt Will Make You Mad

Like many other types of businesses, camera equipment stores can make a lot of money by upselling, or convincing a customer to also purchase additional products and services. But how far can this upselling go before it becomes unethical? A new camera store receipt published online has many photographers furious ...

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Emperor Penguins Find Camera, Pose for Selfies

Two emperor penguins in Antarctica recently stumbled upon a camera left by researchers. Curious about their find, the penguins ended up knocking over the camera and then posing for an adorable selfie video. “Australian Antarctic expeditioner, Eddie Gault, left the camera on the ice when visiting [Auster Rookery near Australia’s ...

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Diane Arbus Gets NY Times Obituary 46 Years After Her Death

Diane Arbus was honored with an obituary by the New York Times today, 46 years after the renowned American portrait photographer died. It was one of 15 obituaries published today as part of a project titled Overlooked. Overlooked will regularly feature new obituaries of people in the past that never ...

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