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Dog Takes GoPro and Shoots Viral Chase Scene

A dog named Bonnie is a star on the Internet this week after an action camera clip she shot went viral. Back in 2016, Bonnie was handed a ping pong paddle-mounted GoPro HERO3 by her owner, Carmen Michelle. The camera was filming as she ran away from Michelle’s husband and ...

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Beyoncé Picks First Black Photog for Vogue Cover Photo: Report

For the first time in the 125-year history of the iconic fashion and lifestyle magazine Vogue, a black photographer will be behind the photo that graces the cover, according to a new report. HuffPost reports that Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour has given superstar singer Beyoncé “unprecidented control” of the cover ...

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Burger Chain Uses Photojournalist’s Beheading Image for Ad

The Washington DC burger chain Z Burger is apologizing this week after it used a picture from photojournalist James Foley’s beheading to promote its food. Last Saturday, Z-Burger posted a Tweet (shown above) with the words: “When you say you want a burger and someone says okay lets hit McDonald’s ...

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V-Flat World Launches a Folding V-Flat

The V-flat is a common tool used by portrait photographers, but it has historically been a do-it-yourself product everyone builds for themselves. A new company called V-Flat World just changed that with the launch of its commercial foldable V-flats geared toward professional portrait photographers. “We are dedicated to producing high-quality ...

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NY Daily News Cuts All Photographers

The New York Daily News slashed its editorial staff in half this week, and among the casualties of the layoffs was the entire team of photographers. The paper, which called itself “New York’s Picture Newspaper” for over 70 years, now has zero staff photographers. NPPA reports that all 10 NY ...

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