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Photojournalist David Douglas Duncan Dies at 102

Legendary American photojournalist David Douglas Duncan has died. One of the most influential photographers of the 20th century, Duncan was best known for his combat photographs captured during World War II and the Korean War. Duncan was born on January 23, 1916, in Kansas City, Missouri. He first stepped into ...

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This Stock Photo Fail Was Spotted at a Supermarket in Poland

This line of hand mixers was spotted in Poland in a Biedronka store (the largest discount supermarket chain). Instead of properly using licensed Shutterstock stock photos that come without watermarks, the graphic designers used watermark versions. And apparently, no one noticed (or cared). “In Biedronka, you will find Shutterstock blenders,” ...

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Hot Wheels Made a $1 Toy Car with a GoPro Mount

Hot Wheels has unveiled a new $1 toy car called the Zoom In that boasts a never-before-seen feature: a GoPro camera mount for capturing the car’s point of view as it zooms around a track. The slot on top of the car can fit a GoPro Hero Session or Hero5 ...

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The Nik Collection is No Longer Free, But It’s Alive

The Nik Collection is finally getting its long-awaited update. DxO has just announced Nik Collection 2018, the first major new version of the popular software suite under the ownership of DxO. The Nik Collection (along with Snapseed) was acquired by Google back in 2012 before being abandoned in 2017. DxO ...

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This is What the Moon Looks Like with a Ginormous Camera Lens

Using lens compression to capture a giant moon is nothing new, but photographer Daniel López has taken things to a whole level. He set up an ultra-telephoto lens about 10 miles (16km) away from a volcano and captured this mind-blowing 2-minute video that shows a moonset in real-time. The focal ...

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Here’s How Instagram Actually Ranks Your Photos

Instagram experience major user backlash after it abandoned its reverse chronological feed back in 2016, and many users these days are still wishing for its return. If you’re one of them, here’s an interesting factoid that may change your mind: the chronological feed was making users miss 50% of their ...

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Kodak Teases First Test Photos Shot on New Ektachrome Film

Kodak has shared a new sneak peek of its upcoming Ektachrome slide film relaunch, posting several test photos captured on the film using “pilot-scale equipment.” The photos can be seen in this short video posted by Kodak Alaris (@kodakprofessional) on Instagram and in a new post on Facebook: A post ...

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