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On 18 May this year, Taylor Swifts fans could watch rehearsal clips at her concert at Los Angeles venue Rose Bowl. The clips were played at a special kiosk, but mesmerized fans had no idea that their photos were being taken by a facial recognition camera. The photos were cross-referenced with a database in Nashville, […]

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If you want to take slider shots with your smartphone, there are a few DIY options you can make. But in this video, COOPH teaches you how to make an interesting automated DIY slider on a super-low budget. Youll need a wooden toy car, a kitchen timer, a few household items and only a little […]

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NASA’s Parker Solar Probe’sgoal is to help us answer some of the big questions we have about the Sun. In order to do that, it has to get very close to it. Inside its atmosphere, basically. More commonly known as the corona. The probe has come closer to the sun than any human-made craft before […]

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Well, folks. You wanted it. You got it. Loupedeck has today announced the first integration with the Loupdeck+ and Adobe Photoshop CC 2019. Today’s announcement extends the Loupedeck+’s compatibility with Adobe suite adding to Lightroom Classic CC and Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Loupedeck says that the decision to integrate the Loupedeck+ into Photoshop was based […]

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  Photojournalists covering wars are exposed to life-threatening situations every day. Sadly, many of them have lost limbs and even lives while doing their job. This fantastic video from CBS Sunday Morning gives you a look into the lives and legacy of war photographers. The video reflects on life, work and legacy of Tim Hetherington […]

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Theres something magical about soap bubbles, but watching them freeze raises the magic to a whole new level. In his timelapse Winters Magic, photographer Don Komarechka captured the process of soap bubbles getting frozen. And watching the ice crystals as they form on the delicate bubbles surface is as wonderful to watch, as it is […]

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Metering is one of those strange aspects of photography.It’s actually a rather straightforward principle, but it seems complex to new camera users due to unfamiliar terminology like “spot”, “evaluative” and “incident”. But it’s pretty easy to get to grips with. In this video, photographer Saurav Sinha, goes over the basic metering modes that are common […]

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It’s been a bit of a wild ride for Meyer Optik, but probably not half as wild as for those who’ve backed their products and projects on Indiegogo and Kickstarter over the last couple of years. In August of this year, NetSE Group, the company behind Meyer Optik Grlitz, Emil Busch A.G. Rathenau, Oprema Jena, […]

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