Bannon Is 'Going Nuclear'
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The ousted White House chief strategist is back at Breitbart News, and he’s planning to make mischief.
What's the Point of Talking to Your Pet?
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The tendency to converse with dogs, cats, and hamsters says more about humans than it does about animals.
The Women Behind the 'Alt-Right'
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The overwhelmingly male crowd at the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville shouldn’t be seen as an absence of women in the movement overall.
Oldest Surviving Photograph of a U.S. President Has Surfaced
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The 1843 daguerreotype of John Quincy Adams was discovered by a descendant of Vermont Representative Horace Everett
The Nation's Official Memorial to Robert E. Lee Gets a Rewrite
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Days after the events in Charlottesville, the National Parks Service quietly changed its description of Arlington House, the Virginia mansion that Congress formally named in honor of the Confederate general.
AI Can Easily Erase Photo Watermarks: Here's How to Protect Yours
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Happy that your photos are safe online hidden behind aggressive watermarking? Maybe it's time to reconsider. New Google research shows that a lot of waterm
The Woman Who Paints the Backdrops Used by Top Photographers
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Sarah Oliphant is a backdrop painter working in New York City whose highly sought after $1,000+ backdrops are used by many of the world's top portrait phot
$11,000 Leica Noctilux lens shattered, or: Why you never check camera gear when flying
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If you've heard it once, you've probably heard it a thousand times: never check in your camera gear when flying. This shattered $11,000 lens is what can happen when you do.
Charlottesville Makes Strange Bedfellows Around the World
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Condemnation united Iran and Israel—and got the xenophobic National Front in France speaking out against white nationalism.
When Should Companies Dump White Supremacist Customers?
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Payment processors and web-hosting companies have been forced to reckon with the sometimes significant roles they play in hate groups' existence.
How to photograph the solar eclipse with your smartphone
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The Seattle area will get about a 90-percent eclipse of the sun on Monday, Aug. 21. Those who hope to capture the moment using their professional digital cameras have been warned to protect their camera lenses with proper solar filters.
Baby dolphin dies because tourists posed with it for selfies
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How far people would go for a selfie probably shouldn’t surprise me anymore. However, they seem to constantly push the boundaries. Earlier this month, a baby dolphin was stranded on a busy beach in Spain. Curious tourists passed the poor animal around to take photos with it, instead of contacting the authorities. Eventually, the dolphin died, due to a high level of stress. A marine wildlife rescue group Equinac shared the news, and strongly criticized the people for their acts. The baby dolphin
7 Tips for Shooting the Eclipse - Scott Kelby's Photoshop Insider
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Millions of Homes in America Will Go Dark Monday Afternoon, Are you ready? [guest post by Erik Kuna] Seriously, unless you’ve been living underneath a rock in the U.S.A (which might not be a bad thing lately) you know that there’s a total solar eclipse happening Monday for around four hours starting on the west […] The post 7 Tips for Shooting the Eclipse appeared first on Scott Kelby's Photoshop Insider.
Photos of the Week: 8/12–8/18
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The removal of Confederate statues in Baltimore, big waves in Brazil,  the World Jousting Championships in Australia, daily exercise at a pig farm in China, and much more.
this was a ... *sigh*
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A gentle reminder to take care of yourself.
Firmware: Sigma Updates the Brand New 24-70mm f/2.8 DG OS HSM Art.
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From Sigma: We would like to announce that a firmware update for the SIGMA 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | Art for SIGMA and CANON, as well as a firmware update for the SIGMA MOUNT CONVERTER MC-11 SA-E and
Matthews Grip Goes Mobile - MSE Rover Smartphone Cage | cinema5D
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With the Rover smartphone cage system, grip manufacturer Matthews Studio Equipment enters the world of smartphone filmmaking.
ACLU Suing City Over Pershing Square Photography Ban
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A coalition of 13 organizations claims the city's ban is unconstitutional.
This Oldest Surviving Photo of a U.S. President May Sell for $250,000+
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Back in March 1843, the sixth US president (serving from 1825?1829),
How Does Your Lens Affect Color In Photos?
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Have you ever noticed that lens descriptions sometimes refer to the ability to
‘A Warning to the Coming Times’
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More than 150 years after its publication, a poem hailing “The Death of Slavery” has deep resonance.
What Newspaper Photojournalists Get to Shoot in the Course of a Month
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My name is Robin Roots and I'm a photojournalist for
Video: Getting started with drone photography
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Drones can help photographers capture extraordinary images and video. Photographer Ant Pruitt details the top tips for optimizing aerial shots.
If you don't want to risk losing your data you need a good backup workflow
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There's one simple fact about hard drives. They're going to die. It's not a question of if, but when. And when it does happen, because it will, there's two things you can do. The first is that you could panic, research data recovery services and spend a small fortune trying to get the data back. Or, you can simply replace the dead drive and restore from backup. Personally I prefer the latter option, which means having a good backup workflow in place. Photographers and filmmakers create a lot of
American Marketing Casts Its Shadow
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The “Great American Eclipse” is a showcase for great (and sometimes not great) American branding efforts.
French president sues photographer for secretly photographing him on a vacation
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Unlike some previous French presidents, Emmanuel Macron demanded privacy while on vacation. However, this didn’t prevent a paparazzi photographer to stalk him around Marseillee. He even entered the president’s private property to take the photos, which was the last drop. After this, Macron reported him to the authorities, and he has filed a legal complaint. The president declined to reveal where he will spend the vacation. However, there was a word that he was staying in Marseille in a private v
Cheap purchases that will help improve your photography
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You don't have to empty your savings account to take your photography to the next level. These cheap buys cost about $50 or less, and come with outsized benefits for your photography.
10 Predictions About the Future of Photography
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How might photography evolve in the coming years and decades? The folks over at COOPH took a look at current trends and research projects to come up with 1
This $11,000 lens is exactly why you don't check camera gear when flying
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It should be pretty common knowledge by now that you don't check your delicate camera gear when flying. Ok, sometimes, you might no choice, especially if you fly Delta. But if the ability is there to carry it in your hand luggage, then do it. This was an expensive lesson to learn for one lady who recently brought her Leica M10 & 50mm f/0.95 Noctilux to Leica Store Manchester for repair. The $10,995 lens has been smashed, and the $6,895 camera now won't even turn on. Leica Store Manchester told P
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"Robin Hood of photography" scales skyscrapers for thrills and cash
The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Loose Bannon
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President Trump fired Steve Bannon, the former Breitbart editor who helped fuel Trump's rise.
How to Remove Purple and/or Green Fringe (Chromatic Aberrations) in Lightroom - Lightroom Killer Tips
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Greetings from beautiful Seattle, where today I?m wrapping up the last Lightroom seminar in my week-long West Coast visit. I?ve had such a great time so far ? seeing lots of familiar faces and making new friends along the way. I?ve got a red-eye flight home tonight where I?m gonna Zzzzzzzzz big time!
This 12 minute short film was all shot with a single static camera
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A One Shot Film, is a movie shot in one long take, by a single camera. Or, it's cut in such a way as to give the impression that it was. There have only been twenty movies ever shot in a single long take. And another seven that have been edited to look as if they were. While not feature length, this 12 minute short film written and directed by Ruben Östlund is an ambitious project. He made the most of what was then state-of-the-art 5K technology to shoot his main master shot. The pans and zooms
New Google research thwarts automatic watermark removal
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A team of Google researchers have found that slightly warping watermarks when embedding them into images can help prevent automatic removal.
Mobile Photography/Art Pic of the Day (621) via Instagram - TheAppWhisperer
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Here’s day six hundred and twenty one of our mobile photography/art Pic of the Day section via Instagram. Each day we will be selecting one image a day for our Pic of the Day section on Instagram with this hashtag ... Read more
Peaceful Family
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Glad to see this peaceful family at the evening hours in golden light at Aiguamolls
How to Turn Day Into Night in a Photo Using Photoshop
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In this 8 minute image manipulation tutorial, Colin Smith of photoshopCAFE utilises the little-used Lighting Effects filter in Photoshop to completely re-l
This is the oldest known portrait of a U.S. President
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There’s an interesting story about the oldest presidential portrait known so far. The sixth U.S. president John Quincy Adams sat for a photographer in August 1843, and the daguerreotype emerged in an antique shop in 1970, priced at 50 cents. Today it sits in the National Portrait Gallery as the oldest survived photo of an American president. However, today, almost 50 years later, another daguerreotype has appeared. It’s older, and it also seems to have an interesting story. The newly found dague
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It is ?De Rigueur? for serious landscape photographers on location to get up before dawn, having previously scouted the location, so as to arrive before sunrise. It is also a pre-requisite of being serious about your landscape photography to be set up an hour or so before sunset and then snap away until total darkness [Read More]