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These Signed NatGeo Prints are On Sale Until Earth Day

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You can deny climate change, but you can’t deny that these are pretty sweet images. In honor of Earth Day, National Geographic Creative is holding a flash print sale of 22 different images by some of their top photographers. Did I mention the prints are signed? They make great gifts ...

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Are You Shadowbanned on Instagram? This Website Can Tell You

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Last month, we reported on how Instagram has apparently been “shadow banning” certain posts, preventing a photographer’s content from being discovered by others without the photographer knowing. If you’re curious about whether any of your photos have been shadowbanned, there’s a new web app that can check for you. The ...

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Sony Reveals 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 G Master Lens, Its Longest E-Mount Yet

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In addition to the impressive new a9 mirrorless camera, Sony also debuted a new lens today. Meet the brand-new 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 OSS G Master super telephoto zoom lens—the longest E-mount lens Sony has ever manufactured. The new lens—part of Sony’s flagship line of high-end G Master lenses—boasts “incredibly fast, precise ...

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Sony Unveils Blazing Fast a9: A 24MP Sports Camera that Shoots 20fps

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Holy frames per second Batman! Sony just raised the bar on high-speed sports photography with their latest “groundbreaking” (but actually) camera release. The newly-announced Sony a9 is a 24MP high-end full-frame mirrorless sports camera that can fire off an insane 20fps with no blackout. Sony is calling this “the most ...

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Great Tips and Advice for Photography ‘Noobs’

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Former DigitalRev host and photo industry personality (do we have those?) Kai Wong is setting aside the gear reviews for a minute to help out the photography “noobs.” If you’re a beginner, he’s got some great tips, advice, and inspiration for you. Kai squeezes a whole lot of advice into ...

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Flickr’s Main Site Now Displays Well on Mobile Devices (Finally)

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Over the past several years, the Web has been moving away from having separate website URLs for mobile and desktop versions and toward having a single “responsive” website that changes its look depending on what device you’re visiting with. Flickr today announced that its main website has finally caught up ...

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