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This Photographer Restores Forgotten Veterans’ Tombstones


Nearly 10 years ago, photography enthusiast Andrew Lumish visited an old cemetery in Tampa, Florida, to shoot photos of historic graves. He was struck by how derelict some of the veterans’ forgotten headstones were… so he decided to do something about it. Lumish put down his camera and began visiting ...

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10 Tips to Take Your Landscape Photos to the Next Level


My name is Albert Dros, and I’m a professional landscape photographer from the Netherlands. This article is both for beginners and advanced landscape photographers. I figured I’d list some tips to hopefully give you some inspiration and give you some new options to try out in your landscape photography. In ...

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US to Require Social Media Usernames of All Visa Applicants


The United States has just proposed new rules that would require all visa applicants to provide their social media usernames from the past 5 years. If you’re thinking of visiting or moving to the US, you may soon have to be okay with officials flipping through your online photos. We ...

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NiSi Prosories P1 Brings Square Filters to Smartphones


The Chinese optical accessory company NiSi has launched a new line of smartphone optical accessories called Prosories. The new Prosories P1 is a kit that brings a number of square filters to the smartphone. The kid revolves around a special filter holder and smartphone clip. Rotate the holder onto the ...

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This is the Power of Canon’s 120MP Camera Sensor


Canon has just released this new 3-minute video showing the power of its 120-megapixel CMOS sensor, which it first announced in September 2015 and then showed off at an expo in May 2016. The sensor is called the 120MXS, and it has an ultra-high-resolution of 13280×9184, or about 60 times ...

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