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First Photos Shot on Kodak’s Rebooted TMAX P3200 Film

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Lead by spunky frontgirl Ashley Miles, Vinyl Rhino is my favorite cover band in Frederick, Maryland. For years, they’ve rocked our bars with high energy hits from the 80’s to what’s current. Saturday night they stopped by Champions and blew the roof off the place. I was there to capture ...

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Wedding Photographer Captures Owl ‘Attacking’ Best Man

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UK wedding photographer Stacey Oliver was photographing a castle wedding ceremony earlier this month when an owl was brought out to bring the rings down the aisle. Things didn’t exactly go according to plan, resulting in a series of very memorable wedding photos. The bride and groom, Jeni Arrowsmith and ...

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The Winning Photos of the 2017 Smithsonian Photo Contest

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Smithsonian.com has just announced the winning photos of its 2017 Photo Contest, the 15th edition of the contest. The grand prize winner this year was photographer Thong Huu for his photo above, titled “Breakfast at the Weekly Market.” “In northern Vietnam, people come to the weekly market to exchange goods ...

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RIP, Lytro: Light Field Camera Pioneer Officially Shuttering

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Goodbye, Lytro. The pioneering light field camera company has officially announced that it’s winding down operations. This comes just one week after it was reported that Google would be acquiring the company for somewhere between $25 million and $40 million. “It has been an honor and a pleasure to contribute ...

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How to Shoot Product Photos Using a $10 IKEA MELODI Lamp Shade

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Lighting equipment can be expensive, but sometimes you can get great results using makeshift products that won’t put a dent in your wallet. Here’s a 15-minute video from Dustin Dolby of workphlo that looks at how you can shoot high-quality product photos using something as basic as an IKEA MELODI lampshade. This ...

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