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These Epic Underwater Photos Were Shot Below Breaking Waves

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For his project “Below the Breaking Wave,” UK photographer Matt Porteous of Studio_M visited The Maldives in the Indian ocean and shot underwater photos directly beneath powerful breaking waves. The results are stunning. “I’ve always had a fascination with our world below the breaking waves,” Porteous writes. “To me, it ...

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This LEGO Kit is a Photographer’s Promo Mailer

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Every year since 2010, photographer Clint Davis has put together a creative promotional mailer to send out to current and prospective clients. This year he got playful and created a custom LEGO kit promo mailer. “Considering many of the people I do business with are extremely busy and surrounded by ...

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9 Portrait Location Ideas in 90 Seconds

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Sometimes the strangest or most mundane locations can make for compelling portrait environments. Mango Street made this short and sweet video in which it presents 9 portrait location suggestions in just 90 seconds. Here’s a rundown of the 9 places picked (watch the video for a full set of examples ...

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Ricoh’s New Camera SDKs Open the Door to 3rd Party Apps

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Ricoh has released the first-ever official software development kits (SDK) for Pentax cameras, opening the door to 3rd party apps for controlling the cameras remotely. Third-party developers and companies will now be able to easily write stable apps for Pentax cameras without having to reverse-engineer anything. Pentax’s official Image Transmitter ...

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Shooting Portraits of Sonoma County Wildfire Victims

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About six months ago, I created a portrait series titled Ashes Fell Like Snow, photographing people affected by the Northern California wildfires and gathering their stories to share with the world. Creating this collection of portraits required much effort in a short span of time. The evening of October 8th, ...

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