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This Gender Reveal Sparked a 47,000 Acre, $8 Million Wildfire

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Gender reveal parties are becoming increasingly common in our social media age as expectant parents arrange elaborate celebrations to create photos and videos to share and enjoy for a lifetime. But some reveal ideas aren’t as smart as others — in fact, they can be disastrous. This 49-second video shows ...

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That Iconic ‘Migrant Mother’ Photo Was ‘Photoshopped’

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“Migrant Mother” by photographer Dorothea Lange is an iconic image of the Great Depression and one of the most famous photos in US history. But did you know that the photo was “Photoshopped”? In the new book exploring the photo titled “Dorothea Lange: Migrant Mother,” author and MoMA photography curator ...

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Mitakon Speedmaster 65mm f/1.4 Lens Unveiled for Fujifilm GFX

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ZY Optics has unveiled the new Mitakon Speedmaster 65mm f/1.4 lens for the Fujifilm G mount. It’s the fastest standard-length native lens available for Fujifilm’s GFX medium format mirrorless cameras. The manual-focus lens provides the rough equivalent of a 50mm field of view (in 35mm terms) when mounted on a ...

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Jackson Hole: Stop Tagging Locations

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There has been much discussion in recent days of how location tagging in social media is harming natural landmarks around the world. And now even authorities are taking a stand: the Jackson Hole Travel & Tourism Board in Wyoming has launched a new campaign against location tags. With the rise ...

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The Clever Street Photography of Alan Burles

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Alan Burles started as a art director in the early 1980s. After investing in a Olympus XA 35mm rangefinder, however, Burles started traveling everywhere with a pocket camera. Since 2005, he has been a full-time photographer, and his street photos are filled with clever illusions. “My 20 years in advertising ...

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Tricks Food Photographers Use to Make Food Look Delicious

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Food photographers have an arsenal of tricks up their sleeves to make food look delicious on camera. And more often than not, these hacks make use of non-edible products that aren’t appetizing. Blossom has created an eye-opening video that reveals the dirty (sometimes literally) little tricks of food photographers. Watch ...

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Can Hasselblad Compete Against Fujifilm in Medium Format?

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Hasselblad. The company that went to the moon. A company known for producing some of the most iconic cameras in history. Since 1948, when Hasselblad produced its first consumer camera, it has built a strong reputation within the industry. As with many companies, it has had a few bumps in ...

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Capture One 12 Brings a Redesigned UI, New Masking Tools, and More

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Phase One just launched Capture One 12, the latest major version of the popular RAW conversion, photo editing, and asset management software. “This release takes a top-down approach to streamline, modernizing, and improving the user interface to continue the program’s tradition of providing powerful features in a customizable, uniquely-configurable interface,” ...

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