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Photo Catches Photographer’s Flash Lighting a Portrait


Photographer Simon King was at a music event last year when he unintentionally snapped a photo at exactly the same time as the photographer in his shot. His photo managed to catch her flash lighting up the model she was photographing. King had been roaming about at the “AfroPunk Festival” ...

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iPhone Short Film Wins Prestigious Turner Prize


A short film shot entirely on an iPhone has won the prestigious 2018 Turner Prize in Britain. Established in 1984, the prize is presented every year to a British visual artist, and it’s the UK’s most publicized art award. Titled Bridgit and created by artist Charlotte Prodger over the course ...

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Peel-Apart Instant Film is Back, and It’s Called ONE INSTANT


Fujifilm killed off the last peel-apart instant film when it discontinued its FP-100C back in 2016 despite an effort from Impossible founder Florian Kaps to keep it alive. But now, two years later, Kaps has just announced the re-birth and re-invention of peel-apart instant film: it’s called ONE INSTANT. Developed ...

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Samsung Caught Using DSLR Photo to Fake Its Phone’s ‘Portrait Mode’


Smartphones are sometimes marketed these days as being capable of shooting “DSLR-quality photos.” Samsung went a step further: it was just caught using an actual DSLR photo to fake its smartphone’s “portrait mode.” Serbia-based photographer Dunja Djudjic was recently notified by the photo sharing service EyeEm that someone had licensed ...

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Photography: AI Everywhere


There are two major trends in photography today. The first is the ever-increasing numbers of photos being made. I can’t even be bothered to look up how many billions of photos are being uploaded to Instickrbook every minute or every day or every year. It’s a lot. This is usually ...

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