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This Documentary Film Exposes How People Cheat at Instagram


#followme is a new documentary film about Instagram released on Instagram. The 49-minute film aims to expose the “lawless economics of Instagram,” diving into the “shocking” world beneath the surface of a photo-sharing social network that’s home to 1 billion active users. Created by the Dutch public broadcaster VPRO, the ...

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This Microbiologist Can Spot Your Fake Photos


When National Geographic published Beth Moon’s images of “the world’s oldest trees by starlight,” seasoned astrophotographers like Adrien Mauduit cried foul. Not only were sections of the sky cloned, but specific stars were appearing in portions of the sky that were physical impossibilities. As other astrophotographers chimed in, a microbiologist ...

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Photographer Lisa Saad Stripped of Awards in Photo Stealing Scandal


Controversy erupted back in February after it was discovered that award-winning Australian photographer Lisa Saad had won numerous prestigious photo contests with images that may have been created using other photographers’ photos. A number of major organizations have now decided to strip Saad of her prizes and memberships. Photo Stealers ...

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You Can Now Buy the First 1TB microSD Card


Want to shoot high-res photos and 4K video all day on a single microSD card? SanDisk just launched the world’s first 1 terabyte microSD card. With a UHS speed class of 3 (U3) and a video speed class of 30 (V30), the card is ready to handle 4K UHD video ...

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