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Photographer Noah Kalina Has Shot a Selfie Every Day for 20 Years Now

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Before photo-a-day selfie timelapses were a popular project, photographer Noah Kalina helped the concept explode into mainstream awareness with his viral 2006 video titled “everyday.” Kalina hasn’t stopped since, and his latest video features 20 years of his life passing in 8 minutes. Kalina in January 2000 (left) and Kalina ...

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A Bell Isn’t a Bell Until It Rings

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The scene through the viewfinder was one of pastoral beauty: a thatched and jettied cottage, with colorful Gertrude Jekyll borders full of Lupins. As my eyes drank in the peached colors of summer, a single press of the shutter button on my camera brought me tumbling back into the splintered ...

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This is the Most Iconic Image of the Australian Wildfires

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As bushfires consume nearly 20 million acres in Australia, killing 24 people and an estimated one billion animals, it seems somewhat trivial to contemplate which image will end up defining and representing this apocalyptic event – especially considering the dry season will continue for a few more months. The scope ...

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Could China Take Over the Camera Industry?

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After the Second World War, if you were a professional photographer, then you would have used cameras from companies like Hasselblad and Leica. Photojournalists tended to shoot predominantly with Leica cameras, and they were essentially the standard. This was predominantly due to the smaller, lighter form factor when compared to ...

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Instagram is Now Hiding Photoshopped Photos

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In an effort to combat misinformation and fake news, Instagram recently rolled out a new feature that flags fake photos. But now some photographers are wondering whether the system is going too far and making it harder to share and view certain types of photography. San Francisco-based photographer Toby Harriman ...

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Could China Take Over the Camera Industry?

After the Second World War, if you were a professional photographer, then you would have used cameras from companies like Hasselblad and Leica. Photojournalists tended to shoot predominantly with Leica cameras, and they were essentially the standard. This was predominantly due to the smaller, lighter form factor when compared to ...

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