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How NASA’s Iconic ‘Earthrise’ Photo Was Shot

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“Earthrise” is an iconic photo of Earth rising up from the Moon’s horizon that’s considered one of the most important environmental photos ever made. Here’s a fascinating 3-minute visualization by NASA that recreates how the photo was shot in real-time. In December 1968, Apollo 8 crew members Frank Borman, James ...

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Leica is Selling M Camera LEGO Sets

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If you love both Leica and LEGO, today is your lucky day: Leica Store Miami has started selling Leica M camera LEGO kits that you build yourself. The resulting creations look like Leica’s revered rangefinder line. “This Lego Leica M Camera makes a great gift for the photography enthusiast,” Leica ...

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Ex-NASA Engineer Builds Glitter Fart Camera Trap for Package Thieves

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Wildlife photographers sometimes set up camera traps to capture images of elusive animals. Former NASA engineer Mark Rober recently spent months creating a glitter-bomb fart-spray camera trap to capture images of elusive package thieves. As the 11-minute video above shows, the results were glorious. Rober, who worked for NASA Jet ...

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These Portraits Were Made by AI: None of These People Exist

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Check out these rather ordinary looking portraits. They’re all fake. Not in the sense that they were Photoshopped, but rather they were completely generated by artificial intelligence. That’s right: none of these people actually exist. NVIDIA researchers have published a new paper on easily customizing the style of realistic faces ...

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Nikon: It’s the Z 6 and Z 7, Not Z6 and Z7

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One of the biggest announcements in the camera industry this year was the Nikon Z Series and its first two cameras, the Z6 and Z7. That’s how the camera models are usually spelled out when you see them across the Interwebs, but did you know that they’re officially the Z ...

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