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The Winning Photos of the 2018 Nat Geo Photo Contest

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National Geographic just announced the winners of the prestigious 2018 National Geographic Photo Contest. Photographer Jassen Todorov stood out from nearly 10,000 entries and was honored with the top prize for his photo “Unreal,” which shows thousands of recalled cars sitting in a desert. The photograph was also the 1st ...

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Photo Catches Photographer’s Flash Lighting a Portrait

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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

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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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Tumblr to Ban Adult Content, Including Artistic Nude Photography

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The popular blogging platform Tumblr has announced that starting on December 17th, 2018, it will permanently ban all adult content and nudity. That includes artistic nude photos published by professional photographers. The move is seemingly in response to Tumblr’s official app being banned from Apple’s iOS App Store in November ...

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How Peter Jackson Colorized 100-Year-Old WWI Footage

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Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson is out with a new highly-acclaimed World War I documentary titled They Shall Not Grow Old. Here’s a 5-minute look at how Jackson colorized 100-year-old footage to give the world a fresh look at the Great War. “To memorialize these soldiers a hundred ...

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