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This is the World’s Largest Wet Plate Collodion Photo


Wet plate collodion photographer Ian Ruhter has made a name for himself by pushing the boundaries of the medium. For his latest endeavor, Ruhter turned a 200-pound sheet of glass into the world’s largest wet plate collodion photo. The photographer and his team visited a forgotten town called Bombay Beach, ...

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Amazon Has $14 AmazonBasics Canon and Nikon Camera Batteries


Did you know that you can buy AmazonBasics-branded batteries for certain Canon and Nikon cameras on Amazon? They’re significantly cheaper than their Canon and Nikon-branded counterparts. AmazonBasics is Amazon’s private-label product line — you can find all kinds of electronics accessories at great prices. In recent times, Amazon has expanded ...

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Photographer Uses 1,000-Year Shutter Speed for 3018 Photo Exhibition


Talk about long-exposure photography: photographer Jonathon Keats has set up four cameras around Lake Tahoe for 1,000-year-long exposures. He has also booked space for an exhibition of the resulting photos in the year 3018. The project is all about “documenting the long-term effects of climate change in the Tahoe Basin,” ...

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DJI Demands Withdrawal of ‘Misleading’ Drone Strike Video


Last month, the University of Dayton Research Institute (UDRI) published an article and video showing what happens when a drone collides with an airplane wing at high speeds. The Chinese drone juggernaut DJI wasn’t pleased with the study: it’s demanding that UDRI withdraw the video and article, calling it “misleading.” ...

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Rock Star Jack White Launches Photo Lab and Studio


Rock star Jack White, best known as the singer and guitarist of The White Stripes, has launched a new photo lab and studio in Nashville, Tennessee. Called Third Man Photo Studio, the lab is now accepting film from photographers worldwide. White’s music label Third Man Records has physical retail locations ...

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Photo Memes May Be Making Teens Fat, Researchers Warn


Less than a month after Sweden’s ad regulator ruled that the distracted boyfriend photo is sexist, researchers in the UK are now warning lawmakers that viral Internet memes may be causing obesity in teenagers who see them. The concern was shared in a letter written by researchers at Loughborough University ...

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Beware: There’s a Blend Mode Bug in Photoshop CC 2019


Beware the Photoshop CC 2019 update! It does not come without bugs. When everyday tools do not behave the way they should, we should pay very close attention! With the latest update released earlier this week, Adobe released the latest versions of all the Creative Cloud apps, including the latest ...

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