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PIXEO is a Paid Crowdsourced Map of the Best Photo Spots


PIXEO is a new app that aims to make it easier for photographers to find great photo locations nearby. Photographers view, navigate, and contribute to an ever-growing global map of spots that currently features 10,000+ locations. “I wanted to spend my time shooting, not searching for things to shoot,” Canadian ...

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This Polar Bear Wants to be a Wildlife Photographer


Photographer and Nikon Israel Ambassador Roie Galitz was recently testing the new Nikon 180-400mm f/4 lens in Svalbard, Norway, when he came across a polar bear who dreams of being a wildlife photographer. “As a professional wildlife photographer, I travel to Svalbard often to shoot stills and video for magazines ...

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Ex-NFL Player Now a 6’5″, 300-Pound Sports Photographer


Walter Jones is a former NFL player for the Seattle Seahawks who was voted into the Hall of Fame in 2014, his first year of eligibility. After years of dominating other athletes, Jones now has a new passion: documenting them: he’s now one of the largest sports photographers you’ll ever ...

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Photo-a-Day Projects Improve Well-Being, Study Finds


Shooting a photo every day and then sharing it online improves your well-being. That’s what scientists found after studying a group of people who have committed themselves to photo-a-day projects (often referred to as “Project365“). The findings were just published in a paper titled “The daily digital practice as a ...

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This is the World’s First Gigapixel Timelapse


The UK contact lens retailer Lenstore has released the world’s first gigapixel timelapse. Titled 24 Hour London, the images show a view of England’s capital city over a period of 24 hours in February 2018. TechRadar reports that the project was a collaboration between Lenstore, photographer Henry Stuart of Visualise, ...

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