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BUTTER GRIP Offers 3D-Printed Grips for Classic Film Cameras


Shoot a classic film camera but wish it had better ergonomics? BUTTER GRIP is a new line of 3D-printed grip attachments designed specifically for a large number of vintage cameras. The brand is the brainchild of photographer Ethan Moses, the guy behind the 3-printed Cameradactyl 4×5 field camera. “So far ...

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This Gender Reveal Sparked a 47,000 Acre, $8 Million Wildfire


Gender reveal parties are becoming increasingly common in our social media age as expectant parents arrange elaborate celebrations to create photos and videos to share and enjoy for a lifetime. But some reveal ideas aren’t as smart as others — in fact, they can be disastrous. This 49-second video shows ...

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That Iconic ‘Migrant Mother’ Photo Was ‘Photoshopped’


“Migrant Mother” by photographer Dorothea Lange is an iconic image of the Great Depression and one of the most famous photos in US history. But did you know that the photo was “Photoshopped”? In the new book exploring the photo titled “Dorothea Lange: Migrant Mother,” author and MoMA photography curator ...

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Jackson Hole: Stop Tagging Locations


There has been much discussion in recent days of how location tagging in social media is harming natural landmarks around the world. And now even authorities are taking a stand: the Jackson Hole Travel & Tourism Board in Wyoming has launched a new campaign against location tags. With the rise ...

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Capture One 12 Brings a Redesigned UI, New Masking Tools, and More


Phase One just launched Capture One 12, the latest major version of the popular RAW conversion, photo editing, and asset management software. “This release takes a top-down approach to streamline, modernizing, and improving the user interface to continue the program’s tradition of providing powerful features in a customizable, uniquely-configurable interface,” ...

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COOPH’s $440 Photo Vest Has Built-In Heating


The photography apparel and accessory company COOPH has announced a new photo vest for feature- and fashion-conscious photographers. It’s a high-tech reinvention of the classic photo vest that has built-in heating. The traditional photo vest “is an iconic garment unchanged for 80 years, but what they offer in functionality they’ve ...

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There’s Now a Museum of Selfies in Hollywood


The word “selfie” has exploded into mainstream culture over the past decade as more and more people around the world shoot and share self-portraits using their smartphone’s front-facing camera. And now the selfie has just unlocked a new achievement: it has its own museum. The Museum of Selfies has opened ...

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Renowned Chinese Photojournalist Lu Guang Goes Missing in China


One of the most famous Chinese photojournalists has gone missing in China, and there are reports that he was arrested by government security officers. Lu Guang, who has won some of photography’s most prestigious awards for documenting social issues in China, was visiting the Xinjiang region in northwest China when ...

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