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Wedding Photographer Captures Owl ‘Attacking’ Best Man


UK wedding photographer Stacey Oliver was photographing a castle wedding ceremony earlier this month when an owl was brought out to bring the rings down the aisle. Things didn’t exactly go according to plan, resulting in a series of very memorable wedding photos. The bride and groom, Jeni Arrowsmith and ...

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RIP, Lytro: Light Field Camera Pioneer Officially Shuttering


Goodbye, Lytro. The pioneering light field camera company has officially announced that it’s winding down operations. This comes just one week after it was reported that Google would be acquiring the company for somewhere between $25 million and $40 million. “It has been an honor and a pleasure to contribute ...

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Here’s the Trailer for ‘Kodachrome’


Netflix purchased the rights for the upcoming movie Kodachrome in September 2017, and today it just released the film’s 2.5-minute trailer. The movie is a story that’s centered around the final days of Kodachrome film. The film stars Ed Harris as a bitter, dying old man who’s a seasoned photographer ...

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Huawei P20 Pro: Leica Triple Camera, ISO 102400, DxOMark Score of 106


The Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei has just unveiled the P20 Pro, a smartphone that “redefines intelligent photography.” The Leica triple camera onboard has trounced the other smartphones at DxOMark, scoring a highest-ever mark of 106. The P20 Pro is the world’s first smartphone to feature a Leica triple camera system. ...

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Moment Unveils Products for Shooting Cinematic Video with Phones


The mobile photography gear company Moment has just announced its first collection of products designed for shooting cinematic video on your phone. There’s a new Anamorphic Lens, iPhone X Battery Photo Case, Gimbal Counterweight, and Filter Mount. “Mobile filmmaking is exploding,” Moment says. “From Unsane to Youtube, creatives are using ...

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The iPhone’s Shutter Sound is a Canon


Here’s an interesting little factoid: did you know that the iPhone’s shutter sound was originally recorded from a Canon camera? Whenever you snap an iPhone photo (with your volume on) or capture a screenshot on a Mac, that shutter sound you hear is actually a Canon AE-1 film SLR camera ...

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