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BBC Wildlife Film Crew Intervenes to Save Trapped Penguins


One of the cardinal rules of documentary wildlife photography and filmmaking is to not interfere with the natural course of events in the scenes and situations you’re trying to capture on camera. A BBC wildlife film crew decided to break that rule by coming to the rescue of trapped penguins. ...

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Does This Rhino Drone Video Help or Hurt Conservation?


22-year old professional drone racing pilot Johnny Schaer has built a strong social media following on Instagram and YouTube with visually stunning video capture from his custom built drones. His skill level is piloting the drone is jaw dropping, and his scene visualization and video editing skills are also really ...

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Instagram is Deleting Fake Followers and Likes


Instagram influence is worth big money these days, and many users have turned to third-party services to gain fake followers and likes. If you’re one such user, here’s some bad news: Instagram is now wiping out the artificial numbers that you may have paid money to get. “Recently, we’ve seen ...

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Racecar Goes Airborne and Slams Into Photographers’ Box


There was a terrifying crash at the Macau Grand Prix on Sunday. 17-year-old Formula 3 driver Sophia Floersch crashed, went airborne, and slammed directly into a photographers’ box. And it was all caught on camera. The video above and the two below show the 168mph (270km/h) wreck from different angles. ...

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Man in Bunny Ears Wanted in Deer Camera Thefts


Now here’s a strange tail tale: a man wearing bunny ears is wanted for questioning in South Carolina in connection to a series of deer camera thefts. The Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office shared an unusual post on Facebook on November 16th asking the public for help in identifying the man ...

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The Winners of the British Wildlife Photography Awards 2018


The British Wildlife Photography Awards recently announced the winners of its 2018 contest to celebrate the work of both amateur and professional photographers in capturing the beauty and diversity of British wildlife. The top prize was won by photographer Paul Colley with his photo “Contrails at Dawn (Daubenton’s Bats)” captured ...

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This Negative Mural Can Be Developed by Inverting Your Photo


Colombian graffit artist Sepc recently created an mural showing a woman snapping a Polaroid picture. But it’s unusual in that it’s a negative: you can see the normal “positive” version by snapping a photo of the mural and then inverting it. Here’s what the mural above looks like when you ...

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