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Drone crashes in the audience during major league baseball game

This Sunday, a drone crash landed in the audience during a Major League baseball game. Arizona Diamondbacks and San Diego Padres played a game at Petco, when someone decided to fly a drone above the stadium. The aircraft hovered above the venue, and eventually ended up in the audience. Show More Summary

How to take sharp photos in the wind

Normally, if you’re using a tripod, camera shake isn’t something you’ll have to worry very much about. However, there are some obvious exceptions. If you’ve ever found yourself taking pictures in heavy winds, you’ll know the difficulties of capturing sharp photos — particularly if you’re using a telephoto lens. Show More Summary

DJI announces their smallest drone yet

According to the teaser video available on DJI’s website, they are just about to launch a new model of a drone. They’ve published a teaser video, which suggests that the drone will be smaller from its previous models. The teaser comes...Show More Summary

Hound Doc: 1943

September 1943. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. "A mechanic at the Greyhound garage." Photo by Esther Bubley for the Office of War Information. View full size.

67 Amazing Found Photos Document Everyday Life of South Carolina in the Late 19th Century

These amazing found photo from John Van Noate show people and their life in South Carolina in the late 19th century. See more »

These MIT cinematography drones get the perfect shot every time

Drone technology has come on so quickly in such a short space of time. Especially the camera technology. I’m not just talking about the quality of the optics and sensors, either. The “brains” behind the visual  systems in drones now is just nuts. Even modest consumer drones have facial recognition, subject tracking, and similar features. Show More Summary

Apples Alfresco: 1941

Circa 1941. From uncaptioned photos by Barbara Wright taken in an around Knoxville of various Tennessee Valley Authority flood control and hydropower projects, as well as the photographers picnicking on a mountain. View full size.

30 Fascinating Vintage Photographs of a Young Eric Clapton in the 1960s

While few would not agree that Eric Clapton is one of the finest guitarists of all time, it is sometimes forgotten just how pivotal, influential and downright startling his work was during the 1960s. And while in following decades Clapton...Show More Summary

“Mad God” is a stop-motion masterpiece made entirely by hand

When I was a kid, stop-motion was the thing. There were many cartoons made using this technique, and I was enchanted by them. I even tried doing it with my old camera and some toys, but of course, it didn’t look like I imagined. If you’re...Show More Summary

Why artists are never happy with their work and how to deal with it

How often do you think about your work: “oh, this just isn’t good enough?” How do you deal with it? Simon Cade from DSLR Guide talks about this problem in the latest video on the channel. He talks about that brilliant moment of inspiration...Show More Summary

DJI will severely limit your drone’s capabilities if you don’t register with them

DJI haven’t wasted any time, have they? No sooner did the FAA announce that hobbyists would no longer need to register their drones did DJI step in and say “Well, actually, you do”. DJI have announced that they’re going to be crippling drones pretty severely if they’re not registered with them. Show More Summary

3 powerful tricks that improve your fine art street photos and save you time

You don’t have time? Perfect, me neither! We both have one major challenge: time. While you may be reading this in an office right now, I write it in one as well: the EHS headquarters in Amsterdam. Producing fine art street photography...Show More Summary

Computer engineer bride has bridal photo shoot with guy friends, and the results are hilarious

I believe it’s hard to beat clichés when it comes to wedding photography. But Brazilian photographer Fernando Duque and witty bride Rebeca Brantes nailed it with Rebeca’s bridal photo shoot. She is a computer engineer surrounded by guy friends, so she couldn’t gather a bunch of girlfriends for the shoot. Show More Summary

Harbor Patrol: 1958

Richmond, California, circa 1958. "Harbor Patrol." Helming a Glasspar Seafair. 4x5 inch acetate negative from the Shorpy News Photo Archive. View full size.

Sexual Revolution – Check Out These 19th Century Photographs from Personal Collection of Sexologist Richard von Krafft-Ebing

Richard Freiherr von Krafft-Ebing (1840-1902) was an Austro-German psychiatrist. He published extensively on hypnosis, criminology, and sexual behavior. He is famous for his book Psychopathia Sexualis (1886), a study of "sexual perversity,"...Show More Summary

Want to make great travel videos? This series will teach you all about it

If you enjoy traveling, I’m sure you also enjoy taking travel photos. And if you want to make a step further and start shooting videos, you’ll see there are plenty of new things to learn. This is why Filmora has another fantastic tutorial for you. Show More Summary

Major General Horatio Gordon Robley with his collection of tattooed Maori heads, 1895

Horatio Gordon Robley (1840-1930) was a British army officer and artist who served in New Zealand during the New Zealand land wars in the 1860s. He was interested in ethnology and fascinated by the art of tattooing as well as being a talented illustrator. Show More Summary

Iceland Is Beautiful Except for the 2 Million Tourists

Cheap flights and 'Game of Thrones' conspired to make Iceland a trendy vacation destination. And the country's struggling to keep up. The post Iceland Is Beautiful Except for the 2 Million Tourists appeared first on WIRED.

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