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How realistic nature documentaries actually are?

Watching nature documentaries like BBC’s Planet Earth gives us an insight into the world of all kinds of animals. We feel that we get to know their world and the way they act in their habitats. But how exactly realistic these documentaries are? Simon Cade from DSLRguide discusses this topic in his video. Show More Summary

20 Slang Terms From The 1950s We Want Everyone To Start Using Again

Slang has always been the province of the young. Words come in and out of favor in direct proportion to the speed with which they travel through the age ranks. Once college kids know that high school kids are using a term, it becomes passe. Show More Summary

This DIY 90mm f/2.8 Petzval lens looks like it came straight off the production line

We’ve shown a few DIY lenses in the past, including a 3D printed lens. This one, though, really takes it to the extreme. Based on a Petzval design, Swedish camera maker Mats Wernersson built the lens completely from scratch. But looking at the final product, you’d never know it. Show More Summary

Japanese company creates world’s first spherical drone display

Japanese mobile phone carrier NTT Docomo Inc. has developed a drone that displays spherical images during flight, the first of this kind in the world. In the experimental flight, it displayed spherical images of the Earth or the company’s logo. Show More Summary

A review of the new Cactus X-TTL cross platform flash trigger firmware with HSS and TTL

One of the reasons I love shooting with Sigma camera bodies is the combination of the Foveon sensor that delivers great color and image detail with high quality and large aperture lenses like the Sigma 50-100mm f1.8 “Art.” that let me...Show More Summary

10 Tips for Stunning Flower Photos

Flowers are an extremely popular, and much loved photography subject. Photographing flowers is fun –and even though it’s extremely popular, there are plenty of unique photo opportunities available. From close-up macros to the softlyShow More Summary

This camera slider was made out of Lego bricks

When we were kids, most of us played with Legos. Now, as grown-ups, we play with cameras. Dutch filmmaker Victor Bart brought the toys of his childhood and adulthood together: he created an impressive camera slider almost entirely out of Lego parts. Show More Summary

How to photograph wine bottles with speedlights and a kit lens

If you’re looking to get into product photography, one of the things you’ll probably need to learn how to shoot is a bottle. Whether you’re photographing drinks products or not, glass is a subject you need to know how to work with. What...Show More Summary

45 Fantastic Color Photos Document Everyday Life of Korea in the Early 1950s

These photos are from Duffy'sTavern, and were taken mostly by US soldiers stationed in Korea during the war. Some were taken by Captain John Coupland III, but others by other soldiers. Refugees (or POWs) heading south in the winter of 1950-51 Seoul kids, 1950-52 Conscriptees in the winter of 1951 Delivering the wounded soldiers Mother and child in Daegu See more »

Sigma officially releases five new prime cinema lenses

  It’s been a while since Sigma announced their entrance into the world of cinema. After releasing the two announced zoom lenses, now their full-frame cinema primes are also available for preorders. There will be five lenses in the FF High-Speed Prime line: 20mm, 24mm, 35mm, 50mm, and 85mm. Show More Summary

Do you need permission to sell licenses for photos of people?

In general, you may photograph people in public. The use of those photographs can be restricted due to state privacy laws, often called the “right of publicity” or “misappropriation.” While the specifics of these laws vary by state,Show More Summary

House Overwhelmingly Passes Bipartisan Legislation on Selection Process for Copyright Register

The House of Representatives today approved by a vote of 378-48 the Register of Copyrights Selection and Accountability Act (H.R. 1695).  This bipartisan bill – introduced by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) and Ranking Member John Conyers, Jr. Show More Summary

Billy McClain: 1903

Washington, D.C., circa 1903. "Billy McClain." Noted entertainer and impresario (1866-1950) who started out in minstrelsy and whose interests eventually came to encompass boxing promotion and motion pictures. 5x7 glass negative from the C.M. Bell portrait studio in Washington, D.C. View full size.

54 Lovely Photos of Young Girls Dressed Up Exotic Costumes in the Early 20th Century

A lovely photo set of young girls in fancy costumes taken from between the 1900s to 1920s. They dressed up as an Arab girl, an Indian woman, or Pierrot... Another girls in a kimono with a fan, dressed up as a Chinaman, a fairy with a star in her hair, or as the Ace of Hearts... Take a look. See more »

Wrinkled Lincoln: 1957

From circa 1957 Columbus, Georgia, comes this uncaptioned snap of an accident's aftermath -- a wrinkled Lincoln coupe across from the Motor Mart. 4x5 inch acetate negative from the Shorpy News Photo Archive. View full size.

How to setup a simple home studio combining natural and continuous light

Setting up a home studio in a small space isn’t always easy. That’s especially true if you need to use it as a regular room, too. You need something that’s easy to setup and break down. But, if you have a space with a nice window orShow More Summary

11 Vintage Vibrator Ads To Make You Glad You Didn't Live Back Then

In the 19th century, as many as 75% of middle-class women were estimated to suffer from hysteria, but luckily medical science was there to help them. Doctors treated hysteria with "pelvic massage" until the patient reached "hysterical...Show More Summary

Chris Court and Eater Win Top Photo Honors at 2017 James Beard Awards

2 days agoArts / Photography : PDNPulse

The James Beard Foundation announced the winners of its annual media awards yesterday. Taste & Technique: Recipes to Elevate Your Home Cooking, photographed by Chris Court, won top honors in the Photography category. Eater was also honored...Show More Summary

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