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23 Fascinating Photographs Capture Daily Life in Russia Just After the Collapse of the Soviet Union

These fascinating color photos were made by a French photographer Jean-Paul Guilloteau, who visited Russia right after the collapse of the USSR. For most Russians these shots will cause nostalgic feelings. The photos show the Russian...Show More Summary

Tips for Shooting Landscape Photography Towards the Sun

Avoid photographing towards the sun is one of the most common tips you’ll hear for landscape photography. In fact, it’s a tip that I’ve shared previously myself. While it’s not without a reason that’s it’s a well-known tip, it might not be as relevant today as it was several years ago. Show More Summary

Travel back to 1994 with this video Apple QuickTake 100 shooting experience

Long before we started discussing whether iPhone can replace compact or DSLR/mirrorless cameras, Apple released QuickTake 100. It was launched in 1994 and was one of the first successful consumer digital cameras. Lazy Game Reviews travels back in time and brings you an unpacking video and a review of this retro treasure. Show More Summary

Flying a drone above the new apple headquarters will most likely be its last flight

There are some things which you think would be obvious. Like walking out into a busy road full of cars, putting your hand in an alligator’s open mouth, or flying your brand new drone over Apple’s shiny new campus – officially dubbed “Apple Park”. Show More Summary

This crypto-art rose is the most valuable virtual art, sold for $1 million

While some of us still struggle to embrace the concept of cryptocurrencies, the others are taking a step forward and merging it with art. Artist Kevin Abosch brought blockchain technology and photography together and created a piece of digital art titled Forever Rose. Show More Summary

Man arrested after posting photo of a rifle on Instagram, captioned “Thinking about finally going back to school”

The mass shooting at a Florida high school last week shook up the USA as well as the rest of the world. A man from Texarkana, Texas apparently tried making a cruel joke out of it, and it sent him straight to jail. 24 years old RickyShow More Summary

41 Beautiful Portrait Photos of Young Ladies That Defined American Glamor in the 1970s

Al Pike is an American self-taught photographer purchasing his first 35mm camera while in the U.S. Air Force stationed at Torrejon Air Base near Madrid, Spain. Since retiring he is focusing on the artistry of digital photography with a Nikon DSLR. Show More Summary

55 Extraordinary Kodachrome Slides That Reveal Everyday Life of the U.S in the 1940s

Charles Weever Cushman (1896-1972) is an amateur photographer and Indiana University alumnus, bequeathed approximately 14,500 Kodachrome color slides to his alma mater. His photographs bridge a thirty-two year span from 1938 to 1969,...Show More Summary

Anytown, USA

"Aerial view of Xxxxx." Who'll be the first tell us where we are? View full size.

Memory Lane: Reviewing the Apple QuickTake 100, Apple’s First Digital Camera

3 days agoArts / Photography : PDNPulse

Throwback. The post Memory Lane: Reviewing the Apple QuickTake 100, Apple’s First Digital Camera appeared first on PDNPulse.

Images leaked of the upcoming Tamron 70-210mm F/4 Di VC USD lens

Nokishita seems to be on a roll lately. More leaks than a screen door on a submarine. This time it’s the impending Tamron 70-210mm f/4 Di VC USD lens. But Nokishita aren’t the only people who’ve managed to get their hands on some. Canon Watch has also released a different set of leaked images. Show More Summary

Kai’s top reasons why 40mm is the ultimate lens for street photography

What is the best street photography lens? Is it 50mm, 35mm, or perhaps 28mm? Well, maybe it’s something in between. In this video, Kai Wong grabs a 40mm pancake lens and hits the streets on Pancake Day. He gives you a few reasons why...Show More Summary

Wedding photographer takes photos of bridesmaids’ cleavage and bums, gets sued by the couple

Choosing a wedding photographer is an important task, but it sometimes happens that couples get unsatisfied with the results. A couple from Bollington, Cheshire accused their wedding photographer of not capturing the couple as much as the bridesmaids’ cleavage and bums. Show More Summary

This huge NASA 2540mm f/8 mirror lens is STILL up for sale at $28,000

Way back in 2015, just a couple months shy of three years ago, we told you about a pretty insane lens that went up for sale on eBay. That lens is a massive 2540mm lens used by the likes of NASA to track the Saturn V rocket launch during Apollo and other programs. Show More Summary

dPS Writer’s Favourite Lens: Canon 100mm Macro

The Canon 100mm macro lens was on my Want List for such a long time, next to the Canon 10-22mm Ultra Wide-Angle. Oddly, once I did get it, I never used it, and it sat gathering dust in the cupboard for a couple of years. Now it is my...Show More Summary

"We Can Do It!" – Met the Woman Who Inspired the Famous Wartime Propaganda Poster in World War II

In 1942, Pittsburgh artist J. Howard Miller was hired by the Westinghouse Company's War Production Coordinating Committee to create a series of posters for the war effort. One of these posters became the famous "We Can Do It!" image—an...Show More Summary

Elko Depot: 1940

March 1940. "Railroad station. Elko, Nevada." Medium format negative by Arthur Rothstein for the Farm Security Administration. View full size.

Four-Year-Old Boy of East Germany Is Tossed by His Father Into a Net Held by Firemen Across the Border in West Berlin, 1961

Four-year-old Michael Finder of East Germany is tossed by his father into a net held by residents and firemen across the border in West Berlin. The father, Willy Finder, then prepares to make the jump himself. Pictures taken from the booklet “A City Torn Apart: Building of the Berlin Wall”. Show More Summary

Great Food Photography Tips

3 days agoArts / Photography : PDNPulse

From staging to lighting, these six quick tips will make your food photography mouth-watering. The post Great Food Photography Tips appeared first on PDNPulse.

Love Among the Ruins: Happy Blitz Weddings in London, 1940

Not much would keep the Londoners down... Ena Squire-Brown, an international dancer famed for her Dove Dance, leaves her recently bombed home for St George's Church in Forest Hill, to marry Royal Air Force flying officer J.C. Martin in 1940. Show More Summary

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