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Bee Movie: 1939

July 1939. "The main street, Fayetteville Street, of Siler City, North Carolina." Photo by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration. View full size.

Landslides hit Japan

Dozens of people, including children, were killed in Japan when destructive landslides hit Hiroshima. Triggered by torrential rains, the landslide buried people alive as they slept in their homes. The search for survivors in the mud-ravaged hillside continues as over 50 people are feared missing. Show More Summary

A moment of stillness

The story behind a remarkable photo taken during protests over Michael Brown's death in Ferguson, Missouri.

UPS Store Malware Likely Hit Many Other Companies

The U.S. government said the credit-card-stealing Backoff malware that hit UPS Stores had infected many other companies.

Brief encounter with a fleeing Yazidi

I remember the scene well. It was the day that I arrived at the Iraqi-Syrian border crossing of Fishkhabour. With shocked, sunburnt faces, men, women and children in dirt-caked clothes were struggling in temperatures of over 45 degrees Celsius (113 Fahrenheit), waiting patiently for local Kurdish aid.

Steve Pamp: Tintypes of Gravestones: Colorado Front Range

Steve is a photographer in Colorado, and a Project 52 A […] Categories: Featured LE News and Info PROJECT "52" Seen & Noted (Read more...)

Produce Exchange: 1904

1904. "Produce Exchange, New York, N.Y." George Post's commodity exchange on Broadway, completed in 1884 and the subject of an article in yesterday's New York Times. 8x10 inch glass negative, Detroit Publishing Co. View full size.

Hasselblad unveils pixel-shifting 200MP H5D-200c MS

Hasselblad has taken another step towards the total switch to CMOS sensors with the introduction of new multi-shot versions of the company’s H5D 50c, including a model that outputs images of up to 200 million pixels. The H5D-50c MS and...Show More Summary

Five & Dime: 1939

July 1939. "Appliqued embroideries for sale on street in front of ten cent store. Saturday afternoon. Siler City, North Carolina." Medium format negative by Dorothea Lange for the Farm Security Administration. View full size.

US Copyright Office: Photos Taken by Animals Have No Copyright. Nor Do Photos Taken by God.

Two weeks ago, the story of the selfie-taking monkey gave me what I had thought was the best article title I was ever going to get to right. I was wrong. This is the best article title that I’ve ever gotten to write. For those who missed it, around the beginning of this month Wikipedia [...]Show More Summary

Pics.io, a browser-based Raw editor built on Google Drive, goes live with public beta

Ukrainian start-up Pics.io is hoping to change your photography post-processing workflow with its new browser-based Raw editing and organization service. Using WebGL technology to harness the power of your computer’s graphics card, Pics.io is able to offer Raw image editing and management for Canon, Nikon, Sony and Olympus Raw files right in your web browser. Read more

Two Birds: 1920s

Washington, D.C., 1920s. "Gaynor, John F., Mrs." Who looks like someone you would want to have at your party. Harris & Ewing glass negative. View full size.

Essential Night Landscape Photography Tips from Chris Burkard

Today’s post comes from extraordinary surf and landscape photographer Chris Burkard, who was recently featured by Smugmag’s short film, Arctic Swell. Chris has made it his life’s work to find wild, remote destinations and then capture the juxtaposition of humans in these environments. The world is an oftentimes harsh, humbling, and magical place, and Chris [...]Show More Summary

Minecraft Fails PS4 Certification

The 4J Studios PS4 port of Minecraft failed Sony's certification, and the developer will likely need to delay the anticipated port.

A Collection of Cheery Flower Photos to Brighten Your Day

Over the last few weeks I’ve been featuring different colors as the weekly theme. To change it up a bit this week, and enjoy every last minute that summer brings us, I’ve rounded up some lovely cheery flower photos for you. Who doesn’t...Show More Summary

The Two Mae's, Real BFF's

My mom's 90th birthday is next Tuesday. Her quilting buddies had a birthday brunch for her in Columbusyesterday, and I was fortunate enough to be invited. I was extremely blessed with the parents God saw fit to provide me with. I realized very early that I didn't have the complaints that most of my friends had about their parents. Show More Summary

Reliving the past

How does one illustrate the centenary of a war that changed global history?

Quick Review: Zenfolio's Photograher Central

Recently, Zenfolio announced its newest online venture, Photographer Central - an online directory of photographers. This website promises to bring customers in direct contact with local photographers while making the search free and easy to use. Does it live up to its claims? We took the service for a test spin. Read more

Unforgiven: The Cinematography of Jack N. Greene

Last year, actor Ken Watanbe starred in the Japanese remake of a film called Unforgiven. Though it may have had a limited release, its reception wasn’t diminished in the slightest. Acclaimed by critics worldwide, Yurusarezaru mono continued the cinematic relationship between samurai epics and spaghetti westerns at full ignition; the tradition’s beginnings are rooted in [...]Show More Summary

Why The Non-Redundable Photography Deposit Is A Myth

About a year ago I received an email with some bad news from a client. “Dear Jeff– I just wanted to let you know that Gwen and Peter have called off their engagement and will not be getting married in September. The news comes as quite a shock to us, but Gwen claims it’s for [...] The post Why The Non-Redundable Photography Deposit Is A Myth appeared first on DIY Photography.

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