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Watch This X-Wing Make It To Space In Star Wars Premiere Ticket Bid

An X-Wing has made it to space in real life, thanks to a project by a two-person space photography outfit from Essex, UK launched as an attempt to get tickets to the Star Wars: The Force Awakens VIP premiere. Project Helium Tears, which...Show More Summary

Best of the Week: Star Wars, Photography, Tech News and more

It's time for our best news of this week. We have a lot of graphic and web design, a bit of architecture, ads, tech news, awesome reads and other crazy stuff! So take a look at the links we've selected for your inspiration and to keep you updated about what's going on out there! We want to give a big thanks to our sponsors: Brand Me Crypto. Show More Summary

SWCA: Details on Gareth Edwards Standalone Star Wars Film 'Rogue One'

The secret is out. Director Gareth Edwards came to Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim today to reveal certain details. It is currently in pre-production and will start photography in the United Kingdom in the summer and then placed around the world. Show More Summary

Review: ‘Personal Correspondents: Photography and Letter Writing in Civil War Brooklyn’

3 weeks agoNews : NYTimes: News

Letters, period souvenirs and printed texts from Brooklyn soldiers come to light in this show at the Brooklyn Historical Society.

Museums And Galleries Shutter As Yemen’s Political Unrest Turns To War

“Yemen’s artists, with photography a prominent art form that has produced several significant female photographers, were still working and producing interesting art, curators say. But ‘it is quite a challenge to be an artist in the country.'”

'Captain America: Civil War' Official Synopsis Revealed & Start Date

According to Collider, principal photography on Captain America: Civil War commences on April 1st down in Atlanta. Casting notices for extras (with many ethnicities being sought) have gone out in Atlanta with a shooting date of April...Show More Summary

Don Unrau

2 months agoArts / Photography : Verve Photo

War Museum, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 2014 Don Unrau (b.1950, USA) studied fine art and photography at the University of Colorado. In 1984, using the documentary form and his interest in post war Vietnam narratives; he began work on War Story, a portrait series of Vietnam veterans. In 1989, he was chosen for an […]

Micro Week 2015: Exploring Curbed's Smallest Towns and Neighborhoods, From Sherwood Forest to Ramblersville

Sherwood Forest is San Francisco's smallest neighborhood. Photo by Patricia Chang Photography Miami's Star Island is home to some of the city's biggest abodes and wealthiest real estate wars, but it's also the city's smallest neighborhood. Over in San Francisco,...

Why executives at Kodak were so miserable when the Polaroid camera was invented

Excerpt from A Triumph of Genius: Edwin Land, Polaroid and the Kodak Patent War By Ronald K. Fierstein. Polaroid and Eastman Kodak, two giants of the photography industry, had enjoyed a long and mutually beneficial relationship for decades. Show More Summary

Chrysler Museum commemorates Abraham Lincoln with two shows honoring great American leader

3 months agoArts : Artdaily

In conjunction with the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War, the Chrysler Museum presents two photography exhibitions exploring the life and legacy of President Abraham Lincoln (1809?1865). Shooting Lincoln: Photography and...Show More Summary

Conflict, Time, Photography

Photographs taken seven months after the fire bombing of Dresden are shown alongside those taken seven months after the end of the First Gulf War. Images made in Vietnam 25 years after the fall of Saigon are shown alongside those made in Nakasaki 25 years after the atomic bomb. Show More Summary

Berlin Briefs: The Works International Reps ‘Elstree 1976?; Content Media Searches ‘Deep Web'; Sierra/Affinity Visits ‘Manchester-By-The-Sea’

The Works International will handle worldwide rights starting in Berlin on Elstree 1976, a documentary about the effect that Star Wars had on the lives of those involved in even the slightest of roles. Principal photography is complete, and following a Kickstarter campaign, the film is currently in postproduction. Show More Summary

Latest Drone Photography You Have To See To Believe

We’ve written previously about how drones will impact future wars, and various other industries, but drones have lighter uses as well, Today, we’re going to take a look at some recent, amazing videos that’ve been recorded using some of the latest UAV tech that’s out there. Show More Summary

Photography exhibition explores emotional, psychological impact of war

3 months agoArts : Artdaily

Past and present connect in a selection of photographs of American servicemen and women dating from the Civil War to recent conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. American Soldier opened at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City on Jan. Show More Summary

From the 1850s to Instagram: Brian Gaberman, Thomas Campbell and Ray Barbee on Finding Soul in the Digital Age

Earlier this season, Element released a mini-documentary about photographer Brian Gaberman dubbed “The Road to Wolfeboro.” Given carte blanche by the brand, Gaberman implemented Civil War era photography techniques to capture the rural… The...Show More Summary

Palm Springs Art Museum features photography exhibition

4 months agoArts : Artdaily

Palm Springs Art Museum is presenting an exhibition of artist Jennifer Karady, who has developed a series of photographs that relate the experiences of U.S. veterans from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan while making evident the human cost of their service to our country. Show More Summary

This Trove Of Original Star Wars Kenner Toy Photography Is Amazing

4 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

For children of the 70's and 80's, Kenner's Star Wars lines are some of the most iconic toys ever made. A lot of what made them so memorable were the Kim David McNeill Simmons' (and earlier Roy Frankenfield's) photography which graced every box - and now you can see the High-Res original photos online. Read more...

Canon Rumored to Dominate the Megapixel War Once Again. Nikon and Sony to be left behind?

Photography newcomers may not be aware, but until 2012 a fierce war took place. A war that lead to the demise of many loved cameras and the birth of many more advanced models – the megapixel war (or the ultrapixel war). Temporarily put to rest with the release of Nikon’s record-smashing 36MP D800, it seems that the [...]Show More Summary

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