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Interview With German Street Photographer Georgie Pauwels

Georgie Pauwels is a street photographer from Wuppertal, Germany. She is a computer scientist and love to travel a lot. Georgie loves to capture the …

Iceland – Through The Lens Of A Hungarian Photographer

In 2016 I quit my job. I was a mechanical engineer in the Nuclear Power Plant in Hungary. I worked in the primer circle, around the reactor. But I …

62 Photos Of Iceland To Inspire Your Next Adventure

Thank you to all the photographers that shared their gorgeous photos of Iceland in the Iceland The Beautiful Photo contest with chances to win a …

Breathtaking Image is Being Called “Most Beautiful Photo of Kyoto”

Renowned for its blossoming cherry trees, countless shrines and temples, and traditional architecture, Kyoto is one of Japan’s top travel destinations. Its bountiful beauty has been captured in a seemingly infinite amount of photos, but one picture-perfect snapshot has left the Internet in awe. …

Harvard is putting a 13 module photography course online for free

Four months ago, it was Stanford who made their photography course for free, and now comes Harvard’s turns. Harvard has an online learning platform – …

Photography

The Last Pebble: Pebble 2 review and commentary with MrMobile

Marking the end of an era, the Pebble 2 is the last of its kind, the last smartwatch from the now sold, but long-beloved company. Many Pebble fans may not even get their hands on the latest, and last smartwatch not made under the Fitbit brand.<p>In case you missed the news, Fitbit, one of the biggest …

Smartwatches

These photos Apple's first employees showed us from the company's earliest days are absolutely wonderful

The pair had successfully begun shipping their first computer, a naked circuit board called Apple I. It had neither a keyboard nor a screen, and functioned more as part of a kit that computer hobbyists could build into something more useful, if they knew what they were doing.<p>Two early Apple …