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Photographer Witnesses Nature’s Spectacular Light Show

With its name rooted in the Latin word for ‘sunrise’, the natural light phenomenon known as aurora has been the stuff legends and myth are made of, …

Experimental Photography by Xiao Yang

Love Letter, an experimental photo series.<p>Xiao Yang is a Beijing, China based photographer with a preference for night photography, light painting, …

365 Days of Diana Zalucky

Brazilian World Cup merchandise goes on sale - in pictures

Brazil is gearing up to host 600,000 foreign tourists for the 2014 World Cup, which kicks off on 12 June. All sorts of merchandise is being prepared for the football aficionados

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Fat-free chocolate and absolutely no smoking: why our guilt about consumption is all-consuming

From fear of being seen smoking to Starbucks' 'coffee karma', we've arrived at a cultural impasse as consumers. As 2014's Prix Pictet photography prize tackles the theme of consumption, Slavoj Žižektraces how we've ended up buying into lifestyles rather than living our lives<p>During a recent visit to …

London Pop-Up Restaurant Allows Patrons to Pay in Photos, Clever Advertising Stunt

There’s a growing concern among many in the industry that photography is having a harder and harder time putting food on the table, but that …

14 Fabulous Photography Freebies That Include E-Books, Courses and Presets

Freebie Friday has a nice ring to it, right? It would have made for a compelling title but we didn't want to keep you waiting till Friday for your …

Tutorial Shows Off Effective and Efficient Method of Smoothing Out Skin in Portraits

When retouching skin on a subject, there’s a fine balance to strike between smoothing out a rough skin texture and keeping the skin looking natural. …

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The amazing photography of Todd Baxter

Hard to believe that Todd Baxter is a photographer, not a photorealistic painter. What beautiful work. Juxtapoz has a feature on his "Owl Scouts" …

Prix Pictet photography award: no place for glamour

The Prix Pictet exists to honour the idea of the camera as a bearer of witness, says Rupert Christiansen<p>The Prix Pictet is an annual award for photography that has no truck with the glamour side of the business – celebrity portraits for Vanity Fair, fashion shoots for Vogue, paparazzi. Instead it …

Farm to table: Michael Schmidt exposes the reality of what we eat – in pictures

See where your food really comes from – and how our extreme consumption is changing the world – thanks to photographer Michael Schmidt, who has won the 2014 Prix Pictet for his series Lebensmittel or “foodstuff”. Schmidt spent seven years snapping factory farms and slaughterhouses, plus close-ups …

How I Shot Two Different Lighting Setups Simultaneously for Sports Illustrated

What can I say? What has been the best unexpected early birthday present you’ve ever gotten? For me, it happened last July when I got a call from …

Secret Finally Comes to Android

Secret, the app for anonymously sharing secrets, launched its long-awaited Android app Wednesday and rolled out new features to both iOS and Android …

Vimeo rolls out Copyright Match to find and remove illegal videos

Vimeo went many, many years without an automated copyright tool akin to YouTube's Content ID, but today the free-for-all is over. The video site has launched Copyright Match, a system that it says has been designed to "respect the boundaries of copyright law and the rights of other creators." In a …

Honda is making a luxury jet with really weird engines

Google Fiber: we don’t charge for peering, don’t have fast lanes

Google (S GOOG) used its Google Fiber internet access business Wednesday to chime in on the continuing debate around peering and internet fast lanes, …

Google Could Soon Put Ads Almost Everywhere–Even On Your Face

And on your refrigerator. And in your glasses. And in your car. And…<p>Google’s splashier investments–the self-driving cars, the cyborg face accessories, the “moonshots“–might grab all the headlines. As well they should! But it’s important to remember that the search giant’s more ambitious projects …

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We Saved Antarctica... Or Did We?

Nearly 30 years ago I led a campaign to save Antarctica. It was one of the best things I've ever done - because we won! It started when the Antarctic Treaty States decided to negotiate an agreement to allow oil, gas and minerals extraction, and ended with a 50-year moratorium on those activities. …

Has The End Of The Banana Arrived?

Researchers fear that a relentless and virulent fungus could cripple the world's banana monoculture<p>Two weeks ago, at a conference in South Africa, scientists met to discuss how to contain a deadly banana disease outbreak in nearby Mozambique, Africa. At fault was a fungus that continues its march …

Designing A 1,000-MPH Car

The long journey to make the fastest car on the planet<p>Apart from a brief break in the 1960s and 1970s, British engineering and drivers have played a dominant role in setting the land speed record in the fastest cars on the planet. Starting from Lydston Hornsted’s Benz No. 3, which broke the record …

Europa's Ocean May Be Biological Dead End

At first glance, it looks more like a freshly-fertilized chicken egg than Jupiter’s fourth largest moon. But Europa’s fractured brownish-colored surface also suggests activity beneath its icy shell. In fact, some astrobiologists think that underneath this frozen veneer, there may be an ocean of …

British Military Seeks A Hack-Proof, Quantum Physics-Based GPS

Such a location system would work underwater and indoors.<p>Your smartphone always knows where you are because it communicates with GPS satellites in space. But one day, perhaps, it won't need that anymore. Instead, it may figure out your location using the effects of gravity on atoms right here on …