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Top 10 Compact Cameras for Travelers

Upgrade your travel photos with these lightweight cameras that pack a punch.<p><i>Tom O'Brien is a mechanical engineer and the photo engineer for</i> National Geographic <i>magazine. He designs and builds custom equipment for the photographers of the magazine. You can follow him on Instagram @Mechanicalphoto.</i>

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Our All-Time Favorite Volcano Pictures

National Geographic digs into its archives to find the most stunning and surprising photographs of volcanoes around the world.

Nightcrawler review – Gyllenhaal hits career high

A creepy, gaunt Jake Gyllenhaal plays a sociopath with a scanner and a video camera in Dan Gilroy’s gripping LA drama<p>Jake Gyllenhaal gives the best performance of his career in this gripping LA drama from screenwriter-turned-director Dan Gilroy. He plays the gaunt and creepy Lou Bloom, a grade-one …

This Might Be The Most Horrific Single Atrocity ISIS Has Ever Committed

<b>Warning: This article contains images and descriptions of extreme violence.</b><p>Islamic State militants drove 600 Shia, Christian, and Yazidi male prisoners into the middle of the desert, lined them up along the edge of a ravine, and executed them at point blank range, according to a report by Human …

Goodbye Canon, Hello Olympus OMD E-M5 – Switch to Mirror-less for Travel Photography

The heat beats down on me through the blue heavenly skies above me as I climb. I climb up the mountain slowly with many steps to go to reach 400 …


This Is The Suicide Info Whisper Gave To The Department Of Defense

Last month, the Guardian did a hard-hitting piece on Whisper, reporting that the start-up that offered users the cover of anonymity to voice their deepest secrets was actually tracking interesting users, storing user data and making it searchable for editorial and research use by outside …