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Innovative Photographer Shows Us How to Make Indoor Clouds

Seeing a perfectly-formed cloud indoors can be a jarring sight. For Dutch photographer Berndnaut Smilde, it’s a living. Since 2010, he’s been working …

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Special Effects Artist Uses VFX to Turn His 3-Year-Old Into ‘Action Movie Kid’

What happens when you combine the imagination of a three-year-old with the talents of a father who is a special effects artist? You get “Action Movie …

Photog Drills Through His iPhone’s Camera to Make Lanyard in Cringeworthy Fake DIY

I’m a self-described Apple fanboy, and even I found this funny, but if you’re adverse to seeing beautifully engineered tech destroyed before your …

New York City Meets London in Beautifully Composed Double Exposure Photographs

Late in 2012, photojournalist Daniella Zalcman moved from New York City to her new home in London. Zalcman adores both cities for, among other …

Street Photographer Takes His Craft Into the Video Game World of GTA V

Photography student and street photographer Fernando Pereira Gomes is used to practicing his craft on the streets of New York, but recently, he’s …

Researchers Develop Method for Getting High-Quality Photos from Crappy Lenses

There are many reason high-quality lenses cost as much as they do (and in some cases that is quite a lot), and one of them is that high-end lenses …

Blast from the Past: 18,000fps High Speed Photography in the 1960s

Back in 1948, The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers defined high-speed photography as any 3 frames or more captured at a rate at or …

Convert Your Old Film SLR Into a Digital Camera with the DigiPod

The idea of fitting electronics into a film SLR in order to capture digital photos with it is not new. The thing is, most of the ideas we’ve shared …

Portraits of Toddlers Reacting to Tasting a Lemon for the First Time

Most of us can agree that having a toddler is a lot less fun than being one, but photographing one… well that can fall closer to the latter given the …

Wildlife Photographers Using New Technology to Get Closer to Lions in the Wild

Wildlife photographers have always been fascinated by lions. Equally (and understandably), they have also been afraid of them. Lions have never been …

OpenReflex, the First Open Source 3D Printable SLR Camera

August 9, 2013 /Photography News/ Designed by Leo Marius, the OpenReflex camera features a mirror viewfinder, mechanical shutter, and a custom mount …

Zeiss f/0.7: You Can Now Rent Two of the Largest Aperture Lenses Ever Made

Want to capture images of a scene that’s lit purely with candlelight? You can now rent a pair of Zeiss f/0.7 lenses — two of the largest aperture …

New Tech Could One Day Beam Invisible Ads Directly Into Your Camera

Just in case you weren’t feeling media-saturated enough already: there’s word of an emerging technology that could decorate your photos with ads only …

Photographer Captures Outdoor Scenes Inside His Tiny Indoor Studio

So you want to create stirring nature documentaries. You could go the <i>National Geographic</i> way and risk trench-foot, snakebite and more in pursuit of …

Video: Making Creative Use of Focus to Capture Ethereal Firework Footage

In the past, we’ve shared a few creative ways to take your fireworks shots to the next level. Be it shooting hand-held long exposures for an abstract …

New York City Photographed Through a Glass Prism

“NYC Prism” is a project by New York City-based photographer Allen Skyy Enriquez (AKA The Zartorialist) that offers an unusual view of The Big Apple. …

A Musician Spent 24 Hours Posing for this Amazing Time-Lapse Music Video

Every once in a while someone gets really, really creative and it makes our jaws drop. Such is the case with UK pop artist Dan Black’s timelapse …

Averaged Portraits Created Using Faces Found in Popular Movies

No, the creepy face above isn’t a still frame of He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named taken from one of the Harry Potter films. It’s actually a composite …

Photos of New York City Inside the Grand Canyon Contrast Emptiness and Density

At the end of 2012, Swiss photographer Gus Petro took a trip to the United States, and was met with a sharp dichotomy. When he visited New York City, …

Hundred-Photo Composites of the Streets of Boston

A photographer has ingeniously created a clever mishmash of people and animals passing through selected locations using a smart technique to make the …

Light Blaster Turns Your Flash and Lens Into a Slide Projector

Earlier today, the folks over at DIYPhotography announced a revolutionary new product that they believe will “push your creative potential to the …

James Cameron on 3D: Hollywood's doing it wrong

Helping to bring 3D movies into theaters with his $2.8 billion blockbuster hit <i>Avatar</i>, award-winning director James Cameron believes studios are forcing the technology on filmmakers in order to maximize profits. Speaking with <i>Children of Men</i> director Alfonso Cuarón at Mexico City’s TagDF technology …

Time-Lapse Showing How Much the Earth's Surface Has Changed Over Three Decades

Since NASA launched the first Landsat satellite way back in 1972, a photo documentation program has been in regular operation. Landsat began as …

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OpenReflex: A Fully Operational DIY 3D Printable SLR

The magic of 3D printing has led to the creation of a few pretty cool DIY projects we’ve featured in the past. In the world of cameras, we’ve seen …

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3D printable Drone It Yourself kit turns mundane objects into flying machines (video)

These days, drones are all the rage. Now, you can make your own with this handy Drone It Yourself kit from designer Jasper van Loenen. Droneifying (it's a word now) your belongings is a relatively straightforward procedure; all you need is a 3D printer and the ability to follow simple instructions. …

Death Defying POV Videos Show You the World Through a Parkour Athlete’s Eyes

Here’s something that’ll get your adrenaline pumping this Friday morning. Cambridge, UK resident and parkour athlete James Kingston of the Ampisound …

DSLR vs. Mirrorless: Are bigger cameras better?

Does size really matter? Samsung sought to answer this question by mounting a Samsung NX300 compact camera next to the same camera encased in the …

How to Build a DIY ‘Bullet Time’ Rig Using Only a Ceiling Fan and a GoPro

Creating time-slices (better known as the bullet time effect) where you freeze a moment in time and move around your subject is an expensive thing. …