Believe it or not, MIT researchers have created a new method of capturing video at high speeds. At one trillion frames per second, their footage is so fast that you are able to wat[...]
Google has just released comprehensive street maps of Japan in the wake of the Earthquake which occurred back in March. They have also set up a website called Mirai kioku which sta[...]
Michael Woodford was promptly let go from Olympus a few months ago after discovering massive debt cover ups. BBC is reporting that Michael is back in Tokyo, trying to get re-instat[...]
Miguel Endara created this incredibly realistic image of his father by using a technique called stippling. Over the course of 210 hours he figures he created more than 3 million d[...]
Nikon Rumors is reporting some specifications for the upcoming Nikon D4. If the specs hold to be true, then it looks like the D4 will be giving the Canon 1DX a run for it's money. [...]
We've produced our own Google Currents magazine, so if you're using Google Currents, we'd love to hear what you think. If you don't have Google Currents, you can download it here ([...]
Here's a commentary by Banksy in terms of how much privacy we are afforded in our daily lives. Unfortunately, there is a lot of truth to this.
What may look like an organic organism is actually an image of a nuclear explosion photographed 1 millisecond after detonation. A rapatronic camera, which was used to capture the i[...]
I've had my fair share of luck when it comes to juried photography contests, so I thought I would share a few tips. While the following article focuses on juried photography contes[...]
X is for X-Ray is an interactive book for the iPad. Written by Hugh Turvey, the book allows users to see what every day objects look like when viewed by an X-Ray. Users simply swip[...]
Some of the worlds most famous and most expensive negatives and photographs are stored in a former limestone mine in Iron Mountain, Pennsylvania. The storage facility sits 220 fe[...]
George Eastman House has released a book covering the last 170 of Photographic Innovation. The following video shows Curator Todd Gustavson talking about specific highlights from t[...]
The 39th edition of the Pirelli calendar, shot by Mario Sorrenti, is complete. It features 25 photographs, 18 of which are black & white, and 7 that are in colour. Watch the behin[...]
We`re not able to post every story on our website, so every Sunday, we will list some interesting photography related links.
Google has just released their own version of an e-magazine for both the iPad and Android tablets called Currents. There are over 180 Editions so far, with photography related cont[...]
Apple just listed the winners of Rewind 2011, which honors the best music, apps, tv shows, books, movies and podscasts of the year. This year two photography apps took home the to[...]
TechCrunch is reporting that Google has added a new facial recognition feature to their Google+ network. Unlike Facebook's facial recognition which is opt out, Google's is courteou[...]
Although this is an old video, I have not seen it before, and it is quite comical. This is exactly why you should view a wedding photographer's portfolio before signing an agreemen[...]
The Aquos SH-01D phone has some incredible image stabilization, as shown by the following video. I'm not sure what else to say other than you have to see it to believe it.
PhotoWhoa is a website similar to Groupon, except that if focuses strictly on photography related deals. They claim you can save up to 90% off certain products or services and even[...]
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