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Cinematic Photos Honor First Responders: The Heroes Who Don’t Wear Capes

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Photographer Brandon Cawood‘s images of first responders look like they belong on movie posters, but the people in them are the actual heroes that we have to thank for taking care of us when we get hurt or are in trouble. The series is called “Not All Wear Capes,” and if you have a friend or relative who is a first responder you should definitely send them a link. Read more…

Humor: This Tutorial Video Will Help You Make ‘Sick’ Action/Sports BTS Videos

Need a little pick-me-up this Saturday? Check out this funny tutorial titled “How to Make a Sick Mountain Bike Edit.”

As the title indicates, this is aimed specifically at mountain bike videos, but it could easily be applied to just about just about every extreme sports athlete BTS video you’ll find online. It’s even spot on for BTS videos of action sports photographers. Read more…

external Zeiss To Announce A New Otus 85mm F/1.4 Lens For Photokina —Photo Rumors

 
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The Truth in Advertising Act Seeks to Rein in Excessive Photoshop Use in Ads

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Excessive Photoshopping has gotten a lot of press in recent years, and anti-Photoshop advocates might finally get what they’ve been seeking thanks to a new bill that just hit Congress. Read more…

New Sony RX200 Patent Shows an Exciting 28-100mm Equivalent f/1.8-2.8 Lens

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Sony’s RX100 Mark II doesn’t need much improving, but it doesn’t look like Sony is resting on its laurels where this fantastic point-and-shoot is concerned. According to a new patent unearthed by Egami, Sony is wanting to attach a 28-100mm f/1.8-2.8 lens to the powerful pocket cam’s successor. Read more…

Video of Air Canada Baggage Handlers Will Keep You from Ever Gate Checking Gear

The video above is going viral, and as soon as you watch it, you’ll understand why. Filmed Thursday by a Vancouver man named Dwayne Stewart, it shows how a couple of Air Canada baggage handlers ‘handled’ the carry on luggage that had to be gate-checked because it wouldn’t fit on the plane. Read more…

Photographer Starts ‘Not a Bully’ Campaign to Change Negative Stereotype of Pit Bulls

In an effort to combat the ongoing belief amongst a great deal of the general public that pit bulls are an aggressive breed of dog, bred only to fight and hurt people, photographer Douglas Sonders has put together a PR campaign called Not a Bully — and it is already helping to change people’s perception of this lovely breed. Read more…

BTS: Photographing Whales in Tonga with Darren Jew

Photographer Darren Jew has captured some of Earth’s most beautiful and pristine offerings, from the landscapes to the creatures that roam them. And in the above video shared by Canon Australia, we get a behind the scenes look at one of his most recent shoots. Read more…

Gizmodo Puts Six Different Action Cameras Through a Thorough Review

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When it comes to choosing an action cam to film your daring, crazy and possibly stupid adrenaline–fueled endeavors, there is no shortage of options. To help you make a more informed decision based on your needs and performance of the cameras, Gizmodo has tested six different action cameras, quite literally putting them head-to-head. Read more…

external Photos That Cross Borders and Challenge Perceptions

— David Gonzalez at NY Times

“This was a story about an enormous topic, so what could I do that was different?” said Ms. Jarman, who lives in Mexico City. “But this got to the essence of why I entered journalism in the first place, to bring people together and help us recognize our common humanity.”

 
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