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Wingsuit Footage from Egyptian Pyramids

Insane Footage Shows Wingsuit Flight Up Close to Egyptian Pyramids

In a recent adventurous event put together by the team at the RedBull Air Force, wingsuit pilots Fred Fugen, Mike Swanson, and Vincent Cotte donned a new wingsuit design and challenged themselves by doing fly-bys so close to the Pyramids of Giza that they could almost touch the magnificent Egyptian monuments.

I Was Robbed in San Francisco While the Cameras Rolled

Last week I was in San Francisco, one of the most beautiful cities in the world on a video shoot for Kelby One on Crissy Field -- one of the premier spots in town -- at the foot of the majestic Golden Gate Bridge when one of my cameras was stolen right in front of me.

Ride Along: Photographing a Protest in Los Angeles

My name is Jayrol San Jose, and I am a photojournalist based in Los Angeles. I'm a professional photographer, but being new to journalism, I've found that covering protests is a great place to start. I've covered around 25 protests this year in the Los Angeles area. This one, in particular, was put on by Occupy I.C.E. Los Angeles.

Looking Through the Viewfinder of a Hasselblad XPan

The XPan was the first Hasselblad camera to 35mm film and was able to shoot ultra-wide panorama negatives. Photographer Jordan Lockhart decided to mount an action camera to his XPan to capture what it's like to frame the world and shoot with this unique camera.

Photog POV: Shooting the Nitro Circus Tour

My name is Daniel Schenkelberg, and I'm a motorsports photographer. In this post, I'll be sharing a behind-the-scenes view of what it's like to photograph a Nitro Circus live show.

Amazing GoPro POV Footage of an ISS Space Walk

On Friday March 24, ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet completed a spacewalk of the International Space Station while wearing a GoPro, capturing 8 minutes of stunning video footage of their work far above the blue orb we call home.

What It’s Like to Shoot a Concert on Stage at London’s O2 Arena

Earlier this year, music photographer Adam Elmakias shot one of the biggest shows he has ever covered: a performance by the American pop punk band All Time Low at London's O2 Arena, which has the second-highest seating capacity of any indoor venue in the UK.

To share what shooting a show of this magnitude with stage access is like, Elmakias attached a GoPro to his DSLR and had the camera rolling while he did his thing. The 1.5-hour behind-the-scenes video above lets you step into Elmakias' shoes, and the photographer's narration helps fill in what's going on.

Photographer Recreates Stories From Famous Artists’ Lives Through Their Eyes

Wouldn't it be interesting if we had snapshots through the eyes of famous artists throughout history? The images could reveal things they saw, worked on, and were inspired by.

Italian photographer Dan Bannino just finished a new project titled "The Eye of the Artist" in which he recreates scenes of the lives of art masters... as seen through their eyes.

POV: Street Photography on the Sidewalks of Chicago

Street photographer Keenan Hastings released this short 2-minute video that shares his point-of-view during some photos he shot in Chicago recently. We see him roaming the sidewalks of the city in search for interesting people and photos with his Fujifilm X-T1, XF 35mm lens, and a GoPro camera.

POV: A Photographer Captures the ‘Reclaim Australia’ Protests in Sydney

"Reclaim Australia" protests broke out this past weekend in Sydney, Australia, with one side opposing the Islamization and immigration policies of the country, and the other side arguing against intolerance and racism.

Sydney-based street photographer Dillon Mak took his DSLR and GoPro into the middle of the demonstration, capturing both photos of the movement and some point-of-view video showing how he worked his camera.