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POV: Photographing World Leaders at the G7 Summit

The 41st G7 summit was just held in Schloss Elmau, Germany, where a group of the world's most powerful heads of state came together to talk about economic issues. If you've ever wondered what it's like to work as a photographer in a room with presidents, prime ministers, and chancellors, we've got a first-person view for you to experience.

A First-Person View of What It’s Like to Photograph Protests in Egypt

Want to experience what it feels like to be a photojournalist in the midst of the violent protests and clashes that have been occurring throughout the country of Egypt? Check out the video above.

It was created by photographer Amanda Mustard, a self-taught freelance photojournalist who's currently based in Cairo, Egypt. When an anti-Islamic video went viral online in September 2012, Mustard went onto the streets with a GoPro mounted to her DSLR to document the resulting turmoil.

GoPro Mounted on DSLR Shows What It’s Like to Photograph a Live Concert

Want to experience what it's like to shoot a live concert? Montreal, Canada-based concert photographer Pierre Bourgault wants to show you. When he recently had the opportunity to photograph a performance by the band Dead To Me, Bourgault decided to strap a Gopro camera to the top of his DSLR. The video above is what resulted.

Wet Plate Collodion Photography from a First-Person Point of View

Here's a video that may be very interesting to you if you've never tried your hand at creating a tintype with wet plate collodion photography. Oklahoma City-based photographer Mark Zimmerman recently strapped a GoPro Hero 3 to his head and went through the entire process of creating a wet-plate photo on aluminum, from flowing the collodion in the beginning, through exposing it using his large format camera, and ending with a finished tintype photo of a camera.