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Yes, Nikon Designs Its Own Sensors

   18 Jul 01:00:01   |  Peta Pixel

Sony has been receiving attention and praise in recent years for the quality of its sensors and the fact that it produces sensors for other heavyweight camera companies, including Nikon. But even though some of Nikon’s CMOS sensors may be manufactured in Sony factories, Nikon actually spends a considerable amount of resources designing those high-end […]

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Watch a Model Pose with a Crocodile in an Underwater Photo Shoot

   18 Jul 01:00:01   |  Peta Pixel

Here’s a photo shoot you probably shouldn’t attempt yourself: photographer Ken Kiefer recently took his wife (underwater model Kimber Kiefer) and two other models into the crocodile-infested waters of the Chinchorro Banks in Mexico for a photo shoot. The goal was to shoot underwater glamour photos of the models right next to the fearsome reptiles. […]

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Noah Kalina

   18 Jul 01:00:01   |  The Great Discontent




For more than fifteen years, Noah Kalina has carved out a freelance career that manages to strike a balance between fine art and commercial photography. Here, the Barryville, NY-based photographer talks to us about the path he took to get there?the high school awards that gave him the confidence to keep taking pictures; attending art school, and jump starting an independent career by taking $20 head shots out of a small Manhattan apartment; and why he chose to move his life and studio to rural Upstate NY. Despite the ups and downs that working solo can often present, Noah still says he wouldn't have it any other way.


Read at thegreatdiscontent.com →
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Rapid 3D Printing Of High-Res, Viable Human Organs Possible

   18 Jul 01:00:01   |  duncanfatt

It can be estimated that every year, in the United States alone, about 900,000 deaths can be prevented if there was no shortage of organs, or if transplants were not delayed and readily available to patients of organ failure. In fact, a Forbes study has ranked the lack of tissue transplants as one of the leading causes of death in America.

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6 Weird and Awesome Amazon Prime Day Deals

   18 Jul 01:00:01   |  Wired

Already own an Echo Dot and an Instant Pot? We have a few fascinatingly strange Amazon Prime Deals for you.

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Best Prime Day Gaming Deals (2018): Xbox, Nintendo, PC, Headset Deals

   18 Jul 01:00:01   |  Wired

Some fantastic gear for gamers is on sale for Amazon Prime Day, including consoles, headsets, PCs, accessories, and games.

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All Lightning Bolt Locations in Fortnite

   18 Jul 01:00:01   |  IGN

You only need to collect seven lightning bolts to complete this challenge.

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How The Clone Wars Could Hint at the Future of the Star Wars Franchise

   18 Jul 01:00:01   |  IGN

Star Wars: The Clone Wars took the franchise in a new direction when it debuted 10 years ago, and the new movies seem to have learned a few lessons from its storytelling style.

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U.S. pays Trump's Scotland golf resort $77,000 ahead of visit

   18 Jul 01:00:01   |  Reuters

The U.S. government paid more than $77,000 to President Trump's Scottish golf resort ahead of his stay there last weekend, according to federal spending records, indicating that Trump's official visit to Europe likely generated revenue for his business empire.

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Majority of Americans think Trump mishandling Russia: Reuters/Ipsos poll

   18 Jul 01:00:01   |  Reuters

More than half of Americans disapprove of the way U.S. President Donald Trump is handling relations with Russia, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll conducted after his controversial summit and joint news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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