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Lessons From Loupedeck on Making It in the Photo Industry

   6 hours ago   |  Peta Pixel

Over the last few years, the photography industry has been growing quite steadily. With the advent of new technologies and price-accessible equipment, more and more people are choosing the photography industry. Smartphones have also played a significant part in the influx of new photographers and creatives. The limited barriers to entry and income potential make […]

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This Negative Mural Can Be Developed by Inverting Your Photo

   6 hours ago   |  Peta Pixel

Colombian graffit artist Sepc recently created an mural showing a woman snapping a Polaroid picture. But it’s unusual in that it’s a negative: you can see the normal “positive” version by snapping a photo of the mural and then inverting it. Here’s what the mural above looks like when you invert the photo: The idea […]

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Britain?s Biggest Speed Camera Uses a Canon 100-400mm Lens

   17 Nov 01:00:02   |  Peta Pixel

Gloucestershire police have unveiled Britain’s biggest speed camera. Called the A417, the portable camera can catch drivers violating laws from roughly 1,000 meters or about 3/5 of a mile. And on the front of the camera is a Canon 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS telephoto zoom lens. The camera is dubbed “The Long Ranger,” and it can […]

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Timelapse Captures How House Plants Move in the Day and Sleep at Night

   17 Nov 01:00:02   |  Peta Pixel

The beauty of time-lapse photography is that it gives us a view of the world that our eyes can’t naturally see. Darryl Cheng of House Plant Journal created a time-lapse that does just that: it reveals how much ordinary house plants move over the course of a day. Here’s the time-lapse Cheng created with @angusandceleste, […]

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500px Launches Photobook-Inspired Redesign, Users Aren?t Happy

   16 Nov 01:00:01   |  Peta Pixel

500px has unveiled a redesigned Home Feed that’s designed to show more photos and provide more exposure. The “cleaner and more contemporary design” was inspired by photobooks. “The new layout?s aesthetic will better showcase the photos in your Home Feed and introduce you to new content from photographers you may not have discovered,” 500px writes. […]

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Making a Platinum Palladium Print That Will Last 1,000 Years

   16 Nov 01:00:01   |  Peta Pixel

Photographer Tyler Shields recently paid a visit to Hidden Light LLC, a fine art printing business in Arizona. While there, he watched as printer Matt Beaty used the platinum/palladium printing process to turn one of Shields’ photos into a black-and-white print that can last 1,000 years or more. You can watch the printing process for […]

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Google?s Night Sight is Blowing Minds: Shoot Photos in Near Darkness

   15 Nov 01:00:01   |  Peta Pixel

Google’s new Pixel 3 and 3XL smartphones are packed with new AI camera features, including one called Night Sight that lets you shoot natural-looking photos without a flash in near darkness. The first reviews are starting to emerge, and the technology is blowing people’s minds. “Night Sight is a new feature of the Pixel Camera […]

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When the Cameraman Can Run as Fast as the Sprinters

   15 Nov 01:00:01   |  Peta Pixel

Live side views of sprinters are usually shot using remote cameras on rails. But if you have a cameraman that’s as fit and fast as the athletes themselves, you can ditch the high-tech equipment and use just a gimbal stabilizer instead. A clip from the 2016 Reebok Crossfit Games has been going viral online this […]

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How to Use the World?s Largest Polaroid Camera

   14 Nov 01:00:02   |  Peta Pixel

Back in its heyday, Polaroid made seven 20×24-inch instant cameras, and only six of them are known to exist today. Marco Christian Krenn of Analog Things recently paid a visit to the camera found at Supersense in Vienna. In this 10-minute video, Krenn shows how this ultra-rare camera is used. We get to see the […]

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This is a Photographer Covering the Wildfires in California

   14 Nov 01:00:02   |  Peta Pixel

As dry and windy conditions cause raging wildfires in California, there are brave men and women putting themselves in harm’s way to document what’s happening and serve as the eyes of the world. This incredible photo by photographer Noah Berger shows photographer Justin Sullivan braving wind-blown embers while covering the devastating Camp Fire in Paradise, […]

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