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How to make your own 35mm daguerreotype safely and cheaply

Did you know that you can make your own 35mm daguerreotypes without using dangerous substances (such as mercury)? Also, you can do it without expensive gear. In this video from George Eastman Museum, historic process specialist Nick Brandreth will teach you how. So if you’d like to experiment a bit, let’s see what you’ll need. […] The post How to...

Photos leak for DJI’s rumored 4K, 60P, 150 km/h cinematic FPV drone

A while back, DJI made some FPV race drones, goggles, and remote. It had the unimaginative name of  Digital FPV System and cyborg look. This product line opened up DJI to the racing segment of the drone market. It only feels natural that DJI will take a swing at merging their racing drone line with […] The post Photos leak for DJI’s rumored 4K, 60P,...

Nature photographer films adorable insect that looks like a piece of popcorn

There’s so much beauty in the world, and so much of it we can’t see until we look through a macro lens. Physicist, biologist, and talented nature photographer Andreas Kay filmed an adorable little bug that looks like a walking piece of popcorn. Sadly, Andreas Kay passed away in October last year. But his work […] The post Nature photographer films...

Photographer captures the perfect moment after an owl lands on a telephoto lens

When photographing wild animals, we can capture lots of incredible moments in nature. But photographers Scott Joshua Dere and Beaumon Day witnessed quite an epic one! Thankfully, they also manage to capture it. A large owl landed on Scott’s lens and struck a pose, and Beaumon took a photo of the scene that you don’t […] The post Photographer captures...

Australian Photography Awards winners show the beauty and weirdness of the time that we live in

Australian Photography Awards (APA) recognizes and celebrates Australian photographers and their work. This year’s winners have just been announced, and it’s a truly wonderful collection of images. They show us the touching, difficult, but also the beautiful side of living in this world at this time. “In 2020 we received 5,800 entries across our 8 […]...

Titles are more than just names

Between 2010 and 2013, I toured the world for the first time. After living in Australia and Asia, I returned home but always felt like my urge to visit and live in foreign places was still not fully satisfied. Back home, I started working and studying and after five years I wanted to head out […] The post Titles are more than just names appeared first...

Here is the most detailed 3D map of the Milky Way to date

Images of space are valuable for researchers to find out more about our solar system, our galaxy, and way beyond. But us regular folks enjoy them as well because they’re often quite an eye candy. The European Space Agency’s Gaia observatory has just released the most precise and detailed 3D map of the Milky Way […] The post Here is the most detailed...

Make your own a DIY diffusion filter for $15 or less

If you like the soft, dreamy look of a diffusion filter, Josh Zaring has come up with a great idea of how to make your own. It’s one of those ideas that make you think “why didn’t I think of that?” He made his DIY diffusion filter from the stuff that he already had. You […] The post Make your own a DIY diffusion filter for $15 or less appeared first...

People’s Choice Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award wants you to pick the winner

Wildlife Photographer of the Year always brings us stunning photos of wild animals. The contest has shared its overall winner earlier, but now you have a chance to choose another one. The People’s Choice Award is now open, and you get to give your vote to one of 25 fantastic images. We bring you more […] The post People’s Choice Wildlife Photographer...

Tamron 17-70mm f/2.8 for Sony APS-C is coming in January

Tamron has just announced 17-70mm F2.8 Di III-A VC RXD for Sony E-mount APS-C cameras. The lens gives you a 25.5-105mm equivalent focal length range, which makes it pretty versatile. While the new lens will be ready for orders in January, Tamron has already released the specs and the pricing, so let’s what you can […] The post Tamron 17-70mm f/2.8...

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