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Physicists Figure Out How to Take Photographs In Near-Total Darkness

Tens of thousands of photons go into making up each pixel in your standard cat photo. That’s because existing cameras—even infrared night-vision ones—rely on many, many photons of light to create an image. But now physicists have photographed in almost pitch blackness, where there on average is less than one photon of light per pixel. [...]

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Melbourne-based artist TQ Lee has created Inedible, a series of photographs that look good enough but impossible to eat – none of the components are made of food, and instead are crafted from things like turpentine and socks. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Fujifilm X30

The Fujifilm X30 has the same 12MP 2/3″ sensor, image processor and lens as its predecessor. It adds a beefier battery, an EVF with exposure previews and a programmable lens ring for more manual control. More here. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: $600 Continue Reading from the Source

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Shooting Challenge: Trains

You know why it’s about to be Labor Day Weekend? Because in 1894, Grover Cleveland couldn’t stop the Pullman (railroad) Strike. Blood was shed. Morale was down. And Congress rushed legislation to make appease workers everywhere and make Labor Day a national holiday. In gratitude, for this week’s Shooting Challenge, let’s pay homage to the [...]

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GoPro Fetch

GoPro’s new harness lets you mount up to two of its cameras on dogs – one for POV and one for an overhead view. It’s padded, adjustable and fits dogs from 15 to 120lbs. Best of all, your dog won’t look silly at all wearing it. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: $60 Continue Reading [...]

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The Somber History Behind These Wild-Looking Cube Houses

In villages all over Hungary you’ll find cube houses—more or less identical in shape but painted in fantastical colors by their residents. While these houses may look utterly delightful and whimsical to our eyes, they’re less welcomed in their own communities. In her book Hungarian Cubes, photographer Katharina Roters tells the story of standardized housing [...]

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