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Pictures of the World’s Biggest Cargo Ship Make You Feel Tiny

The Maersk Triple-E is the largest cargo ship in the world. Photographer Alastair Philip Wiper got the chance to visit Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering, the South Korean port where nine of these behemoths are currently being build. These are his amazing photos, originally published on Wired. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source

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Photoshop Contest: What’s Apple Really Shipping in Those iPhone Crates?

Earlier today, we got a glimpse inside one of the planes carrying hundreds of thousands of shiny new smartphones all the way across the Pacific, straight into our greedy little fingers. But—can we ever really know what’s hiding beneath those giant tarps? Yep! Because you’re going to tell us. Read more… Continue Reading from the [...]

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Nikon D750

The D750 is a compact full-frame DSLR with a 24.3MP sensor, 100-12,800 ISO, up to 6.5fps continuous shooting and 1080p 60fps video recording. Has dual SD card slots, built-in Wi-fi for sharing and a tiltable 3.2″ LCD display. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: $2,300+ Continue Reading from the Source

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Sony a7 Owners Get a New Super-Wide Lens, With New Primes Coming Soon

Sony’s trio of full-frame mirrorless cameras, the a7, a7r, and a7s, are wonderfully capable machines . Unfortunately there just aren’t that many native lenses to choose from. Today, a new super-wide zoom enters the fold that will hopefully make these slick bodies more appealing, with some primes on the way. Read more… Continue Reading from [...]

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Panasonic GM5: The Smallest System Camera Around

Last year’s Panasonic GM1 was an absolutely tiny camera with interchangeable lenses. It seemed like a curious design, because once you changed lens from the kit pancake to a normal-sized lens, it turned out to be not-so-tiny anymore. That hasn’t stopped Panasonic from pushing out a similarly small follow-up, the souped-up GM5. Read more… Continue [...]

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These Abstracted Views of Barges Might Give You Vertigo

Barges and other huge and slow watercraft are common yet mysterious objects . What are they carrying? Who dwells on on their decks? In his photo series, titled "Floating Aspect", Hungarian photographer and freelance photojournalist Gyula Sopronyi answers these questions in an elegant way, showing us abstract and intriguing micro worlds. You can stare down [...]

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No Cameras Allowed (Trailer)

A feature-length documentary by James Marcus Heaney, about how he pretended to be a photographer to sneak into music festivals… then actually became good at it. It wanders off at times, but overall it’s fascinating. Also on iTunes. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: Free Continue Reading from the Source

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