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Fstoppers Malware Virus Update: A False Positive Headache

Fstoppers Malware Virus Update:  A False Positive Headache

The threat of a major security attack becomes increasingly imminent the more popular a website becomes. As a few of you know, Fstoppers.com has been sending malware warnings to a select number of visitors using AVG, Kaspersky, and Sucuri anti virus programs. The GREAT NEWS is these warnings were false positives and only affected antivirus programs that were either outdated or running an incorrect virus definition. For more information about this, read the full post below:

Paparazzi: Vice Stalks the Stalkers (language nsfw)

Paparazzi: Vice Stalks the Stalkers (language nsfw)

Steven Randolph and videographer Steven Perilloux give celebrity chasing paparazzi a taste of their own medicine in this short video Vice segment, "Pap Smear". I dare you to watch this video and not make some kind of comment. I'm curious to see if any of our readers will come to the defense of paparazzi. Is there a right way to do this kind of work? Let's hear your thoughts.Vice: "Paparazzi make a living by chasing down celebrities and shoving cameras in their faces and up their skirts. We decided to hunt a few down and give them a taste of their own disgusting medicine."

Unbelievable Liquid Flower Photography Takes Patience, Dedication, Artistry

Unbelievable Liquid Flower Photography Takes Patience, Dedication, Artistry

At the beginning of the year we brought you a post featuring Jack Long's Fluid Sculptures but since then Jack has taken his already impressive technique and made it even more amazing with his latest series, Vessels and Blooms. Jack not only seems to be growing fluid flowers but his mastery of his craft as wellJack Long: "Wanted to advance my fluid suspension/high speed photography to a higher level

[News] Vogue Bans Skinny and Underaged Models

[News] Vogue Bans Skinny and Underaged Models

Nineteen Vogue editors have pledged to use only healthy models on their editorial pages and banned underage models, to maintain a healthy and realistic depiction of adult women’s bodies. The editors have agreed on six points, that will appear in Vogue's June issue, which includes not knowingly work with models under the age of 16 or “who appear to have an eating disorder”.

[Pics] Erotic Imagery in the Everyday (Safe for Work... I Think)

[Pics] Erotic Imagery in the Everyday (Safe for Work... I Think)

Blommers and Niels Schumm are a pair of Amsterdam-based photographers that have the ability to take photos with shifting perspectives. What may seem like boring stills at first takes on a whole new meaning during a second glance. Or if you are like me, a part of the soil minded, you see the eroticism first and only later see the hallway for what it is. These shots where taken for Baron Magazine where it was Blommers & Schumm intent to take everyday objects and make them appear subtly erotic.

[Pics] The Many Possible Faces of Hitler

[Pics] The Many Possible Faces of Hitler

Towards the end of World War II, concerns that Hitler would flee Germany with a new identity, spurred U.S. intelligence officials to have New York makeup artist Eddie Senz to produce various portraits of Hitler as he might have altered his appearance. Der Spiegel, a German news site, published the images in the 1990′s, but the U.S. National Archives in Washington DC have only recently released the photos with improved resolution. So, clever Fstopper readers, by looking at these shots... how do you think Eddie Senz produced these pre-Photoshop photo manipulations?

[News] A Camera that Produces Descriptive Text

[News] A Camera that Produces Descriptive Text

Matt Richardson created a unique, prototype camera that actually describes scenes. "The Descriptive Camera works a lot like a regular camera—point it at subject and press the shutter button to capture the scene. However, instead of producing an image, this prototype outputs a text description of the scene. Modern digital cameras capture gobs of parsable metadata about photos such as the camera's settings, the location of the photo, the date, and time, but they don't output any information

[Pics] Lighting your Shots with Explosions

[Pics] Lighting your Shots with Explosions

Joschi Herczeg and Daniele Kaehr are the two artist behind this small series entitled, "Explosion". They synced a camera with custom built detonators in order to capture explosions occurring in mundane surrounding, which seems to further the sense of stillness and peace in what is otherwise a chaotic process. I'm not sure if it's the aesthetics of these shots that gets me jazzed or the idea that I could use it as an excuse to blow things up while photographing. Either way, it got my attention.

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