The two teenagers who caused the death of a photographer after pushing a log over a cliff edge have been sentenced. Pleading guilty to involuntary manslaughter, they have both been sentenced to three years in a juvenile detention center.
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A photographer is sharing some of her most striking images of animal cruelty from various corners of the world. The heartbreaking photos show the reality of animal slaughter and the conditions animals are left in around the world. Warning: graphic content.
The new venture fund of Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian has made its first investment, in that of a disposable camera app. Known as David’s Disposable, users take photos but must wait until 9am the next day to see them, in order to replicate the real effect of getting disposables developed.
After landing $10 million in Series A funds, a new app has launched which allows users to hire photographers using an Uber-style system. Initially based in cities and metropolitan areas, a photographer can be booked only hours ahead of when you need them, with some available for hire for as little as $89 each session.
As per Wired, a number of historians are making calls to stop the colorization and modernization of images from decades past. Updating photos to resemble modern eras “obscures” history, they argue.
It’s no secret that IKEA makes full use of CGI for its catalogs, but it has now gone a step further. For its latest campaign, the Swedish furniture giant used a CGI model instead of a human for IKEA Japan’s most recent advert.
Every couple wants their engagement proposal to be memorable. But for Chris Pain and his fiancée, it may be for all the wrong reasons, after their photographer was hit by a bike on Brooklyn Bridge, disturbing the key moment, and it was all captured on video.
The Royal Saudi Air Force has released incredible footage of a photographer positioned at the edge of the cargo door of a plane, photographing fighter planes flying directly behind and giving them direction as he takes photos.
A 17-year-old has pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter in regards to the death of a photographer, who lost her life in the middle of a photoshoot after she was struck by a log at the bottom of a cliff.
What you’re seeing here is a scorpion-shaped chair designed for maximum comfort and productivity when editing photos and videos. The customizable chair currently retails at $3,300 and even re-adjusts so that you can work lying down.
A press photographer was removed by the Secret Service after managing to find his way past security and get close to Presidential candidate Joe Biden a number of days ago. The photographer, who is yet to be named in the media, got as far as the press pool directly underneath Biden’s plane.
The San Diego Zoo has released a video of the intriguing eating process of flamingos, with the footage showing what happens underwater as they use their beaks to feed off the water bed.
A camera store that had been trading for 109 years got caught in the crossfire of riots taking place in Kenosha, Wisconsin, to protest the shooting of Jacob Blake. President Trump has visited the former site of Rode’s Camera Shop after it was burned to the ground during the protests.
A terminally ill man who had been intending to livestream his death on Facebook has had the plan blocked by the social media platform. He is protesting France’s right-to-die laws after President Emmanuel Macron denied his right to voluntary euthanasia and has since ceased eating and drinking.
LensRentals has shared a number of images of the inside of a Fuji camera after staff took it apart when it died without obvious explanation. The customer had used it underwater within dive housing, and despite appearing fine on the outside, LensRentals discovered that inside, there was evidence of saltwater damage.
Google Images is trialing a “Licensable” tag on image results, as a means of helping photographers sell their photos.
A photographer has won a lawsuit against BuzzFeed which some are hailing as a landmark case, after the entertainment platform removed the photographer’s copyright from the images in question.
Earlier this year, a photographer and model launched a lawsuit against Volvo, citing copyright infringement, after the car manufacturer used images the pair had taken without permission. Volvo is trying to win the case by claiming all public Instagram posts are fair game and can be taken and used freely.
A fine art wildlife photographer has just taken what he considers to be potentially his best image yet, managing to catch a huge great white shark leaping some 12 feet into the air.
A new, limited edition lens has been announced by TTartisan that is gold plated in a “24K Gold Skin.” A total of just 200 pieces of the super-rare design will be available.