Tag: Photography

Expect 64MP and 100MP+ smartphones by end of 2019, says Qualcomm exec

A Qualcomm executive has reportedly said 64MP and 100MP+ phones are coming this year. The executive said multiple brands will offer the technology, suggesting it’s not a once-off move. Ultra high resolution cameras generally use pixel-binning tech for great low-light snaps It seems like the megapixel war has returned to smartphones, as various manufacturers launch […]

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That Harlem Hustle: Meet Flo Ngala, the Young Photographer Behind Some of Cardi B’s Most Iconic Moments

Cardi B on the “Please Me” video setPhoto: Flo Ngala Flo Ngala’s personality matches her photography—she’s elegant, refined, urbane, but not inaccessible. Her willowy frame ensconced in a vintage pink Ralph Lauren pantsuit, she’s undeniably fly, but her fashionista exterior belies a squishy, uproarious joy, always lurking around the corner and […]

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Real Estate Mogul Taunts Ex-Wife With 42-Foot-Tall Photo of New One

[What you need to know to start the day: Get New York Today in your inbox.] They measure 24 feet wide and 42 feet high, which makes them taller than a telephone pole but three feet shorter than the letters in the Hollywood sign. The two photographs, according to the […]

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Absolutely spectacular first-ever air-to-air images of supersonic jets’ shockwaves interacting

For a decade, NASA scientists have worked on an air-to-air photographic technology that will be used to collect data for the agency’s next-generation supersonic airplane project. They’ve just released these absolutely astonishing “first air-to-air images of supersonic shockwave interaction in flight.” “We never dreamt that it would be this clear, this beautiful,” […]

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“Instant Honey” by Photographer Thomas Jordan

Photographer Thomas Jordan’s new book, Instant Honey, is a collection of warm, summer moments. These Sun-soaked images explore ordinary and unassuming places, often traversed by without much notice. Each photograph demonstrates that everyday sights can arouse wonder. Captured in and around Chicago’s western suburbs, Instant Honey offers a refreshing look at the the Midwest landscape. […]

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“The Sand That Ate The Sea” by Photographer Matthew Thorne

Director and photographer Matthew Thorne documents the South Australian Opal mining town of Andamooka. Millennia ago it was an ocean and while aquatic dinosaur fossils can still be found there, today the ancient desert landscape is home to the last of Australia’s frontiersmen. Shot during a 6-month stint on a separate film project in town, the series delves […]

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Frieze Art Fair – Los Angeles ’19

One of the most anticipated, both internationally and locally, art fairs in recent memory made its debut last week. Kicking off to VIPs on Valentine’s Day, not even the most intense (for Los Angles) rain and cold could dampen the jubilant mood as collectors, art world figures, and celebs converged inside the Kulapat Yantrasast-designed tent […]

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Photographer Spotlight: Simon Kerola

A selection of work by Swedish photographer Simon Kerola. Combining storytelling with his own romantic sensibility, Kerola states: “A sense of loss and longing has found its mirror when the sun rises in the distance. I always find myself searching for nostalgia, a timeless place where nature is still dominant. It’s feels as if these places inspire […]

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Magic Lantern: a feature-rich replacement operating system for Canon EOS cameras

Magic Lantern is a replacement OS for your Canon EOS camera that you load via a SD card; in addition to a suite of video-recording tools, Magic Lantern allows fine-grained gain adjustments, selection of input sources, wind filters, audio monitoring, and better tools for everything from white-balance to exposure presets to overlays to help […]

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George Mendonsa, 95, Most Likely the Sailor in a Famous Photo, Dies

George Mendonsa, who made the most credible claim to being the sailor shown kissing a woman in Times Square after the end of World War II in a photograph that became a national emblem of elation, died on Sunday at a nursing home in Middletown, R.I. He was 95. He […]

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