Canon announces EOS 5D Mark III: 22.3 MP full-frame sensor, 6 fps, 102,400 max ISO, 1080/30p HD, yours for $3,500.

(Source: usa.canon.com)

Presented at Mobile World Congress 2012, the ‘Nokia 808’ smart phone features Nokia’s in-house ‘pureview’ imaging technology, packing a 41-megapixel camera sensor and Carl Zeiss lens to provide lossless digital zoom and high-resolution images and video.

A photo series by Tom Hussey, where he portrays the elderly as they reflect on their younger selves in the mirror. This is a wonderfully done series that gives you pause to think, about the passage of time and the lives we are living.

(Source: tomhussey.com)

European Cities & Typography Designed by Gokhun Guneyhan.

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10:1 scale replicas of Polaroid pictures. The Polaboy LED frame is made of wood and it has a 5,000 lumen LED back light. Choose from stock photos or send your own images to be processed and mounted.

(Source: polaboy.de)

The 2011 National Geographic Photo Contest is about to blow you mind and refresh your vision. Entry submission ends on 11/30/2011!

(Source: National Geographic)

United Colors of Benetton has just unveiled its new ‘unhate’ advertising campaign in a handful, of cities, featuring manipulated images that show unlikely pairings of international religious and political leaders kissing one another. 

(Source: benettongroup.com)

Let French photographer, Philippe Ramette, show you how to defying gravity. 

For the first time ever, you can shoot your very own 35mm movies without professional-grade equipment. Lomo’s latest shoots short, grainy analog flicks with this hand-cranked camera.

(Source: microsites.lomography.com)

I dig the squiggly lines in these light paintings, made with photographic techniques by Brian Matthew Hart; this series was conceived, arranged and drawn in collaboration with Dena Pickering.

(Source: sites.google.com)

Adobe recently showed off a new feature for a future version of Photoshop which really blew my mind. This deblurring tech can miraculously fix some of the worst victims of camera shake.

(Source: tv.adobe.com)

Look beyond Lytro’s unusual form-factor to its groundbreaking light-field technology, which eliminates the need to focus, and lets you refocus your images at any time after you snap them.

OH MY SLUT, 1DX IS OUT!!!

In a day and age that is built upon athletic scandal, it’s a rarity when exposed torsos, thighs and general areas where the sun don’t shine appear in a planned fashion. ESPN the Magazine turns that notion on its head with their 2011 Body Issue.

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