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.


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.


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.


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. 


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.


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.


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.


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.


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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