Leaked Photos Show a Foldable New Entry-Level Drone from DJI

by admin September 6, 2016 at 7:19 am

A group of vandals have been caught on camera destroying an iconic rock formation on the Oregon coast known as Duckbill Rock or Thor’s Fist, prompting many to both mourn the icon’s loss, and call for justice against the videotaped vandals.

In what is either a crazy accident or a brilliant attempt at a bit of viral marketing, this video shows 8-year-old Ruby Kavanagh, a world-class junior golfer, knocking a $1,900 drone out of the sky with a well-placed drive.

If this rumor turns out to be true, Fujifilm might be the company that makes the biggest splash at Photokina this year. According to a new source, the long-rumored Fuji Digital Medium Format System is only a couple of weeks away!

In June and July of this year, record temperatures and dry conditions in Colorado led to massive wildfires that destroyed hundreds of structures and the loss of 2 lives. The fires were so big that the smoke plumes could clearly be seen from space.
College Station, Texas-based filmmaker and photographer Matt Johnson created the time-lapse video above that captures both the beauty of Colorado’s landscapes and the power of the recent forest fires.

Ah, a visit to Venice beach during sunset, what a great feeling! Coming from out of town, it’s a pretty nice place to be. Perhaps I got so wrapped up in it the moment that I had no idea what would happen next.

This must be every professional racing photographer’s nightmare: you’re sitting on a rickety perch, capturing the action, when a crash sends a flipping race car hurtling in your direction, taking out said perch and only narrowly missing you.

Want to take a university-level class on digital photography for free? Former Stanford professor and current Google engineer Marc Levoy has a site containing his complete course materials for a class that he has taught 5 times at Stanford and once at Google.

If you love those photographers who will “do anything for the shot,” then you’re really going to enjoy Japanese photographer snowfairy88. When he needs to make a splash with one of his portraits, he goes all in… literally.

If these leaked images are to be trusted, DJI has a surprise in store for Photokina. It’s supposedly called the “Mavic,” and it’s a foldable drone that’s going to be smaller, lighter, and more portable than DJI’s current Phantom line.

Wednesday. The iPhone 7 is rumored to be announced on Wednesday, but not before a flood of fresh information about the unreleased Apple smartphone hits the Internet, including several interesting tidbits about the photography capabilities of the phone.

There is not enough grey matter in all the skulls in all of the world to deduce why this Florida felon decided his wanted posted would make a good profile picture.

Photographer and artist Fabian Oefner is known for his creative work with paint, oil, and even petrol. He’s a master of finding beauty in chemistry, and capturing that beauty through his camera lens. Oil Spill, his most recent project, is no exception.

Looking to make your own DSLR camera trap housing? You’ve come to the right place. Camera trapping is an increasingly popular technique, and it’s rather addictive too. The ability to leave your DSLR camera out for days or weeks at a time, watching and waiting 24 hours a day, has revolutionized the wildlife photography field.

One of the things that always tends to surprise me is how differently I edit images that were taken with my phone versus images that were taken with my DSLR.

Selfie sticks get a lot of hate these days, but one person in NYC took things way too far.

The Revolutionary War ended in 1783 and photography was invented in the 1820s and 1830s, so most of the veterans of the war didn’t live long enough to have their portraits made. A handful of them did.

So this was the first sunset I captured in 2012. It cost me $6,612 to take this photo.

National Geographic is, without a doubt, one of the foremost authorities in the world of photography. So when they rank their top 10 cameras for travelers, the entire photo industry perks up its ears and pays special attention to see what they have to say.

Ever since embarking on a cross-country move last August I’ve been meaning to display some of my cameras and, at last, spurred by a recent PetaPixel post, I finally did.

It’s been called the first underwater photograph and the first underwater self-portrait, but it doesn’t seem to be either of those things. No, but this photo by diver and photography pioneer Louis Marie Auguste Boutan, taken in 1899, does seem to be the world’s first underwater portrait.

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