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Intrepid Travel's 'Local Food' Photo Competition

Intrepid Travel has returned with it’s latest photo competition, this time the challenge theme is ‘local food’.

Spicy Spanish tapas, tangy Thai satays, fresh Peruvian ceviche. 41 more words


Sigma News & Rumors: discontinued lenses and possible replacements

A few days ago Sigma-Rumors posted a list of recently discontinued lenses and their possible replacements. Unlike the list posted at the beginning of July, this one doesn’t seem to be based on rumors and insider information, but rather on speculation by the SR admin. 237 more words


U.S.Copyright Office: Monkey Selfies Can’t Be Copyrighted

Hardly three weeks after the monkey business revolving around the monkey selfie ensued, the US Copyright Office made a comment on the issue in its 1,222-page long document “ 245 more words


SpaceBooth...the ultimate selfie?

 Belgian company SpaceBooth have plans to help you take your selfie to the next level, by taking it in space…..well kinda.

They plan to launch a small satellite photo booth that will beam an image of you onto the satellites window so the earth, moon or stars can be your backdrop, sending it back to you in VGA resolution all through their app. 23 more words


Super batteries made of Hemp

For the longest time graphene was considered the material of the future, with the potential to revolutionize battery technology, among other things. By now it should be clear to everyone that in regards to progress and development, battery technology is lagging behind almost any other technology. 133 more words


Sigma News & Rumors: Announcement of the 14-24mm f/4 OS at Photokina, Price of 24mm f1 4 Art leaked

As reported a little more than a month ago, Sigma currently works on over ten lenses and on the Quattro successors for the SD1 Merrill and DP Merrills. 205 more words


The Monkey Selfie: a Tough Nut to Crack for Legal System and Photo Community

The following story about famous British nature photographer David Slater and the monkey selfie has been dividing the photo community for days and may potentially turn the legal understanding of animals upside down completely. 235 more words