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Picturing the Marijuana Economy
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This guest post is by Rupert Jenkins, director and curator of the Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC). CPAC’s new exhibition, “Mixed Bag: Marijuana in the Highlands,” presents marijuana-themed images by three photographers: H. Lee, Theo Stroomer and Benjamin Rasmussen. Rasmussen has been documenting the story of legalized marijuana since 2012. In the following post, Jenkins asks […]

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Do What You Love
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Gabriela Herman is a editorial and commercial photographer who specializes in travel, food, lifestyle and portrait work. She travels a lot, and splits her time between New York City and Martha’s Vineyard, where she spends her summers. In a recent email promo, Herman included images from her fifth—and first international—assignment from Condé Nast Traveler. The magazine […]

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Panasonic Lumix GM5 review – mini-mirrorless!
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Panasonic’s Lumix GM5 is a tiny mirrorless system camera based on the Micro Four Thirds standard – so while it’s roughly the same size as a Sony RX100, it actually supports interchangeable lenses. The GM5 builds on the existing GM1 by packing in a small but detailed electronic viewfinder, a hotshoe and a new control […]

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Samsung NX3000 review – budget mirrorless!
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Samsung’s NX3000 is an entry-level mirrorless camera that offers a 21.6 Megapixel APSC sensor, a 3in flip-up screen that’s ideal for selfies, 1080p video, Wifi with NFC and the chance to trigger the shutter with a smile or a wink. Compatible with the growing range of NX mount lenses, the NX3000 currently represents very good […]

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SpinSat Investigation Tests New Technology, Returns Data
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Equipment and data from the SpinSat investigation returns to Earth today, May 21, 2015, with splashdown of the sixth SpaceX cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station. This Nov. 28, 2014 photograph by NASA astronaut Terry Virts captures the predeploy of SpinSat, which was launched into orbit from the station.

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Creative Ways toPhotograph FlowersIn Your Home
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For many of you, the harshness of winter has finally come to a close. (Yay!) In its place you now have the beauty of spring, which means flowers are everywhere. We’ve already starting making the most of this new and colorful season with our recent guide on frozen flower photography. Now we’re gonna share four more ways to get creative with flower photos right in your […]

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The Little Shop of Emojis – Discounts for All!
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Emojis have taken over our shop. They’re running rampant, discounting shopping carts with reckless abandon. It’s … kind of adorable. Today only, type any emoji (or combo!) in the coupon section of your cart and you‘ll get a discount. All emojis are valid coupons today! We’ll be tweeting out clues to the emoji/combo that’ll land […]

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In A Few Years There Could Be A Famous Photographer On The £20 Banknote
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Yesterday, the Bank of England officially opened up the process for the public to nominate a visual artist they’d like to see printed on the new £20 notes. According to the Bank of England, a visual aritst is broadly defined, but includes “architects, artists, ceramicists, craftspeople, designers, fashion designers, filmmakers, photographers, printmakers and sculptors.” But, the Royal […]

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Experimental Japan
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The 1970s marked a shift among Japan’s artists from modernism to more experimental and conceptual explorations. Spurred by a cross-pollination between photography and art worlds, Japanese image-makers were propelled into conversation with global art and photography. “For a New World to Come: Experiments in Japanese Art and Photography, 1968-1979,” a new exhibition at the Museum […]

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Mike Brodie’s Early Polaroids
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  Mike Brodie first made waves in the art world with his 2013 book, A Period of Juvenile Prosperity, a collection of photographs made from 2006–2009 as he rode the rails with his youthful companions. The candid 35mm photographs captured the freedom and grit of their nomadic lifestyle, simultaneously romanticizing it and exposing its harsh […]

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Panasonic Lumix 42.5mm f1.7 review – compact but high quality lens!
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Panasonic’s Lumix G 42.5mm f1.7 is a short telephoto lens for the Micro Four Thirds system. Mounted on an Olympus or Panasonic body, it delivers an 85mm field-of-view that’s ideal for portraits, but a close focusing distance also lets it double-up for surprisingly good macro work. Find out how it compares to the popular Olympus […]

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