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VSCO opens video editing for public beta
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VSCO has been allowing photographers to edit their photos for a while now, and now they’re introducing a new feature. From now on, the users will be able to edit videos as well. You can apply all those stylish filters, and color grade the footage. Although, the feature is available for free only for a […]

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Where Does the Sand Come From?
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This image from NASA’s Mars Reconnaisance Orbiter (MRO) shows one possible place where sand grains are being produced on Mars today.

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This app lets you use your smartphone as an external Lightroom control panel
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If you’d like to control Lightroom on your computer through your mobile device, Control Room app lets you do exactly this. Young software engineer Aaron Vizzini developed this app, and it turns your smartphone or tablet into an external control panel. This means you can sit back, control the settings on your phone or tablet, […]

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Dark Molecular Cloud Barnard 68
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Where did all the stars go?

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How I made this image using my favourite compositing technique
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I love creating images with plenty of story and I need to use certain techniques to get the light the way I want. On location I use limited gear, usually two Einchrom ELB400 which I use to create interesting light to my subjects and the environment. My most used composite image technique is where I […]

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Use your non photography interests to step out of your comfort zone
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We all get that feeling sometimes when we look at our work and we feel we have been creating the same kind of images for too long without experimenting. It is good to create a portfolio of work which showcases your skill in one style, but we as artists still need to experiment to grow […]

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It took a month for this photographer to come to terms with this heartbreaking scene
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When we go out to shoot, whether it’s for ourselves or on assignment, we’re often surprised. Usually, it’s in a good way. Sometimes, though, not so much. This photograph is what photographer Troy Moth describes as the most heartbreaking image he’s ever made. Troy tells DIYP that while on assignment in Northern Ontario, an assignment […]

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Suited Up for a Day's Work
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Astronaut Randy Bresnik conducts a spacewalk on October 5.

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The Nikon D850 has the first DSLR sensor to score 100 points on DxOMark
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It probably wasn’t going to be much of a surprise for the new Nikon D850 to do rather well on DxOMark. The pixel peeper’s favourite website rates it as being the best overall sensor on the market, scoring it at a pretty perfect 100. The 45.7MP sensor contained within the D850 is Nikon’s entry into […]

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This is the first ever 360-degree video of a spacewalk
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We common mortals are probably not very likely to walk in space anytime soon. But astronauts on the International Space Station have made this 360-degree video to get us as close to spacewalks as we can get at the moment. Two Russian cosmonauts, Sergey Ryazansky and Fyodor Yurchikhin, filed the launching of five nano-satellites outside […]

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First Meeting of the National Space Council
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Members of the National Space Council are seen during the council’s first meeting on Oct. 5 at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum’s Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center. The council, chaired by Vice President Mike Pence heard testimony from representatives from civil space, commercial space, and national security space industry representatives.

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