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Photographers Tony and Chelsea Northrup made this lighthearted 7.5-minute video about the 5 worst types of photographers you’ll meet.Here’s a rundown of the 5 types featured in the video (which was posted a few years ago):#1. The Copy Cat: Photographers who are way too “inspired” by what they see you doing.#2. The Chatty Cathy: Photographers whose incessant talking ruins p
MindShift Gear, the sister company of ThinkTank Photo, has released its all new Exposure messenger bag lineup. Like its backpacks, the MindShift Exposure lineup is made with outdoor photographers in mind, complete with water-repellent material and a rugged bottom.The Exposure shoulder bags come in two versions: the Exposure 13 and the Exposure 15. As the names suggest, the Exposure 13 can fit a 1
This past Saturday was a really horrible day for me. But before I tell you all the story, I should preface this by saying that even though yesterday was brutal, I know that I am at the 2018 Winter Olympics and lucky to be here. OK, I got that out the way, so here it goes.After staying up until 2 am on the day of Opening Ceremony, editing photos, and writing blog posts, I was exhausted and went to
While there are many great cameras, lenses and other photography gadgets available today, there are also some very bad products. Tony & Chelsea Northrup are counting down their all-time worst cameras and gadgets as part of the new episode of their "Picture This!" podcast. I don't want to spoil their list, but there are some real dud products in their countdown, including such cameras as
It seems straightforward enough. We human beings are innately verbal creatures. Writing is just taking the language we dream, think, and speak in, and arranging the words on some paper or a computer screen. So why is it so hard sometimes? I think it’s because the same inventive brains that gave us Harry Potter, A Read More...The post What’s Your Worst Writing Fear? Dread and Trepidati
This week, a pair of towers outside London's Victoria station won the 2017 Carbuncle Cup and children's clothes that grow with their wearers took home the UK's James Dyson Award. Read more is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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