The New GoPro Fusion 360 Will Blow Your Mind

Published on 11/05/2018 - Author : Alexandre Nessler - Category : video

Last April, Marshall Miller ventures in the sky with his WingSuit for a dizzying descent at high speed. Except that this time the it was filmed with the new GoPro Fusion 360 VR, for a rendering that leaves you with your mouth wide open and completely disrupts extreme sporting videos as we knew them.

New Camera Allows Scientists To See Our Ocean Floor Through the Waves!

Published on 11/05/2018 - Author : Lisa Scarpa - Category : technology

NASA has made yet another big discovery and step forward in the discovery and exploration of our fascinating planet. Since our 96.5% of our planet’s water is in the ocean, which covers about 71% of our earth. Now, we will be able to see through the waves and collect data on our ocean floor! NASA Ames scientist Ved Chirayath has developed a new camera called the Fluid Cam!

The Newest Updates to Your Favorite Photo Editing Softwares!

Published on 09/05/2018 - Author : Lisa Scarpa - Category : photo editing

Even if you’re not a professional photographer, as soon as you hear "photo editing", you immediately think of the Adobe software: Photoshop! And you're right, as the undisputed market leader, Photoshop is used by the majority of professionals because it allows you to make thousands of changes. But there are other options, many of them!

The Most Remarkable Photos of National Geographic's History

Published on 07/05/2018 - Author : Lisa Scarpa - Category : photography

The National Geographic Society has provided the world with some of the most important photography of our time. 130 years later, we find ourselves discovering more and more and teaching future generations the impact National Geographic has made on our planet! This is just the beginning!

The Unseen Life Around The USA-Mexico Border

Published on 07/05/2018 - Author : Alexandre Nessler - Category : society

For ten days, three AFP photographers traveled hundreds of miles along the US-Mexico border in order to take snapshots that give a better overview of life as it unfolds there. The photographs are exposed at the border between the two countries.

3,000 Photos Found of 1970's New York

Published on 04/05/2018 - Author : Elias Khatal - Category : photography

Nearly 3,000 photos of New York in the 1970s taken by reporters from major editorial offices were accidentally discovered by municipal employees. After being lost for 40 years, you can find pictures from cats on bicycles to swimsuits from the 70's! Authentic photos by professionals that give us a glimpse into the lives we may have forgotten!

The Evolution of Cameras Through X-Rays

Published on 03/05/2018 - Author : Lisa Scarpa - Category : photography

Going back to the basics of a camera, what has really changed, starting from almost a hundred years ago. Although the exterior has been remodeled over and over again, what has really been going on inside?