My water cell video, A Future Without Water, is being screened at the International Science Film Festival , part of the India International Science Festival being held at the National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi from the 8th to 11th December 2016.
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The World Press Photo winners were announced last week, and they are some amazing images there. I strongly suggest you to go and check them out! :) Let me know if there is one you particularly love or hate in the comments!
But this post is not about the image themselves, but the camera used to capture them. Quesabesde.com used the EXIF data from the images to create the following graphic of cameras used by the winning shots!
Ok, i'm using the term "news" a little loose here, as this was original posted on National Geographic site in January 2014, nearly two years ago, but I've only just come across it and I think it is awesome! The place a camera on an alligator and see what it does... :) Check out the video! :)
I have previously interviewed the brains behind JungleDragon, a FREE wildlife photography website that I personally enjoy. They are currently running a competition with $250 of prizes up for grabs! You should all check it out! It ends on 30th December 2015, so be quick about it! :) Good luck!
As photographers, we are training our eyes to take in the entire scene, often seeing things that non-photographers do. This is exemplified by an experiment looking at the eye movements Canon USA made. The Obsession Experiment is an advert for a printer, but the results are interesting. Check it out! :)