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Children’s Dreams And Fantasies Captured in Photographs

Children’s Dreams And Fantasies Captured in Photographs Central Texas’ premier child portrait artist Rhiannon Logsdon helps them achieve their dreams, if only in photographs. The children in her pictures are transformed into beautiful creatures of fantasyland fairies. Others just get enthralling experiences like riding a dinosaur. Everyone knows children are partial to …

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Photographer Catches the ISS Flying Past the Moon

Photographer Catches the ISS Flying Past the Moon. Amateur photographer Dylan O’Donnell captured the image above of the ISS transiting the moon on June 30th. This all happens in fraction of a second. To get an idea of how fast it happens and how hard its to freeze the subject …

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Detailed List Of All Lens Abbreviations

Detailed List Of All Nikon Lens Abbreviations All the lenses have markings and abbreviations on them become confusing for the hobbyists or sometimes even for professionals. Lens naming convention can sometimes be rather complex, because the manufacturers use letters and abbreviations to identify different lens components. Knowing what each of those …

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Photography Now And Then

Photography Now And Then. This is a simple tongue-in-cheek infographic showing how smartphone cameras have impacted the way people take and view photos. It’s a then-and-now comparison of three simple measures: pictures taken, pictures developed, and pictures looked at. Instead of snapping and cherishing a precious handful of photos, people …

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Evolution of Photography : Exposures Versus Keepers

Evolution of Photography : Exposures Versus Keepers Photographer Mason Resnick created this humorous (but perhaps painfully true?) graphic about how photography has changed since the days of 12-exposure rolls of 120 film.   Resnick was cleaning out his office when he found an unopened roll of 120 film from the …

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The Dragonfly Telescope with $100,000 Lens

The Dragonfly Telescope with $100,000 Lens. The Dragonfly Telephoto Array is one of the smallest professional astronomical telescopes in existence.  It uses ten ordinary Canon 400mm f/2.8L IS II lenses that cost $9,999 each. That’s $100,000 in photo gear. Commissioned in 2013 with only three lenses, the array is growing in size …

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