photography

Via: Peta Pixel
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Photography is considered by to be one of the most important (and expensive) elements to a successful wedding. Capturing that perfect shot is something that is treasured for a lifetime. All that being said, there's no doubt that these wedding photographers got a little over zealous when they overstepped their boundaries in their pursuit of that shot of a lifetime.


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The South African Newspaper, Cape Times , cleverly took a number of famous photos and digitally modified them to appear as though they're selfies for a recent ad campaign. Each photo is accompanied with the tagline: "You can't get closer to the news."

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PhotographerJennifer Greenburg has connected with a number of vintage black-and-white photos she's collected over the years by inserting herself into the actual images. She connects with the scenery by mimicking the style at the time at which each photo was taken and the overall mood of what is happening in the pictures.

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Via: Reddit
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Redditor AJ192 took this spectacular photograph of a lightning in the middle of a fireworks show at Balloon Fiesta Park in Rio Rancho, New Mexico.

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Via: Kotaku
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Japan's latest trending photo fad turns musical instruments into powerful air blasting weapons. Coming off the heels of the Hadoukening (better known as "Makankosappo" in Japan) pics that went viral in March, Japanese band students are tweeting photographs of themselves while in mid-leap as if they're getting blasted away by large brass "tuba guns" (or natively known as "chuuba juu"). While tubas seem to be the most popular choice of instrument for this fad, trumpets, cymbals and other musical instruments have entered the fray as well.

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Via: Li Wei
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Chinese photographer Li Wei "levitates" in the sky dressed as a monk. Staged at La Villette in Paris in March, this image of Wei's wire-walking illusionist performance was recently noted in the Associated Press' Top 150 Photos Of 2012.

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Via: Memoto
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Memoto is a mini portable "life-logging" camera that automatically takes two geotagged snapshots a minute everywhere you go. The 5-megapixel camera is GPS-enabled, weather protected and accessible via smartphone, thus serving as a virtual diary of your photographic memory that is searchable and sharable. The product is available for pre-order and free shipping on Kickstarter ($279), estimated for its first delivery in April 2013.

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