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How the camera saved the photographer Philip-Lorca diCorcia - Telegraph

How the camera saved the photographer Philip-Lorca diCorcia - Telegraph | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it
The photographer Philip-Lorca diCorcia crashed out of school and nearly died experimenting with drugs, but his fortunes changed when he picked up a camera at art school.
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Who would've guessed that photography could save lives? Well, that's exactly what happened to Philip-Lorca diCorcia, a man who turned his life around through photography. His photos have been displayed in galleries around the world and so has his inspirational story. This article takes you through his trials and tribulations as a photographer.

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Camerapocalypse: How photography’s titans will survive smartphones

Camerapocalypse: How photography’s titans will survive smartphones | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it
Burdened with problems and smartphones that are eating their lunch, camera makers face extraordinary challenges. However, they're also making amazing gear.
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Competition from smartphones is forcing photography companies to rethink their entire product lines. This article describes some of the challenges these companies face and what they are doing about the changing photography landscape.

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The Joys of Instant Photography

The Joys of Instant Photography | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it

"A few months ago, I was in Los Angeles and grabbed coffee with my friend Eric Steelberg. Eric's a talented cinematographer and mentioned a piece of gear he wanted me to check out. Expecting the latest digital gadget to appear out of his bag, I was surprised to see him pull out a large brick of a camera that I'd never seen before. It was a Polaroid 180 Land Camera from the 1970s."

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From the old style to the new, Matt Morris gives us a close race, to which is better in instant photography. On old Polaroid land camera that produces a photo in less than 90 seconds, or a digital format that was also captured seconds ago. Maybe we should just live with both?

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9 photography accessories you never knew you needed | What Digital Camera

9 photography accessories you never knew you needed | What Digital Camera | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it
We probably don't need to tell you to buy a tripod, but here are a few clever gadgets and accessories you might not have thought about...
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This article lists some of the coolest accessories for your digital camera. You might be surprised by how awesome some of these accessories are!

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Slow-Mo Wedding Photobooth Captures Long-Lasting Love [VIDEO]

Slow-Mo Wedding Photobooth Captures Long-Lasting Love [VIDEO] | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it

"For their wedding reception, newlyweds Quang and Ellie had a slow-motion photo booth installed that captures videos in warped speed.

Thanks to video-production company Super Frog Saves Tokyo and RED Epic Camera, the video shows the couple and their wedding guests getting their kiss, dance and smile on in the booth — all in spectacular slow-mo. Fittingly, Robin Thicke's summer anthem "Blurred Lines" is playing in the background."

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Weddings are nothing to fret about, as long as you have a photo booth everyone can have fun. And in return a hilarious video came out of it.

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How to Turn a Smartphone Panorama Into a ‘Tiny Planet’ Photo

How to Turn a Smartphone Panorama Into a ‘Tiny Planet’ Photo | Mobile Photography | Scoop.it
Ever since Google released the Photosphere feature for their Nexus devices, I have been obsessed with making tiny planets. The photosphere feature enables you to take 360 degree photos, essentially creating a “room” of photos.
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