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Fight Over Rights to Monkey’s Selfie Ends in Settlement

SAN FRANCISCO — A lawsuit over who owns the copyright to selfie photographs snapped by a monkey has ended in a settlement before a federal court could answer the novel legal question. Lawyers for an animal-rights group said Monday that they would ask a federal appeals court to dismiss the case. They say the photographer whose camera was used to…

Beautiful Photos Of Dancers from the NYC Dance Project

“We are so excited to announce that our book “The Art of Movement”, published by Black Dog & Leventhal is now available. Our hardcover coffee-table book is over 300 pages and features more than 70 dancers from American Ballet Theatre, New York City Ballet, Martha Graham Dance Company, Alvin Ailey, Royal Danish Ballet, the Royal Ballet and many others! We…

2016 Ocean Art Contest Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the 2016 Ocean Art Underwater Photo Competition.! Ocean Art is one of the most prestigious nature photo contests in the world, and the winning images represent some of the best underwater photographs of the year. Photographers from over 60 countries entered images, and over $75,000 in sponsor prizes have been awarded, making the Ocean Art…

The International Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards 2016

Can you do it this year? Reach the top 101 photos for the book! Entries close 15 November 2016 – and late entries on 22 November 2016. The judges are looking for photographs that epitomize the art and craft of landscape photography. This will mean different things to different judges. Your job is to impress the judges. More info here…

Make your own DIY Polaroid camera with a Rasberry Pi and a receipt printer

Instant cameras have come a long way since the days of the emulsion prints of Polaroid. Take for example, Impossible Project’s new I–1 camera, a sleek instant camera controlled by an accompanying smartphone app. What if you want something a little less expensive and a little more DIY though? The answer might be this clever instant camera made from a Raspberry…