9-year-old Boy Is The Youngest Wildlife Photographer! Wins The Young Wildlife Photographer Award This Year

9-year-old Boy Is The Youngest Wildlife Photographer! Wins The Young Wildlife Photographer Award This Year

Some photographers believe, wild life photography is more than passion. However, usually adults or a bit aged photographers get involved in wild life photography, but that doesn’t mean that kids or teenagers can’t be a wild life photographer. Lately, a 9-year-old boy has become the youngest wildlife photographer. In fact, he has become the young wildlife photographer of the year.

By On October 30, 2014 Respond
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MIT Created A Camera That Can Take 3D Photos In The Dark

MIT Created A Camera That Can Take 3D Photos In The Dark

One of the most basic rules for taking a picture is light. The more light is available to record an object or a landscape, the higher the chances of the photo turning out to be very good. But seems like the advanced technology in present world is about to change the basic rules of everything. Lately, a team of researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has created such a camera that can take 3D photos in the dark.

By On December 3, 2013 Respond
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Turn Your SLR Into A Digital Camera With DigiPod

Turn Your SLR Into A Digital Camera With DigiPod

SLR cameras have been the central part of the photography equipment for many long years. However, with the increasing popularity of DSLR cameras, SLRs have been pushed to the back seat. A professional photographer, James Jackson, now aims to change this by offering DigiPod, which lets you turn an SLR camera into a digital one.

By On August 24, 2013 Respond
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Researchers Capture Stunning Image Of Andromeda Galaxy Via Super Telescope

Researchers Capture Stunning Image Of Andromeda Galaxy Via Super Telescope

The Andromeda Galaxy is a spiral galaxy which is approximately 2.5 million light-years (2.4×1019 km or 14,696,563,432,959,020,000 miles) away from the Earth in the Andromeda constellation. Lately, astronomers have captured a sensational high-resolution image of the Andromeda galaxy via Hyper Suprime-Cam (HSC) on the Subaru telescope from the Earth.

By On August 3, 2013 Respond
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Light Up Your Mobile Phone Pictures With iblazr LED Flash

Light Up Your Mobile Phone Pictures With iblazr LED Flash

The new generation of smart devices have improved a lot in terms of camera technology. But still we feel the need of good flash lights at times. Keeping this in mind iblazr has introduced a powerful and portable universal LED flash to improve the quality of your pictures and videos in low-light.

By On July 1, 2013 Respond
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Yahoo Buys iOS Camera App Maker To Improve Flickr

Yahoo Buys iOS Camera App Maker To Improve Flickr

Earlier today, Yahoo has announced another acquisition. This time it is about Flickr. Yahoo has acquired iOS camera app maker GhostBird Software for an undisclosed sum.

By On June 13, 2013 Respond
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Explore 3 Years Of Sun’s Activity In A 3 Minute Video Released By NASA

Explore 3 Years Of Sun’s Activity In A 3 Minute Video Released By NASA

On February 11, 2010, NASA launched Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO), a mission of NASA which will observe the Sun for over five years. More than three years have past since it arrived in the space and within a bit over three years, SDO has taken unlimited pictures of the Sun, showing off its steady increase in activity. Yesterday on April 22, NASA released a video combining three years of images provided by its SDO.

By On April 23, 2013 Respond
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Hubble Space Telescope Captured Stunning Image Of Horsehead Nebula

Hubble Space Telescope Captured Stunning Image Of Horsehead Nebula

The Hubble space telescope has been in orbit for 23 years. Within this long time, Hubble space telescope has captured many stunning images like Saturn’s Aurorae during Equinox, Messier’s ancient stars and many more. Recently, the Hubble space telescope has photographed the Horsehead Nebula, which is a dark nebula in the constellation Orion in infrared wavelengths against the backdrop of the Milky Way.

By On April 22, 2013 Respond
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Thrill-Seeking Photographer Captured Rare Moments Of Lava Meeting Lightning

Thrill-Seeking Photographer Captured Rare Moments Of Lava Meeting Lightning

Professional photographers are really dedicated and passionate to their work. We have already seen a photographer waiting for two years to snap a perfect photo of the Milky Way Galaxy. And now we have found another thrill-seeking photographer who have captured some awesome images of lighting while colliding with lava.

By On March 20, 2013 Respond
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Latest Panorama Of Mars Shows Gigantic Mount Sharp

Latest Panorama Of Mars Shows Gigantic Mount Sharp

Earlier we have seen the panoramic pictures of Mars captured by Curiosity. That panoramic picture inspired scientists to create stunning more panoramic pictures of Mars. Recently, NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity has sent new images of Mount Sharp from the red planet, which is said to be higher than any mountain in the 48 contiguous states of the United States.

By On March 16, 2013 Respond
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NASA Revealed Beautiful Images Of Venus Captured By Cassini While Orbiting Saturn

NASA Revealed Beautiful Images Of Venus Captured By Cassini While Orbiting Saturn

NASA’s spacecraft Cassini has been studying Saturn, the second largest planet in the Solar System, and its rings and moons, since it arrived in orbit around the planet in 2004. We have already seen Cassini sending back beautiful images of Saturn and colorful photos of Saturn and its largest moon, Titan. But yesterday on March 4, NASA revealed a gorgeous image of Venus, the second closest planet from the Sun, captured by Cassini.

By On March 5, 2013 Respond
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The World’s Most Powerful Digital Camera Snapped Photos First Time On September 12

The World’s Most Powerful Digital Camera Snapped Photos First Time On September 12

The name of the world’s most powerful digital camera is Dark Energy Camera. It’s been placed on a mountaintop in Chile. This is not an ordinary camera; rather it’s a US-sponsored space camera. Dark Energy Camera can shoot 570-megapixel photographs. For the first time, this super powerful camera snapped pictures of southern sky on September 12. The snapped pictures are really amazing. Want to see?

By On September 25, 2012 Respond
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Flickr Helps Scientists Discover New Species Of Insect

Flickr Helps Scientists Discover New Species Of Insect

Popular photo-sharing site Flickr has been one of the top photo storage and sharing sites for years now. But, helping a science discovery was unprecedented. According to a paper published in the journal ZooKeys, researchers have identified a previously unknown insect from a series of photos posted on Flickr.

By On August 12, 2012 Respond
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Six Schoolgirls Capture The Space From 118,000 Feet, Only With A Camera And A Homemade Satellite

Six Schoolgirls Capture The Space From 118,000 Feet, Only With A Camera And A Homemade Satellite

Six 6-grader schoolgirls from Kentucky dreamed about sending a payload into near-space, taking some measurements of earth from that point of view, snapping some high-resolution pictures, making videos of the earth and finally bringing back the payload safely to the ground. The project was named Project Terra Incognita, and up for funding in Kickstarter. Thanks to the backers, the girls have successfully finished the project, and surprisingly, these schoolgirls have brought back some amazing footage from 118,000 feet above the ground using only a camera and a homemade satellite.

By On August 2, 2012 1 Response
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Research Team Snapped Photo Of A Single Atom For The First Time

Research Team Snapped Photo Of A Single Atom For The First Time

Ever seen a real photo of a single atom? No, it was not possible, so far but the research team of Griffith University made it possible. After five years of research, now the research team says, it needs only one atom to cast a shadow. and for the first time, researchers have successfully photographed the shadow of a single atom.

By On July 6, 2012 Respond
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