September 27, 2023

Winners of 2023 International Pet Photography Awards Capture the Souls of Our Furry Friends

Pet photographers from 32 different countries entered their best images of dogs, cats, horses, and more to the 2023 International Pet Photographer of the Year contest. Hosted by dog photography platform Unleashed Education, the winners were revealed during Shutterhound, the world's first specialist dog photography conference. Swedish photographer Sanna Sander took home the title of International Pet Photographer of the Year for her strong portfolio of images.

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September 25, 2023

Stunning Panorama of Melting Polar Ice Wins Nature Photography Contest

Renowned wildlife photographer Thomas Vijayan adds another award to his impressive résumé by being named Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2023. His winning photograph of the Austfonna Ice Cap beat over 8,000 images that were entered into the competition. The haunting photo is not only beautiful, but also a stark reminder of how global warming is rapidly melting sea ice. “This is nature in its most urgent state of decay.

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September 20, 2023

Polaroid Releases New I-2 Camera With Manual Controls For More Creative Capabilities

The first Polaroid camera was released in 1948, and the brand is still a favorite among creators. Now, Polaroid is adding a game-changing model to its impressive lineup. Called the I-2, this instant camera is the first product in its history that features built-in manual controls. The camera itself has a classic Polaroid design, with a black exterior made with an impact-resistant plastic and minimalist details.

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September 15, 2023

Astrophotographer Travels to Remote Location to Capture Photo of ISS Transit

Backyard astrophotographer Andrew McCarthy is willing to do whatever it takes to get the shot that he's after. And, in the case of his latest photo, that could even mean traveling to a remote location to set up his equipment on the side of the road. The results were well worth it, as he came away with what he calls “the most science-fiction photo” that he's ever taken.

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