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Let’s be honest: We all document our lives on Facebook and Instagram. But have you ever wanted to do that secretly?
If so, these very strange-looking sunglasses could be for you. Acton, a company which primarily sells electric skateboards, has launched ACE Eyewear, a pair of sunglasses that doubles as a covert camera. (The sunglasses were first discovered by The Verge.)
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ACE Eyewear sunglasses feature a 120-degree wide-angle lens and about 1.5 hours of battery life of continuous recording, according to the company. Read more…
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A handful of stunning images have been named as the best wedding photos of 2017.
The shots make up Junebug Weddings’ prestigious annual selection and include pictures from nearly 9,000 entrants all around the world.
Judged by a panel of industry experts, the images show dozens of couples and their loved ones celebrating their happy day.
This year marks the 10th year the best wedding photo contest has been held.
Carrie Schwab, general manager and editor-in-chief at Junebug Weddings, said: “Emotion is the most important thing when it comes to taking a good wedding photo. Without emotion, photos are boring, even if they have all of the technical stuff down.
“Nearly 9,000 images were submitted to the contest this year. I’m always blown away by the number of countries that are represented in our entrant pool. We had entrants from Serbia, Puerto Rico, Slovenia, Brazil, and Singapore to name a few.”
Carrie continued: “Our judging panel is comprised of three industry leaders, along with the Junebug Weddings team. The photos are taken through multiple rounds and assigned points by the judges.
“Our team then works to match up the points and from there, it’s really just a matter of reviewing the images that are awarded the most points and fact-checking the final set.”
She added: “I have a lot of favourites from this year’s collection but one thing that they all have in common is that they are fun and joyful, which reminds me of how I felt on my own wedding day.”
Do you have any relatives in Florida, Los Angeles or the Caribbean? Now is an excellent time to catch up.
New Year’s 2018 was marked by bone-chillingly low, sad temperatures in much of the continental United StatesNew York City had its coldest New Years since 1962Chicago’s New Year’s, which was measured at about zero degrees right before midnight, was its most frigid since 1969. Temperatures in some parts of the United States hit 50 degrees below Farenheit.
Thankfully, these photos of places and people looking just as miserable as us give us warmth.
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If you’re a parent, this smart photo album could bring a lot of joy to your holiday season.
The Joy Photo Album allows you to remotely share photos, and communicate about those photos, with your family. CEO Alan Chan invented the product after years of struggling to compile his family’s photos from many different phones and cameras in one place.
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Joy is a 13.3″ HD touchscreen device that comes with a proprietary wireless charging stand. With the accompanying app, available for iOS or Android, users can add photos from Google Photos, Facebook, Instagram, Dropbox, and Flickr to your Joy album. With the app, you can organize the photos into albums, and choose which ones to showcase. Then Joy will display your photos in rotating slideshows with many different collage layouts. Read more…
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It’s been a pretty crappy week here on Earth, so let’s take our bad moods on a little interplanetary excursion.
Jupiter seems to be a nice fit.
The giant planet’s roiling clouds, churning in its northern hemisphere, make it look like a peaceful Van Gogh painting in this newly-released photo taken by NASA’s Juno spacecraft.
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“The Juno spacecraft captured this image when the spacecraft was only 11,747 miles (18,906 kilometers) from the tops of Jupiter’s clouds — that’s roughly as far as the distance between New York City and Perth, Australia,” NASA said in a statement about the image taken on October 24. Read more…
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Western Australia has a particularly flabbergasting landscape, one photographer Martine Perret felt she needed to get a little higher to capture.
Born in Bordeaux, Perret is a former UN photographer and desk editor at The Australian Financial Review, who covered peacekeeping missions in conflict zones such as the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Burundi, as well as Ebola-affected areas of South Sudan.
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Now a local of Margaret River, Western Australia, Perret has taken a series of photographs of the state’s natural landscape from the air, for a new book called . Read more…
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Want to create quality content for your social media posts and rack up those sweet, sweet likes? Of course you do.
For any photo-savvy adventurer who loves to blog about their latest outing, Gnarbox is here to make your digital camera footage into instant art wherever you are.
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This handy backup device, paired with its companion app, lets your smartphone or tablet become a mini-studio where you can edit raw photos and 4K videos from your camera’s SD card or USB connection. It can also store your footage so you can put it on your computer, in case you prefer using more traditional editing software for your content. Read more…
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Dennis Quaid, star of The Rookie and A Dog’s Purpose and hot dad of The Parent Trap, likes dogs. This we can tell.
In fact, a 2003 Architectural Digest feature on Dennis Quaid’s Montana ranch is so good not because of the ranch (although the ranch is beautiful), but because it features images of Dennis Quaid with dogs.
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There’s Dennis Quaid holding a fishing rod, an attentive chocolate lab by his side; there’s even Dennis Quaid posing gleefully between two dogs and a horse. (Upon the horse? Another dog.)
It is all just so good. Read more…
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An overhead view of people on 36th St. between 8th and 9th Aves., New York. Manhattan’s Garment District has been the center of the American fashion industry since at least the turn of the twentieth century – in 1900, New York City’s garment trade was its largest industry by a factor of three. The entire fashion ecosystem, from fabric suppliers to designer showrooms, exists within an area just under a square mile.
Native New Yorker Margaret Bourke-White was in her mid-twenties when she took this picture. She would later become Life magazine’s first female photojournalist and, during WWII, the first female war correspondent.
The two cars shown are a 1930 Ford Model A 4-Door Sedan, left, and a Ford Model A Sports Coupe, right. Read more…
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