New LG Action CAM LTE live streams videos on YouTube
This announcement really came out of nowhere! LG has just announced world’s first LTE-powered camera, which will be capable of live streams videos on YouTube Live. The device is a fully-featured action camera, with support for WiFi, 4K video recording, slow-motion movie capturing, and many other tools.
Hazmat Surfing project shows what will become of our oceans
The future of our oceans and ultimately our future is dark. Pollution is affecting the oceans so much that in some places you cannot surf after it rains. Photographer Michael Dyrland has experienced this issue in Los Angeles, therefore he has created the “Hazmat Surfing” photo project to raise awareness of ocean pollution.
Canon vs Nikon war still waging at major sports events
Are you a Canon or a Nikon fan? These are the most popular companies among photographers. Moreover, professionals love them, too. The Canon vs Nikon war is waging everywhere you look, including at major sports events, such as the Olympics and the World Cup. Which one is more popular? Read on to find out!
Portraits of football legends who scored in World Cup finals
The 2014 World Cup is underway in Brazil. Football (soccer) fans all over the world are keeping a close eye on the competition, while the people of 32 nations are hoping that their team will be victorious. In London, photographer Michael Donald has opened an exhibition which consists of portraits of players who scored in World Cup finals.
Lorenz Holder wins Red Bull Illume 2013 photo contest
In a huge ceremony in Hong Kong, the best action and photographer of the year has been selected. A team of judges have decided that the Overall Winner of the Red Bull Illume 2013 photo contest must be Lorenz Holder, a photographer from Germany, thanks to a photo of a snowboarder jumping over a satellite dish.
Photo of Usain Bolt winning and lightning triggers web craze
A photo of Usain Bolt has gone viral on the internet. A shot of the sprinter winning the 100m race in Moscow with a lightning strike in the background has triggered the latest internet craze. The image has been taken by AFP photographer, Olivier Morin, who claims that 99% was down to luck and the “weather gods”.
Stunning Earth photos from a paragliding photographer
Paragliding would make anyone’s heart start beating. Adrenaline would start flowing through everyone’s veins, but Jody MacDonald manages to keep her cool. She is the leading photographer of the Best Odyssey expedition around the world, which has allowed her to capture a stunning collection of Earth photos.
HTC and Getty Images launch Inside Street Football exhibition
HTC is doing its best to promote the camera found on its latest flagship Android-powered smartphone, called One. The latest Ultrapixel campaign consists of an exhibition called Inside Street Football. The company has partnered with several Getty Images photographers, who have captured amazing street photography.
AFP’s Adrian Dennis wins 2012 Sports Photographer of the Year award
The Sports Journalists’ Association has named Adrian Dennis as the 2012 Sports Photographer of the Year. It is one of the most prestigious titles in sports photography, but the images captured by the Agence France-Press photographer, during the London 2012 Olympics, have certainly lived up to the expectations.
Viral photo of a skateboarder ollieing over subway tracks
An image of a skateboarder jumping over the subway tracks in New York City has went viral. The dangerous stunt has been performed at the 145th Street station and it has been immortalized by photographer Allen Ying. Although many have deemed the photo as “fake”, it is very real and available in the latest 43 Magazine issue.
Photographers to capture the Formula 1 Australian GP using Nikon D4
Nikon and the Sutton Images agency have announced a partnership regarding the use of the Nikon D4 DSLR during the Australian Grand Prix. The first race of the 2013 Formula 1 season will take place on March 17 in Melbourne, Australia and the agency’s photographers will use the D4 camera to capture all the motorsport action.