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For gearheads looking to interact with their own kind, MadWhips is their social network

Calling itself the largest auto-themed social networking site, MadWhips is designed to connect car enthusiasts and photographers. The company has launched a new site and app that allow users to easily upload and share images.
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Epson WorkForce WF-7510 Review

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Worthy of her grandeur, this is how you take a photo of a luxury cruise ship

In celebration of the 10th anniversary of its Queen Mary 2 ocean liner, Cunard commissioned a photo shoot that involved the captain standing on the ship's bow, surrounded by waters off the coast of Bali.

Less is more, plus 11 other simple and effective photography tips from the pros

Digital photography goes beyond knowing how to operate your camera. Three professional photographers share 12 cheap and easy tricks they've learned from their years of experience, and how you can incorporate them into your workflow.

Another Flickr redesign on the way – slicker and waves bye-bye to Yahoo toolbar

Less than a year after it had a major makeover, Flickr looks set for another redesign in the coming weeks, bringing with it a slicker interface and emphasized sharing options. The much-criticized Yahoo toolbar will reportedly be dumped…

Watch how Subaru used 25 GoPros, high-end cams, and stick bombs to create one epic video

To promote the new 2015 WRX STI, Subaru created a fun video using a 3D-printed remote control car racing alongside stick bombs on a miniaturized track, using high-end cams and 25 GoPros to capture the chase scene and "bullet time" effect.

Have a broken camera? Trade it in toward a Sony full-frame A7, A7R and knock off $300

Through select camera retailers, Sony is offering a trade-in offer that knocks $300 off a new full-frame A7 or A7R – even if the camera is old or in poor condition. Plus, some stores will even throw in extras like gift cards, accessories…
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Samsung WB350F Review

Samsung WB350F review.

New Nikon how-to series show you how to move your photo skills to the next level

Nikon is launching a series of new instructional videos that are designed to help intermediate-level photographers reach the next level. The videos focus on a variety of camera and photography techniques.