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Heartbreaking GoPro documentary is company’s first to use non-Hero cameras

When We Were Knights tells the tragic story of BASE jumper Ian Flanders. The somber documentary is a departure from the norm for GoPro, and is the first film released by the company to include footage shot on non-GoPro cameras.
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‘Manhattanhenge’ arrives this weekend, here’s how to best capture it

If you're in New York City this Memorial Day weekend, the summer phenomenon known as "Manhattanhenge" will make a visit. Find out what it is, and how to capture the event with a camera.
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Sony abandons audio-video-editing software, sells business to Germany's Magix

Sony announced it is selling off nearly all of its Sony Creative Software programs to Magix, a German software company that specializes in audio and video editing. The sale includes Vegas Pro and Movie Studio, but not the new Catalyst…
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The wait is over, the dual-lens, big-screen Leica-tuned Huawei P9 Plus is yours to buy

Rumors are gathering that Huawei is working on the successor to the P8, it's gorgeous 2015 flagship smartphone. The Huawei P9's announcement is expected soon, and here's everything we think we know about it.
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Adobe's amazing new crop tool for Photoshop CC can intelligently fill in backgrounds

Adobe is pushing the boundaries yet again with its contextually-aware editing tool in the form of a new Photoshop feature called Content-Aware Crop.
Photography

Canon breaks apart a super-telephoto lens to show why it costs $11,000

Ever wonder why a super-telephoto lens costs so much? Canon disassembles one of its most impressive and expensive lenses, the $11,000 EF 200-400mm f/4L IS, to show why.
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Improve your telephoto photography with this long lens tripod technique

Shooting your kids' sporting events or out at the wildlife refuge? Having a good technique can be the difference between a disappointing image and a clear, sharp shot, and this video contains plenty of pro tips.
Photography

Ditch the scanner, this iPhone app digitizes and restores faded photos

Unfade is a new iPhone app that takes the chore out of scanning old photographs. It uses an iPhone’s camera to digitize the prints, and brings them back to life by restoring the vibrant colors of the original print.
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This new lens for GoPro makes recording 3D video a breeze

The upcoming Vitrima lens by Fantem promises to be an affordable way to record ready-to-watch 3D video to a single GoPro Hero camera. Footage shot with it can immediately be played back in a standard VR viewer, without any editing.
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Reddit ends reliance on image hosts, announces new in-house feature

Reddit's product team announced Thursday that 16 subreddits will be gaining access to a new in-house image-hosting service, with 50 more coming next week. The move ends the community hub's reliance on third-party image hosts like Imgur.
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Nikon’s D5 flagship DSLR is worthy successor, despite lower sensor test score

According to the latest test from DxOMark, the new Nikon D5 DSLR's sensor is an excellent performer, but its scores came in lower than the predecessors, the D4S and D4.
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Student designs drone that gives new meaning to the phrase ‘photo bomb’

A student at the Rochester Institute of Technology modified a drone with an instant camera photographs unsuspecting subjects and then drops instant prints on them.