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Multiple Camera Drones Were Lost for This Imagery of a Volcano’s Insides

Multiple Camera Drones Were Lost for This Imagery of a Volcano’s Insides

How Camera Drones Are Being Used to Make the World a Better Place

How Camera Drones Are Being Used to Make the World a Better Place

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Earlier this year, GoPro announced that it will be launching its own camera drone in the first half of 2016. While details of the quadcopter's specs, featu

This is the First GoPro Camera Drone Video

Earlier this year, GoPro announced that it will be launching its own camera drone in the first half of 2016. While details of the quadcopter's specs, featu

‘Refuge': The First Narrative Film Shot with Moonlight at ISO 51,200

'Refuge': The First Narrative Film Shot with Moonlight at ISO 51,200

‘Refuge': The First Narrative Film Shot with Moonlight at ISO 51,200

There are stormchasing photographers and there are portrait photographers. Usually people don't combine the two genres, but that's exactly what photographe

Stormchasing to Shoot Portraits with Crazy Weather in the Background

There are stormchasing photographers and there are portrait photographers. Usually people don't combine the two genres, but that's exactly what photographe

90 Days in 90 Seconds: Follow a National Geographic Photographer

90 Days in 90 Seconds: Follow a National Geographic Photographer

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You Can’t Photograph NASCAR Much Closer Than This

You Can't Photograph NASCAR Much Closer Than This

You Can’t Photograph NASCAR Much Closer Than This

Here's an inspiring 3-minute video in which veteran fashion and portrait photographer David Turner talks about the idea that each magical photo is the resu

The 100 Little Decisions That Go Into Each Photo

Here's an inspiring 3-minute video in which veteran fashion and portrait photographer David Turner talks about the idea that each magical photo is the resu

Photographer Jay Philbrick takes his subjects where most photographers wouldn't dare to go themselves: onto the face of a cliff, 350 feet above the ground.

This Photographer Does Photo Shoots on a 350ft Cliff

Photographer Jay Philbrick takes his subjects where most photographers wouldn't dare to go themselves: onto the face of a cliff, 350 feet above the ground.

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