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22 May
Never drop another lens cap again with Backer Capper

The folks over at camarush.com, have a project for a product, called “Backer Capper”, on kickstarter that would eliminate the need for a third hand. It’s a pain to switch out lens cap when you are out in the field. If the goal of $20,000 is raised by June 16, 2012, we could see this

07 Mar
The Couple

© Piyamin Thanutaksorn Photograph by Piyamin Thanutaksorn, (portfolio) Location: Lake Thun, Switzerland (google maps) (wiki) Date: February 28, 2012 Camera: Nikon D7000 (Amazon) Focal Length: 24mm Shutter Speed: 1/40 sec Aperture: f/4.5 ISO/Film: 800 Note: Piyamin Thanutaksorn captured this photo of two ducks swimming during the sunset on Lake Thun in Switzerland. This photograph would

06 Mar
Hide in the dark

© Max Polazov Photograph by Max Polazov, (portfolio) Location: Moscow, Russia (google maps) (wiki) Date: 2012 Camera: Nikon D7000 (Amazon) Focal Length: 11mm Shutter Speed: 25 sec Aperture: f/5.6 ISO/Film: 320 Note: Max Polazov took this photo on the metro tracks in Moscow, Russia. The grungy rust stains are highlighted so well and adds such

04 Mar
Fog Lifting

© Dag Olav Norem Photograph by Dag Olav Norem, (portfolio) Location: Lake Kroderen, Buskerud, Norway (google maps) (wiki) Date: February 3, 2012 Camera: Nikon D7000 (Amazon) Focal Length: 85mm Shutter Speed: 1/500 sec Aperture: f/8 ISO/Film: 100 Note: Dag Olav Norem captured this fog rolling over Lake Kroderen in Buskerud, Norway. He stated that it

11 Feb
Boyne Cable Bridge

© Tommy McDermott Photograph by Tommy McDermott, (portfolio) Location: Boyne Cable Bridge, County Louth, Ireland (google maps) (wiki) Date: 2011 Camera: Nikon D80 (Amazon) Focal Length: 20mm Aperture: f/22 ISO/Film: 160 Shutter Speed: 25 sec Tripod: Yes Note: Tommy McDermott captured this photo on the Boyne Cable Bridge in Ireland. The bridge has one elevated