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Why was This Famous Soviet Photo Edited?
World War II had some pretty famous photos and none more so than the two flag photos by America and the Soviets. But why was the photo taken by the Soviets so heavily edited?
Capturing Majestic Mountains at Night
See how photographer Reuben Wu captures incredible photos of mountains at night. Reuben uses drones to help illuminate these giants around the world to capture their beauty.
Microscopic Views of a Pale Grass Blue Butterfly
Prepare to have your views of butterflies forever changed thanks to these incredible images of the Pale Grass Blue butterfly all captured using a scanning electron microscope or SEM.
Freezing Light Photons with Femto-Photography
Femto-Photography uses special equipment that can freeze light photons because of it's ability to capture 1 trillion frames per second. Watch as this demonstration shows light being frozen in time.
Ballerinas and Dogs Posing Together
See what happened when 100 ballerinas were paired up with 100 dogs and captured by photographer's Kelly Pratt and Ian Kreidich. The photos were made to challenge the perception of formal dance photos.
Flying Food Photography Takes a Lot of Work
Have you ever seen a deconstructed sandwich hovering in mid air in a photo? Well this is how they make the magical image and it's all down to editing.
MACRO Short Film
MACRO is a short film inspired by macro photography and reveals a new world often hidden from sight. Made entirely with computer generated images it reveals the tiny details we miss.
The Sublime Beauty of Water Cinemagraphs
See how still photos of water were taken and animated into beautifully flowing cinemagraphs by Armand Dijcks and Ray Collins in this soothing and calming video.
The Reason for Your Big Nose Selfie
Selfies have taken over with virtually everyone doing it but did you notice the problem? Selfies have a habit of making your nose look huge and this is why.
Duplicate Your Dog with a Paper Shredder
Most people don't know that you can make a copy of your dog if you shred a photo of it. Watch as this guys shreds a photo and pieces it back together a couple time to create pixelated copies.
Capturing SpaceX Rockets in Flight Isn't Easy
We've all seen SpaceX rockets breaking barriers but how exactly are those awesome action shots taken? Let's take a look at the cameras and lenses used to track and film rockets in flight.
Capturing Honey Bees in a New Light
See how National Geographic photographer Anand Varma tackled his assignment to capture honey bees in a new light. The whole process required an intimate knowledge of the subject and countless hours reassessing what he thought he knew.
Remarkable 3D Photography Technique Captures Coral Reefs Like Never Before
Scientist are creating maps of coral reefs using special 3D photography called photogrammetry which lets them examine the endangered ecosystems in a whole new light.
Tearing Apart a Professional DSLR Camera is Painful to Watch
Watch as this photographers lets his enthusiasm get the better of him as he tears into a $6,000 professional DSLR camera. While it pains me to see it's slow death it is fascinating to see it's beautiful shiny innards exposed.
Microwaving a Professional DSLR Camera is Insane
No one in their right mind would put their expensive new DSLR camera in a microwave unless you're this guy. Watch what happens to a camera after a few minutes spinning around and being bombarded by microwaves.