Featured by Tim Barribeau
Vegan Magazine Caught Using Stock Images of Meat
Some food images in VegNews feature real meat, internet arguing begins on a grand scale.
Kickstarter Project Raises Almost $100k In Two Weeks For 360° iPhone Lens
The team behind the GoPano Micro found more people interested in their iPhone pano lens than they expected.
Statue of Liberty Stamp Features a Photo of the Vegas Replica
A keen-eyed collector picked up on a serious photographic mess-up on the part of the United States Postal Service.
Stolen $250,000 Drtikol Print Recovered
František Drtikol's "The Wave" was stolen from the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague just over a month ago, but was recovered soon after thanks to the Art Loss Register.
The Postagram App Turns Your Instagram Photos Into Real Postcards
Riding on the insane popularity of iPhone app Instagram, Postagram is a service that'll transform your lomo photograph into a postcard, and send it anywhere in the world for $0.99.
Amateur Photographer Captures First Proof That Herons Eat Stingrays
These pictures snapped by shooter proved to be the first scientific evidence that great blue herons are able to eat stingrays — barb and all.
Building A Radiation Detector Out Of An Old Compact Camera
Andrew Lathrop developed a way to make a cheap digital camera's CCD sensor detect radiation.
Nikon D800 Fan Concept With Swivel Grip and Removable LCD
This interesting concept will never see the light of day, but it makes some interesting guesses about the future of DSLRs.
Best If Used By 1959 — Photos Taken On 50 Year Old Film
Proving that "best by" dates are only a suggestion, Chuck Miller shot a roll of film that expired in 1959 — with tremendous results.
The Lego Quadpod Turns a Compact Camera Into a Spy Robot
Peer Kreuger's home-made, all-terrain camera stand is awesome, a little creepy.