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How Customers Can Make Their Next Photoshoot Really Fun and Special

Is photography one of those activities that provide you money? If you have customers who are looking forward to getting that best photo from you, there is a need for you to really check on your styles and techniques. Just like travel photography and other forms, you have to invest not only on good equipment but also on some ideas that will make people appreciate your business. Whether you are providing photography service for birthdays or other events, here are some of the different ways on how you can make photoshoots really fun and special for your customers: (more…)

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Blast from Summer Games Past: Yahoo! Launches Memorable Moments Series

Iconic Olympians including Jesse Owens, Michael Phelps, Nadia Comăneci, Bruce Jenner and Usain Bolt among those to be celebrated

SUNNYVALE, Calif. — Yahoo!, the premier digital media company, launched a unique editorial series entitled Memorable Moments to celebrate the most iconic moments from the history of the modern Summer Games. Memorable Moments (https://sports.yahoo.com/moments) will live on Yahoo! Sports, the No. 1 global sports destination online with over 101 million unique visitors a month.*

Yahoo! Sports is bringing to life a range of remarkable, emotive stories from the greatest sporting event in the world through video, photography, essays from Yahoo! Sports’ award-winning writers, outside voices of influential individuals, and its users. The stories include Nadia Comăneci’s perfection in Montreal and Usain Bolt’s stunning world records in Beijing 2008, as well as controversy such as Marion Jones’ doping admission in 2000 and the drama of Mary Decker’s collision with Zola Budd in 1984. (more…)

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Gigapixel Camera Captures Unprecedented Image Detail

A new camera design consisting of a central lens surrounded by an array of microcameras heralds a new era of photography, enabling pictures of unprecedented detail.

By synchronizing 98 tiny cameras in a single device, electrical engineers from Duke University and the University of Arizona have developed a prototype camera that can create images with unprecedented detail.

In fact, the camera can capture images containing elements that the human eye cannot detect while taking the picture.

As a comparison, most consumer cameras are capable of taking photographs with sizes ranging from eight to 40 megapixels. Pixels are individual “dots” of data – the higher the number of pixels, the better resolution of the image. The new camera has the potential to capture up to 50 gigapixels of data, which is about 50 billion pixels, more than 50,000 times more than megapixel cameras. (more…)

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