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This website is phishing for photographers Photo

This website is phishing for photographers

The website WallPart preys on photographers by pulling images from Google Images when one searches for their name in the database of prints for sale. The one clickable link on most pages is a Violation form that phishes for photographer’s information. The website has been making the rounds on the internet the past several days. Do not visit the website and by all means, do not submit your information to the website.

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Call for entries: Tenerife Guimar Open Fotosub Photo

Call for entries: Tenerife Guimar Open Fotosub

The 2015 Tenerife Guimar Fotosub splash in contest will be held from 23 October to 8 November in the village of Guimar, on the island of Tenerife, Spain. The competition is open for registrations now through to 21 October and has categories for professional and novice entrants, as well as video and actioncam.

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nju system releases the Splashbag Photo

nju system releases the Splashbag

nju system has released the Splashbag, which is a camera backpack specifically tailored to the needs of underwater image makers. Constructed to be as water resistant as possible, it features stow away harness and customizable internal dividers. It can accommodate a large SLR housing with an attached viewfinder, strobes and a dome port if required.

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Ikelite ships Sony RX100 IV housing Photo

Ikelite ships Sony RX100 IV housing

Ikelite has announced their housing for the Sony RX100 IV. The new housing has a slide-in front loading camera tray and a redesigned spring-loaded rear dial control. Ikelite’s polycarbonate construction means that the camera’s wifi function can be used to download images at the surface.

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National Geographic provide advice about success on Instagram Photo

National Geographic provide advice about success on Instagram

National Geographic has posted part 1 of an article entitled “So You Want to be Successful on Instagram” on its Voices blog. The post asserts that Instagram has “become the social network for visual people” and emphasizes how crucial it is for photographers to get their work on it. Equally, the author Kike Calvo also recognizes the difficulty in getting images seen given the sheer volume of postings.

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A shiver of 50 basking sharks off Big Sur Photo

A shiver of 50 basking sharks off Big Sur

On thursday of this past week, squid fisherman Kevin Reynolds witnessed a shiver of basking sharks off the coast of Big Sur. Before basking sharks were hunted to near extinction for their liver oil, large schools of them, or shivers, were common off the coast of Monterey. Reynolds estimates he saw 50 basking sharks at one time.

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Another rare white humpback whale spotted off Ireland Photo

Another rare white humpback whale spotted off Ireland

The sighting of an all white Humpback Whale off the coast of Baltimore in West Cork, Ireland has been causing quite the stir. Pat Collins and Gerard Minihane were out fishing when they spotted the albino Humpback Whale. Currently, there are only two other known albino humpback whales in the world, Migaloo of Australia and one that frequents the waters surrounding Norway.

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E1 Micro 4/3s POV camera on Kickstarter Photo

E1 Micro 4/3s POV camera on Kickstarter

Z Camera has launched their E1 Micro 4/3s 4K camera. Compatible with all Micro 4/3s lenses, it is capable of cinema quality 4K (4096x2160) video at 24 frames per second or ultra-high definition (3840x2160) at 30 frames per second and can shoot at ISO6400, whilst maintaining high image quality.

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