Seeing Surfers At 1000fps Is Like Watching A Sea Monster Swallow People

Video: If you’re not convinced that the ocean isn’t just one giant sea monster, here is some evidence for your fantasy theory: this video of surfers surfing at 1000fps. Come on, the ocean totally looks like a monster here! More reasonable view: it’s a really amazing surfing video captured gloriously in beautiful slow-motion.


Land Chris Hadfield's Space Photography On Your Coffee Table

Is there a person left on the internet who hasn’t yet swooned over astronaut Chris Hadfield’s jaw-dropping images from space? Here’s a chance to have them in your home: The former ISS commander has collected some of his photographs into a book.


The Incredible Unseen Film Archives Of D.A. Pennebaker And Chris Hegedus

D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus are documentary filmmakers who have recorded 60 years’ worth of memorable folks in some of history’s most culturally significant moments. Reels upon reels of their footage, heaps of which hasn’t been seen in decades, is stored in a Cold War-era limestone mine.


The Best Pictures From National Geographic's Photo Contest 2014

Everybody knows what the best thing about the end of the year is. It’s easy. No, it’s not Christmas presents. Or seeing family over the holidays. The best thing about the end of the year is National Geographic’s Photo Contest. It’s a tradition where we get to see just how awesome the world around us is.


Use Flickr To Preview The Picture Quality Of Your Next Phone Or Camera

Whether you’re in the market for a new DSLR or a new smartphone, image quality is probably pretty high on your list of considerations. From Instagrammed selfies to sweeping landscape shots, you want to find a camera lens that’s capable of producing pictures you can be proud of, and Flickr can help you.


Former Astronaut Chris Hadfield Explains How To Take Photos In Space

Chris Hadfield is known primarily for his internet-friendly personality, his love of David Bowie and being one of the most charismatic commanders aboard the ISS. But he’s also an amazing photographer, and he had the opportunity to capture a subject many would die for — outer space.


This Filmmaker Reviews Google Glass Using Google Glass

By this stage, Google Glass has been around in its kinda-beta kinda-on-sale format for a solid 18 months, and the internet is awash with more reviews than you can probably tolerate. But it’s still interesting to see wizard filmmaker Casey Neistat’s opinion on everyone’s favourite face computer, especially when the entire thing is filmed with Glass itself.


Can You Detect The Stealth Animals Hiding In All These Pictures?

Can you see it? Hiding in plain sight there are two of the most stealthy creatures in the animal kingdom, almost impossible to detect. Thanks to the wonders of natural selection, these and other animals can avoid most predators and perpetuate their species. See if you can spot them all:


Looksery Changes Your Face In Real Time For Flattering Video Selfies

My eyes are brown. My face is round. But I don’t have to show you that. Looksery can give me beautiful baby blues and a chiseled jaw with just a few taps.


The Story Behind The Brooklyn Bridge's Most Famous Photo

You know that ubiquitous photo of workers hanging off the Brooklyn Bridge’s wires? The one plastered on every coffee cup, poster and pint glass sold in NYC? It wasn’t always so famous. In fact, its photographer was completely unknown until the late 1990s.


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