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Photographer Killed by Falling Branch During Shoot, Foul Play Suspected – Photography Article

An Ohio-based photographer was shooting senior photos at a state park earlier this month when she was struck by a falling tree branch and killed. Authorities suspect foul play, and now a $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to justice. FOX8 reports that 44-year-old Victoria Schafer was standing on stairs near Old Man’s Cave in Hocking Hills State Park and shooting portraits of six high school students when part of a tree fell on her. Old Man’s Cave…

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Woman Falls From 6th-Floor Balcony While Posing for ‘Extreme Yoga’ Photos – Photography Article

A woman in Mexico is thanking her lucky stars this week after she survived an 80-foot fall from a 6th-floor balcony while posing for “extreme yoga” photos. The incident occurred on Saturday in the northeastern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon. El Universal reports that 23-year-old college student Alexa Terrazas was hanging upside down on the railing of the balcony while supporting her body with her bent legs when she lost her balance and plummeted to the ground below. The “extreme…

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York Region winery using drones to monitor grapes and make deliveries – Aerial Photography Article

York Region winery using drones to monitor grapes and make deliveries  CTV News A winery in Whitchurch-Stouffville will be using drones to monitor its grapes and deliver gifts to people visiting its’ vineyards. >> Osmo Pocket vs. Osmo Mobile 2: Which One Should You Buy? Source link Share Tweet Share Pin Email sports accident advertising Attack blue jays brampton breaking news Canada canadian canadian news cfto cfto news community crash Crime ctv news ctvnews ctvnewstoronto.ca ctvtoronto.ca durham region Fire flood gas…

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Amazon Accidentally Sold $13,000+ Camera Gear for $100 on Prime Day – Photography Article

Amazon discounted a wide range of camera gear for Prime Day this week, but some photographers scored what may be the best deals of their lives. Thanks to a pricing error, many people were able to purchase high-end camera gear bundles, some worth over $5,000, for just around $100. It all started when someone noticed that the $550 Sony a6000 and 16-50mm lens bundle was being listed at just $94.50 on Amazon, and the person shared the “deal” on Slickdeals,…

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Nikon Ambassador Dale Sharpe Killed in Tragic Roadside Accident at 36 – Photography Article

Well-known Australian landscape photographer and Nikon ambassador Dale Sharpe of DK Photography was killed in a freak roadside accident yesterday. He was 36. An announcement of Sharpe’s passing was published to his official Facebook page, and the news was confirmed in a local news report by The Wichita Eagle. Based on the Gold Coast of Australia, Sharpe was driving in a highway through Kansas in the United States at a little past midnight on June 20th when he struck a…

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Instagram Model Suffers Severe Burns in Photo Shoot Gone Wrong – Photography Article

A 22-year-old model in Vancouver, Canada, was hospitalized with severe burns across her body last week after posing for a photographer’s shoot that involved fire. She’s now warning models of the dangers of accepting risky shoots. Warning: This article contains disturbing photos of burn injuries. 22-year-old Robyn-Lee Jansen, an international student who works as a part-time freelance model, says she arrived at a photo shoot on June 13th after responding to a photographer’s freelance modeling job. “[T]he photographer wanted to…

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Pakistani Official Accidentally Uses Cat Filter During Live Press Conference – Photography Article

The face filters built into the cameras of social media apps such as Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat are all the rage these days, but not usually in official government settings. But when a Pakistani politician live-streamed a press conference on Facebook Live last week, a cat filter was accidentally turned on. Hilarity ensued. Regional minister Shaukat Yousafzai was holding the presser last Friday when viewers suddenly began seeing him with pink cat ears and whiskers. “I wasn’t the only one…

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This is Why You Don’t Put Your Camera on a Ledge – Photography Article

If you ever need to set your camera down temporarily, make sure you choose a safe place with as little gravitational potential energy as possible. It seems one photographer learned this lesson the hard way and paid a dear price. Photography Memes just shared this 14-second video that will make your face cringe and your heart skip a beat: The photographer set his camera down on the rail above stairs while setting up for a shoot. Upon opening up his…

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