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The lion that stole a Canon 5D MkII

The lion that stole a Canon 5D MkII

Ed Hetherington is a bit of a tease. He placed his 5D MkII next to a buffalo carcass and hid in the bushes with a wireless shutter. Sure enough, a lion came to investigate the buffalo. But it decided to eat the camera instead.

My film roll broke and 23 photos merged into one

My film roll broke and 23 photos merged into one

I knew something wasn’t right as I wound the film back into its canister. Something had broken, but I’d managed to click 24 shots without knowing that the film in my OM10 had slipped off the winder. The film didn’t move for an entire photoshoot, leaving me with this epic multi-exposed photo

The Majestic Mountain Sunset Photography of Boguslaw Strempel

The Majestic Mountain Sunset Photography of Boguslaw Strempel

This is one of those ‘must see before I die’ places. Photographer Boguslaw Strempel has conquered the mountains of Poland and the Czech Republic to capture this majestic collection of sunset mountain photographs.

Facebook and Photographers. Do you know your rights?

Facebook and Photographers. Do you know your rights?

Facebook has non-exclusive rights to all content you publish on the website. The social network is able to use your images in any way they wish, for however long they please. Here, we share a photographer’s guide to legal rights on Facebook.

7 Nostalgic Portraits of Train Drivers and their Machines

7 Nostalgic Portraits of Train Drivers and their Machines

It was a very lucky find. The famous Puffing Billy was dormant as engineers meandered with spanners and rags, twisting valves and polishing weathered copper. Coal was burning, steam was bellowing and the sun was just breaking through the clouds.