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Blizzident, A Clever Custom 3D Printed Toothbrush That Cleans Every Tooth at the Same Time

The Blizzident is a very cleverly designed custom 3D printed toothbrush that is able to clean each and every tooth, all at the same time. The unusual shape of the brush allows for multiple bristles to address gaps left by more traditional toothbrushes and only requires six seconds of biting …

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Appalachian Autumn: In Search Of Fall Color In West Virginia

Aspen trees in Canaan Valley State Park. Since the late ‘90s, I have visited West Virginia many times, scouting for photo workshops and conducting programs. Several of my favorite locations are in the northeastern part of the state (Pendleton, Grant, Randolph and Tucker Counties), where I have spent most my time, …

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Nikon D850 Hands-On Review

This is a perfect example of when the tilt-out LCD on the Nikon D850 makes life quite a bit easier. My camera was on a tripod very low to the ground, and using the tilt-out screen meant I didn’t have to crouch really low and crane my head to see …

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“F-Stop Collaborate and Listen” Podcasts, November 2017

If you could have a conversation with one of the world’s best nature photographers working today, what would you ask? We were recently approached by landscape photographer Matt Payne, host of the podcast series, “F-Stop Collaborate and Listen.” Would we be interested in sharing this podcast series with Outdoor Photographer’s readers? Absolutely! Payne …

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Editors’ Picks: Best Photo Gear 2017

Each year, we select top cameras, lenses and photographic accessories that we feel represent the advancements made in the art and technology of photography. While not a comprehensive collection of all of the noteworthy gear introduced in 2017, each of our Editors’ Picks has some unique quality or capability that made it …

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Shadows Assignment Winner Mike Swindle

Photo By Mike Swindle Congratulations to Mike Swindle for winning the recent Shadows assignment with the image, “Autumn Fog.” “Photography in the Cades Cove area of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park can be described as challenging,” says Swindle. “If your dream is to catch a sunrise with the glow …

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Disembodied Body Parts Pile Upon One Another in the Disturbingly Brilliant Video ‘Parasitic Endeavours’

Austrian artist Simon Christoph Krenn has created “Parasitic Endeavours“, a disturbingly brilliant short film in which rendered body parts anthropomorphically crawl towards each other, pile onto one another and morph together in a desperate but mesmerizing symbiosis. via Vimeo Staff Picks An Elegantly Disturbing Photo Series That Visualizes the Truly …

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An Impatient Dog Continuously Honks the Car Horn While Waiting in the Parking Lot for His Human

While making his way through the parking lot, a man was caught off guard by a car horn that was continuously blowing. As he got closer to the incessant noise, he noticed that it wasn’t a person being obnoxious, but instead a rather impatient dog who got tired of waiting. …

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How the Order of Malta Came to Be a Unique and Exclusive Country Without Territory

In an really interesting video essay, Half as Interesting explains in great detail via animation about the Order of Malta in regard to its complete sovereignty due to its extraterritorial status of being exempted from local law, similar to the way embassies function. The Order of Malta has no real …

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Resynthesis, Stretched Lights and Photos Represent Time in a Stunning Film Set to a Custom Soundtrack

Visual artist Kevin McGloughlin and musician Max Cooper partnered together to create the short mesmerizing film entitled “Resynthesis“, a stunning visual with lights stretched out to appear as if they were being seen from a moving vehicle and photos equally stretched as if to signify the fleeting time of travel, …