Instagram just released its first app outside of Instagram itself, and the early verdict suggests “Hyperlapse” is pretty incredible.
Hyperlapse is essentially a time-lapse video app that packs some innovative image stabilization features, making video playback gorgeous and silky smooth.
Instagram Releases Killer Time-Lapse Video App
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Instagram just released its first app outside of Instagram itself, and the early verdict suggests “Hyperlapse” is pretty incredible.

Hyperlapse is essentially a time-lapse video app that packs some innovative image stabilization features, making video playback gorgeous and silky smooth.

Instagram Releases Killer Time-Lapse Video App

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We hear Ansel felt similarly about the tango. 

Grab this wallpaper or share it with a buddy.

Download in Just the Right Size for Your Fave Gizmo

We hear Ansel felt similarly about the tango.

Grab this wallpaper or share it with a buddy.

Download in Just the Right Size for Your Fave Gizmo

Today is national dog day, and GoPro is celebrating with a product launch that’s going to take your pup’s creativity to the next level.

The Fetch is an innovative dog harness that includes a mount for your GoPro, allowing your precious pug to capture some sweet shots of his own.

GoPro Introduces Camera Harness For Your Dog

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Though they pack one of the deadliest stings in the ocean, if you can get close enough, you’ll find that the Portuguese Man-of-War jellyfish is also one of the most beautiful creatures alive.

For the past two years, retired U.S. Navy photographer Aaron Ansarov has been capturing stunning photos of man-of-wars along a local Florida beach.

Photographer Gets Up Close and Personal With Deadly Jellyfish

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Have you ever seen a gorilla drop a phone? We haven’t either!

That’s why the flexible and oh-so-strong Gorillapod Mobile is our very fave tripod for phones. It fits any phone!

Check out the Gorillapod for Phonecams

Have you ever seen a gorilla drop a phone? We haven’t either!

That’s why the flexible and oh-so-strong Gorillapod Mobile is our very fave tripod for phones. It fits any phone!

Check out the Gorillapod for Phonecams

Richard Silver is using photography to show how iconic buildings change in appearance from day to night.

Throughout the day, Silver snaps around 35 photos from the same spot, later combining them into a single composite image.

Composite Photos Show Iconic Buildings From Day to Night

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The adventurous Polaroid Cube is just 1.5 inches cubed and packs HD video capabilities. Swoon.

It even has a magnetic base so you can mount it on anything that magnets stick to. Neat-O!

Reserve A Cube or See Moar Pix

Back in 2008, the government in Mumbai, India began phasing out the iconic “Premier Padmini” taxis introduced in the 1960s.

Photographer Dougie Wallace spent over a year documenting the few remaining vintage workhouses still in service.

Documenting the Vintage Taxis Being Phased Out in Mumbai

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Keep your camera and phone (or camera phone) safe by out-sneaking thieves! 

We used a little masking tape and marker to make a phone unappealing to cameranappers. 

See 2 more tricks on our blog.

Three Ways to Avoid Camera Theft

Keep your camera and phone (or camera phone) safe by out-sneaking thieves!

We used a little masking tape and marker to make a phone unappealing to cameranappers.

See 2 more tricks on our blog.

Three Ways to Avoid Camera Theft

Photographer Pavel Becker and designer Nora Luther may have discovered the most aesthetically pleasing way to depict recipes.

Using high speed photography and a bit of luck, the duo captured all of the ingredients in various dishes perfectly suspended in midair.

High Speed Photos Show Recipes’ Ingredients Suspended in Midair

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Photographer Shawn Clover is creating these awesome mashups of present day San Francisco with images dating back to 1906.

Better yet, he’s selling the images as gorgeous prints in a variety of finishes.

Mashups of Present Day San Francisco With Images from 1906

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There a ton of trash lying around, and Boston-based editorial photographer Bruce Peterson decided to put it to good use.

In his series of black and white still lifes entitled Rubbish, Bruce turns garbage he finds on the streets into wonderfully minimalist photographs.

Rubbish Turned Into Black and White, Minimalist Photographs

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Your camera roll is probably packed with wonderful memories, but what if you could turn those moments into animations with a simple app?

GiFmojo does exactly that, allowing you to take images directly from your camera roll and convert them into animated gifs. At the moment it’s an iOS exclusive, but we’ll keep our fingers crossed for an Android version!

iOS Exclusive: Turn Images From Your Camera Roll Into Gifs

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In March of 2011, a monumental tsunami battered the coast of Japan, crippling a nuclear reactor and causing an environmental disaster.

Though it’s nearly impossible to access the site, TIME was able to send photographer Dominic Nahr to document what’s currently going on at one of the world’s most secretive, environmental tragedies.

A Peek Inside Fukushima’s Crippled Nuclear Reactors

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Charlotta María Hauksdóttir wanted to use her craft of photography to show how families are intimately linked to the homes they inhabit.

In her series of photos entitled Moments, Charlotta set up her camera in the corner of a family room and snapped photos in regular intervals. Afterwards, she combined the images into these lovely composite photos.

Photo Series Documents the Moments Families Share at Home

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