Before the days of digital, it was common for companies to produce these delightfully corny novelty cameras as promotional items, even if they took terrible photos.

Authors Christopher Salyers and Buzz Poole teamed up on a new book entitled Camera Crazy that chronicles some of the most iconic novelty cameras made over the years.

Camera Crazy Documents Famous Novelty Cameras From the Past

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Back in the 1970s, lumber companies hired reforestation teams to replant trees in areas that had been decimated by logging.

Nahanni Arntzen’s parents worked in one of these camps, and her father captured over 500 Kodachrome photographs of the experience. Currently, she’s seeking funding on Kickstarter to publish a book of these unseen beauties!

Kodachrome Photos Taken by 1970s Reforestation Teams

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In the South American country of Bolivia, the Salar de Uyuni salt flat stretches for over 4,000 square miles, making it the largest in the world.

Captivated by the area for years, Japanese photographer Asako Shimizu made her way there in 2006, and captured the unique way in which the sky is reflected on the ground.

The Remarkable Landscape of the Largest Salt Flat in the World

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While he works as an editor of a food magazine by day, Brazilian creative Rafael Mantesso also maintains a heartwarming Instagram featuring his adorable Bull Terrier.

Rafael photographs his pup against a myriad of simple and hilarious backdrops that he illustrates himself.

It’s Impossible to Look at This Instagram Without Smiling

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Color your world one photograph at a time using rainbow flash filters.

It’s easier than it looks!

Follow the Light and Our Guide to Light Painting

 

Aside from being a prolific writer, Ernest Hemingway was also quite the cat lover. Unlike your average house cat, Hemingway’s feline friend actually had 6 toes!

Photographer Henry Hargreaves traveled to Hemingway’s home-turned-museum in Key West, Florida to photograph the descendants, all of which are named after celebrities in Hemingway’s time.

Portraits of the Descendants of Hemingway’s 6-Toed Cats

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Pre-ordering an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus? 

Why not pick up some photo gear to bring your new baby home to? 

We’ve got lot’s of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus compatible gear in the shop. 

iPhone 6 Gear for Everyone!


 

Pre-ordering an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus?

Why not pick up some photo gear to bring your new baby home to?

We’ve got lot’s of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus compatible gear in the shop.

iPhone 6 Gear for Everyone!

 

Sometimes all it takes is a simple prop to make a photo series infinitely more interesting.

Portuguese photographer Rui Calçada Bastos attached a mirror to one side of a briefcase and captured these fascinating reflections in black and white.

Mesmerizing Photographs Incorporate a Briefcase With a Mirror

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This classy fringe keychain is hiding something… a charge cable!

Clip the Tassel Charging Cable Keychain anywhere and never be without a charge cable again.

Choose from an Apple Certified Lightning Cable (yup, it’ll work with your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus) or Micro USB for Android.

Check Out The Tassel Keychain

There’s a whole other world that’s waking up just as we’re heading to sleep, and photographer Traer Scott documents these creatures of the night in her latest book.

In Nocturne, Traer captured over 40 intimate portraits of various nocturnal animals. Some are undeniably cute, and a few are downright terrifying.

New Photo Book Explores the Creates Coming Out at Night

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It’s official folks: Spacecraft have finally joined the selfie craze. Better late than never, right?
The European Space Agency used a camera on the Rosetta spacecraft to capture its 45-foot long solar wings, with the Churyumov-Gerasimenko comet photobombing in the background.
Spacecraft Have Officially Joined the Selfie Craze
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It’s official folks: Spacecraft have finally joined the selfie craze. Better late than never, right?

The European Space Agency used a camera on the Rosetta spacecraft to capture its 45-foot long solar wings, with the Churyumov-Gerasimenko comet photobombing in the background.

Spacecraft Have Officially Joined the Selfie Craze

via i09

We’ve all been there. You politely ask someone to take a photo of you, and when you take a look at the result, there’s a blurry finger hiding your face. 

In his latest book, Attack of the Giant Fingers, Erik Kessels collects hilarious, vintage photos documenting this common mistake. 

Humorous Vintage Photos Document Common Photography Mistake

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Tuck your phonography accessories away for safe keeping in a cuddly Photographer’s Pouch. 

They’ve got velcro backs, so they’ll hold on tight to the inside of your favorite camera bag.

Get ‘em and Get Organized


 

Tuck your phonography accessories away for safe keeping in a cuddly Photographer’s Pouch.

They’ve got velcro backs, so they’ll hold on tight to the inside of your favorite camera bag.

Get ‘em and Get Organized

 

For whatever reason, when you combine meticulously arranged items and photography, you get some really compelling images.

Photographer Emily Blincoe has become a master of the art. On her site, Emily documents neatly organized items ranging from colorful foods to different types of fireworks.

Fascinating Images of Neatly Arranged Items

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Apple finally released all of the juicy details on the highly anticipated iPhone 6 today, which packs a host of camera updates that are sure to impress.

While it’s still an 8-megapixel shooter, Apple engineered a new sensor that allows quick, DSLR-like autofocusing. Not only that, but the iPhone 6 Plus’s camera includes optical image stabilization, which should make your video recording even smoother.

All of the Details on the iPhone 6’s New Camera

via The Verge