What's abuzz in the photography world this week?
1. Peta Pixel
After the recent tragic events in Iran, women have been protesting against the religious regime for almost a month. Life there used to look different, though. The collection of photos shows how much the culture, fashion, and freedom of women in Iran have changed since the Islamic Revolution.
2. DIY Photography
Recently, NeNe Leakes, former star of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, was sued for photos of her she allegedly never paid for. The owner of Photography By Ace, LLC, who worked with NeNe, has taken some pictures for her business, but the star failed to pay him a sum of $1,000.
3. Digital Camera World
Royal photographer John Swanell has accused Kate Middleton of not allowing photographers to take photos of her children. He claims that Kate Middleton has broken the tradition that the royal photographer should take all official portraits of the royal family and takes away the chance for young English artists to make a name.
After hitting an all-time high of an estimated $17 billion in January 2022, the market has seen a sharp decline in the trading volume of non-fungible tokens (NFTs). In just nine months, the NFT sales have dropped by a whopping 97%.
5. The Universe Space Tech
Researchers at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have nearly completed work on the Legacy Survey of Space and Time (LSST) camera, the most prominent digital camera ever built for astronomy. The LSST camera is the size of a small car, weighs three tons and it features a five-foot wide front lens and a 3,200-megapixel sensor.
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