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I Colorized 30 Celebrities From The Golden Age Of Hollywood Using AI And It Took A Few Seconds

Nowadays, photographers use black and white photography to convey emotion by playing with tones, contrasts, and shadows, but it wasn’t always an option to choose. Color photography brings photographs to life and reveals every little vivid detail that creates a compelling image. Photographers from the past could only convey the world they were living in in black and grey. Have you ever wondered what these photographers saw that very moment? I have.

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Photographers Are Sharing The Setups They Used To Capture The Perfect Shot (20 Pics)

When looking at a photo, you hardly ever wonder how it was taken. The photographer probably just pointed their camera and clicked the button – and while technically you’re not wrong, there’s a lot of stuff that happens before that button is pushed. Some photographers on Twitter recently revealed how intricate some of their setups are and you’ll be surprised when you see just how much work goes into capturing that perfect photo.

Kiddie pools, glass tables, and good lighting – check out some behind the scenes photos revealing how photographers capture their amazing images in the gallery below! And if you want more, see our previous posts here and here!

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Aušrys Uptas 

One day, this guy just kind of figured – “I spend most of my time on the internet anyway, why not turn it into a profession?” – and he did! Now he not only gets to browse the latest cat videos and fresh memes every day but also shares them with people all over the world, making sure they stay up to date with everything that’s trending on the web. Some things that always pique his interest are old technologies, literature and all sorts of odd vintage goodness. So if you find something that’s too bizarre not to share, make sure to hit him up!

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These Wildlife Photos Are So Bad, They’re Hilarious (40 New Pics)

Let’s face it – not all of us are meant to become wildlife photographers. But even though your pictures probably won’t end up on the cover of National Geographic, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try your best. After all, even if you don’t succeed and your photos turn out not that great, there’s a Facebook group that will gladly accept you with open arms.

The Facebook group in question is called Crap Wildlife Photography, and, as the name suggests, it’s dedicated to the most hilariously bad photos of animals. And with hundreds of new photos being submitted every day, this group is a gift that keeps on giving. Check out some of the funniest terrible wildlife photos in the gallery below, and if you want more, see our previous posts here and here!

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#1 Photobombed By A Bug

Image source: Amanda McMillan

#2 Long Story Short… I Was Trying To Photograph A Blue Jay

Image source: Karen McGovern

#3 That Time A Squirrel Gave Me The Finger

Image source: Rachel Bernal

#4 Costa Rica Ant Eater- Will Dance For Ants

Image source: Becky Casner

#5 Behold, The Majestic Manatee!

Image source: Danny Kiene

#6 Oh S**t

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#7 I Still Can’t Tell If This Is Crap Wildlife Photography Or Just Incredibly Cute Wildlife Photography

Image source: Skye Moore

#8 “I Have No Idea What I’m Doing”

Image source: Matthew Mackenzie

#9 This Is An Emu That Attacked My Car Window Several Years Ago At A Wild Animal Park In Oregon. Barely Got My Window Rolled Up Before This Demon Seed Tried To Attack Me. Note: It Was Light Outside But For Some Reason My Flash Went Off, Adding To The Drama

Image source: Kimberly Holman Beltran

#10 I Found This Wizard Squirrel In A Pile Of Trash. It’s The Best Crap Photo I’ve Taken.

Image source: Sylvia Dove

#11 The Majestic Woodland Caribou

Image source: Katie Baillie-David

#12 Couldn’t Think Of A Better Place To Post This

Image source: Kathleen Grace Nadeau

#13 Throwback To Taking A Poorly Timed Picture Of A Praying Mantis On My Windshield Before Leaving For Work

Image source: Jerilyn Murr

#14 Have You Ever Laughed So Hard Water Squirted Out Your Nose?

Image source:  Mike Kane 

#15 It Was Fun Taking Photos Of The Bear In Our Yard, Until He Decided He Wanted To Visit Us On The Deck! Bears Can Run Fast!

Image source: Mary Johnson

#16 When That Wolf Comes Close And You Can Get The Shot Of A Lifetime, Focus Is Critical To Capture The Rich Detail Of The Fur

Image source: Ryan Kendall Brook

#17 Spread Ur Wings, Point Ur Toes And Jump … This Was Almost A Cool Pic

Image source: Betty Bennett 

#18 I Heard Him Whistling As He Walked By. True Story

Image source: Laura Holman Graber

#19 I Call It “Preaching To The Choir” But Draw Your Own Conclusions! Something Very Strange Is Definitely Going On Here!

Image source: Brenda James

#20 Always Adjust The Iso From The Previous Shot If Photographing In Different Light!

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#21 I Call Him Buddha ……. And Sir

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#22 Today I Was Taking Pics Of A Garden. Later As I Went Back Through Them I Wondered What That Black Blotch Was On The White Car? Turns Out I Caught A Bumble Bee Bumbling Along

Image source: Tina Daley

#23 Whilst I Was Attempting To Catch The Grace And Elegance Of This Magnificent Pelican, Percy Slipped And Face Planted The Rock.

Image source: Christine Hibbert

#24 Ascend

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#25 That Time I Caught The Raccoons Smoking In The Garbage Dumpster

Image source: Joy Vinci

#26 Deer Butt Sprinklers

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#27 I Just Wanted A Nice Picture Of A Duck For A Uni Assignment…

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#28 Mom Owns A Nature Store And Has A Comment On Her Facebook Page From Someone Asking If She Could Identify This Bird

Image source: Hannah Lia Strutt 

#29 I Was Trying To Take A Photo Of A Chipmunk For A Friend In England Who Hasn’t Ever Seen One. Never Been This Badly Photo Bombed…

Image source: Diane Jhueck 

#30 Fantastic Shot Of A Broken Umbrella Today

Image source: Karly Fowler

#31 Okay! Fine! Whatever…

Image source:  Amy Nicolai

#32 Even The Squirrels Have Given Up On 2020 (Edit- No Need To Be Concerned…the Squirrel Is Just Resting. She Moved On Quickly After)

Image source: Faun Carlson

#33 Wheeeeeeeeee…

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#34 I Was Too Slow…

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#35 Crap (My Pants) Wildlife Photography

Image source: Stephanie Bush

#36 There’s Some Soap Opera Level Drama Happening At The Bird Feeder…i Wonder What The Story Is? Squirrel Seems Worried Someone Is Tryna Take Her Man, That’s For Sure…

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#37 ‘Friendly’ Magpie In The Backyard. Super-Stoked To Be Having His Picture Taken

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#40 I Present To You…….hawks On A Trampoline

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Aušrys Uptas 

One day, this guy just kind of figured – “I spend most of my time on the internet anyway, why not turn it into a profession?” – and he did! Now he not only gets to browse the latest cat videos and fresh memes every day but also shares them with people all over the world, making sure they stay up to date with everything that’s trending on the web. Some things that always pique his interest are old technologies, literature and all sorts of odd vintage goodness. So if you find something that’s too bizarre not to share, make sure to hit him up!

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Our 10 Imaginative Photos Explore What It Would Be Like To Travel Inside Our Home

We are Alexandra and Serge Siro, photographers, and travelers. Everything started with the quarantine, when we realized, that we would not travel anywhere the next several months or maybe half a year. But we stayed optimistic and entered our imagination: what if we could become tiny for this period of time, then our own apartment would turn into a huge unknown world.

Thus, we started to create our miniature series about home adventures. The process itself is quite long and requires a lot of attention and patience. Going from an idea to its outcome, we realized, how many tricks and details are actually hidden in this way. But it gives us so much fun and inspiration, so we continue creating more and more new series.

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What if we could become tiny for the time of quarantine?

Evening romance by a candle on the windowsill

Definitely one of the best advantages of being tiny during quarantine

We are responsible for those we’ve tamed

Ready for the ride

It supposed to be snow-white beach sand, but Alexandra’s love of snow has twisted everything

Just found our motorcycle on a shelf, removed dust from it, and are ready for a ride!

Home adventures can be very dangerous

Motocross through green sprouts

Own tiny garden

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We are Alexandra and Serge, an IT girl and a photographer. We love travelling (who does not? :D), preferable on two wheels, but does not need to be so. The main thing, that a trip should be on as low budget as possible (within reasonable limits), and of course it should turn into an unforgettable adventure with interesting spots, new roads and new experience. Read more »

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Photographers Get To Witness 5 Cheetahs Crossing A Flooded River Infested With Crocodiles


A group of people were exploring the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. Suddenly, they spotted a cheetah family gathering on the edge of a river. The river was flooded, its current was strong, but the animals didn’t care. They had just one goal in mind — crossing it — and they decided to go for it.

The biggest cheetahs leaped into the water, and the travelers immediately lost their breath. Soon, the other two followed. As everyone waited in anticipation, guessing whether the swimmers will make it to the other side, photographers Arnfinn Johansen and Buddhilini De Soyza seized the opportunity and took out their cameras. Both of them managed to perfectly capture the drama that unfolded.

Arnfinn Johansen: arnfinnjohansen.com | Facebook | Instagram

Buddhilini De Soyza: buddhilini.com | Instagram

Image credits: Media Drum Images / Buddhilini De Soyza

Image credits: Media Drum Images / Buddhilini De Soyza

Photographer Arnfinn Johansen said he had been following the five cheetahs for a long time. “They hunt on both sides of the Talek River, [so it’s no wonder] they wanted to cross it. Normally, they would cross the river by walking on stones but this year, it had been raining for a long time and because of the flooding, it was very difficult for them to do so,” Johansen explained to Bored Panda. “They were walking up and down the river for quite a while, searching for a place to get to the other side. Because of the strong current, it was really dangerous. Also, that river is home to the Nile Crocodile for whom a cheetah can be an easy meal.”

Image credits: Arnfinn Johansen

Johansen said that casualties were definitely possible that day. “Not long ago, another well-known cheetah drowned or got killed by the crocs when it was crossing the same river so it really was a big risk. After surveying the area for a long time, the five cheetah brothers went for it.”

Image credits: Media Drum Images / Buddhilini De Soyza

“First, the leader cheetah jumped into the river, and two more soon followed. The two smallest cheetahs in the group waited for a few seconds before they followed as well.”

Image credits: Arnfinn Johansen

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Image credits: Arnfinn Johansen

Johansen said the pack were swimming as fast as they could. “You really could see they didn’t like it.” Luckily, all of the cheetahs managed to get to the other side alive, and when the leader cheetah shook his fur and his tail, he even hissed at the river.

Image credits: Arnfinn Johansen

Image credits: Media Drum Images / Buddhilini De Soyza

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Image credits: Arnfinn Johansen

Image credits: Arnfinn Johansen

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100 Graffiti Artists Were Asked To Paint An Entire School, And This Is The Result

Think all schools have to look plain and boring? Well, then allow the interior of a student residence at the Cité Internationale Universitaire in Paris change that belief. As part of the urban festival Rehab 2, artists gave in to their imaginations and decorated the walls just as they pleased – and the result is nothing short of amazing.

The festival ran from June 16 to July 16. Unfortunately, the exhibition will be on display only for a limited period of time. Soon the school will close for major renovation and all this awesome art will be erased.

Still, the photographers managed to capture it in pictures, proving that just for once, the school environment can be stimulating, inspiring, and absolutely wild.

Check out some of our favorite pictures below, and let us know in the comments, which one you like the best.

More info: Jonk Photography (h/t: boredpanda)

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