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One has certain expectations when they buy their first DSLR, but what is it actually like in reality?
As part of our DPReview Live event earlier this month, we sat down with renowned wildlife photographer Art Wolfe to ask him some questions about his work, vision and philosophy. With over sixty books published and a public television document…
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The Natural History Museum has announced winners of its 2014 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. This year’s winning photos document all manner of creatures, from a pride of lions in the Serengeti, to a yellow scorpion in the northeast of Sp…
See incredible views captured from the back of an eagle
Ever wondered what it is like to soar above the City of Light? Well, thanks to the folks at the non-profit Freedom, you no longer have to simply imagine this spectacular view.
Last month the organization, whose mission is to reintroduce this bird species back to France, strapped a Sony Action Cam Mini to the back of a white-tailed eagle named Victor and released him from the Eiffel Tower’s observation deck. In the video above you can see Victor fly above the Seine River, take in the Eiffel Tower and then plunge at 111 mph back to his handler.
The view, framed by the ruffling feathers of the eagle’s back, is pretty incredible. You may want to turn the volume down though, the white noise caused from the wind is a bit maddening.