Back in 2012, Paul Burgoyne got into a little trouble and had to be rescued by the coast guard, on his way from Vancouver to his summer home in Tahsis, B.C. He lost a camera containing precious family photos, which he thought were lost forever.
FBI officials released several photos and video footage of individuals they've identified as two white males who are wanted for questioning in relation to the deadly Boston bombings. The Monday attacks killed three people and injured more than 170.
The Cook County Medical Examiner has just too many John and Jane Does. In a controversial move, they have started posting photos of the unidentified dead bodies on their website, in the hopes that families of the deceased will come forward.
Allegedly to protect the lives of law enforcement officers, but more likely a crack-down on freedom of expression, Spain's government is drafting a law to ban citizens from photographing or filming police officers at their work.
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Instagram, the popular iPhone and Android app, has inspired budding photographers to shoot and share their work, in real time. John de Guzman has built a massive following on the mobile platform by blending creativity, community, and business acumen.
The latest report into the social media site Pinterest shows that its reach and popularity has extended far beyond the North America and is proving to be a hit across Europe. The main users, however, remain predominantly female.
UKsnapshot, a new site, has launched with a very interesting site and service. It is run by Wiki Design, the same company behind Geekanoids and offers visitors the opportunity to view and purchase photo quality prints from various galleries.