This Week in the World looks at the past week’s most interesting stories out of the photo world.
Dayton-based emo band Hawthorne Heights recently offered a fan the chance to have complete photographic access to them during Warped Tour for a $150 fee.
Two Californian inventors patented a photo-blocking flashgun that automatically fires when another flash fires, for the unfortunate celebrities who get hounded by paparazzi. Finally, someone is paying attention to the needs of the rich and famous. (via PetaPixel)
Leaked photos show what some people think might be Nokia’s 808 PureView, including its 41-MP sensor “EOS” camera.
And in case you missed it . . .
We tried to best Martin Schoeller at his own game.
And we took the affordable IndiSystem jibs out of a test run.