In a world where sophisticated Instagram filters enhance photographs and Snapchat filters can add on a full face of makeup, how does someone know when an image is doctored or when it's unaltered? It's tough, but one app is here to fight photo fraud by giving its stamp of authenticity for untouched content.
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While Facebook and Instagram make their stances on naked flesh relatively clear, where and when they enact their nipple and nudity censorship have become infamously arbitrary. These examples -- from Picasso artworks (banned) to Kim Kardashian nudes (allowed) -- show just how arbitrary the policy is.
If you want a profile that stands out on social networks and dating sites, a memorable picture is essential. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology claims their new MemNet algorithm can predict how memorable your photos are nearly as accurately as a human, and you can test it out for yourself.
Recent reports of celebrities having nude or risqué photos of themselves leaked online highlights the serious risk of hackers getting access to our personal pictures.
'Topless travel' is the latest photographic trend to take Instagram and Facebook by storm. No really. As you can probably guess, the craze involves taking topless photos in front of panoramic vistas while travelling abroad. Here are a few tips if you're thinking of ditching your tee and getting involved. You know you want to.
There are few photography subjects as intriguing as the candid shot of a stranger. Who were they? What were they thinking about? What was happening in their world? Adding a stranger to the frame can make almost any photo instantly engaging. But first you need to find the right stranger and know how to shoot them. Here are some indispensable tips from professional street photographer Richard I’Anson.
If you're looking for a quick and dirty free image host for fast image sharing, Imagebam makes it extremely easy to get your photos out there. You can upload as many images as you want—the only restriction is 3MB per file and the images must be in JPG, GIF, or PNG format. Alternately, you can bulk upload by sending a zip file, limited to 100 files and 100MB total size. Besides your uploaded images, there is a BBCode for inserting the image into forums, an HTML link, a direct link, and a link that will remove the image—an interesting, helpful take on privacy and file deletion. If you're looking for more functionality, free registration gives you access to image management tools, as well as a flash-based bulk uploading tool. We're wondering—what's your own no-hassle, quick-sharing photo solution?