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Sports Illustrated is taking Kate Upton to new heights. With zero gravity, Upton modeled in front of several cameras. The shots are pretty awesome and apparently it took years to make this shoot a reality. Click here for the entire video.
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Finally! A bumpin' club anthem that celebrates the selfies phenomenon. Check out The Chainsmokers' music video dedicated exclusively to the self-taken photos we all find ourselves snapping at one point or another. Don't lie. We know you do it, too. The Chainsmokers made a call for action and received thousands of selfies, which they then packed into this thumpin' music video. The band also invites you to make your own #LETMETAKEASELFIE video and upload them here. Now break out your smart phone and start practicing that fish face!
We think Mark Malkoff's quirky ideas are pretty awesome. He is attempting to go a whole seven days without using his cell phone. So how's a guy supposed to share a photo without that gadget none of us can now live without? Simple. Do it the old-fashioned way. Watch Mark revert to the late 90s in order to share his "greatest cat picture ever." P.S. Don't forget the hashtag!
It's amazing what Photoshop can do. Hungarian singer Boggie's music video for "Nouveau Parfum" features her singing as she is constantly retouched and "corrected" throughout the video. She goes from a normal-looking girl without makeup to a striking young starlet who looks like she's about to do a magazine photo shoot. The music video was cleverly directed by Nándor Lőrincz and Bálint Nagy. Boggie makes a not-so-subtle point about expectations surrounding female entertainers and viewers get the message loud and clear.
The bond between sisters is a strong one. It may be even tighter now for Sydney and her baby sister, after a photo project turned into an awesome montage of her sibling's first 19 months. This is essentially a full documentation of nearly two years' worth of experiences.
Artist Ivan Cash compiled a random sample of art when he asked strangers to look at the last photo that was taken on their cell phones. The interactive art creates a social background to the design. While a random photo likely has no artistic purpose, the story behind it may evoke a certain creativity. Cash is able to capitalize on the regular pieces of everyday life. The collection was created in New York and California. See the last pics RTM viewers took on their phones here.
Photobombs can be pretty awesome, and they can be even more awesome when they involve animals. From BuzzFeed, check out today's Daily Pet in the form of the greatest animal photobombs of 2013!
We hope this video puts a smile on your face. If you have cancer, we imagine it's not something that's really out of your mind - ever. That's why the Mimi Foundation put together this amazing project, very appropriately titled, "If Only For a Second." They invited 20 cancer patients to take part in a complete makeover but there was one catch: they had to keep their eyes closed the entire time. Watch their amazing reactions once they open their eyes and see themselves completely transformed. They all forget their battle against cancer - if only for a second. Visit the Mimi Foundation to learn more about the organization or to donate funds.
Who better to teach you how to take the perfect selfie than the Queen of Selfies herself, Kim Kardashian? Watch her and BFF Brittny (no, it's not misspelled) Gastineau teach you 3 simple steps to achieving the perfect selfie. Basically shoot from high to low, know your angle, and check the lighting... but we know you probably want to watch the video anyway.
It's no secret celebrities like to take selfies. They are also sharing more and more revealing and intimate photos via Twitter, Instagram, and other social media outlets. Fuse compiled what they consider the top 6 sexiest photos delivered through the Twitterverse. The list includes selfies and/or steamy pics of Justin Bieber, Rihanna, and Lil' Kim among others. Based on their photos, what are some of your favorite celebrities to follow on Twitter and Instagram?
Some people have the innate ability to be photogenic. Some people, unfortunately, do not. Take some advice from professional photographer Peter Hurley. His career is centered around faces and he knows exactly how to help you look more photogenic.
Jack Vale is doing what he does best: pranking people and freaking them out! Did you know that social media can make you psychic? Well, psychic sounding anyway. It's amazing what you can learn about a person just from their status updates or Instagram posts. Watch Jack's most elaborate prank yet! Check out what our hosts had to say about Vale's new prank.