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You don't realize how much of a "waste problem" there is in the US until you see the pictures from award-winning photographer Gregg Segal who decided to personify our trash troubles.
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"Tech Time" makes you throw your hands in the "ayer, ay, ayer, ayer, ay, ayer!" Because it's awesome! (Sorry... You can blame Flo Rida for that one.) Anyway, this one's all about DIY tips for those who dabble in a little photography.
We all know at least a handful of "addicts" who may greatly benefit from this 12-step program. The first step is admitting you have a problem. If you can own the fact you take entirelty too many selfies, the next step is to talk about it with others who are in your position. As you can see in this sketch by Tripp and Tyler, you're not alone.
Journalist Esther Honig sent a plain photo of herself to freelance artists around the world (expert and amateur alike) and told them to use Photoshop on her picture to "make [her] beautiful." Here are the results that show a little something about how beauty is regarded around the world. Via BuzzFeedYellow.
Kurt Coleman is a big fan of selfies. The blonde-haired Australian really likes himself and claims to be his country's answer to Paris Hilton. The 17-year-old also claims to have posted thousands of selfies of himself online.
Formula 1 driver Nico Rosberg decided to take a 1954 racecar on the open track. The speedster in the Mercedes decided to take a selfie as he blazed down the road. Despite the car's lack of power steering, he was able pull off this stunt.
If you've never traveled through Europe, this amazing time-lapse from Stan Chang will definitely make you want to go there. Beautiful is the only way you would describe this. It's one of the best time-lapse videos we've ever seen.
It might be hard to imagine these days, but Twitter hasn't always been a "thing." In fact, it's younger than a 5th grader. But how did this now multi-billion dollar company go from an idea for text message-based status updates called "twttr," to the site that crashed during the Oscars thanks to a celeb-filled #selfie? Mashable draws it out for you!
The first time you heard the song #Selfie by The Chainsmokers, you probably wondered if a drunk girl wandered into the studio while they were recording the latest club mix, only to find out that the random ramblings were actually intentionally part of the track. Then you probably wondered if they were serious. The answer might be somewhere between "I don't joke about #selfies" and "duh, of course it's a commentary on our vanity driven society," but either way this cat parody from The Pet Collective is definitely a (pretty funny) joke... and today's Daily Pet! #caturday
Photographer Hector Cruz is doing his part to help destigmatize public breastfeeding. He joined forces with Kalimana Birth Stories to promote Project: BreastFeeding. Cruz says his goal is to educate men on how to be better husbands and fathers and also to empower the women themselves. Cruz was inspired by the birth of his daughter to try and do more as a dad and spouse. Now he needs your help spreading the word and promoting the cause. You can help by donating to Project: BreastFeeding. Be sure to check out their Facebook page, as well as Kalimana Birth Stories.
Wes Naman is one talented photographer. His portraits are like nothing we've ever seen before. Seriously! They're pretty unique. For this series, he wrapped people's faces in scotch tape and snapped the perfect photo. It's hilarious and kind of horrifying, but so very cool. At RightThisMinute we had the chance to Skype with the man who just seems to have a knack for the weirdly awesome. You can see more of Wes Naman's photography right here.
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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.