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Photos From a U.S. Marine Corps Combat Correspondent
Sgt. Reece Lodder, a combat correspondant for the U.S. Marine Corps, shares the stories behind some of his favorite images and give us a glimpse of what life is like as a photographer in the Marines.
Deployed – An Inside Look at a Soldier’s Life in Afghanistan
On this Fourth of July Weekend, have an inside look at a soldier’s life in Afghanistan.
Life as a War and Conflict Photographer in the U.S. Air Force
In honor of Memorial Day and for those who have served and are currently serving our country, we highlight three military photographers who kindly answered some of our questions giving us an inside look at life as a war and conflict photographer.
Tales of a Modern Photographer Serving in Afghanistan
After a deployment in Iraq, Sean Huolihan picked up a Nikon D90 and began talking photos. Following a stint in Afghanistan, he is now adjusting to life as a full time photographer.
New Camera Sensor Mimics an Insect Eye, offers limitless depth of field
Researchers at the University of Illinois have just released information about a new camera sensor that they developed that mimics the eyes of Insects such as flies. The sensors gives us a 180 degree field of view with no distortion and almost limitless depth of field.