For one reason or the other, all of us delete plenty of photos from our phones while choosing the keepers. If you have an iPhone X, your “deleted” images are not entirely gone. As a result – they may be accessible to hackers. Two researchers have recently found a vulnerability that could let hackers access your images, even if you previously deleted them.
Ahead of Shackleton’s main crew though was a group of brave men, known as the Ross Sea Party, whose goal was to create vital depots of supplies for Shackleton to use along the way. While setting up depots was the main goal, a team photographer also took photos of the punishing adventure.
For almost a century, the resulting photos from the Ross Sea Party team has been stuck in Antarctica, frozen together inside a small box that lay inside the 1911 darkroom of expedition photographer Herbert Ponting.
The images have since been found though, and as part of the mission of the Antarctic Heritage Trust, the 22 cellulose nitrate negatives have been painstakingly brought back to life despite spending a century clumped together inside a box on the cold, barren block of ice that is Antarctica.
Earlier this week, the NYPL announced it’s digitized, organized and released over 187,000 digital items into the public domain, many of them historic photographs from around the world.
Fujfilm fans, prepare your wallets. Images of Fujifilm’s upcoming X-Pro2 have been leaked, giving us our first real glimpse of the successor to Fujifilm’s genre-defining X-Pro1 mirrorless camera.
Have you ever lost digital images due to a misplaced memory card or a corrupted hard drive? If so, you’re not alone. A recent survey conducted by British photographic retailing company Jessops revealed almost half of adults have lost a digital image.