A few months ago, photographer Nick Sherlock shared with us his epic 3D printed 300mm long extension tube. Then he needed something to hold this beast and provide him with more stability, and he once again put his 3D printer to work. Inspired by the legendary Zenit Fotosniper, Nick designed and printed his own rifle-style grip. It doesn’t only look cool, but it gives him way more stability when using his macro setup.
Cosplay photoshoot with giant fake rifle sparks public warning from California authorities
Last week, a cosplay photoshoot involving a large fake rifle caused quite a stir on the public Seacliff State Beach in Monterey Bay, California. The costumed model was seen carrying the huge replica gun at the beach, and judging from the photos, nothing indicated that it was fake. Some beachgoers reported the photoshoot to the police, and the whole case prompted a public warning from the Santa Cruz Sheriff’s Office.
This DIY camera-rifle offers a humane way to shoot animals
If you want to bring out your inner hunter but you wouldn’t hurt a fly, Alex of I did a thing has a fun DIY project for you. He has made a rifle that lets you shoot animals in the only humane way: with your camera. This camera rifle is cheap and easy to make, and Alex shares the build process in the video below.
This photographer gives a whole new meaning to “shooting birds”
A video of a photographer shooting birds with a rifle has gone viral over the past few days. But before you get shocked: no, he’s not using an actual rifle. He attached his camera onto one of those rare rifle-like accessories, and he seems to be entertaining everyone who sees him.
Instagram photo of LEGO rifle and threatening caption send a 14-year-old to jail
On Tuesday evening, an Instagram post with a threatening message sent a 14-year old boy to jail. The unnamed boy from Lemon Grove, California posted an AR-15-style rifle made of LEGO on his Instagram profile, captioned “Don’t come to school tomorrow.” Reportedly, another student asked him to take the photo down, and he refused. As a consequence, the student was arrested for making a criminal threat.
Man arrested after posting photo of a rifle on Instagram, captioned “Thinking about finally going back to school”
The mass shooting at a Florida high school last week shook up the USA as well as the rest of the world. A man from Texarkana, Texas apparently tried making a cruel joke out of it, and it sent him straight to jail. 24 years old Ricky Rankin posted a photo of an AR-15 assault rifle to his Instagram page, the same type of rifle used in the Florida high school shooting. The caption “I’m thinking about finally going back to school” had the community concerned, so they notified the police, which took him into custody.
This Old Rifle Marksmanship Video Will Teach You More About Photography Than You Would’ve Ever Guessed
Do you need military training to become a better photographer? Probably not, but this rifle marksmanship video from days long past is a wonderful way to improve how you position yourself and hold your camera, especially in awkward spaces and tough situations.[Read More…]
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