The Daily PetaPixel for 03/21/2021

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This Anti-Gang Program Teaches Kids to Shoot Cameras, Not Guns

By Michael Zhang on Mar 20, 2021 02:45 pm

Don't Shoot Guns, Shoot Cameras (DSGSC) is a program that’s working to keep youth away from gang violence by teaching them to shoot cameras and not guns.
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The Great @PetaPixel Instagram Revival (and How to Get Featured)

By Ryan Mense on Mar 20, 2021 12:10 pm

Instagram means different things to different photographers, whether that's the place to search and be found for new work opportunities, the go-to spot for becoming inspired, or where to post photos and get feedback from the largest photography community on the Internet. At this point, it would be silly to not have an active account on Instagram, right? …Right?
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The Art of Accepting Failure as an Artist

By Joey J. on Mar 20, 2021 11:30 am

The Internet gives the illusion that everybody can be "somebody". It surely has opened the door for some, but the hard truth is that most of us aspiring artists (including us photographers) remain largely unnoticed for our entire lifetimes, even with the mighty power of the Internet and social media.
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Earlier Stories:

Gitzo Legende Backpack and Tripod Review: Well-Intentioned
The Intrepid 35mm/120 Compact Enlarger 'Redefines The Darkroom'
What's the Difference? Native VS Base VS Expanded ISO Explained
Sony Xperia Pro Review: Much More Than Just a Phone
Canon Patents a Lens That Replaces the Focus Ring with a Touchpad
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