Steve McCurry photograph of a young Afghan girl that adorned the cover of National Geographic magazine and went on to become one of the most famous faces in the world in now for sale at NYT store. Steve captured this memorable photo of green-eyed Afghan girl  at some refugee camp in Pakistan. 
Steve McCurry revisited the worn-torn Afghanistan and could successfully relocate the girl even after two decades - what helped him recognize the face are the green eyes of this Afghan girl. 


This 4 videos from National Geographic shows how Steve McCurry managed to relocate the girl again. Her name is Sharbat Gula, and she belongs to an Afghan Tribe called the Pashtun. 




 
 
After 30 years chasing wars from Vietnam to the Middle East, the photographer's current battle is for peace of mind.
 
 
A visionary who has made a better and different world is gone, but his legacy will be eternal.

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The Making of LockCircle, the original camera body cap for EF-Mount.
66 cnc machining steps, 8 chemical hardener treatments, 5 handmade steps.
Inspired by cinematographers using hdslr cameras on feature/commercial tough productions.
Professional locking and sealing features.

 
 
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Canon is about to launch a new device on the 3 November in Hollywood, according to an invite going out to press in the States. Titled "The Story begins", the cryptic invite only adds that "Canon is making a historic global announcement".

A series of lights on the invite gives nothing away, however that hasn’t stopped Canon fans and others trying to guess what the camera company has in store.

"Basically there are two things it could be (unless it’s a new printer) a Canon 5D mkIII or more likely given the location for this launch (Hollywood) the much rumoured EF and PL camcorder with Super 35mm sensor… that may or may not be of a 4K resolution," says photographer, and known Canon fan, Philip Bloom on his blog.

Of course it could be a new DSLR sporting the new DIGIC 5 processor sneakily announced in the Canon S100 on Thursday, or a mirrorless model to take on the Micro Four Thirds and APS-C sensor offerings from Olympus, Panasonic, Samsung and Sony.