Three nights ago, the Houston Rockets were taken out of the NBA Playoffs after Damian Lillard made a layup with 0.9 seconds left in the game. Before that 0.9 seconds, everyone was already sure that Houston was about to move on to the next game. A shot of Damian Lillard finishing that throw needs to [...]
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With Apple selling about 55 million iPhones just in the US last year there's no doubt that billions of photos have been taken on the multi-purpose device. But does iPhoneography count as real photography? Here we answer this controversial question with insights from our photography community members on Facebook as well as our experts. Find out which popular opinion prevails and share your take!