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The Best April Fools' Day Photography Jokes of 2021

11 days ago   |   By Peta Pixel

After taking a break last year - April 2020 was no laughing matter - we're back again today with a roundup of the best April Fools' Day jokes from around the world of photography.
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Fujifilm Announces The GFX Disposable 645 Program
Fujiaddict reports that Fujifilm has announced a GFX 645 disposable camera that will come with “a 60mm f/4 lens and 25 frames of 400H 1600 ISO 645 film inside.”
Nikon Demonstrations Planned for 2021
Nikon Rumors reports that “Nikon demonstrations are being planned for 2021 because of the recent reductions/eliminations of Nikon product...
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April Fool's Flashback!

April Fool's Flashback!

11 days ago   |   By Tom Richmond

Five years ago I pulled this epic April Fool's Day prank on a vacant lot about a mile up the street from our house. The lot had contained a BP gas station/auto repair business that had closed up about a year before, and the building had been razed the previous fall. It sat on the corner of a very busy road about 100 yards from the on/off ramps of a main metro highway, so it was a high traffic area. There was a lot of speculation as to what was going to be built on the lot, but so far no signage or any official...
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