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Nick Cobb | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
The ruins of the Peckhamplex, as a remarkable diorama, added to and developed over time, from the looks of it. Really uncanny.
peckham  art  flickr  photographs  models  dioramas  london 
july 2015 by infovore
From Satellite Eyes | scraplab
"I’ve just released a little Mac app I’ve been working on for a while. It’s called Satellite Eyes. It’s pretty simple. It just sits in your menu tray, and changes your desktop wallpaper to the satellite image or map view from overhead." I've had a preview build for a while, and this is just lovely. Well done, Tom.
satelliteeyes  aerial  imagery  maps  photographs  osx  utility 
june 2012 by infovore
[this is aaronland] milkshake whispering
"Maps are having their F-64 moment, right now, which is important and wonderful but I don't think anyone really wants to live in a world with an infinite depth of field. It's an appealing idea but then something like the Hipstamatic comes along and we all get irrationally weak in the knees, all over again." As usual with Aaron, I could quote most of the article, but in this case, I'll pick my favourite piece of writing, rather than perhaps the most succint quotation; just read the whole thing. (And: I wish I could code or even write like this).
maps  straup  photographs  boundaries  borders  resolution 
april 2010 by infovore
American Pixels
"As computer technology has evolved to make artificial images look ever more real - so that the latest generation of shooter and war games will look as realistic as possible - ajpeg is intended to go the opposite way: Instead of creating an image artificially with the intent of making it look as photo-realistic as possible, it takes an image captured from life and transforms it into something that looks real and not real at the same time." Beautiful.
compression  imagery  pictures  algorithms  graphics  reality  processing  images  photographs 
january 2010 by infovore
DJ's and their living rooms - Rhythmism.com
Scans from a German magazine: messy, full of records, sometimes computers.
photographs  howwework  lifestyle  music  dj 
may 2009 by infovore
Mr Toledano - Phillip Toledano Photography
"I wanted to take portraits of people that would reveal a hidden part of their character. So I had them play videogames."
videogames  photographs  photography  portrait 
august 2008 by infovore

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