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The Online Photographer: The Remarkable Persistence of 24x36
Cracking piece of... technology history and perspective, I guess, from Mike Johnston: a history of the 35mm film frame size, the things that threatened to unseat it, the ways it bounced back, and the ways other inventions embedded it in history. A really good Total Perspective Vortex of the history of a technology.
cameras  film  photography  history  culture  technology 
october 2018 by infovore
The Online Photographer: Best Comment Ever
"The problem is that photography has always been a technical pursuit and the mediating technology required to make a photograph has always threatened to overwhelm it. To quote Donald Kuspit, 'Technology is the last valiant attempt to discredit and devalue the unconscious.... The unconscious is the bête noire in a scientifically and technologically managed world, which is why it must be killed or at least ostracized.' The endless upgrade cycle, the more and more laborious and tedious mastery of imaging software, the solid belief in technical improvement and control as a means to achieve success, all of this leads one further and further away from any possibility of making original or authentic work. This is the bind of the technology treadmill. What it gives, it also takes away. So in digital photography we have an inherent pitfall in the photographic process married to the culturally dominant fixation with technology and control which are themselves obstacles to the unconscious, the very source of creativity itself."

Fantastic quotation and comment from David Comdico over at TOP. I feel this applies hugely to electronic music, too.
art  photography  technology  creation  unconscious  mediation 
september 2018 by infovore
The Rivet Press - The Press - Adele Stafford / Maker
"Show up for the work. For me, this means sitting at my loom every day and weaving for at least a few hours no matter what else might be pulling at me in business or in life. I was given this advice early on, in both my studio art education and in writing workshops I attended over the years. This commitment is the gateway to developing a habit, and in turn, a creative practice. The simple repetition of throwing the shuttle across the loom for even an hour has never failed to open up my thinking, ground my anxiety and, ultimately, move the work forward. Even if my thoughts don't dramatically shift, I can walk away from the work and see tangible evidence of a woven yard or two. Affirmation." As if I didn't need reminding. (I bookmarked this primarily, though, for the beautiful photos and workplace.)
weaving  textiles  work  practice  process  photography 
april 2015 by infovore
Internet machine – Timo Arnall
"In this film I wanted to look beyond the childish myth of ‘the cloud’, to investigate what the infrastructures of the internet actually look like. It felt important to be able to see and hear the energy that goes into powering these machines, and the associated systems for securing, cooling and maintaining them." Looks beautiful: Timo's customary look in enveloping, three-screen 4K. Gosh. Also: the uses of stills-as-film is really interesting to me at the moment.
internet  infrastructure  environment  photography  film 
may 2014 by infovore
Evo 2013 in Photos | Polygon
Great set of pictures from Evo 2013; I really, really ought to go sometime.
evo2013  games  photography 
july 2013 by infovore
Shoot Hip or Die – The New Inquiry
"...nothing really gets older online; the only aging of things here comes from the erosive force of changing human sensibilities. The black of that North Face jacket looks just as black, but the point of wearing it has faded a little. Here there is only the appearance of getting older because everything else has gotten much newer. The pixels do not outwardly become worn. They are like grains of sand. If one is destroyed, it’s too small for us to know it’s been annihilated. And there is so much sand."
photography  media  decay  patina  from instapaper
january 2013 by infovore
Pictures and vision
"In this context, Google+ is not the company’s most strategic project. That distinction goes to Glass, to the self-driving cars, and to Google Maps, Street View, and Earth—Google’s model of the real, physical world. Maybe in twenty years we’ll think of Google primarily as a vision company—augmenting our vision, helping us share it—and, oh wow, did you realize they once, long ago, sold ads?" This is good. I like the distinction between pictures and vision a lot.
robinsloan  facebook  google  seeing  vision  pictures  photography  computervision  robotreadableworld 
june 2012 by infovore
The Visible Human Project Light Paintings at Street Anatomy
Gorgeous: light-painting in space with the Visible Human, its slices reassembled into new shapes.
lightpainting  visiblehuman  photography 
may 2012 by infovore
Main Page - CameraAxe
Another Arduino-powered high-speed photography trigger. Swanky menus. Lots of good source examples, again.
trigger  photography  highspeed  arduino 
april 2012 by infovore
Photoduino: The opensource camera controller based on Arduino | Photoduino - The opensource camera controller based on Arduino
Open Source, Arduino-based camera controller. Primarily for high-speed photography. Useful examples inside the source code, though.
arduino  photography  highspeed  trigger 
april 2012 by infovore
Forget Your Past – Timothy Allen | Photography | Film
",,,he showed me some pictures of what looked to me like a cross between a flying saucer and Doctor Evil’s hideout perched atop a glorious mountain range.

I knew instantly that I had to go there and see it for myself." Spectacular photography; what a building.
buzludzha  bulgaria  communism  history  photography  architecture 
march 2012 by infovore
Tom Phillips: Seventy Fifth Birthday News
"Seventy fifth birthday looming up and a small self fest to celebrate." All excellent news. Also: 40 years of "20 sites n years"; wonderful.
tomphillips  art  camberwell  photography 
february 2012 by infovore
Ian Bogost - The Illusion of a Literal Description
"A photograph has to be rational. It has to be rational in itself. It has to be rational and complete. ... it is the illusion of a literal description of what the camera saw. From it, you can know very little. It has no narrative ability. You don't know what happened from the photography. You know how a piece of time and space looked to a camera." As usual, I'm reminded how much I love Gary Winogrand.
ianbogost  garywinogrand  photography  spacetime 
october 2011 by infovore
GetawayMoments: How to Make a Cheap and Easy Ikea Time Lapse Panning Unit Part 3
Looks like I'm going to have to go get me an Ordning Timer soon, to go with the intervalometer.
diy  hack  clockwork  photography 
september 2011 by infovore
On the controversial 9/11 image known as ”The Falling Man”: Observatory: Design Observer
"I’m aware on some level that a photograph is misleading but at the same time we have to remember that photographs are just a frame in time. By its very nature the medium is misleading. We don’t know what is happening outside the frame, we don’t know what happened before the frame, we don’t know what happened after the frame. So I carry in my head two feelings about the Falling Man. On the one hand he was no different than the other jumpers on the day but at the same time I hold onto the essential truth that the image represents." Sontag's "moment selected at the exclusion of other moments" again.
photography  choice  editing  unknown 
september 2011 by infovore
More Than a Craze
Totally marvellous: photographs of New Zealand arcades in the eighties. Lovely they're online, as well as in the world, and must get around to that essay at some point.
games  arcades  culture  photography  exhibition  nz 
march 2011 by infovore
ishback» Blog Archive » Generative photography
"I’ve been doing some experiments using Processing to generate different patterns and sequences, a projector, and a camera pointing to the projection screen. Some of them are using a technique called procedural light painting, some other combining slit-scan with projected patterns. I’m also very interested in the low repeatability of some of these experiments, like the picture above, due to the noise introduced by the asynchrony of generation, communication and output means. Maybe we can call it Generative Photography." Really nice; interesting overlaps with some of the stuff from Shadow Catchers (in terms of structuring the capture, rather than the release, of light).
photography  light  exposure 
february 2011 by infovore
Library to send appropriate pulses to an IR LED to trigger Nikon cameras
arduino  nikon  photography 
january 2011 by infovore
The Online Photographer: A Moment of Silence
"I know we've covered this to death already, but just a brief moment of silence, please—today, December 30th, is the last day that Kodachrome film will be processed anywhere in the world, ending a remarkable run that began in 1935."
film  photography  kodak  kodachrome 
december 2010 by infovore
Tell My Mom Not To Worry (Maine) : Ben Benvie Photography
Ben Benvie hiked all 2000miles+ of the Appalachian Trail, and took his camera. These are his pictures from Maine, the final state of the trail, and it just looks brilliant. I am not sure I could do this, but the appeal is enormous.
hiking  walking  america  mountains  appalachiantrail  photography 
november 2010 by infovore
Images captured via Google Streetview cameras; some are incredible, others, beautiful.
streetview  google  maps  photography  tumblr 
november 2010 by infovore
Where Science, Art and Photography Intersect (25 photos) - My Modern Metropolis
" does Charland describe his own work? He says, "Its like 5th grade science mixed with sculpture. Its about being curious and playful. There is still a lot to wonder about."" Lovely, lovely long-exposure work, proving again that in very long exposures, you can wander around and not really show up. My favourites are the most elegant - the final image, of a candle burning down over an hour, is stunning.
science  longexposure  photography  light  lightpainting 
august 2010 by infovore
Last Kodachrome roll processed in Parsons | Business News for Wichita Kansas | Local Journal of Wichita Business News and Kansas Business News | Wichita Eagle
"National Geographic has closely documented the journey of the final roll of Kodachrome manufactured, down to its being processed. Dwayne's is only photo lab left in the world to handle Kodachrome processing, so National Geographic Television producer Yvonne Russo and National Geographic magazine senior video producer Hans Weise found themselves in Parsons Monday, along with McCurry, with the final roll of the iconic film of the 20th century." Steve McCurry shot the final roll of Kodachrome in the world.
film  slides  kodachrome  photography  history 
july 2010 by infovore
Jeffrey Friedl's Blog » An Analysis of Lightroom JPEG Export Quality Settings
Jeffrey does that hard work so you don't have to. I'm going to leave my slider set around 75, but it's still good to know what the hell is (vaguely) going on under the hood...
lightroom  photography  compression  jpeg  analysis 
july 2010 by infovore
The Online Photographer: Quote o' the Day
"The move during the past 10 years or so has been from cameras being precision mechanical devices to molded polycarbonate containers for electronic components. This has meant a lowering of overall physical quality. What one gets in terms of features, functions and image quality is higher than ever before, but the satisfaction of owning and using a high quality mechanical and optical device has for the most part evaporated. Only the top models within any brand produce a tactile satisfaction and please one's esthetic sense." The quotation is from Michael Reichmann; the discussion that follows is as thoughtful as usual from TOP's readers.
quality  manufacturing  photography  cameras  satisfaction  enjoyment 
july 2010 by infovore
10 Must Read HDSLR Guides For Filmmakers — DSLR Video Shooter
Some interesting things here - most notably, the link on 180º shutter; something I wasn't aware of until now.
film  video  dslr  photography 
june 2010 by infovore
C i b o M a h t o . c o m » October Thing-a-day, Day 7: Nikon Camera Intervalometer, Part 1
Nikon IR intervalometer, hooked up to an Arduino, without even needing another remote. Definitely interested in building one of these.
projects  arduino  nikon  photography  intervalometer 
june 2010 by infovore
Sun's path June to December
"The picture clearly shows the path of the sun through the sky over the last six months." Brilliant. (And: so simple!)
photography  sun  solarpath  pinhole 
april 2010 by infovore
Annapurna Moonrise: Night Photography at Base Camp
"There is a rhythm to hiking, as there is in walking. And once you find the cadence — after a day or two — your mind empties. All your social obligations related to work and friends and life are muted. They aren’t gone: they just no longer require your direct attention. There is a shocking beauty to this silence. It’s as if every day of our lives is filled with a white noise. And suddenly, in the presence of these unbelievable peaks, the noise is gone." Lovely pictures, but, more to the point, strong truth, from Craig Mod.
walking  hiking  photography  silence  quiet 
february 2010 by infovore
2point8 » Reconsidering Winogrand
" can’t help but wonder if there was some genius in the aggregate. Like Gerhard Richter’s “Atlas”, perhaps Winogrand’s greatest work wasn’t in the brilliant moments or creative editing, but in the Complete Everything, in the performative act of making hundreds of thousands of images, of the people, with the people?" Michael David Murphy on Gary Winogrand, and the value of his work perhaps being in the entirety of it.
photography  garywinogrand  essay 
february 2010 by infovore
"Use [ffffl*ckr] to find the photography you like using the simple idea that people whose work you like, probably like stuff you'll like. You start with a set of pictures - if you authenticate, it'll use 20 of your last 100 favorites - otherwise it'll start with somebody's favorites. Click any picture to load more. Don't like what that person likes? Scroll back and click a different picture you like. It's that simple."
flickr  interface  photography  exploration 
january 2010 by infovore
BLDGBLOG: Leviathan: An Interview with Richard Mosse
Wonderful interview with Richard Mosse, who photographs (quite beautifully) plane wrecks.
photography  landscape  ballardian  aircraft  wreckage  disruption  art 
december 2009 by infovore
Panasonic Lumix GF1 Field Test — 16 Days in the Himalayas
"For 16 days I lived with it strapped to me as I climbed through the valleys of central Nepal up to Annapurna Base Camp at 4,200 meters." Wonderful review of the GF1, framed as a travelogue, with real photographs. I'd be quite happy if all camera reviews looked like this.
photography  camera  panasonic  travel  review  gf1 
december 2009 by infovore
: Charis Wilson | The Economist
"In [Nude] she was always sorry for the clumsy pins, and the uneven parting in her hair. But Edward Weston regretted the shadow on her right arm, which spoiled the symmetry of her body curving like an architectural form or a tree, or like a curling wave on the coast, lines as lovely as any in Nature. To her lasting astonishment, he had glorified her." I love Economist obituaries, and this one - of Charis Wilson - is no exception. Lovely.
photography  economist  obituary  art  chariswilson  via:blech 
december 2009 by infovore
Ghosts of Shopping Past - The Morning News
"Landscaping overgrows, walls develop mildew, ceilings cave in—a building can be shut down, but that doesn’t make it go away. Brian Ulrich’s photographs of closed-down malls and big-box retail stores reveal the potential ghost towns lying inside successful shopping complexes all across America." Wonderful pictures; striking, strange, and sad all at once. And: all a little bit "Dead Center".
photography  malls  america  us  architecture  abandoned  shopping 
december 2009 by infovore
The Online Photographer: A Little Guy Who Loves his Mom
"It's funny, but from the 1890s and until the First World War, photographers prized lenses for their unsharpness: when artists found the lenses that gave them just the right degree and quality of unsharpness, they treasured them like jewels. This attitude survived until the 1940s among portrait photographers. The unsharpness of their lenses of choice was considered by many portraitists an indivisible part of their aesthetic signature." Mike Johnston on the taste for sharpness of portrait lenses.
mikejohston  photography  sharpness  lenses  perception 
december 2009 by infovore
atticus_flinch: в ролях
Photoshoot for Empire; actors pose in pastiches of scenes for which they are famous. But with the emphasis on looking hot. Some are weak, but Christian Bale and his fireaxe, and Jodie Foster/Anthony Hopkins, are great.
photography  movies  empire  stills  fashion 
december 2009 by infovore
Captured Photo Collection » Ian Fisher : American Soldier Photos
"For 27 months, Ian Fisher, his parents and friends, and the U.S. Army allowed Denver Post reporters and a photographer to watch and chronicle his recruitment, induction, training, deployment, and, finally, his return from combat. A selection of photos from Ian’s journey are posted below." The link to the full project page isn't working at the moment, but the pictures alone are striking.
photography  america  military  photojournalism  narrative 
november 2009 by infovore
flogr - Project Hosting on Google Code
"Flogr shows your pictures from flickr in a customizable photo portfolio interface which includes a main photo page with EXIF details and flickr user comments, a customizable thumbnails page of your recent work, a slideshow component to browse through thumbnails, a tag cloud page, and an about page that shows your flickr user profile. With flogr you can control which photos are shown by specifying the flickr tag(s) to include so you can show only your best photographs if you choose." Which is something I've been looking for for a while. Glad I didn't have to write it, now.
flickr  photography  photoblog  webapp  software 
november 2009 by infovore
YOUNG GALLERY - David Burdeny
Icebergs and Shorelines; I love the Icebergs series particularly. What a rich page for a gallery.
photography  art  gallery  photos  icebergs  shorelines  landscape  davidburdeny 
september 2009 by infovore
Rare Important Instantaneous Photograph
Warning: gory 19th century photograph of donkey's head exploding at the other end. But seriously: you've invented an instantly-exposing gelatin plate; what's the fastest thing you can photograph to prove it works? Turns out the answer is: a donkey's head exploding.
photography  history  science  experiment  explosion 
september 2009 by infovore
Building Rome in a Day
"In this project, we consider the problem of reconstructing entire cities from images harvested from the web. Our aim is to build a parallel distributed system that downloads all the images associated with a city, say Rome, from After downloading, it matches these images to find common points and uses this information to compute the three dimensional structure of the city and the pose of the cameras that captured these images. All this to be done in a day." Woah.
3D  photography  programming  modelling  architecture  flickr  generation 
july 2009 by infovore
the impossible cool.
Mainly for the photography, I think; iconic images of icons, by and large, and some nice curveballs from time to time.
photography  fashion  style  icons  blackandwhite 
july 2009 by infovore
In which photographers, or, more likely, their assistants, upload lighting test shots. Some are striking; some are practical; some are made of awesome. Fun!
photography  blog  imageblog  lighting 
july 2009 by infovore
KOKOGIAK - One Year Later...
Alan Taylor on a year of the Big Picture. It's been a successful one, if you ask me, and it's a wonderful site; there are few updates in my RSS reader I look forward to as much as it.
photography  journalism  online  web  bigpicture  boston  blogs 
june 2009 by infovore
The Online Photographer: The Leica as Teacher
"A year with a single Leica and a single lens, looking at light and ignoring color, will teach you as much about actually seeing photographs as three years in any photo school, and as much as ten or fifteen years (or more) of mucking about buying and selling and shopping for gear like the average hobbyist." This is not a bad point.
photography  learning  teaching  leica  writing 
may 2009 by infovore
Professional Photographic Printing at theprintspace
"Professional photographic & art printing with great value? theprintspace delivers. At the printspace we understand what professional quality means, and we also offer 48 hour turnaround time & guaranteed satisfaction." As recommended to me by Jon.
printing  photography  hackney  print  photo  online  shop 
may 2009 by infovore
Cassini's continued mission - The Big Picture -
I've linked to a single photo, because it makes me think: what it must be, to be taking photographs for Science, millions of miles away via radiowaves, and to have them not only be useful, but to turn out as beautiful as this one. How wonderful to know that the universe is as beautiful as the world, and that even in the name of research, we can take such beautiful pictures.
space  cassini  saturn  astronomy  nasa  photography  beauty  bigpicture 
april 2009 by infovore
Airstrip One | MetaFilter
'London police are now deleting tourists' photos because "photographing anything to do with transport is strictly forbidden."' Oh god.
london  photography  rights 
april 2009 by infovore
strobist-project-opensource-trigger - Google Code
It's an open-source radio-trigger for small flashes. Really! The hardware, the software - the whole lot - is open source. The Strobist community never ceases to impress with its ingenuity.
flash  offcamera  photography  lighting  strobe  strobist  electronics  hardware  opensource 
april 2009 by infovore
Richard Nicholson Photography - 'Last One Out, Please Turn On the Light'
"This project, shot on 4"x5" film, documents London's remaining professional darkrooms. It is based on my nostalgia for a dying craft (there are no young printers). It is in these rooms that printers have worked their magic, distilling the works of photographers such as David Bailey, Anton Corbijn and Nick Knight into a recognisable 'look'. I have lit these often-gloomy spaces to reveal the beauty of the machinery; enlargers are masterpieces of industrial design. And I have sought to shed light on the surrounding personal workspaces (snapshots of family members, souvenirs from globetrotting photographers, guidebooks to Photoshop, out-takes from glamour shoots, lists of unpaid invoices)." Gorgeous.
photography  darkrooms  enlargers  london  history  studios 
april 2009 by infovore
Secret Britain travel guide part one: Photographer Martin Parr on the beauty of everyday objects | Travel | The Guardian
"I would urge everyone to start looking at the world in a different way. Spend some time looking at everyday objects, at their design, their shape, their individual characteristics. Think ahead and imagine their significance. Many are interesting and aesthetically pleasing in their own right, if you just give them some attention." Martin Parr on noticing the everyday.
martinparr  photography  quotidien  everyday  noticings 
april 2009 by infovore
Photojojo » How to Develop Film Using Coffee and Vitamin C! Srsly!
Chemically, this makes sense, but I'd never thought this might be possible.
homebrew  photography  film  processing  developing 
march 2009 by infovore - photographer education
A technique page from a working photographer with quite a few useful tips and technique articles linked off it.
tips  flash  photography  lighting  tutorials 
march 2009 by infovore
"An image a day and an MP3 to go with it, for no obvious reason." And no RSS, so you'll just have to turn up every day. Lovely concept.
blog  music  photography  film  mp3  still 
march 2009 by infovore
"Scans of sandwiches for education and delight." Yes.
blog  food  photography  awesome  sandwiches  scans 
march 2009 by infovore
English Russia » Group Rope Jumping
"It’s new fun in some Russian cities, to jump from the bridge with the rope in a big group, when there is no water under the bridge but raw firm ice, also they use to jump at that same moment when the train is going thru the bridge". The pictures explain it pretty well.
sport  photography  russia  bridge  jumping 
march 2009 by infovore
Strobist: CERN, Pt. 1: It's the Little Things that Matter
David Hobby goes to Cern, and has a ball. Also: takes some nice portraits.
photography  strobist  cern 
march 2009 by infovore
1854 - the blog of the British Journal of Photography
Named for the year the BJP was founded; nicely written, and not just a fast-moving press release stream.
blog  uk  photography  bjp 
february 2009 by infovore
Keywords from Photoshop Lightroom 1.x not included on export from Photoshop Lightroom 2
I've had this bug for ages. Basically: when you upgrade to Lightroom 2, keywords from Lightroom 1 aren't exported by default, making exporting to Flickr irritating, because you end up having to rekey some (but not all) keywords. This magic Lua script fixes everything.
photography  script  lightroom  lua  keywords  catalog 
february 2009 by infovore
Докторрр ин дер ролле Fima_Psuchopadt (с) - 65 лет назад была снята блокада Ленинграда
65 years since the end of the siege of Leningrad, this LJ post shows photographs from the late 1940s merged with images of the location in the present. All are striking; some are very sad. Great contextualisation, though.
photography  russia  history  location  photoshop  war  leningrad  merged 
january 2009 by infovore
The Impossible Project
"We aim to re-start production of analog INTEGRAL FILM for vintage Polaroid cameras in 2010. We have acquired Polaroid's old equipment, factory and seek your support." They're serious. Wow.
photography  film  manufacturing  project  polaroid 
january 2009 by infovore
Diego Goldberg :: The Arrow of Time
"On June 17th, every year, the family goes through a private ritual: we photograph ourselves to stop, for a fleeting moment, the arrow of time passing by." Perfectly executed.
photography  time  process  change  passage  repetition 
january 2009 by infovore
foto_decadent: John Rawlings
A whole bunch of vintage Rawlings fashion photography from 30s and 40s Vogue. Something about many of these that's just magic; great direction, great pictures.
photography  fashion  vogue  johnrawlings 
december 2008 by infovore
Chase Jarvis Blog: 5 Tips For Making Great iPhone Photos
Nothing out of the ordinary, but the take-on-release tip is a good one, and I'll be checking out Pano.
photography  tips  iphone 
december 2008 by infovore
The weird science of stock photography. - By Seth Stevenson - Slate Magazine
"I was startled to realize that stock photo and video purveyors actually create material in anticipation of demand... These suppliers of the world's commercial imagery are making bets on what life will look and feel like in the near future." But of course.
advertising  marketing  photography  prediction  stock  future  stockphotography  gettyimages 
december 2008 by infovore
The Online Photographer: A Rant About the D3X
A somewhat geeky - and swear-free - Downfall adaptation, but pretty spot-on nontheless.
downfall  nikon  fullframe  d3x  pastiche  parody  funny  photography 
december 2008 by infovore
Strobist: Four Reasons to Consider Working for Free
"The US auto industry is on the verge of imploding. People are losing their homes to foreclosure. And, on the off chance that you had the nerve to try to buy something, credit is almost impossible to come by. It is against that backdrop that I would like to talk about working for free. Why? Because I think it is one of the fastest ways to make yourself a better photographer, whether you are a pro or an amateur."
strobist  davidhobby  photography  free  promotion  learning  process 
december 2008 by infovore
The Whale Hunt / by Jonathan Harris
"The Whale Hunt is an experiment in human storytelling." 3000+ photographs, with what seems like a confusing-and-shiny interface to explore them - but hides a detailed metadata manipulation layer underneath. Beautiful pictures, too. Something really quite special; the "interface" pages should explain more.
photography  storytelling  narrative  interface  interactions  design 
december 2008 by infovore
Corbis Readymech Cameras
"Take a break from your computer! Download, print and build your own pinhole camera. Follow the instructions and enjoy!" Beautiful.
pdf  print  pinhole  camera  pinholecamera  photography  beautiful 
november 2008 by infovore - Ironman book
I love Jeff Bridges as a photographer, and his pictures from the Iron Man set are no exception.
jeffbridges  ironman  photography  films  movies  behindthescenes  blackandwhite  panoramic 
november 2008 by infovore
We Are Sleeping Giants
Ignoring the background music and a lot of Trajan, I really like this series of pictures from Brooks Reynolds; particularly, his use of lighting and depth of field. I'm a big fan of concept-series; they tend to be more than a sum of their parts.
photography  series  projects  brooksreynolds  americana 
november 2008 by infovore
GPSTagr: geotag flickr photos using GPS
Welcome to GPSTagr. Our service allows you to geotag your flickr photos using a track file from a GPS device in 3 easy steps.
gps  gpx  geotagging  photography  flickr 
october 2008 by infovore
uplog » » Coding a Networked Bike
"We’ve just finished a project for Yahoo called purple pedals (a.k.a. the yBike). In a nutshell, it’s a bike that takes pictures and uploads them to flickr in real time."
ubicomp  photography  flickr  yahoo  embedded  upload  mobile 
october 2008 by infovore
geotag-lightroom-plugin - Google Code
"This project installs menu items into the Adobe Lightroom interface that allows photos to be tagged with geographic information through the Lightroom interface."
gps  gpx  location  plugin  lightroom  metadata  photography 
october 2008 by infovore
Food and Flowers Go Boom. - A Photography Blog.
"The New York Times Magazine food issue had plenty of fun this weekend; Looks like photo editor Kathy Ryan gave photographer Martin Klimas a 22-caliber rifle and told him to embrace his anger. He decimated an ear of corn, an apple and a pumpkin so thoroughly that the editors could not decide on a favorite." Beautiful.
photography  food  fruit  flowers  vegetables 
october 2008 by infovore
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