tsuomela + photography   117

PhotoVoice
"PhotoVoice’s vision is for a world in which everybody has the opportunity to represent themselves and tell their own story PhotoVoice’s mission is to build skills within disadvantaged and marginalised communities. To achieve this, we utilise innovative participatory photography and digital storytelling methods. These skills enable individuals to represent themselves and create tools for advocacy and communication. Through this, and through developing partnerships, we deliver positive social change."
photography  marginal  community  participatory-culture  participation  ethnography  visual 
march 2017 by tsuomela
Henrik Spohler | Photography | Hatje Cantz
"Henrik Spohler (*1965) addresses the relationship between human beings and flora in his photographs. He inquires into such matters as the conditions under which food is produced and the landscapes civilization shapes in the process. The images present a global view of endless fields of cultivated plants outdoors or under glass or plastic: areas in Spain, Holland, Germany, and the United States where standardized products flourish under industrial conditions. Photos of research institutions provide even more insight into those places where new breeds are constantly being created and tested, places where man himself ultimately becomes the creator, using genetic technology in order to give the plants even more profitable features."
book  photography  agriculture  industry  industrial 
april 2014 by tsuomela
Digital Learning Is Like a Snow Leopard (Real, Beautiful, Rare and Maybe To Be Outdated by a New Operating System) | Easily Distracted
"What gives a digital camera a special kind of capacity for auto-didactic learning? Two things: speed and cost. As in fast and none. Add to that an unusually robust communicative infrastructure for sharing, circulating and viewing photographs, so that aspirant photographers will always have a very large, responsive community of fellow learners available to them."
photography  digital  technology-effects  technology  hobbies  amateur  feedback  online  community  learning 
april 2013 by tsuomela
Pics, shoots and leaves: Ecologists turn digital cameras into climate change tools
"As digital cameras become better and cheaper, ecologists are turning these ubiquitous consumer devices into scientific tools to study how forests are responding to climate change. And, they say, digital cameras could be a cost-effective way of visually monitoring the spread of tree diseases. The results -- which come from 38,000 photographs -- are presented at this week's British Ecological Society's Annual Meeting at the University of Birmingham."
science  digital  photography  ecology  biology  tools 
december 2012 by tsuomela
A Hipstamatic Moment -- In These Times
If Hipstamatic hangs in and establishes itself as the go-to digital snapshot brand, it could double as a parable of commerce for the flat-world age: an industrial-era end-user experience without benefit of a workforce, a community or a pension plan.
business  economics  computers  technology  mobile  mobile-phone  photography  change  innovation  nostalgia  from delicious
february 2012 by tsuomela
[1103.6038] Searching for comets on the World Wide Web: The orbit of 17P/Holmes from the behavior of photographers
"We performed an image search on Yahoo for "Comet Holmes" on 2010 April 1. Thousands of images were returned. We astrometrically calibrated---and therefore vetted---the images using the Astrometry.net system. The calibrated image pointings form a set of data points to which we can fit a test-particle orbit in the Solar System, marginalizing out image dates and catching outliers. The approach is Bayesian and the model is, in essence, a model of how comet astrophotographers point their instruments. We find very strong probabilistic constraints on the orbit, although slightly off the JPL ephemeris, probably because of limitations of the astronomer model. Hyper-parameters of the model constrain the reliability of date meta-data and where in the image astrophotographers place the comet
science  astronomy  astrophotography  crowdsourcing  data-mining  online  photography  comets  example 
april 2011 by tsuomela
Astronomers Calculate Comet's Orbit Using Amateur Images From The Web - Technology Review
"This sudden brightening triggered a huge wave of interest from astrophotographers all over the world, many of whom posted their images on the web. To find out how many, Dustin Lang from Princeton University in New Jersey and David Hogg at the Max-Planck-Institut fur Astronomie in Heidelberg, Germany, searched the web. They found 2476 different shots of Holmes.

That's a significant astronomical database that represents a huge amount of work. But is it any use?

Today, Lang and Hogg use these images to work out an accurate orbit of Comet 17P/Holmes, a significant achievement given that the data is taken from an ordinary web search and its provenance is entirely unknown."
astronomy  astrophotography  crowdsourcing  data-mining  online  photography  comets  example 
april 2011 by tsuomela
APOD: 2011 March 8 - Titan, Rings, and Saturn from Cassini
"How thin are the rings of Saturn? Brightness measurements from different angles have shown Saturn's rings to be about one kilometer thick, making them many times thinner, in relative proportion, than a razor blade. This thinness sometimes appears in dramatic fashion during an image taken nearly along the ring plane. The robot Cassini spacecraft now orbiting Saturn has now captured another shot that dramatically highlights the ring's thinness."
astronomy  photography  satellite  planetary 
march 2011 by tsuomela
Identity: how little we actually change over time
"I think these images are fascinating, because they support the experience I’ve made through biography writing, namely how little people actually change over time. They have an identity (from ‘identidem’: repeatedly, continually, constantly). In spite of many attempts in the humanities and social sciences over the last dacades to deconstruct the notion of individual identity, people usually remain the same over decades."
identity  history  personal  personality  time  photography 
february 2011 by tsuomela
Thierry Legault - Partial solar eclipse and transit of the Space Station from Oman
"Image of the solar transit of the International Space Station (ISS), taken from the area of Muscat in the Sultanate of Oman on January 4th 2011 at 9:09 UT, during the partial solar eclipse. "
space  satellite  exploration  photos  eclipse  photography  solar 
january 2011 by tsuomela
Scientific Artifacts from the Sky | Cosmic Variance | Discover Magazine
Aerial pictures and notes - Fermilab, SLAC, Mauna Kea, VLA, Argonne, LIGO at Hanford.
science  photography  aerial  large  big-science  astronomy  physics  national-lab 
january 2011 by tsuomela
Steve Pyke - Photographer
Steve Pyke - portraits of various groups, e.g. philosophers, astronauts, etc.
photography  philosophy 
september 2010 by tsuomela
Canvas Photos, Canvas Prints, Canvas Photo Printing, Canvas Photo Prints, Print Photos, Photo To Canvas | CanvasPop
The easiest way to print your photos and pictures on canvas.

Print your photos on canvas pro style with CanvasPop. From any source, any resolution or size - and customized to your wishes - your photos and digital images become stunning custom art.
art  poster  printing  photography  diy  shopping  design  canvas 
september 2010 by tsuomela
index - Christian Houge
via io9, which highlighted his Arctic Technology project.
photography  art  landscape  infrastructure  science 
september 2010 by tsuomela
The Art of Jim Denevan
Environmental art, mostly photographs of large-scale manipulations. Similar in style to Andy Clark.
art  photography  environment 
september 2010 by tsuomela
Trainset Ghetto - The Morning News
Boarded-up windows in abandoned brick buildings, grass growing from sidewalk cracks, rusty storefronts—the cycle of a city’s evolution and abandonment is familiar. Artist Peter Feigenbaum reimagines these ghettos in miniature, using components from toy train sets and more. “‘Trainset Ghetto’ is voyeurism more than it is hobbyism. It is the physical byproduct of teenage suburban daydreams and attempts to live vicariously through an alien post-urban 1980s landscape that was in no way part of my quotidian existence.”

Peter Feigenbaum is a Brooklyn-based installation artist and musician. He has shown work related to his “Trainset Ghetto” installation at a number of small New York galleries since 2007. He studied architecture at Yale University.
art  photography  modeling  gallery 
august 2010 by tsuomela
Are Cameras the New Guns?
In response to a flood of Facebook and YouTube videos that depict police abuse, a new trend in law enforcement is gaining popularity. In at least three states, it is now illegal to record any on-duty police officer.
law  police  photography  rights  video  legal  technology  privacy  censorship  power  open-source 
june 2010 by tsuomela
Frieze Magazine | Archive | World Perfect
Ralph Rugoff comments on the photographs of Andreas Gursky - connecting them to commercial packaging, monuments, photomontage, and consumer religion.
photography  art  modern-art  review  criticism  gursky  andreas 
december 2009 by tsuomela
Flavorwire » Blog Archive » Daily Dose Pick: Richard Barnes
Barnes has spent over a decade cataloging the way we amass, conserve, and display elements of the natural world. His new monograph, Animal Logic, matches his images of the objects behind an exhibition — “partially wrapped specimens, anatomical models, exploded skulls, and taxidermied animals in shipping crates” — with counterparts from the real world inhabited by living wildlife.
art  photography  animals  museum  book  review 
september 2009 by tsuomela
Five New Rules for the Photoshop Era | Open The Future | Fast Company
If you're annoyed by the "birther" churn, get used it--this kind of political hack is here to stay. It's easy and effective. Cheap digital tools make the work of faking official documents, "candid" images, and behind-the-scenes videos readily possible, even for rough amateurs.
photography  epistemology  photoshop  photomontage  truth  veracity  philosophy  politics  extremism 
august 2009 by tsuomela
Essay: Icons as Fact, Fiction and Metaphor - Lens Blog - NYTimes.com
Of course, just because a photograph reflects the world with perceptual accuracy doesn’t mean it is proof of what spontaneously transpires. A photographic image might look like actual reality, but gradations of truth are measured in the circumstances that led up to the moment the picture was taken.
photography  art  truth  philosophy 
july 2009 by tsuomela
Jupiter gets another cosmic punch, shows new bruise - Ars Technica
Over the weekend, Jupiter was apparently struck by an unknown object, probably a comet or an asteroid. The discovery was made by Anthony Wesley in Australia, an amateur astronomer well-known in both the amateur and professional astronomy communities.
astronomy  planetary  Jupiter  photography  amateur 
july 2009 by tsuomela
« earlier      
per page:    204080120160

related tags

2h20c  19c  20c  1970s  1980s  1990s  2000s  abandoned-buildings  about(GeorgeBush)  advertising  advice  aerial  aggregator  agriculture  aircraft  airport  amateur  andreas  animals  apps  architecture  archive  art  artist  astronomy  astrophotography  astrophysics  automobile  bags  behavior  behind-the-scenes  big-science  biology  birds  book  business  by(SarahCharlesworth)  canvas  cars  censorship  change  climate  clir-postdoc  clothing  collage  collecting  collection  color  comets  community  complexity  computers  conceptual  consumerism  contemporary  criticism  crowdsourcing  culture  curation  data-mining  decline  design  desktop  detroit  digital  digitization  diy  earth  eclipse  ecology  economics  editing  editor  engineering  environment  epistemology  equipment  ethnography  example  exhibition  experience  exploration  extremism  facebook  fandom  fantasy  fashion  feedback  flickr  future  gallery  geek  geeky  genealogy  generator  geography  geolocation  geology  geometry  gigapixel  gis  glaciers  glitch  government  gps  graphics  gursky  habit  hacking  happiness  highway  hiroshima  history  hobbies  hobby  howto  humor  ice  identity  illusion  image  image-processing  imagery  images  industrial  industry  information  infrastructure  innovation  invention  inventors  iphone  journalism  Jupiter  kite  landscape  large  law  learning  legal  libraries  lightning  list  lists  literature  location  loop  macintosh  mapping  maps  marginal  measurement  media  memory  metadata  meteorology  michigan  microscope  militarism  military  miniature  mobile  mobile-phone  modeling  modern  modern-art  museum  museum(Whitney)  nasa  national-lab  natural-history  nature  nerds  night  nostalgia  nuclear  observation  observatory  online  open-source  outsider  overload  panorama  participation  participatory-culture  patterns  people  perception  personal  personality  philosophy  photogrammetry  photography  photomontage  photos  photoshop  physics  picture  planetary  poetry  police  politics  portrait  poster  power  preservation  president  printing  prints  privacy  processing  public-sphere  publisher  realism  recommendations  reference  remote-sensing  resources  review  rights  risk  roads  ruins  satellite  scale  school(Duke)  school(UTenn)  science  search  searchengine  self-definition  self-presentation  service  severe  sf  shopping  slideshow  snow  social  social-media  software  solar  space  stock  stockphoto  sts  sublime  suburbia  surroundings  surveillance  tags  technology  technology-effects  television  theory  time  timeline  tips  title(StarTrek)  tools  tornado  traffic  transportation  truth  tutorial  urban  urbanism  veracity  via:vaguery  video  virtual-earth  visual  visualization  wallpaper  war  weather  web  web2.0  weblog  weblog-group  weblog-individual  webos  website  windows  zoo 

Copy this bookmark:



description:


tags: