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A 5-min video about how Reuters photographers and editors covered Olympics track and field events from every angle, such as the highly anticipated men’s 100m final.
Image from Year of the Glitch. Produced using an Olympus C-840L 1.3 MP Digital Camera, by notendo. Philip Stearn’s website Year of the Glitch features digital art that was created from glitches on digital cameras. See much more here. Source:boingboing.
The idea of a camera in your smart phone was pretty much of a joke, until a few years ago. Most sucked. However, the iPhone has set a new standard for smart phone cameras. The iPhone has become the most … Continue reading
Stanley Kubrick is well known as a filmmaker. But before his film career, Kubrick was a photographer for Look magazine. He sold his first photo to Look in 1945 when he was just 17–it was an image of a vendor at … Continue reading
Wired has a gallery and a write up about the night photography of Scott Martin. The article at Wired also explains some of the key basics of night photography, such as using a tripod, learning to distinguish the different qualities … Continue reading
“Radioactive Cats” Photography ©1980 Sandy Skoglund Sandy Skoglund is an American photographer and installation artist whose work consists of insanely elaborate and surreal scenes that takes months to create. These Photoshop-free tableaux are often monochromatic in color with a single, colorful and … Continue reading
Photo credit: Erik Calonius. DOCUMERICA/EPA In the early 1970′s the rapid post-war industrialisation of the United States caught up with it. For the first time a large portion of the American public began asking for action against the industries and … Continue reading
Annie Leibovitz photo credit: devoncox In an appearance on NBC’s “Rock Center” the world famous phototgrapher Annie Leibovitz called her iPhone the “snapshot camera of today.” Leibovitz has been named “a living legend” for her photography by the Library of … Continue reading
Image copyright Norman Seeff/Time Magazine. Award-winning photographer Norman Seeff’s image of Apple founder and CEO Steve Jobs was recently featured on the cover of Time and on the back cover of the Walter Isaacson-penned biography “Steve Jobs”. It was also … Continue reading