It's not going to win any image quality contest, but it's a clever idea that doesn't take itself too seriously.
Articles tagged "digital"
Jun 26, 2019 at 14:10
Joshua Gross has meticulously rebuilt an old Polaroid SX-70 and turned it into a digital camera with the help of a Raspberry Pi computer, a fisheye lens, a little bit of wiring and a sizable chunk of programming.
Mar 22, 2019 at 17:46
From the detailed textures in rural landscapes to the incredible lighting inside futuristic buildings, the photorealism of Unreal Engine 4 is blurring the lines between fiction and reality...you know...aside from the spaceship.
Oct 10, 2017 at 14:35
Yashica's interesting new Y35 retro-camera uses digital "film" cartridges to adjust ISO, color and filter settings.
We've just posted the first in what we hope will be an ongoing series of short videos aimed at the novice photographer. In this first segment our hosts Jordan and Mark compare the results from a smartphone and an entry-level digital SLR in everyday shooting conditions such as low light, moving subjects and the challenge of capturing a flattering informal portrait. In future spots we'll be covering more practical shooting advice and diving into creative techniques in an effort to help beginners choose the right gear. Click on the thumbnail to watch the video.
Apr 3, 2013 at 19:12
Celebrated American photographer William Eggleston won a legal victory when a US District Court judge dismissed a claim of fraudulent and negligent misrepresentation brought by collector Jonathan Sobel. Sobel, an avid Eggleston collector, argued that by creating a new set of large format inkjet prints beyond the 30-year old dye transfer print limited edition of the same image, Eggleston was diluting the value of the earlier prints, one of which Sobel owned. Read on for more details. (via ARTINFO)
Jul 9, 2012 at 02:11
You may have seen the picture of zebras being used to demonstrate the incredible quality of Apple‘s new MacBook Pro Retina display. Here is the story behind the making of the picture as told by the photographer, Steve Bloom.
Dec 15, 2011 at 23:10
Promising the convenience of a compact combined with the quality and versatility of an SLR, the new breed of 'mirrorless' compact system cameras have been gaining in popularity since the the first Micro Four Thirds model in 2008. Use this primer to find out if a mirrorless camera is right for you.
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