Posts Tagged: "Photography"

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Low-Budget Bullet-Time Rig Take Beautiful, Flawed Footage (Video)

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Slow motion, and bullet-time, are actually useful scientific tools. While we know them mostly as dramatic cinematography, the ideas and concepts are great for scientific analysis. Also, it looks cool, which is why a NASA engineer and his buddy built a low-budget version for an expensive camera. Visual Acuity Here’s...

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Foldio: A Product Photograph Studio In Your Pocket

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Taking clear, sharp photos of tiny objects can be an exercise in frustration, especially if all you have is a cameraphone. Foldio, though, manages to solve this problems with the Internet’s favorite solutions: LEDs and magnets. Tiny Products, Tiny Studio Here’s the problem, in a nutshell; taking photos of small...

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LEGO Star Wars Photography Series Is Mind Blowing

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Star Wars and LEGO are always two things that are meant to go together and photographer Avanaut (born Vesa Lehtimaki) has created a mind blowing photography series of the two! The very talented and creative photographer has recreated some of the most iconic scenes and custom creations from the Star...

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Nokia Will Have The First Smartphone That Shoots RAW

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Nokia has, of late, invested a lot of time and energy into the cameras on its phones. We’ve all seen the ad where people get clotheslined at a school play talking about its lens and zoom features. But Nokia is really doubling down, according to rumor, and going RAW. RAW...

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Google+ Now Has Manual Photo Editing Tools

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It’s a common joke: Hey, remember Google+? Google has made it a technically popular social network by, de facto, forcing everyone to enroll in it. But if you haven’t been on it in a while, or ever, Google is working hard to ensure you eventually use it. The latest addition?...

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Luxi Turns Your iPhone Into A Light Meter

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Any respectable photographer owns and uses an incident light meter. An incident light meter generally tells you exactly how much light is actually falling on your subject in a given shot, so if you’re looking to capture a specific effect, you’ll be able to know if you’ve got the right...

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This Photo Of Tokyo Is Zoomable To A Shocking Degree

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Take a look at that photo above. Seems pretty standard, right? Well, zoom in. And keep zooming. There’s an incredible degree of detail at work, and you won’t start appreciating it until you realize this camera captured not just a city but its people in exacting degree. The photo is...