Thomas Hawk, famous professional photographer, along with his buddies Trey Ratcliff and Robert Scoble, has teamed up with Google+ to organize the biggest Photowalk in the history. The event is scheduled for next Tuesday, May 14th, in San Francisco. There’s … .
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The world is changing and is slowly moving towards a technology-packed generation where man and machine will stay united forever, with unbreakable bonds of reliance of the former on the latter! The recent proof of that fact was the announcement … .
Photography is on the brink of one major upgrade. The usual, wonderful and memorable images that have for ages kept moments alive will soon be replaced with the magic of 3D shooting. Enter, the Lynx A camera, touted to be … .
Polaroid will be on their top game after a while when they set out lifting shutters on sparkling new stores that show off smartphone photography. Based on its based on its Fotobar service, which lets users upload, enhance, and print … .
Keeping in line with the many rewarding captures of avante garde photography that have earned him his mighty name among concept shutterbugs, Frieke Janssens has gone on to raise even more eyebrows. He has now conceptualised the art of clicking … .
When capturing a crowd of people it’s obvious to get them in a natural pose, but try taking a single individual’s photograph and you will quickly learn on how unnatural your photograph will appear. This is because no matter how … .
The New England Journal of Medicine has published an image that shows a man coughing which was created by Schlieren photography. Schlieren photography involves shining collimated light past a knife edge onto a target, and variations in the refractive index … .
Although this technology is just a day old, the amount of spam companies lining up to buy the technology will rise by the dozen every minute. The name ‘Image Fulgurator’ comes from the Latin for ‘lightning’ (fulgur) and means ‘Flash … .
Using simple gif animation trickery Joshua Heineman has been adding an extra dimensions to old pictures from the New York Public Library. Pictured above is a Cassiano indian at San Antonio Mission, said to be 136 years old, circa 1880. … .
The above pictures are a result of some brilliant slow motion photography. (More images after the jump)