Hey there! Nope – I’m not a paid reviewer, but yes some of these folks are friends with great products! These are my picks for gifts under $50 for the photo geek or photo lover in your life. Feel free to forward me your favs to check out too. -Erika Tintype Portrait of Your Loved… Read More Six Holiday Gifts for Photo Geeks Under $69
In October 2008 The Impossible Project saved the last Polaroid production plant for Integral Instant film in Enschede (NL) and started to re-invent and re-produce a new instant film for traditional Polaroid Cameras. At the Recontre d’Arles, Photography Festival in Arles, France I saw an exposition of photographers who have been testing the project since… Read More Impossible to Forget
more about “What’s New in Lightroom 3 Beta 2“, posted with vodpod I think a lot of users will be particularly pleased with the less “buggy” nature of this version as well as the ability (finally) to better control the placement of watermarks in all output modules.
Thanks to Stephen Chalmers for posting this. Flickr has has come up with a clever way to show the changing colors of the year using a circle of color bands. The color streams widen and narrow as their distribution changes throughout the year.
Gray Area Foundation for the Arts (GAFFTA) is a San Francisco-based nonprofit dedicated to building social consciousness through digital culture. Guided by the principles of openness, collaboration, and resource sharing, our programs promote creativity at the intersection of art, design, sound, and technology. By making digital culture accessible, substantive and inspiring, we aim to help… Read More Spotlight: Gray Area Foundation for the Arts (GAFFTA)
ON VIEW: Gallery 291, 291 Geary Street, SF, CA: Mary Frey, Imagining Fauna: & Michael Garlington, Photocar: September 10 – October 31, 2009 Invented in 1851, the wet plate collodion photographic process produced a glass negative and a beautifully detailed print. Preferred for the quality of the prints and the ease with which they… Read More Old Photography Techniques Made New