‘No Likes Yet’ Lets You Browse Through Instagram Photos That Have Gotten No Love
Gannon Burgett, petapixel.com

There’s a new website that aims to rid the world of ‘un-liked’ Instagram photos. It’s called No Likes Yet and although its name may sound slightly condescending, the goal of the website is anything but.When you visit the site you’ll be aske…

The iPhone is NOT for Photographers
Blair Bunting, petapixel.com

Part of understanding is the ability to admit when one is wrong. Here and now I need to admit that I was wrong.I have always been a big fan of Apple. It began as a child when I was brainwashed into loving the company by my parents. You see, my Mom…

Sadly, I do agree. I love my iphone, and shooting photos with. I love Instagram and the following that has been introduced to my work, but my iphone will never replace my real cameras. Not even in 20 years…

Window Silhouettes Play with the World Outside
Benjamin Starr, visualnews.com

Spanish street artist Pejac is no stranger to the art of the silhouette. Even when doing highly detailed paint work his pieces often incorporate some form of clever black and white figure or shape. One way he’s experimented with silhouettes…

Eric E. Anderson, esquareda.com

And I have a set in my hands…

The Ultimate Food Diary: Photographer Captures Every Single Thing He Eats for an Entire Year
Ellyn Ruddick-Sunstein, featureshoot.com

© William Rugen / Offset© William Rugen / OffsetFor Consumed, photographer William Rugen documented every single morsel of food he ate over the course of a year. In an impressive feat of patience and dedication, he amassed thousands of…

‘Gravity’ Takes Jumping Photography to Artistic New Heights, Captures the Joy of the Jump
Gannon Burgett, petapixel.com

Lithuanian-born photographer Tomas Januska quite literally leaped into his final project as a photography student at the University of East London. It’s called Gravity, and it’s a photo series that captures and freezes joyful men and women …

Artist Kevin Weir Creates Ghostly Animated GIFs Using Archival Photos from the Library of Congress
Christopher Jobson, thisiscolossal.com

Starting this month Verizon FiOS customers can get upload speeds every bit as fast as their download speeds. Since that means faster, easier sharing of high-res illustrations, designs, and photos, FiOS is sponsoring a series of posts on…

photojojo:

Canadian photographer Christopher Moloney has an ongoing art project that bridges cinema and photography in a nifty way.
Moloney matches up scenes from movies with their real-life, present day-locations.
Movie Scenes Matched Up With Photos of Their Real-Life Location
via SLR Lounge

Lovely idea: photojojo:

Canadian photographer Christopher Moloney has an ongoing art project that bridges cinema and photography in a nifty way.
Moloney matches up scenes from movies with their real-life, present day-locations.
Movie Scenes Matched Up With Photos of Their Real-Life Location
via SLR Lounge

Lovely idea:

photojojo:

Canadian photographer Christopher Moloney has an ongoing art project that bridges cinema and photography in a nifty way.

Moloney matches up scenes from movies with their real-life, present day-locations.

Movie Scenes Matched Up With Photos of Their Real-Life Location

via SLR Lounge

Lovely idea:

Get Hyper: Instagram’s New App Hyperlapse Steadies Time Lapse
Gregory Han, design-milk.com

Well, how’s that for timing? Microsoft just demoed a video showcasing the progress of their buttery smooth stabilization technology at SIGGRAPH, and yesterday morning Instagram surprises with the announcement of Hyperlapse, a standalone app…

I’ve not yet tried the app, but it looks promising:

Awesome Time-Lapse Car Commercial Takes You on a Journey Through Tasmania
DL Cade, petapixel.com

Australian car company Holden recently made a wise choice: they gave photographer Nathan Kaso and director Timothy Melville a couple of cars and set them loose on a 1,200-mile trek around Tasmania. What resulted was the fantastic time-lapse…

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