Consistently in-focus selfies? Count me in.
Articles tagged "photography"
All it means is that now I've got yet another new interface to figure out.
For all the legal questions surrounding the use of drones, the legality of their use for photography and surveillance has the most direct effect on American citizens.
Filmmaker Sebastian Junger On the Fearless Photojournalist.
It lends wonderful insight into the humanizing aspect of photography.
Even if you don't give two figs about the welfare of animals, if you care about civil liberties and free expression, this is outrageous stuff.
Kevin Russ’ job is to travel the country and take iPhone photos. Are you jealous yet?
"I haven’t taken a photograph in a very, very long time."
If you were a factory farmer who was really okay with the current state of affairs, you'd willingly let regular documentation happen
Let's just hope it doesn't set precedent.
Most of us will never go into space, but here's this.
I wish I could say "Hurricane Sandy developed this guy's film," or some such punched-up header, but as whimsically dream-like as these images are, that likely isn't the case.
I doubt the film chemists who'd figured out how to replicate color expected it'd be used for propaganda so quickly.
Vine continues to be billed as the Instagram of video, which isn’t an apt comparison.
Apparently it comes out looking a lot like the Universe.
Sadness is selling nostalgia for a ditched product.
The issue with Instagram's ToS change isn't so much of one of privacy, but of ownership.
Instagram's new Terms of Service agreement is a middle finger to users, so give the middle finger back.
Apple and Google continue their patent warring by feeding off the carcass of Kodak.
Forget the spray-decay of trillions upon trillions of subatomic particle collisions. Turns out all of physics is a chaotic, entangling, beautiful mess--especially one of its most rudimentary mainstays: the drawing board.