This week, I thought I should share the Youtube channel of the slo-mo guys; a couple of fellas with a decidedly destructive bent who like to film their shenanigans at stupidly high video frame rates.
Through the week, I tried Glynn’s suggestion of inverting the pixel data on a layer of a manually-stitched panorama.
I also came across yet another youtube video explaining the inverse square law, and I felt this guy did a pretty decent job of explaining it for anyone who needs a refresher.
Adam sent us the story of the Rescued Film Project, who recently received 31 rolls of UNDEVELOPED film shot by a World War 2 photographer!
Glynn is pretty excited about his new Velbon tripod.
Got a little dose of Trump-like narcissism going on? Maybe you’d like a 3D print of yourself!
Glynn is hoping to include the Pushkar camel fair in next year’s India trip. Here’s a teaser, if you’re undecided on whether or not you should go along.
Seagate has just release a whopping (by today’s standards, at least) 10TB desktop hard drive!
Canon has filed a patent for a 40-800 zoom lens. Whether it ever makes it to market shall remain to be seen.
Kennedy fans can pick up a little bit of history right now. Jackie Kennedy’s camera is currently up for auction on Ebay.
From the “Silly Ideas” bucket…
If you try hard enough, you can prove anything. Like this collection of “compositional templates” to help ‘improve’ your photography.
Last week it was Fibonacci templates.
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