Posts Tagged with: camera

Apr
06

360° Panorama Timelapse Of A Bike Cruise Is The Chillest Thing You’ll See All Day

posted on April 6th 2014 in Inspiration & Photography & Video with 0 Comments

360° Video using 6 GoPro Cameras – spherical panorama timelapse from j0n4s on Vimeo.

It’s just about bike cruising season, and German photographer Jonas Ginter is getting us stoked to hop on a ten-speed and coast all day with his awesome 360° timelapse video. The one-minute clip morphs a simple bike path into a panoramic, spherical world that makes the guy look as if he’s gliding on the very tip of a mini-planet. The hip-hop beats in the background only make this ride even more relaxed, man.

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Jan
09

The street in Madrid where 150 cameras are watching you

posted on January 9th 2014 in Arts & Inspiration & Photography & Sculpture & Social with 0 Comments

A street never had so many surveillance cameras pointed in one direction. This place has nothing special to do to deserve this attention. There is not a government building or a business center or a bank. It is a very normal street in the district of  Tetuan, in Madrid, where a few days ago were installed 150 cameras whose objectives aimed menacingly at anyone who passes by.

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Jun
20

Still on time to participate in the Tiger Camera 2013

posted on June 20th 2013 in Arts & Books & Inspiration & Photography with 0 Comments

If you are a fan of Tiger shops and photography, this post is for you.

This year’s photo book competition is about “Connection“. A total of 51 photos will be carefully selected by a Danish jury and published in Tiger Stories’ annual photo book. One photographer will win a safari trip to Africa for two, with a value of 4,700 euro. All you need to do is to upload 1-3 photos taken with any camera, with any size/filter/modification, give it a name and tell us the story.

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Apr
04

Introducing the Travelwide: an affordable, ultraportable large-format camera

posted on April 4th 2013 in Photography with 0 Comments

Many photographers want to give large format a shot, but carrying a massive 4×5 camera around with you isn’t always practical or realistic. Fortunately for those people, the folks of Wanderlust Cameras have hit Kickstarter with a new invention: the Travelwide 4×5. It’s an affordable, ultralight large-format camera that you can take with you anywhere.

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Mar
05

Canon developed a sensor that “sees” in the dark

posted on March 5th 2013 in Photography with 0 Comments

Photography in low light conditions is the workhorse of the brands today. While the photos in normal conditions are always great, when we’re in low light we have to refine the criteria and it is one of the situations when we can notice the capabilities of a good photographer. Now Canon has managed to make a sensor that captures so much light that seems to see in the dark.

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Oct
16

The Pinhole Experience

posted on October 16th 2012 in Photography with 0 Comments

I’ve just received a letter from a friend. Inside it I found a surprising gift: a picture we took when we were living in Iceland, at Reykjavík’s harbour, with a pinhole camera. That’s how I got to know this photography, and started to investigate how to make your own pinhole camera with common materials. Do you want to know what is the pinhole experience? And what about creating your own pinhole camera?

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