“Crowded Fields” – The Brilliant and Absurd Time-Lapse Photography of Pelle Cass

I like these photos by Pelle Cass, in which he composes several of the same shots on top of each-other. The contrast between the crowded fields (the name of this series) and the empty stands make this great. Booooooom: The Brilliant and Absurd Time-Lapse Photography of Pelle Cass →Pelle Cass: Crowded Fields →

The Potential Future of Selfie Photography

Adobe Research: What happens when we tap into the power of artificial intelligence and deep learning to transform bad portrait shots into good ones – all on a smartphone? By combining perspective effect editing, automatic, software-only photo masking, and photo style transfer technology, we’re able to transform a typical selfie into a flattering portrait with […]

Upload directly from Lightroom to Instagram with LR/Instagram

LR/Instagram is an unofficial publish plugin for Lightroom, allowing you to post photos directly to your Instagram account. Simply install the plugin, add new service in Lightroom Publishing Manager and authenticate with your Instagram account. LR/Instagram – Lightroom Publish Plugin for Instagram →

TomTom Bandit Underwater Scene Mode

Being a diver myself (certified PADI Master Scuba Diver), this looks awesome: The latest TomTom Bandit camera update now automatically provides colour correction while filming in the water up to a depth of 15 m without the need for any additional accessories. View the difference! By the looks of it, mainly the white balance is […]

A Computational Approach for Obstruction-Free Photography

We present a unified computational approach for taking photos through reflecting or occluding elements such as windows and fences. Rather than capturing a single image, we instruct the user to take a short image sequence while slightly moving the camera. Differences that often exist in the relative position of the background and the obstructing elements […]

Vemödalen

Vemödalen – n. the frustration of photographing something amazing when thousands of identical photos already exist —the same sunset, the same waterfall, the same curve of a hip, the same closeup of an eye — which can turn a unique subject into something hollow and pulpy and cheap, like a mass-produced piece of furniture you […]