These are the DSLR clueless – all the gear and no idea.
In Singapore, it is a common practice for entire families to gather on special occasions for a formal picture, often at a studio, with the resulting image framed and prominently displayed at home. The growing tendency of younger family members to take jobs abroad, however, has left many modern portraits missing a relation or two. So the Singaporean photographer John Clang devised a solution, piggybacking on the video-calling technology that already helps ease the dislocation of separated family members
Pixelated animation on the history of cameras
The disposable cardboard camera that we once used to know, is back. Smaller form. USB-Pluggable. Still cardboard.
Clever move by IKEA, as they’ll most likely sell a truckload of these (imagine taking these to a festival, or giving one to your kids).
Hipstamatic is set to unveil a partnership with Instagram that allows photos taken on the camera app, which enables users to snap professional-looking pictures with stylized films and vintage-era lenses, to be ported directly into Instagram’s network with just one click.
When capturing photos in a busy area, like a public square or a concert for example, it is often difficult to get a clean shot without unwanted objects entering the frame. Now you can capture the shot anyway, and simply let the camera remove the people for you!
Analog makes it easy to apply stunning filters and borders to your photos. There’s tonnes of stylish filters included, and easy sharing to Flickr, Facebook, Picasa and CloudApp.
Basically: Instagram for Mac.
Speaking of Instagram: The filters in Instagram 2.0 differ quite a lot from the ones in version 1.0 🙁