Google Street View images have been made into books and found their way onto gallery walls. While looking at an iPod Touch in an Apple Store I discovered the image above. I discovered artist Irby Pace already curated images abandoned on devices at Apple stores.
So says the Associated Press. When does something become a trend?
For a while now I’ve been looking for the digital Holga. I purchased a $10 digital camera at Wal Greens. That didn’t give me what I was looking for. The camera came close image-wise, but the camera needs a PC to download and it only holds 20 images. Impractical for any real day shooting. Enter […]
The Canon folks has this little display sitting out during the winter sale at Dodd’s in Cleveland. I plopped down a dime to get a sense of scale.
My favorite Rome photo for the day, taken at Trevi Fountain with the Lumix LX3. The LX3 can capture in 16:9, 3:2 or 4:3. The 16:9 mode is addictive. Click image for slightly larger version. Another fun mode to experiment with on the LX3 is “pinhole” mode. Below are two images from the Pantheon shot […]
We upgraded our TV recently from a 26″ tube to a 32″ LCD. We had to swap out our regular Time Warner DVR to a HDDVR. It turns out the Scientific Atlantic 8300HDC box has software that is quite buggy. I had read this online as I struggled to set up the DVR with the […]
A few more from the Vivitar Mini Digital
I’ve been thinking again about destructionist photography and the randomness of the Holga. I’m always amazed by Michal Daniels’ work, made with the camera mounted on a Palm Pilot organizer. His site, 640×480.net, is like a raw nerve. There is something about those images that are so less than technically perfect, but done so with […]