“Film is saved!” – Or at least that’s what it seems when you see the results of the Save Analog Cameras campaign. In a previous article, I talked about the initiative of Juho from Cameraventures who wanted to draw a map of the Analog scene worldwide. The idea was to measure the global interest for Analog photography […]
Photoshop is full of shortcuts and tricks. Even professionals discover something new from time to time, and get surprised how come they didn’t know it before. Colin Smith from Photoshop Cafe shares seven tricks hidden in Photoshop’s interface, and some of them are hidden in a specific way: in plain sight. These features have been […]
NASA astronaut Jack Fischer tweeted this photograph from the International Space Station on June 3, 2017, writing, “Never had a corner office with a view, but I must admit, I like it… a lot! #SpaceRocks.” Fischer, a member of the 2009 astronaut class, has been living and working aboard the orbiting laboratory since April 20, […]
In the age of digital images, Spanish photographer Jacqueline Roberts goes over 160 years into the past. She uses a 19th-century photographic process to create hauntingly beautiful portraits of children. Her artwork is made by using wet plate collodion, the process introduced in 1851. So, her photos aren’t only tangible and immortal, but they also […]
It’s been a long time coming, but Affinity Photo has finally been released for the iPad. Mac users have had Affinity Photo for a good while now, and Windows users finally got their hands on it last year. And Affinity Photo for iPad uses the exact same backend as the desktop versions. But fully optimised […]
What surrounds the famous belt stars of Orion?
After the fantastic experience I had hosting my first Dog Photo Booth at Glens Falls Pet Fest in City Park, Glens Falls last year, I knew I had to return for the 2nd annual event. As simple as the concept may sound, hosting a photo booth (let alone one for dogs) involves a number of […]
The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, with the Dragon spacecraft onboard, launches from pad 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, Saturday, June 3, 2017.
On May 19, the Juno spacecraft once again swung by Jupiter in its
Billboards are often ignored. You can walk past a hundred of them in a day and not remember what a single one of them was promoting. We just kind of tune them out. This one in France, however, is a little difficult to ignore. Especially if you’re crossing the street when you’re not paying attention. […]