Category: Photography

  • 30 Photoshop Techniques Every Photographer Should Know

    30 Photoshop Techniques Every Photographer Should Know
  • Flickr is Back! With a Design Overhaul and New Features

    Flickr is Back! With a Design Overhaul and New Features

    I guess it is fair to say that Flickr has been loosing ground lately. Numerous similar services have come on the market, with easier interfaces and even better service. So, in an effort to make Flickr “awesome again,” Yahoo unveiled today their new and re-imagined Flickr with a new design and new features. Some of the major […]

  • Explore the World’s Oldest Photography Museum via Google

    Explore the World’s Oldest Photography Museum via Google

    The George Eastman House is the first museum of photography to join the Google Art Project, a digital collection for works of art. Without leaving your couch, you can visit Google’s Art Project online and see more than 40,000 works of art from across the world. Now, the George Eastman House, which is the oldest museum of photography […]

  • Back to the Future

    Back to the Future

    While posting Bring Your Photography to Life about the talented photographer Tom Hussey and his award winning campaign with photographs of older people looking at the reflection of their younger self in a mirror, I remembered running across a similar project some place back in time. I remembered Irina Werning and her cool project called “Back to The Future”, which I thought I had posted earlier. […]

  • Bring Your Photography to Life

    Bring Your Photography to Life

    Commercial advertising photographer Tom Hussey photographed an award winning campaign for Novartis’ Exelon Patch, a prescription medicine for the treatment of mild to moderate Alzheimer’s dementia. The highly conceptual photographs depicted an older person looking at the reflection of their younger self in a mirror. “Sometimes we need photography to create a complex interplay between […]

  • Man Feed Swans

    Man Feed Swans

    “Sometimes it all just sort of comes together. Plan all you want, but most absolutely perfect moments tend to require a bit of serendipity, rather than choreography.” Joe Berkowitz writes over at Co.Create. It’s a comment to the  impressive “Man Feed Swans” photograph, captured by Marcin Ryczek. featuring a man feeding swans on a snowy bank in Krakow, […]

  • Life is like a camera…

    Life is like a camera…

    I found this picture (with a great quote) over at FilmmakingIQ and felt a need to re-share it with everyone. Life is like a camera.. Just focus on what’s important and capture the good times, develop from the negatives and if things don’t work out, just take another shot. – Unknown

  • Kjøpe nytt kamera?

    Kjøpe nytt kamera?

    Det nærmer seg jul og i år som så mange år før, vil det nok ligge mange flotte digitalkameraer under juletreet. Men det er ikke alle som vet hvilket kamera de skal kjøpe til seg eller «familien». Derfor har jeg tenk å gi deg noen fine råd til hva du skal se etter og fokusere […]

  • Free Photography Course

    Free Photography Course

    Marc Levoy’s Photography course @ Stanford University, is now freely available on the Stanford website. Everything from PowerPoint presentations and lectures to animations that explain some photography theory, and various photo-related tasks, can all be found on their website. Marc Levoy, is a professor of Computer Science at Stanford, whom in the late seventies developed […]

  • The Last Answer

    The Last Answer

    One of my favorite authors of all time, Isaac Asimov, is an American best known for his works of science fiction. Some years ago, I stumbled upon his two short stories “The Last Question” and “The Last Answer”. The first one being Asimov’s favorite short story written by himself. But they are both good stories, and it’s for me, difficult to point […]