Month: November 2012

  • 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 […]

  • My new Tottenham Logo

    I’m working on a new Logo/Mascot for my Tottenham-fan page, and I was wondering if you would be so kind and give me some feedback of the design. It’s inspired by the Club badge, the cockerel logo. But I’m trying to keep it significantly different for copyright reasons. Since the 1901 FA Cup final the […]

  • Short Film ‘Birthday’

    Ryan Koo over at NoFilmSchool made me aware of the great and moving short film by Pietro Malegori, ‘Birthday’. The filmmaker him self, describes the film like this: When we lose someone, a part of us dies. The other part hardly comes back. A man and a woman, once parents are mourning the death of their son. […]

  • New item on my wish list: Sony announces F5 & F55 4K cameras

    Ok, it’s far out of my reality, but one should be allowed to dream. The other day, Sony announced it’s F5 & F55 4K cameras, plus an update for the F65. And once again, a camera popped up on my ever growing gear wish list. It is almost daunting to see how fast the technology and the market is changing  and in some ways, […]

  • 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 […]

  • What’s hot in travel for 2013?

    Lonely Planet’s team of travel experts, authors, commissioning editors and selected members of our travel community have been banging heads hard to find the answer. After months of ferocious, even feverish debate – and way, way too much coffee and cake – we’ve settled on our top 10 countries, top 10 cities, top 10 regions and best places to get […]