Instructables has a Camera Zip-lock tip; I tried it at Taido Camp, but didn’t think much of it. It made the camera very tough to hold, and the perspiration on my hands made the plastic slippery. I wanted it to work for me; I’ll just have to be careful in sandy environments.
Photos de Paris, ville lumiÃ¨re “Photos of Pairs, City of Light” – high-resolution 360Âº panorama images of Paris at night. They’re only just beautiful. I want to go.
New photos up top: the fountains at the Bellagio, dancing to Copland’s Fanfare for the Common Man, an excellent introduction; and the gondolas outside the Venezia. [Update: Nah. Got up this morning and didn’t like those. I’ll find uses for those and other images from Las Vegas, but I like these from Grand Canyon: three …
Found via Bill Bumgarner: PhotoFiltre, a shareware image editor; no time to look at it now (ought not to be blogging her from work, but had to put it somewhere and didn’t think it was right for DV4T.
bbumâ€™s weblog-o-mat Â» Blog Archive Â» Nature Photography Good advice.
Two Designers walk into a bar (A.K.A. Contrast Masking) | creativebits Two designers walk into a bar and sit down with their Powerbooks. One designer says to the other, “How much you want to bet I can correct the highlight and shadow of this image without using any adjustment tools or filters directly on the …
Many things happened; much food was eaten; many many photos were taken. Best experience: mule ride down the canyon on a snowy morning. Apparently it’s tough to get a spot, but as it was February, we signed up on Sunday and rode on Monday. Unforgettable.
Our Valentine’s Day gift to each other, just a few days before we go to Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon. I’ve borrowed used a Nikon D70 at work several times, and it’s a sweet camera. We had long talked about wanting a new camera, one that was more responsive than the usual point and …
So I changed the photos – the top is Jekyll Island, Georgia, about two and a half years ago, and the little pic is some flowers in a planter at Seaside, Florida. Thinking about warm weather!
Pro Blogger Jason Kottke compiled a list of his best links of 2005. Jason finds and links to things that constantly open my eyes and continue to show why the web is such a great place. I’ve been saving many of these as PDFs to read on the train to work.