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I would totally buy one of these.
It doesn’t sound like they’ll be sold (they were giveaways at a show in Milan), but there’s always eBay.

I would totally buy one of these.

It doesn’t sound like they’ll be sold (they were giveaways at a show in Milan), but there’s always eBay.

Filed under photography IKEA

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photojojo:

Does this make you as starry-eyed as it does us?
Photo by mijonju

Just about.  It’s a funny thing, nowadays I would be torn between seeing a vintage Graflex flash handle as the basis for a rad lightsaber, and seeing it as a beautiful piece of photographic history.
To have such a problem!

photojojo:

Does this make you as starry-eyed as it does us?

Photo by mijonju

Just about.  It’s a funny thing, nowadays I would be torn between seeing a vintage Graflex flash handle as the basis for a rad lightsaber, and seeing it as a beautiful piece of photographic history.

To have such a problem!

Filed under photography vintage

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photojojo:

Check out our DIY Twin Lens Camera Kit in all its DIY glory!

Tiffany made this neato stop-motion of her building the camera.

I really want to pick one of these things up.  They’re so cheap, too!

(Source: taffymanhip)

Filed under retro photography want

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photojojo:

Of this well-known photograph of sunlight streaming into New York’s Grand Central Station as commuters make their way across the concourse, Stalman says:

The lesson is that this is something you can see anywhere — when you wake up in the morning, or walking down a hallway in a museum, or just working in a backyard shed. Everything that the light is hitting here is being lit up. So you don’t always have to think of your subject as being lit. Sometimes the light itself can be the subject. After all, none of the people here are doing much at all, they’re kind of just acting as background. It’s all about the light, the light, the light.

Photo tip #2: Light Can Be Your Subject, Not Just a Tool
This post is by LIFE as part of Photojojo’s Show & Tell Week.

Wellllll, technically it’s dust particles floating through the air that are the subject here.  But that’s not the point, is it?
More importantly… I’LL BE THERE IN A WEEK!  I can’t wait!

photojojo:

Of this well-known photograph of sunlight streaming into New York’s Grand Central Station as commuters make their way across the concourse, Stalman says:

The lesson is that this is something you can see anywhere — when you wake up in the morning, or walking down a hallway in a museum, or just working in a backyard shed. Everything that the light is hitting here is being lit up. So you don’t always have to think of your subject as being lit. Sometimes the light itself can be the subject. After all, none of the people here are doing much at all, they’re kind of just acting as background. It’s all about the light, the light, the light.

Photo tip #2: Light Can Be Your Subject, Not Just a Tool

This post is by LIFE as part of Photojojo’s Show & Tell Week.

Wellllll, technically it’s dust particles floating through the air that are the subject here.  But that’s not the point, is it?

More importantly… I’LL BE THERE IN A WEEK!  I can’t wait!

Filed under photography diy tips black and white

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photojojo:

This photo was made to be seen with 3-D glasses, but we think it looks pretty rad as it is!
(3D Giraffes by Eric Lafforgue on Flickr)

Cute, but it’s apparent this was composited after the fact, because the plane of the ground angles the wrong way!  The horizon appears to be near, and the edge at the bottom of the photo is far away.  Also, the clouds appear to be on a flat plane “ceiling,” without any verticality to them, and the giraffes are not 3-D at all.

photojojo:

This photo was made to be seen with 3-D glasses, but we think it looks pretty rad as it is!

(3D Giraffes by Eric Lafforgue on Flickr)

Cute, but it’s apparent this was composited after the fact, because the plane of the ground angles the wrong way!  The horizon appears to be near, and the edge at the bottom of the photo is far away.  Also, the clouds appear to be on a flat plane “ceiling,” without any verticality to them, and the giraffes are not 3-D at all.

Filed under photography landscape 3d diy animals

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photojojo:

Pentax announced the Q today, making it the world’s smallest interchangeable lens digital camera.
The sensor isn’t as big as a micro four thirds camera, but you still get to play with lenses.
Pentax Q = World’s Smallest Interchangeable Lens Digi Camera
p.s. Photojojo’s hiring!!! Both in & outside of SF. Web developers, photographer, store buyer, and freelance writers.

Definitely want!  Hipstamatic got me hooked on playing with different lenses, though I know it’s not the same, and real lenses are not $.99 a pop.

photojojo:

Pentax announced the Q today, making it the world’s smallest interchangeable lens digital camera.

The sensor isn’t as big as a micro four thirds camera, but you still get to play with lenses.

Pentax Q = World’s Smallest Interchangeable Lens Digi Camera

p.s. Photojojo’s hiring!!! Both in & outside of SF. Web developers, photographer, store buyer, and freelance writers.

Definitely want!  Hipstamatic got me hooked on playing with different lenses, though I know it’s not the same, and real lenses are not $.99 a pop.

Filed under photography want