Made from billet aluminum, the LockCircle is expensive enough to make you keep better track of that elusive body cap. It is gorgeous and does appear to be more ergonomic with some actual surface to grip at the expense of a little added bulk.
Check out this cleverly done stop-motion video at Vimeo created over 11,000 square feet of beach with a Nokia N8.
This four minutes of photo gear rolled and tumbled throughout several rooms is pretty cool. The camera geek in me tried to identify each component of the creation.
I had fun photographing this little guy. I have not had time to research and identify him yet, but I thought it was cool and wanted to share.
I used my Canon SD 770 IS which is a great pocketable point and shoot. Even so it mostly resides in my pack. I used its macro mode and adjusted the exposure compensation. The subject was fairly patient not moving too much. Good thing because it took a few tries to get the eyes in focus challenged by me hand-holding it and the bug's slight motions.
Check out this 50 second stop motion animation by our own talented Juli Leonard. Juli used over 500 images to create the prelude to spring fashion coverage coming March 17.
Get it while you can because PhotoGoo has been discounted to free for an undisclosed limited time. You use your fingers to distort images. Well I guess you could use other body parts, but I think your fingers would be easiest. It seems like the sort of app you'd get and use for a while and forget, but I've found apps like these are a lot of fun for kids when you a desperate for a 'kidstracting' device.
An image by Gerald Donovan is now recognized as the worlds largest digital photo at 45-giagapxels. Note that is gigapixels, not megapixels, a resolution that could cover nearly 1,200 billboards if printed.
The interactive image could be the most amazing thing you see all week.
Most of you are so close to the start of your weekend. Here is a beautiful time lapse to get you in the right frame of mind.
Camera enthusiasts have been eyeing Canon's new Rebel T2i as a formidable budget alternative to the EOS 7D.