Light pollution in and near cities is the bane of many a night sky photographer. Getting well away from all that bright light is the key. Dark Sky Finder is a useful web based app which makes finding those sweet spots easier.
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There are plenty of photo sharing sites but Ubersnap offers something different. This social media site allows users to share photos with music. Users upload their pictures and pair it with just the right sort of music from Ubersnap’s collection to set the mood for the image. The melodic pairing provides a greater emotional depth to the photograph. There are options to purchase music tracks, too.
Maskull Lassere is a Canadian artist with a wonderful flair for the unexpected. He came up with “recarvings” an interesting creative adventure into imagining what wooden souvenirs might really look like inside. He conjured up imaginary wooden skeletons on one half of each souvenir, leaving the other half as depicted by the artisans themselves.
Nixie is an incredible prototype camera which is both flyable and wearable. It was one of the finalists for Intel’s Make It Wearable Challenge. It’s a bold vision for the future where photographs and video films can be captured literally on the fly as the wearable drone, much like a trained falcon, can be sent into the air for unique and seamless perspectives.
Camu is a new photo editing app for iPhones with a collection of fun features making it different from the others. In many ways, the app makes the typical and popular photography processes simpler. For example choosing its great filters requires sideways swiping and the intensity of the filter is adjusted with up and down swiping.
2014 begins the 4 year commemoration of World War I – the war that was supposed to end all wars. However, it was not to be. War has been very much a part of human history. Photographer Thom Atkinson‘s incredible still life series Soldiers’ Inventories surveys British military kits from the Norman conquest of 1066 to the present day conflicts in Afghanistan – a span of nearly a thousand years.