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Category Archives: PHOTOGRAPHY


Time traveling photographer adds herself into her childhood pictures

David Smothers January 13, 2014

Genius. Photographer Chino Otsuka has discovered the art of time travel. Instead of exploiting a whole in the Space-time continuum to time travel, she simply digitally spliced her adult self into old photographs from her childhood. That way it looked like adult version of Otsuka was meeting child version of Otsuka. So clever. Otsuka explains… Continue Reading »


Photographer Captures the ISS Looking Like the USS Enterprise

David Smothers June 20, 2013

Dumitrana, Romania-based astrophotographer Maximilian Teodorescu recently got his hands on an 1800mm f/12 Maksutov telescope and decided to put it through its paces this past weekend. He decided to test out the imaging quality by using it to photograph the International Space Station passing in front of the moon in broad daylight. The beautiful photograph… Continue Reading »


Eye-Fi Mobi Sends Photos to Your Phone, No Internet Connection Required

David Smothers June 3, 2013

Eye-Fi cards have been around since 2006 as a way to wirelessly transmit your digital camera photos to your computer or mobile device. The catch was that you had to connect to a Wi-Fi network before in order to do so. Not so with the new Eye-Fi Mobi. The new Mobi cards will let you… Continue Reading »


This Tiny Telescope Will Be The First Moon-Mounted Webcam

David Smothers May 29, 2013

Ever since humans looked up, we’ve been obsessed with gazing deep into the seemingly infinite cosmos. We’ve got plenty of telescopes both on Earth and floating around it that are staring out into the abyss, but the ILO-X is going to be perched on the moon. And you’ll be able to use it right from your… Continue Reading »


This Simple Device Makes Glorious Timelapses Easy—Even at Night

David Smothers May 13, 2013

If the term intervalometer leaves you scratching your head, but you have the perfect idea for the next viral timelapse video, Brinno’s here to help. The company’s new TLC200 Pro makes creating timelapses as easy as using a point-and-shoot camera. And thanks to a relatively large, extra-sensitive 1/3-inch sensor, it will capture beautiful results even… Continue Reading »


Radical New Image Sensor Turns your Entire Display Into a Digital Camera

David Smothers February 22, 2013

Researchers at the Johannes Kepler University in Linz, Austria have developed anew kind of image sensor that could one day revolutionize the form factor of digital cameras. Instead of a postage stamp-sized digital eye, the sensor is a flat, flexible, transparent plastic sheet that could be invisibly overlayed on displays, or just used as is. But how does… Continue Reading »


Nikon D7100: A Loaded Intermediate DSLR Might Be Just Right

David Smothers February 20, 2013

Over the last year, Nikon has refreshed Its two bottom DSLRs, and the new D7200 is the latest to get a bump. It’s the last in line before you move up to a professional full-frame camera, an it comes loaded with a lot of hand-me-down tech from that line, which might make spending extra cash… Continue Reading »


Leaked Images Show Off Sony’s New Advanced Amateur Camera Arsenal

David Smothers February 18, 2013

These leaked press images, purportedly direct from Sony, show off two of the company’s hopes for luring in advanced amateurs—with entry-level interchangeable lens cameras. Snagged by Digicam Info, the images show off two purported new cameras. On the left is the Alpha A58, packing ergonomic tweaks, a new 18-55mm, f/3.5-5.6 II kit lens and—if rumors… Continue Reading »


A Basic Introduction to Choosing Camera Lenses

David Smothers February 18, 2013

When you’re starting out in photography, with your shiny new DSLR, the world of lenses can be complex and scary place: prime this, wide angle that, and what the hell is focal length anyway? Don’t worry! This video should have you covered. If you can get over the fact that it’s sponsored by Pentax—so, surprise,… Continue Reading »


Is This the Secret U.S. Drone Base in Saudi Arabia?

David Smothers February 8, 2013

These satellite images show a remote airstrip deep in the desert of Saudi Arabia. It may or may not be the secret U.S. drone base revealed by reporters earlier this week. But the base’s hangars bear a remarkable resemblance to similar structures found on other American drone outposts. And its remote location — dozens of… Continue Reading »

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