Just looking up an old camera my father gave me when I was in high school. It was ancient even then. Zeiss Ikon is a German company that was formed in 1926 by the merger of four camera makers (Contessa-Nettel, Ernemann, Goerz and Ica), and an infusion of capital by Zeiss The company formed one part of the Carl Zeiss Foundation, another part being the optical company Carl Zeiss. Logically, most of the Zeiss Ikon cameras […]
I think to myself: It’d be great if I had more pictures on the blog. (5 minutes passes) I think to myself: Oh, I’d better get out the camera again.
I love taking pictures with ridiculous settings on the iPhone… These are done using Hipstamatic. And I have no idea who that guy at the table is. Related Articles Hipstamatic Review (brighthub.com) Five iPhone apps to make your photos stand out (en.onsoftware.com)
The camera doesn’t make a bit of difference. All of them can record what you are seeing. But, you have to SEE. — Ernst Haas via Photography Quick Tip 3 ~ the Rule of Thirds in Composition « Everything Neat.
A few more photos from my attempts at Lomography last night. It can be interesting trying to control an iPhone camera while walking a few dogs… Related articles by Zemanta Lomographic Amigos Program (coolhunting.com) How To Take Great Action Photos With Your iPhone 3GS (cultofmac.com)
Took a walk early in the evening with Buck and the dogs, all the while experimenting with this new LOMOgraphy picture app from iTunes. The idea of LOMO: take your camera everywhere, take pictures constantly. The original LOMO camera was/is a cheap generic camera from (I believe) Russia. It still has quite the following, in photography nerd circles. Their Ten Golden Rules are as good a philosophy for photography that I have ever seen. Here’s […]