Ever since the iPhone camera was invented, it’s aspired to be what it simply never quite could be: a DSLR. Sure, apps have helped your camera phone inch forward with simulated focusing and faux filters. Faux no more. The iPhone SLR Mount gives you the real thing.
This case-adapter combo lets you mount your Canon EOS or Nikon SLR lenses to your iPhone 4 giving your phone powerful depth of field and manual focus– for $249.
His photos are moving very quickly– I’m told the supermarket series (shown at top) are already sold out.
The Wall Street Journal has a story about Liu’s upcoming exhibition.
Take a picture of a picture from the past in the present. It’s Dear Photograph– and it’s totally beautiful.
Abandoned buildings have always fascinated me. And Detroit has a pretty good share of them to check out. Simultaneously sad and extraordinary. These photos are by Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre from their photo-series The Ruins of Detroit here.
The photo-series The Ruins of Detroit by French photographers Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre dramatically captures the haunting and spectacular beauty of a once great American city. The photographs highlight the height of Detroit’s rise in the early 20th Century, and the depth of its decline in the 21st.
The photographs depict abandoned buildings such as the formerly opulent United Artists Theatre and the East Side Public Library. Individually these photographs are striking works of art. Together they create a powerful and disturbing portrait of American decline, urban decay, and loss.
Via Format Magazine
What is the last thing you would like to eat before taking that terminal trip into the beyond? Most of us probably won’t have to ponder the answer to this question, but there is a select group of folks who do. In some sort of attempt to humanize capital punishment, the American prison system offers those sentenced to death something called a last meal. James Reynolds shows us that when death is looming, each palate craves something unique. “Last Suppers” is a series of photographs depicting recreations of some of these. Something to make you think: what would you want?
We’ve got a few Eye-Fi Wireless Photo and Video Memory cards to giveaway from our friends at Photojojo- they find the best photo shiz anywhere. If you’re unfamiliar, the bad ass Eye-Fi SD Memory cards allow you to wirelessly upload photos and video from your camera to your computer, transfer the images from remote locations right to file sharing sites, and geo-tag your images on the spot. We love them.
So, for the giveaway I’ve decided to try a Retweet (RT) contest on Twitter. Tweet the following and I’ll choose a winner randomly next week: RT Contest: I Want an Eye-Fi Video!Â http://su.pr/16MBDtÂ #joshspear