Posts Tagged ‘cute’

Print Your Photos onto a Hair Ribbon

Inkodye sells a line of light sensitive textile dyes that you can use to print photos onto fabrics. An example is this photo-printed hair ribbon, created using some white silk ribbon and Inkodye Violet. Check out the tutorial over at Upcraft.it to learn how to make your own.

Photo-printed Hair Ribbon (via Craftzine via Neatorama)

GoPro Helmet Camera Shows What Being Two Looks Like

Reddit user rocketchef strapped a GoPro video camera to a bike helmet and had their two-year-old daughter wear it during a trip to the playground. The resulting footage is a fun look at what the world looks like to a two-year-old.
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How to Photograph a Super Happy Dog

Wanna know how to capture a wide-eyed and wide-mouthed photo of your dog? It’s easy! First, set up your camera on a tripod and point it at your dog. Then, simply throw it some tasty treats with one hand while snapping photographs with the other. There are all kind of expressions you might capture using this technique, but this one by Andrea Sillem is pretty priceless.

Also, be sure to check out Carli Davidson’s photos of dog’s shaking off water if you haven’t already.

(via Reddit)


Image credit: Photograph by Andrea Sillem and used with permission

A New Nikon Ambassador Is Born

Here’s a fun and cute baby picture idea for photo enthusiast parents. Nikon should drop Kutcher and hire this little guy as its new ambassador. The brand would skyrocket in popularity with the baby demographic.

Hope y’all are having an awesome weekend. Regularly scheduled programming resumes tomorrow.


Image credit: Photo by  Bryan aka Numnumball ~** and used with permission

Digital Photos Turned into View-Master Wedding Invitations

New York-based design consultancy Mélangerie helps customers make custom View-Master wedding invitations that display photos in full-color Kodachrome. All they need are 7 high-res photos and a short snippet of text for each one. They’re pretty pricey though: 100 invites will set you back $3450.

Melangerie on Etsy (via OhGizmo! via Laughing Squid)

Deliciously Colorful Film Camera Cookies

As far as camera cookies go, these colorful cookies by sweets shop manjar are top notch.
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Small Portuguese Village Made Tiny Through Tilt-shift Time-lapse

Some photographers try to make miniatures look like the real world, while others aim to make the real world look like a miniature. “The Village” is a charming portrait of a tiny Portuguese town, made to look like a miniature via tilt-shift and time-lapse.

The Village (via Laughing Squid)

A Tiny Photo Album for Your Keychain

Here’s a fun weekend project: create a tiny keychain photo album with your favorite photos! Simply print out your photographs as little circles on photo paper or card stock, laminate it, cut them out, and punch the holes. It’s a neat way to keep some tiny snapshots with you, and also makes for an awesome gift. To get started, head on over to the tutorial by Happy to Create.

Photo Craft: Mini Key Chain Album (via Make)

Recreate Calvin’s Funny Face Portraits

Here’s a fun photo project you can try: recreate each of Calvin’s funny face photographs from Calvin and Hobbes. A version of this project done by a cute Asian boy was a popular viral photo a couple years ago. You can download the original Calvin montage here.

(via Reddit)


Image credit: Photographs by Sabrina and used with permission

Camera Wallet Boasts Five Card Slots

While real cameras generally max out at two card slots, this camera wallet packs five. It also “snaps” closed to keep your cash and cards safe. Pick one up over at fredflare for $34.

Camera Snap Card Case [fredflare]