Posts Tagged ‘icons’

Unique ‘Light Prints’ of Iconic Portraits Shot Entirely In-Camera

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Light painter Jason D. Page recently got in touch to show us an impressive series three years in the making that he has just completed. It’s called ‘Icons,’ and it features a set of psychedelic light portraits Page calls ‘Light Prints’ that are done entirely in-camera. Read more…

Mind-Blowing TV Spot Recreates Six Iconic Images in One Uninterrupted Shot

This TV Spot is the height of creativity, and we absolutely love it. In 50 seconds and one uninterrupted flowing video shot, UK directing duo US and advertising agency Grey (the guys behind the amazing exploding spices commercial) pay tribute to six completely unique, culturally iconic images by expertly recreating one after the other. Read more…

Check Out Flickr’s New “Neo-Futuristic” Default Avatars

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When Flickr launched its site-wide redesign this past week, one of the things that saw a quiet revamp was the default user avatar. The company hired Greek designer Charis Tsevis to upgrade the original default icon — an expressionless gray and black square face — to something more colorful.
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Android May Soon Have a Built-In Photo Editing Tools and “Filters”

The 4th version of Android, named Ice Cream Sandwich, is set to be released sometime in the next month or so. If you’ve been craving for a built-in photo editor, you may soon get your wish. Android Police has uncovered a boatload of icons and images that strongly suggest that future Android phones and tablets will ship with photo editing tools built into Android Gallery. In addition to basic tools such as crop, sharpen, and rotate, there will apparently be 19 different photo effects you can apply as well. Sadly, they’re of the cheesier variety (e.g. posterize), so don’t expect them to compete with the likes of Instagram anytime soon.

(via Android Police via Engadget)

100 Cameras, Lenses, and Accessories Turned into Pixel Illustrations

Artist Billy Brown took 100 different pieces of photography gear and turned them into pixel art. What’s neat is that he’s making them available for any kind of use as long as you credit him. There’s everything from old film and Polaroid cameras to memory cards and the latest telephoto lenses.

The Camera Collection (via PhotoWeeklyOnline)