Posts Tagged ‘shirt’

‘Official’ Leica T-Shirts are Cropping Up at Leica Dealers Throughout the US

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Not everybody can afford to drop the cash required to get a Leica, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still rep the brand. Check out these new, official Leica T-shirts that have started showing up in authorized Leica camera shops all over the US. Read more…

Fashion for Photogs: ‘Crop It Like It’s Hot’ T-Shirt and Earrings

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If you seriously want to nerd out in the area of photography-related fashion, check out this T-shirt by The Unrefinery. It’s titled “Crop It,” and is available for $24.
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tshirtOS is an Internet-Connected T-shirt That Can Snap and Share Photographs

By now, you’ve probably heard about Project Glass, Google’s ambitious effort to develop a pair of Internet-connected, augmented reality camera glasses. Well, something similar was being explored for a different clothing item: the t-shirt…

tshirtOS is a concept created in collaboration by whisky-maker Ballantine and futuristic-clothes maker CuteCircuit that aims to build a camera, microphone, headphone hack, and integrated display into an Internet-connected shirt.
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‘Everything is Gold’ T-Shirt Features the Golden Ratio

Here’s a geeky shirt that’s relevant to photography: today’s Woot shirt of the day is titled “Everything is Golden“, and features the golden ratio! It’s available until the end of the day for $10 with free shipping.

Everything is Golden [Woot]

Analog Retirement T-Shirt by BustedTees

Spotted this shirt, titled “Analog Retirement”, over at BustedTees. The design might be cute and creative, but it was obviously created by someone who isn’t a photographer. Sure the photographic film industry hasn’t been doing so hot over the past decade, but you can’t compare film with cassette tapes, VHS tapes, and floppy disks. Those technologies offer no advantages over the ones that replaced them, while analog photography does. As long as there are people passionate about shooting film, the medium should do just fine.

“Striped Bird” T-Shirt for Film Shooters

When Lomography teamed up with Threadless for a t-shirt design contest back in 2008, nearly 400 photography-related designs were submitted. This one by Sebastian Guadarrama Gomez, titled “Striped Bird”, was crowned as the winner. You can check out all the other submitted designs here — there’s a lot of awesome ones that we’d love to wear.

Striped Bird [Threadless]

Look! Up in the Sky! It’s a Bird. It’s a Plane. It’s an Aperture!

This “Sky Aperture” t-shirt is a nice way to sport some photography-related apparel without being too geeky. You can grab it now for $20 over on Threadless, though if you wait you might be able to grab it for $5 or $10 during a sale.

Vampires and Photo Booths Don’t Mix

A visual explanation of why vampires and photo booths don’t mix. Woot is selling this shirt today — grab it now for $10.

Lesson learned: if you have a vampire friend, remember to turn off the camera flash when shooting portraits!

Flash Camera T-Shirt Over at TeeFury

The t-shirt of the day over at TeeFury is pretty fun and relevant to photographers today. The shirt will be available until the end of the day for $9. It was created by London-based designer Joao Lauro Fonte.

“Check out my on camera Flash!”.

Dress Shirt with Built-In Microfiber Cloth

I don’t know about you, but I often find myself wiping off the LCD on my DSLR or point-and-shoot with my clothes. The unseemly but common practice of wiping gadgets with clothes is exactly what FIFT, a husband and wife design team in Japan, had in mind when they designed the ‘Wipe Shirt’.

This practical (but probably unfashionable) button down shirt has microfiber built into either the cuff or the shirttail, and allows you to clean your gadgets (and glasses) as you naturally would:

While cleaning your LCD screen might be perfect for this unique shirt, you probably wouldn’t want to touch anything more sensitive (i.e. your lens) with this, despite it being microfiber.

You can buy it for yourself or as a gift for ¥13,650 (~$148.5) straight from Japan.

(via Engadget)