shoes

Angelo Pelle M-Etropolis Review: $275 Sneakers for Street Photographers

For over six years, I have closely followed the progress of Angelo Pelle, an independent Italian camera accessories and leather goods company that offers what I already considered to be some of the very best handmade leather camera straps and camera cases I have had a chance to use.

Photos of the Shoes Worn by Famous Artists on Stage

How much can you tell about an artist from the shoes they wear on stage? Florida State University student newspaper photo editor Matthew Paskert has been trying to find out. His project "A Shoe Piece" consists of close-up photos of shoes worn by famous musicians, comedians, and personalities while they're standing in front of large crowds.

People in the US Can Now Print Their Photos Onto a Pair of Adidas Shoes

Earlier this year we told you that Adidas was planning to launch an app and accompanying service that would allow you to print your photographs onto a pair of its shoes.

MiZX Flux, the aforementioned iOS and Android app that lets you design your shoe, has been up and live for quite some time, but only now is it ready for the spotlight and allowing people to design and buy a pair of kicks with their own photography on it.

Abstract Long Exposure Photos of Sneakers Look Like Colorful, Glowing Vinyl

It's a frisbee! It's an LP! It's a... Nike sneaker!? Photographer Joost van Brug's abstract photos of 24 iconic Nike sneakers are unlike any shoe photographs we've seen before, mostly because you can't really tell they're photos of shoes.

Instead of taking regular images of the shoes suspended in midair or being worn by some athlete, he decided to take long exposures of the shoes being spun around.

Nike Can Decorate Your Sneakers Based on the Color of Your Instagram Snaps

Instagram has been used in many different ways. We've seen the app inspire an awesome DIY photo booth and even become the tool of choice for certain photography projects. However, we never expected to see the day when you could use your Instagram photos to customize your footwear. And yet, that's exactly what you can do with Nike's PHOTOiD web app.