Archive for October, 2010

Sun and Moon Photograph – NASA

A recent “Image of the day” photograph of the moon passing by the sun creating a partial eclipse. Full image and more details after the jump.

Turn Your DSLR into a Pinhole Camera

It is now easier than ever to take pinhole photographs thanks to this pre-fabricated cap available at photojojo store.

Awesome Microscopic Photography of Alcoholic Drinks

Can you guess what this is? Believe it or not, it is a photograph of cola. They are being sold as fine art prints for your home. An explanation of how they achieve these photographs, as well as more photos, after the jump.

Create Your Own Mini Planet

Create your own “Mini Planet” using a series of photographs, and a little Photoshop trickery. More examples and step by step instructions after the jump.

Ribbons Vs. Challenges

I love photography and I love statistics, so put the two together, and you end up with this graph. While this graph was admittedly created to compare the top ribbon winners on, it shouldn’t be taken too seriously.

Short Film – “Nuit Blanche”

Nuit Blanche explores a fleeting moment between two strangers, revealing their brief connection in a hyper real fantasy.

Coolest Cake Ever!

Have you ever seen a camera cake before? Maria (fsumaria on flickr), received this cake on her birthday from her husband. It was made at a bakery in Emmaus, Pensylvania (Granny Schmidts’s).

Nikon Small World Contest Winners

The winners for the 2010 Nikon Small World Contest were announced this week. See some of the amazing microscopic photos, as well as a link to the contest site, after the jump.

Create Your Own Custom Camera Straps!

Have you ever wanted to make your own custom camera strap? Well now you can. Pick from the variety of styles available, or create your own design!

What Stormtroopers Do on Their Day Off

Have you ever wondered what Stormtroopers do on their day off? Wonder no more. Check out this great series of photographs by Stéfan Le Dû. More photos and link to the complete collection after the jump.