If you shop online for H&M clothing, you will probably notice something different about the models in the photographs. Instead of using photographs of real women, they create virtual models on the computer. The company says they chose this route because it allows customers to focus on the product as opposed to the model. What do you think?
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While we could have posted this yesterday, we thought we would wait for the official announcement about the Panasonic Lumix GX1. The GX1 is the successor to GF1. This micro 4/3 camera sports a 16.0 megapixel sensor, can record full HD video (1920 x 1080) and has an ISO sensitivity of 12800. The GX1 (body only) will be available in December, 2011, while the GX1K & GX1X (both with lenses) will be available in December & January. You can watch the GX1 in action in Panasonic’s newest advertisement.
Sony recently put together a video to promote their line of 3D products. If you haven’t seen the short film Nuit Blanche, then you will probably enjoy the commercial. If by chance you have seen the aforementioned short film, then you will probably be disappointed. Yes I understand artists need to make money, and I commend them for doing so, but compared to the original, this short lacks heart and originality.
Where was I when Olympus was giving away PEN E-PM1 cameras in Toronto? There’s a good chance I was out taking photos, actually. At any rate, this isn’t the first time they have given away cameras, so keep an eye out for them in your area, in case they decide to give away more.
These photographs are the literal translation of “sleep like a baby”. The advertising campaign for an Indonesian mattress company called Comforta uses the tag line “sleep like it used to be”. The message is obviously telling us that their mattresses are so comfortable that you will sleep as easily as you did when you were a baby. We just think the photos are cute.