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  • Beware of scanners, they make Sea Monsters!

    - August 14, 2008
    Fresh shrimp on white background - Vincent de Groot
        (Photo: Vincent de Groot ) More on how to be creative using a flatbed scanner as a camera can be found here: My first test with banana flies.

  • The covers of Life Magazine

    - August 12, 2008
    From the earliest in 1936 until today:   I found them while browsing for this:

  • "The Shot" and other photo documentaries

    - August 10, 2008
      44:02 The Shot S01 E01       51:24 National Geographic - The Photographers     51:40 _spectre of hope_                 The Genius of Photography - Fixing the Shadows (1/6) Fixing the Shadows tells the story of the birth of photography itself and the profound question that it raised, and which has never been satisfactorily answered: what is photography for? Detailing the riv…

  • Some of the best from National Geographic

    - August  7, 2008 - 3 comments               And one unbelievable shot from Dubai, found at   Here is a link to the Full Size .

  • Icelandic Photo Adventure from

    - August  7, 2008 is a funny reading right now, and a great guide for you who are planning to visit our country. ..." We got to taste this delicacy - Hákarl . It is disgusting - the overpowering ammonia drowns out any other flavours. If you are there you have to try it! "... Found while browsing  

  • Moon Adventures

    - August  5, 2008
    I am finally earning my name, here is some more creativity found on the web. Photographer: Laurent Laveder.     Go to for more inspiration.     For best results, you ought to be able to distinguish among all 10 shades of grey in the figure below. If not, you may need to adjust your monitor's  brightness / contrast / gamma.

  • "Sweet about me"

    - August  1, 2008
    Discover Gabriella Cilmi !  

  • Famous Works of Art 'Improved' via Modern Technology

    - July 31, 2008 - 1 comment
    For best results, you ought to be able to distinguish among all 10 shades of grey in the figure below. If not, you may need to adjust your monitor's  brightness / contrast / gamma.       These and more at:

  • Self-Discovery Through Photography

    - July 30, 2008
    Here is a nice little article that deserves attention:

  • and, when you don't know what to "google" for anymore ;)

    - July 30, 2008
    "You can think of an Alltop site as a “digital magazine rack” of the Internet. To be clear, Alltop sites are starting points—they are not destinations per se. The bottom line is that we are trying to enhance your online reading by both displaying stories from the sites that you’re already visiting and helping you discover sites that you didn’t know existed. In other words, our goal is the “cessation of Internet stagnation” by providing “aggregation without aggravation.”"…

  • Make a movie from your pictures : Foto2Avi 2.0

    - July 30, 2008
    One of my overdue projects is to do a video from my shots, and here is the Freeware: Tell me if you know of something similar and better for the job.   Another neat thing is The “Startrails”-application:  

  • Rollfilm Stripclub

    - July 25, 2008
    How weird can you get? more on:

  • World famous photographs remade with LEGO bricks.

    - July 23, 2008 - 1 comment The artist's name is Mike Stimpson and can be found at:    

  • Henri Cartier-Bresson L'amour tout court

    - July 19, 2008
    I did a new find today: Henri Cartier-Bresson L'amour tout court ... the other four parts and many other great photography documentaries can be found here:   ... and if you want to know something about movie editing, The Cutting Edge: The Magic of Movie Editing   ... all for now, enjoy :)

  • Letters from Peru and Galleri Fold

    - June 27, 2008
      My sister Ragnheiður is travellin in South America at the moment, and she is emailing hundreds of images from the trip. Until I can get her to sing up an account here on Ipernity I decided to do a wordpress page for her to collect those images and eventually film clips she will provide. It's if you want to take a peek.       I also need to put together a good looking art gallery page for my other sister Nina…

  • Take one shot and earn $3,346,456

    - June 23, 2008 - 3 comments
    According to the list below, photography just might be a good investment: Andreas Gursky , 99 Cent II Diptychon (2001), $3,346,456, February, 2007, Sotheby 's London auction. [1] Edward Steichen , The Pond-Moonlight (1904), $2,928,000, February 2006, Sotheby's New York auction. [2] Richard Prince , Untitled (Cowboy) (1989) [3] , $1,248,000, November 2005, Christie's New York auction. [4] Joseph-Philibert Girault de Prangey , 113.Athènes, T[emple] de J[upi…

  • Use your bedroom/livingroom as a pinhole camera

    - June 20, 2008 - 2 comments
    Correct link:   Stage6 was unfortunately shut down, but here is the camera obscura clip from the BBC series , thanks to A Norwegian friend of mine told me they use aluminium foil glued only with water and soap on windows in north of Norway during summer Solstice days. No need for black plastic wraps then like shown in the video. ------- older post: ------…

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