Closer

September 8, 2011

Some of the photos that I’ve taken with Canon 5D Mark II.
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Mikael Kennedy

June 9, 2010

amazing photos of a vast landscape by Mikael Kennedy. unfortunately I don’t know where they are taken.

Photographer Mikael Kennedy

Photographer Mikael Kennedy

Photographer Mikael Kennedy

Photographer Mikael Kennedy

Photographer Mikael Kennedy

Photographer Mikael Kennedy

Photographer Mikael Kennedy

Photographer Mikael Kennedy

original source: BOOOOOOOM!

Kayo Ume

June 8, 2010

These are lovely, I wonder if some of them are posed or not.

photographer ume kayo

photographer ume kayo

photographer ume kayo

photographer ume kayo

photographer ume kayo

photographer ume kayo

photographer ume kayo

photographer ume kayo

photographer ume kayo

photographer ume kayo

Original post: BOOOOOOOM!

Levi Mandel

June 8, 2010

photos by Levi Mandel. Brooklyn, NY.

my favourite is the first one with the broomstick!

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levi mandel photographer photography

levi mandel photographer photography

levi mandel photographer photography

levi mandel photographer photography

levi mandel photographer photography

levi mandel photographer photography

levi mandel photographer photography

original source: BOOOOOOOM!

Hüseyin Yılmaz

June 7, 2010

here are some photos that remind me of the summer spirit.

“Hüseyin was born in Berlin, is from Samsun/Bafra and is currently 23 years old. He went to school and grew up in Berlin, and then studied 3 years of Architecture. However, realising that Architecture wasn’t for him, he went down the career path of being a Graphic Designer, having been spending a great deal of time in his room on Photoshop. 3 years later he took his career in his hands and started work in the firm which he ended up learning from. He works in a large software producing company, his main job being a packaging designer. Other than that, he does practically anything you can think of related to graphics. He also does some 3D work which he really enjoys. As for taking photographs – he likes doing that in his spare time, even though he had no interest for this a couple of years ago. It just suddenly came to him and now it’s something he loves doing. So that’s how the photos you see here came to life. For Hüseyin, these photos are valuable – his aim is to show people things that are important to him, through his own eyes and through his own perspective. He hopes to achieve this with this series…”

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original source: http://www.imfinethankyou.de/ & http://www.bananemag.com/

see my previous post of his work.
and visit his site.

Reviving the Kodak Brownie for the future Olympics is quite exciting and traditional, since Brownies were often made to commemorate events and anniversaries. Just to skim through a few details: this 2012 Olympic Kodak Brownie has been modeled as a ‘box Brownie’; specifically the Brownie Flash 3 from 1962. Proportionate to the Flash 3, the new avatar is 66% of the scale, representing the tech advances made since the original was discontinued.

Key features include:

* The ‘triple-lens’ design with one main aperture and two viewfinder apertures.
* One simple shutter button with no other controls
* A disproportionally large flash.
* A decorated front.
* A fold up sports viewfinder.

The viewfinders, aperture and shutter are located in the same positions as in the original Brownie, making it feel like home to the Brownie lovers.

The Modern Features include a fabric wrist-strap located at the rear of the camera, which replaces the leather strap found on the top of the older camera.

How to use the Brownie:

Like the original Brownie, the user must look down from above into the viewfinders; and like the original Brownie, a different viewfinder is used depending on the orientation of the camera and the picture being taken, one viewfinder is used with a portrait image and the other for a landscape image. For low-light photography, a flash is included in the camera. Unlike older box-Brownie models, the flash is included in the design and pivots outwards from its storage position inside the side of the camera.

The camera can be manufactured using ABS to give it sustainability.

With thanks to Denis Coleman, Charlie Kamerman (kodakcollector.com), Michael Pritchard and Michael Wong (britishphotographichistory.com) for their input and feedback.

Designer: James Coleman

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2012 Olympic Kodak Brownie Camera by James Coleman

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found on: yankodesign

after shooting the photos for the invisible cities project, i decided to make the most of the projector device that i’ve borrowed from school for a day; i took this self portrait using remote control.

invisible cities

April 7, 2010

hi. this is what i’ve come up with for the invisible cities project assigned by the photography course that i’m taking. i based my work on an article that i’ve read once, about how our speech gets recorded in outer space and never gets lost; and how that data may be deciphered one day. so i took these photos originating from that idea.

Lomography- Fisheye Group

March 27, 2010

hi,
i just learned about groups on deviantart recently (though i’ve been on deviantart for 3 years now) and was amazed to see that there existed many groups on several animes such as pokemon; however there wasn’t a specific group for lomography-fisheye. i discovered this and formed a group (Lomography-Fisheye) 3-4 days ago and the group has started to grow immediately. if you’re interested to join, you’re welcome! here are some sample photos from participants: