The hand like the eyes reveal what’s hidden below the surface. It is essential for our evolution and survival. Early humans used it to ignite a fire, hunt, fight and other survival actions.
The hand is the main part that helps us to excel our skills across all the industries since the beginning of time. The palm lines in our hands unveil the underlying truth about our lives. They uncover our struggle, burden and life passage that we chose… More at Omar Reda.
What a brilliant way to show the struggles some people go through. So clever and quite inspirational.
How does one art direct a mosquito photoshoot?
James Gathany has some tricks (warm blood, etc). As a photographer for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, he has spent 30 years shooting microbes, disease-carrying insects, and the occasional celebrity that passes through the CDC. Prince Andrew and Barack Obama are the most memorable humans he’s photographed, he says… More at The Atlantic.
That is some serious dedication.
In this animation, I explain Aperture and how it interacts with the various parameters of photography.
Very easy to understand for people like me.
Lomography has announced a new camera called the Lomo’Instant Automat Glass. It’s the world’s first instant camera with a wide-angle glass lens.
The 38mm lens (21mm equivalent in 35mm terms) on the front of the camera features 6 elements in 4 groups and a multi-coated front element. The lens has two apertures (f/4.5 and f/22) and a minimum focusing distance of 0.3m (~1 foot).
On the outside, the camera features a black faux-leather covering and a geometric design with fluorescent orange details… More at PetaPixel.
Really like the design of this.