October 04, 2008
Saturday Photography: Bumblebees to balsa wood
I can’t just talk CS4, now can I? Taking a little break from current software events, here’s a collection of cool recent photographic finds:
- Our friend Mike Hill features a great image from Brazil on his site’s landing page.
- I’m digging the ghostly, muted tones of Michael Kenna’s work. Much more is on his site.
- The lovely Moontime gallery of David Stubbs whets my appetite to learn about low-light imaging. [Via]
- Last flight of the bumblebee: Jozsef L. Szentpeteri has captured some amazing images of bee-eating birds. [Via]
- Ever wanted to build a Canon out of balsa wood? Me neither, but it’s still kinda cool to see. [Via]
- Nothing if not dedicated, Dan Hanna’s posted 17 years of daily self-portraits as a video. (The spinning motion is a little sick-making.) [Via]
- Big photo printing + raingear = the most aggro umbrella ever (well, short of those umbrella-sword/gun combos, anyway).