artyeva Registered User
#1

Irishman makes art from terrible Facebook photos

#2

Terrible photos even after the were made into 'art'

weathers picking up now for outdoor shots, need to get out and about

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sprinkles Registered User
#3



I wonder if it would work with Guinness

#4

There was a link to this posted in the last thread, but here are some better photos

http://acidcow.com/pics/16855-high-speed-laser-camera-7-pics.html

wow

Promac Registered User
#5

sprinkles said:


I wonder if it would work with Guinness


Wow - that's pretty cool. I reckon the sticking the glasses on could easily be automated.

sprinkles Registered User
#6

Tallon said:
There was a link to this posted in the last thread, but here are some better photos

http://acidcow.com/pics/16855-high-speed-laser-camera-7-pics.html

wow

What's the deal with the 2 lenses?

AnCatDubh Registered User
#7

An earlier tweet: have you seen the Julie Project http://bit.ly/eUEX2L << Such beautiful documentary photography of a very difficult subject. Sad yet beautiful

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pullandbang Hosted Moderator
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AnCatDubh said:
An earlier tweet: have you seen the Julie Project http://bit.ly/eUEX2L << Such beautiful documentary photography of a very difficult subject. Sad yet beautiful


Sweet Jesus! I just spent the last half hour reading this and looking at the photos! It's just unbelievable......certainly puts things in perspective.....

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ozymandius Registered User
#9

(Insect macro setup) Astounding. Some setup and some dedication. The engineer in me is jealous.

sprinkles said:
What's the deal with the 2 lenses?


The top lens is part of the 'in-focus' detector. Two laser beams are aimed at the focus point. When an insect hits the spot the detector senses the reflection and triggers the high-speed shutter and the flashes. All within ~5mS (5 Thousandths of a second!) - because otherwie the insect is long gone.

And that's not to mention the bells and whistles ... amazing.

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_Tyrrell_ Registered User
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AnCatDubh said:
An earlier tweet: have you seen the Julie Project http://bit.ly/eUEX2L << Such beautiful documentary photography of a very difficult subject. Sad yet beautiful


Absolutely astonishing, that's true art.

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PopeBuckfastXVI Moderator
#11

More videography than photography, but I thought you folks would enjoy it...

http://www.petapixel.com/2011/02/01/pop-up-book-brought-to-life-with-a-canon-5d-mark-ii/

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Necronomicon Registered User
#12

Oh dear Flickr. I don't mind greetings in other languages, but this is too far:

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Effects Registered User
#13

Dude loses all his pictures due to flickr deleting his account by accident. Partly his own fault for having no back up. Didn't animal rights store all his stuff on pix.ie like this?

http://www.podcastingnews.com/content/2011/02/the-dark-side-of-the-cloud/

magicbastarder Registered User
#14

fancy doing a bit of photo editing?

http://www.noadny.com/

11811 Registered User
#15

magicbastarder said:
fancy doing a bit of photo editing?

http://www.noadny.com/


Jesus, there'd be nothing left!
Interesting project mind you.

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