This is an interesting talk from a researcher named Fei Fei Li on how she and her team are teaching computers to actually read images and make sense of them.
Serif has released a free beta download of their new image manipulation software for Mac called Affinity Photo. It is, in some respects, a copy of Adobe Photoshop with PSD import and export capability (so you can still play nicely with that software). You can read more about the software here. And be sure to […]
This is incredible. This actually feels like the future. The app works wonderfully and is free right now in the App Store. UPDATE: Test out the app using Math.ly.
Interesting Indiegogo project called Tens that takes traditional Instagram-ish filters and applies them directly to sunglasses for a slightly warmer color cast to your life. There are currently 4 colors to choose from and all you have to do is pledge and pick your color!
This is David Guttenfelder. He is one of my modern-day photographic heroes and definitely one of my favorite accounts to follow on Instagram as he regularly posts un-edited photos from within North Korea’s borders without any input or hindrance from the DPRK. Thanks to the Associated Press, David Guttenfelder is the only Western photojournalist with […]
I’m not sure what year this is from, but I saw this image over at Corktown History. I tried to find it bigger over at the Burton Historical Collection at the Detroit Public Library (where the image is taken from) but I couldn’t deal with the search on that site. So for now, this is […]