21. April 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für ‘Time Travel’ Photos Honor the 100th Anniversary of Tulsa Race Massacre

‘Time Travel’ Photos Honor the 100th Anniversary of Tulsa Race Massacre

Photographer and “time travel photographer” Patrick McNicholas has spent the last three years compiling historic images from the Tulsa Race Massacre and recreating them in the same location in the modern-day to create fin… Read the rest “‘Time Travel’ Photos Honor the 100th Anniversary of Tulsa Race Massacre”

19. April 2021
von Anete Lusina
Kommentare deaktiviert für ‘Vanishing Asia’ is a Monumental 9,000 Image, 40-Year Photo Project

‘Vanishing Asia’ is a Monumental 9,000 Image, 40-Year Photo Project

“Vanishing Asia” is a documentary book trio by photographer Kevin Kelly that encapsulates 40 years of experiences traveling through 35 countries and featrues decades of cultural changes.

Kevin Kelly, co-founder of WiredRead the rest “‘Vanishing Asia’ is a Monumental 9,000 Image, 40-Year Photo Project”

19. April 2021
von Azriel Knight
Kommentare deaktiviert für A Look Back at the Canon EOS-1, the First Pro EOS Camera

A Look Back at the Canon EOS-1, the First Pro EOS Camera

Announced at a press conference in June 1989 in Bar Harbor, Maine, the Canon EOS-1 was a 35mm SLR meant to be a turning point in professional cameras.

Canon did away with traditional controls in favor of a push-button system, utilized ultras… Read the rest “A Look Back at the Canon EOS-1, the First Pro EOS Camera”

6. April 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Polaroid Founder Edwin Land Foresaw the Smartphone Camera in 1970

Polaroid Founder Edwin Land Foresaw the Smartphone Camera in 1970

Polaroid founder Edwin Land was a visionary tech titan of his time, and as is common with pioneering entrepreneurs, Land had unusual foresight into where technology was headed. Here’s a neat video from 1970 in which Land accurately … Read the rest “Polaroid Founder Edwin Land Foresaw the Smartphone Camera in 1970”

27. März 2021
von Janette Greenwood
Kommentare deaktiviert für How Black Americans Used Portraits and Family Photos to Defy Stereotypes

How Black Americans Used Portraits and Family Photos to Defy Stereotypes

Unstable. Criminal. Impoverished. Absentee fathers. Neglectful mothers. “A tangle of pathology,” as the Moynihan Report, a 1965 study on Black poverty, put it. For decades, the Black family has been denigrated as dysfunctional.

When mRead the rest “How Black Americans Used Portraits and Family Photos to Defy Stereotypes”

15. März 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Judge Rules Images of Enslaved Are Property of Harvard, Not Descendant

Judge Rules Images of Enslaved Are Property of Harvard, Not Descendant

A Massachusetts judge has dismissed a woman’s lawsuit claiming that she is the rightful owner of the images of an enslaved father and daughter and not Harvard, the New York Times reports. The judge cites common law that the content of … Read the rest “Judge Rules Images of Enslaved Are Property of Harvard, Not Descendant”

1. März 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für The History of the Camera… According to North Korea

The History of the Camera… According to North Korea

If you’ve always wanted to learn about the history of the photographic camera as taught by the North Korean government, today’s your lucky day! Here’s a 15-minute educational video on camera history that was broadcas… Read the rest “The History of the Camera… According to North Korea”

1. März 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für ‘Deep Nostalgia’ Brings People in Old Photos Back to Life

‘Deep Nostalgia’ Brings People in Old Photos Back to Life

Deep Nostalgia is a new AI that can breathe new life into historical photos by animating people who have long passed. The results are both creepy and fascinating at the same time.

The AI was just launched by the online genealogy platform MyHe… Read the rest “‘Deep Nostalgia’ Brings People in Old Photos Back to Life”

27. Februar 2021
von Samantha Hill
Kommentare deaktiviert für How Black People in the 19th Century Used Photography as a Tool for Social Change

How Black People in the 19th Century Used Photography as a Tool for Social Change

Frederick Douglass is perhaps best known as an abolitionist and intellectual. But he was also the most photographed American of the 19th century. And he encouraged the use of photography to promote social change for Black equality.

In tha… Read the rest “How Black People in the 19th Century Used Photography as a Tool for Social Change”

24. Februar 2021
von Allen Murabayashi
Kommentare deaktiviert für Who Should Own Photos of Slaves?

Who Should Own Photos of Slaves?

In 1976 while rummaging through an attic of Harvard’s Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology in search of old museum publications, editorial assistant Lorna Condon opened a drawer in a wooden cabinet. Inside, she found a number of fl… Read the rest “Who Should Own Photos of Slaves?”

22. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Take a Trip Back in Time Via Colorized Footage From a Day in 1920s Paris

Take a Trip Back in Time Via Colorized Footage From a Day in 1920s Paris

Travel back in time to Paris during the roaring ’20s featuring flappers, bobbed hair, and cloche hats in this short 2-minute archival video colorized by Glamourdaze. The video was created using artificial intelligence to restore … Read the rest “Take a Trip Back in Time Via Colorized Footage From a Day in 1920s Paris”

6. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Kodak: From A Near Monopoly on Nostalgia to Manufacturing Pharmaceuticals

Kodak: From A Near Monopoly on Nostalgia to Manufacturing Pharmaceuticals

Kodak’s modern business strategy is as weird to read as it is to write about. The company has jumped from one strategy to the next in an attempt to stay afloat. This 15-minute video delves into how Kodak went from near film monopoly, to n… Read the rest “Kodak: From A Near Monopoly on Nostalgia to Manufacturing Pharmaceuticals”

5. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für The Process of Colorizing and Animating an 80-Year-Old Photograph

The Process of Colorizing and Animating an 80-Year-Old Photograph

Photo colorizer and restorer Hint of Time has shared an 8-minute video where he shows his process for not only colorizing an 80-year-old black and white photo, but also brings it to life with subtle animation.

While usually stopping at colo… Read the rest “The Process of Colorizing and Animating an 80-Year-Old Photograph”

31. Dezember 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für How Bokeh Evolved and How Digital Photography Elevated it to Art

How Bokeh Evolved and How Digital Photography Elevated it to Art

Bokeh is one of the most subjective aspects of photo or video. As Simon’s Utak says in this 20-minute discussion on its history and how it is elevating digital photography into art, we as photographers can’t even agree how to pr… Read the rest “How Bokeh Evolved and How Digital Photography Elevated it to Art”

31. Dezember 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für How Bokeh Evolved and How Digital Photography Elevated it to Art

How Bokeh Evolved and How Digital Photography Elevated it to Art

Bokeh is one of the most subjective aspects of photo or video. As Simon’s Utak says in this 20-minute discussion on its history and how it is elevating digital photography into art, we as photographers can’t even agree how to pr… Read the rest “How Bokeh Evolved and How Digital Photography Elevated it to Art”

29. Dezember 2020
von Andy Romanoff
Kommentare deaktiviert für Why Mirrorless Wins: We’ve Come a Long Way and I’m Not Going Back

Why Mirrorless Wins: We’ve Come a Long Way and I’m Not Going Back

In 2018 with some trepidation I bought my first mirrorless camera, a Nikon Z7. It wasn’t because I thought it was better than the DSLR I had been using but because my old muscles were spasming with the weight of the camera I was using and I hoped t… Read the rest “Why Mirrorless Wins: We’ve Come a Long Way and I’m Not Going Back”

15. Dezember 2020
von Pat Brownewell
Kommentare deaktiviert für From Bombs to Bubbles: Repurposing a 610mm Spy Plane Lens for Macro Photos

From Bombs to Bubbles: Repurposing a 610mm Spy Plane Lens for Macro Photos

You didn’t ask to learn about bellows extension factors, but were going to cover it with the most absurd camera that you may ever see!

Built from over two sheets of plywood, scraps of 2x6s, old drywall screws, and the cheapest 610mm lens that I … Read the rest “From Bombs to Bubbles: Repurposing a 610mm Spy Plane Lens for Macro Photos”

17. November 2020
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für This Camera Was Used for Aerial Photos During WWII

This Camera Was Used for Aerial Photos During WWII

Check out this absolute unit of a camera that was used to do aerial photography during World War II. Mounted on the front of the camera is a massive 2-foot long 305mm f/5 lens.

This viral photo has made the rounds on the Web in recent years, and th… Read the rest “This Camera Was Used for Aerial Photos During WWII”

12. November 2020
von Thomas Skrlj
Kommentare deaktiviert für Kenneth McKenzie’s Lost Photos from World War II

Kenneth McKenzie’s Lost Photos from World War II

I met a man who owned a ton of his uncle’s photos he took during his time in World War II. The images by Kenneth McKenzie start in Vancouver and Banff where they did their training, then all across Europe.

While there are many images like t… Read the rest “Kenneth McKenzie’s Lost Photos from World War II”

30. Oktober 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für This is How a Match-Needle Exposure Meter From a 1971 Canon Works

This is How a Match-Needle Exposure Meter From a 1971 Canon Works

Technology Connections, a YouTube channel that covers a wide array of interesting technology stories, has shared this 28-minute video that explores how the Canon F1 from 1971 works, with special detail focused on the camera’s lig… Read the rest “This is How a Match-Needle Exposure Meter From a 1971 Canon Works”