I don’t think he was at the local Sonic drive-through window. Okay, this doesn’t have much to do with my normal blog topics: it’s just a picture of my son working his day job. Your country thanks you for your service, and your mom and I are very proud of you. And the glasses are [...]
Archive for category: Photos
Courtesy of a new $1.99 app called Word Foto, I give you:
Here’s the gang I work with at Pixar Animation. This was taken with the incredibly low budget technique of snapping a picture, moving the camera, and snapping another one. Of course, a couple of us moved in the interim, but thanks to the judicious work of Reid, who carefully stitched and offset various bits, it [...]
Gigapan is a website which displays super high resolution panoramic images, acquired by a special panoramic camera rig. Today, I got a note from Ed Haas, mechanical tinkerer extraordinaire, that his workshop had been imaged. Check out the 1.7 gigapixel image (be sure to pan in and read some of the labels on things on [...]
Stumbleupon sent me to this incredible nighttime panorama of Paris taken somewhere near Notre Dame (you can see the big rosette window in one part), but includes views of the Seine, the Eiffel Tower, St. Eustace, St. Michelle, Sacre Couer in the distance, and the Louvre. Very nice. If you click here, you can see [...]
Microsoft blogger Robert Scoble is apparently over in Paris, and decided to blog about the stuff he did in Paris, of which he only thought the Musee D’Orsay sufficiently interesting to mention, probably because their IT system apparently runs Windows XP. Get some soul, man. When Carmen and I went there for our anniversary back [...]
This is kind of a crazy Rube Goldberg project for budding videographers: a scheme for creating depth of field using 35mm lenses. Most digital video cameras have very limited depth of field because of their relatively small optics and imagers. So what’s a person to do? Well, basically create a telecine like setup that uses [...]
Pixarian and Pentax camera user Juan Buhler sent out an email proclaiming that “Canons are great” linked to this rather expensive coffee table. Heh.
Josh over at tinyscreenfuls.com was off at the Portable Media Expo, and posted his photos on Flickr. Does anyone else’s mind go straight to the gutter in reading about this device? If not, try saying it aloud in your company lunchroom.
In an earlier post, I pointed at fellow Pixarian Juan Buhler’s awesome photography blog. Unfortunately, I missed our photoclub meeting, but he sent out mail indicating that he uses some of the techniques listed in Digital Black and White to get his spectactular street photos. I’ve actually seen this page before, (thought I might have [...]
Juan Buhler has just joined the staff here at Pixar, and is one of those insanely talented photographer types who has a much cooler blog than me. Damn them all to hell! He also knows a thing or two about computer graphics, and was the Sketches Jury chairman for SIGGRAPH last year. Welcome aboard, Juan.
Wow. Why do all my pictures look like bad security cam footage?
My brother-in-law is in Alabama helping out kidney dialysis patients. He sent my sister this photo, which she notes: This was taken in alabama, Dave said that the concrete that is buckled was by the force of the water. – kris Ugly.
While browsing the photo and print collection at the Library of Congress, I found this really cool photo of a telescope set up in New York City. I wish they had a higher resolution version: it’s very cool. You can find all sorts of cool stuff in the Library of Congress print collection, much of [...]
Dan has put up a nice photo of a butterfly that he took while zipping around China Grove Camp. Now that my weekend chore is completed (painting my garage) maybe I’ll try to go out for an evening walk and do the same, maybe with my new video camera.