Category: Photography

  • MARS Curiosity Rover first Color 360 Panorama – Round the world with

    MARS Curiosity Rover first Color 360 Panorama – Round the world with

    Super cool interactive 360 Panorama from the Mars Curiosity Rover – looks like you could just step out onto the surface.. Interactive Panorama: JPL Image: From JPL:Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS This color panorama shows a 360-degree view of the landing site of NASA’s Curiosity rover, including the highest part of Mount Sharp visible to the rover.…

  • Panorama: San Francisco from the Coit Tower

    Quick panorama for today – I took this mega panorama on my iPhone with Camera+, and stitched together Autostitch. Also, here are the same photos merged together with Adobe Photoshop CS5 Photomerge.

  • Morning Departure from Telluride

    This week you may have notice all of my posts are hiking – I’ve been relaxing with friends and family in Telluride, Colorado. This morning we departed on the 6 hour drive back up to Denver. Good morning and goodbye Telluride!

  • Double Rainbow in Ridgeway, Colorado

    Yesterday evening while Talitha and I were waiting out the thunderstorm at Orvis Hotsprings in Ridgeway, Colorado, we witnessed a perfect double rainbow – and then waited a few more minutes for the storm to pass, before going back in the relaxing water. I think it’s safe to say I was “double rainbowing“.

  • Hiking in Boulder, Colorado

    Hiking in Boulder, Colorado

    What a wonderful hike up Dakota Ridge, to a beautiful view to the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, just outside of Boulder, Colorado. Such a nice change from the concrete canyons of my “other” life in New York City.

  • Jellyfish, Downtown Aquarium, Denver, Colorado

    I love jellyfish tanks in aquariums, because they make the most colorful pictures. Here are a few at the Denver Downtown Aquarium. Previously, I posted a pic of jellyfish floating in an aquarium at the Universeum in Sweden.

  • Independence Day in North Boulder Park

    Happy 4th of July from North Boulder Park in Boulder, Colorado….. Interactive Panorama

  • Watching the Eurocup at the Newseum

    While exploring the Newseum in Washington DC this past weekend, I found a great place to watch the Eurocup – on the museum’s giant screen. Another view. See this image in my Flickr Photostream.

  • Explainer: How A Digital Camera Is Made

    Thanks to PetaPixel, who brings us this cool video on the production of a Canon digital camera:

  • Video: Assembly of the AWARE2 Multiscale Gigapixel Camera

    Video: Assembly of the AWARE2 Multiscale Gigapixel Camera

    Today, a very very cool time laps video of the assembly of the AWARE2 Multiscale Gigapixel Camera: Project overview, from The Duke Imaging and Spectroscopy Program: This program is focused on building wide-field, video-rate, gigapixel cameras in small, low-cost form factors. Traditional monolithic lens designs, must increase f/# and lens complexity and reduce field of…

  • Good Evening, Lower Manhattan

    Welcome to my evening view from the Prince Building on Broadway x Prince, looking south to lower Manhattan. Images taken with my iPhone 4, and edited in Adobe Photoshop CS5 – I used the “Photomerge” automation and then content aware fill features, which are very well demonstrated in this video: IceflowStudios : Photoshop CS5: My…

  • Exploring the Ruins of the Cornish Estate Dairy Farm

    Exploring the Ruins of the Cornish Estate Dairy Farm

    Today Julie and I explored the Ruins of the Cornish Estate Dairy Farm outside of Cold Spring, Hudson Valley, New York. The area is in a state of complete abandonment and decay, rotting in the woods. Overal a great hike, and a great area to explore. Breakneck ridge is an overal awesome hiking area –…

  • The Art of Crafting a Leica Camera

    Great video from Leica highlighting the meticulous craftsmanship that goes into each Leica Camera: Watch the making of the Leica M9-P »Edition Hermès« — Série Limitée Jean-Louis Dumas, introduced in Berlin at the “LEICA – DAS WESENTLICHE” on May 10, 2012. This limited edition is a celebration of the friendship and collaboration between Jean-Louis Dumas,…

  • Kickstarter of the Week: Genie turns any camera into a world-class time lapse rig

    Kickstarter of the Week: Genie turns any camera into a world-class time lapse rig

    Looks awesome! A simple accessory allows endless possibilities of motion control photography. Would love to take this out on my next northern or southern latitude road trip… The Genie. Let’s fund this and make it happen! The Genie is an all-in-one device used to combine image capture with motion control, capable of either panning or…

  • Megaphoto: Norway’s Geirangerfjorden

    Direct from Norway’s tourism board, check out this mega 360 degree photo taken hovering in the air above Geirangerfjorden. Click through to check out interactive features, including maps and other views. Created by Making View. Knivsflå – Syv Søstre – Geirangerfjorden.

  • Cheap Photography! Tutorial on DIY Jib Photography

    Getting interesting camera angles is always on my mind, but often times I just dont have the resources for all of the gear I need. Additionally, I don’t professionally produce videos – I mainly shoot clips of my travels and string them together in iMovie, so investing in major equipment is not something I’m into…

  • Scavenger Hunt With The World’s Largest Picture

    How about a scavenger hunt using the world’s largest picture – Shanghai 272 Gigapixels. It’s amazing how far you can zoom in, and what can be found. Scavenger Hunt List

  • How Blogging Has Helped Me Apply the DRY Principle to Conversations

    I recently had an online conversation with old friend Dakota Blair. It had been a while since we talked, and so there was a lot to catch up on – where we’re both working now, life events, tech news, etc. Throughout the course of the conversation, in response to about half of the questions Dakota…

  • Space Shuttle in Extreme Detail: Exclusive New Pictures

    Space Shuttle in Extreme Detail: Exclusive New Pictures

    In honor of the Space Shuttle Enterprise arriving in NYC, here’s an interactive superzoom of the inside of Space Shuttle Discovery… Space Shuttle in Extreme Detail: Exclusive New Pictures.

  • Alexandre Buisse Shoots the Patagonian Expedition Race

    Alexandre Buisse Shoots the Patagonian Expedition Race

    Photography consultant Jaime Livingood send me over to this excellent photo essay by photographer Alexandre Buisse. The essay details his time photographing the annnual Patagonian Expedition Race. A great story, with great photos.. a model for my own work. Because the course is over 500km, often without roads, and because this year there was no…

  • Infographic: Manual Photography Cheat Sheet

    Infographic: Manual Photography Cheat Sheet

    Great cheat sheet, courtesy of Living In The Stills:

  • Welcome, Spring

    I’m not ready for Winter to end.. but at least there are pretty flowers on the trees this week…