Fast Company magazine offered their top ten of 2017’s most clever tech ideas. From smarter photo sharing to the ongoing AI wars— there was a lot going this year.
For all the tech industry’s talk of changing the world, sometimes the best innovations aren’t particularly dramatic. They’re ideas that are small—but so clever that they seem obvious in hindsight. They improve the products we already use in ways we can immediately appreciate.
Big breakthroughs and splashy new products tend to get all the attention; for once, here’s a tribute to the small-scale innovations that are just as important. The 10 Cleverest Tech Ideas Of 2017
Enjoy these wonderful images. And all you amatuer photographers should read her insightful tips on photographing buildings and their details.
Art is all around us. Sometimes we use our cameras to create art from what we see instead of merely capturing moments. Here are a few suggestions to help you see the art in architecture the next time you head out to shoot it. Put your camera down Too many times we get caught up […]
No matter what you personally believe the cause to be— changes to the Earth’s crust are occurring. Now you can watch it happen in compressed time format. Some are rather alarming.
Planet, the global imaging company that recently acquired Google’s Terra Bella satellite imaging business, is introducing a new tool called Planet Explorer Beta that allows its users to view how its image captures of Earth from space change over time. It’s available to the public without a login, which means petty much anyone can check…
Digital is so dated. Analog is all the rage with the hipsters, but old school film takes way too long to develop.
Lomography offers a stylish and retro way to expose your film with the Lomo’Instant San Remo. Available in three styles the SanRemo offers you the ability to shoot unlimited multiple exposures, infinite time exposures and automated shooting modes– with or without flash.
The pinhole camera craze continues and Ondu is at the forefront.
The Brothers Halilovic have designed things of beauty that take simple photographs since 2006. Their original Kickstarter campaign brought handcrafted pinhole cameras to hipsters everywhere. Now they’re back for more– and raising the bar. Continue reading “Pinhole Cameras Go High Tech”
Ever wish you could make your phone feel more like a real camera?
Snapgrip plans to make that happen. The $99 case/handle allows you to zoom, pre-focus and firmly grip your iPhone or Samsung Galaxy S3. Planned release date is February 2013 you can save 30% with a pre-order.
If you prefer something a little more down-to-earth consider the standard H4D. Like the Ferrari Edition it’s also a medium format DSLR, includes an 80mm f/2.8 HC lens, Phocus 2.0 Software and costs a mere $20k.
It’s never been easier to share video with the world. New video cameras that fit in the palm of your hand allow bloggers and newshounds to publish HD video immediately– almost as it happens.
These cameras allow you to easily move footage without the need for disks or media, and some even do the uploading for you. Here’s a helpful video primer from our friends at B & H on some of the standout products available in this product niche.