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floating,photography,art,illusion
Via: Li Wei
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Chinese photographer Li Wei "levitates" in the sky dressed as a monk. Staged at La Villette in Paris in March, this image of Wei's wire-walking illusionist performance was recently noted in the Associated Press' Top 150 Photos Of 2012.

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Via: Memoto
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Memoto is a mini portable "life-logging" camera that automatically takes two geotagged snapshots a minute everywhere you go. The 5-megapixel camera is GPS-enabled, weather protected and accessible via smartphone, thus serving as a virtual diary of your photographic memory that is searchable and sharable. The product is available for pre-order and free shipping on Kickstarter ($279), estimated for its first delivery in April 2013.

photography,bokeh,trick
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Here's a cool trick you can try out with your SLR camera. All you need is a large aperture lens (ex: 50mm / F1.8) and a sheet of opaque paper or cardboard. The out-of-focus dots that you see in the image are known as "Bokeh," a term which is derived from the Japanese word meaning "blur."

1) Create a fake lens hood with the paperboard by cutting out a hole in the shape of your choice.

2) Place the hood over the lens and see how it looks through the viewfinder.

3) Set your camera to its lowest aperture value or bulb exposure. Have fun!

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Projecteo is a tiny Instagram projector that uses wheels of 35mm slide film which can hold up to nine photos. Designed by creative digital agency Mint Digital, the matchbox-sized device is powered by LED to blow up your Instagrams as large as 2 1/2 feet wide in a pitch black room. Slide film wheels can be custom ordered online, which will then be "melted" on to single frames of Kodak 35mm film, processed in full color and shipped to your house.

africa,photography,giraffes,landscape
Via: Reddit
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Redditor ProfessorLaser makes a clever point about the ultimate cliche of African landscape photography:

1) Select a base image
2) Cut and paste in a picture of a giraffe
3) Darken base image by increasing saturation level
4) Darken the giraffe by increasing shadow level.

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