Sick of staring at the morphing desktop images that came with your Mac? Ready to stick a pin in the eye from all the overly cute or busy theme based design? Transform that boring screen today. Surf on over to VladStudio for a variety of wallpaper designs…if the collection is a shoe size, it be size […]Read more "Vlad Studio"
Check out the online version of this exhibition of a collection of cultural artifacts from the Western world, mostly American from as early as the mid-1700s, about the yellow peril, i.e. the prejudiced “oriental” view of Asia. You can also support the cause to make this collection a permanent archival collection at NYU, as part […]Read more "Archivist of the Yellow Peril"
When I first heard that kodak was going to stop producing printing paper, I was quite devastated, even though I don’t know how to develop pictures from scratch, or never really owned/used an SLR camera. It’s an art form forever lost to digital technology! Earlier this year, I bought an old school polaroid camera, and […]Read more "Pseudo Polaroids"
I’m still trying to wrap my mind around the method of tilt-shift photography. Here’s an example of a shot taken with the tilt-shift technique. The technique that this is based on involves a special lense that fools around with the image plane to produce a very shallow depth of field. Someone more versed in physics […]Read more "Tilt-Shift Photography"
This is an interesting and pertinent cause. Telcom conglomerates have been lobbying government regulatory bodies to allow them to impose special charges on web owners for internet access speed. Take for instance, Telcom company X makes traffic generally slow across all website traffic. Video or vlog sites that depend on high bandwidth and highspeed access will have […]Read more "Keep the Internet Free but keep Traditional Media alive"