Imagery

WiSpi EX30 Wireless Spy Cam Keeps an Eye Out For Your Boss

So, you’re chilling out in your cube, looking at porn or playing solitaire, or doing whatever it is you do when you’re supposed to be working. It’d suck to have your boss sneak in while you were slacking away. The WiSpi EX30 from Brickhouse lets you secretly set up a wireless camera within 30 feet of your cube, or wherever ...

Read More »

Photoshopped or Real?

Those jackasses over at Boing Boing Gadgets have done it again. Posted a rad picture with no description. Look, is this really a camera with a damn garden growing out of the lens? It seems entirely plausible. Then again, it could be Joel photoshopping his pubes into sprouts. Link

Read More »

Eye-Fi Pro Released

While amateur photographers have long enjoyed the luxury of the WiFi-enabled Eye-Fi SD card, pros will be happy to know that there’s finally a solution available for them. For $150, you’ll cop a 4GB SD card that supports WiFi uploading, the ability to choose which pictures go where and RAW imaging support. Gizmodo reviewed it and says it’s great, so ...

Read More »

Next-Gen iPod Nano Features Camera… Maybe

According to a super-secret, though allegedly super-accurate, source, the iPod Nano 5G will include a camera, as well as a widened 1.5:1 aspect ratio screen and the traditional click-wheel. The above artistic rendering shows what the fifth-generation iPod Nano will look like. According to the source, you can expect the new Nano to be announced sometime between July and September, ...

Read More »

Light Writing in Abandoned Areas

Flickr user { tcb } searches for abandoned property and then performs some awesome light writing effects. The photos speak for themselves. It seems totally worth it, shooting in an abandoned setting. Not only for freedom and safety sake, but because of the personality the settings ooze through their pores. Each of these settings has a history. And while we ...

Read More »

Hidden Necktie Camera Is Super Tiny

Hidden spy cameras aren’t anything new. You’ve been able to order them out of catalogs and off the ‘net for years now. However, take a look at this necktie. Can you spot the camera? I barely could when I looked at this photo the first time. I’m pretty sure as long as you can manage to keep your tie on ...

Read More »

LAPP: Incredible Light Photography from Deutschland

These guys from Germany do time-lapse photography and use light sticks and such to create beautiful images. It’s been awhile since I’ve seen light art as good as LAPP’s. Sprint-Nextel’s commercials last summer were decent but I think the Germans have us Americans beat on the light art. If you want to try your own light art out, grab a ...

Read More »

We’ve Been Had: Science Proves Tripods Make Camera Shake Worse

Either the Japanese government has something against tripod manufacturers or the photography industry has been pulling the wool over our eyes for a century. A group of Japanese scientists from Nishi Lab of the University of Electrocommunications have determined that photos taken with cameras that are anchored to a tripod typically have more camera shake. A new tool that determines ...

Read More »

Make Your Own Bottle Cap Camera Tripod

You probably wouldn’t believe us if we didn’t have the photographic proof to back it up, but empty soda bottles actually make pretty effective tripods on-the-cheap. While there are gadgets actually made to turn soda bottles into functioning tripods, there is an even easier and cheaper way just to do it yourself, which is so much more fun anyway. You’ll ...

Read More »

35mm Camera Inside 35mm Film Canister: That’s So Meta, Dude

You know something is meta when it’s hard to determine where the meta-ness begins or ends. I mean, which came first? The camera or the film? The sperm chicken or the egg? What would really be trippy is if this 35mm camera was actually inside of a scale sized 35mm film canister. Luckily for our ever-congealing soft and mushy brains, ...

Read More »