Absolutely loving these…
First thing I noticed was how lightening fast it is compared to iPhoto. It’s blazing!! But just scanning through the photos I noticed a small red pin next to images I’d taken with my iPhone.
Turn outs that Picasa now has a ‘Places Panel’ which uses Geotagging data to show where your photo was taken. Picasa will write the longitude and latitude to the photo’s EXIF metadata. You can also view the data (GPS Latitude and Longitude) of a geotagged image in Picasa by selecting Properties.
The integration is really nice too.
This short film was shot in LA with available light on the new Canon 1D MK4 HDD-SLR camera.
Not a single external light source was used / added.
They used Canon and Carl Zeiss lenses and it was graded using Magic Bullet.
This is has been getting loads of coverage but what it does it pretty mind boggling so I wanted to share.
Created by Computer Science & Technology student at Tsinghua University and the National University of Singapore, Photosketch lets you draw outlines with labels, then some seriously clever software takes over and matches real life images to create your composite.
The video explains it better.
This is so cool.
Read more and download the wallpaper!
Brilliant 3-frame animated photos from Jaime Martinez.
Balcon II, 2001 by Philippe Ramette in Hong Kong
Tim Walker for Hermes Spring Catalogue of 2009