In America at least, half of the population loves guns and the other half doesn't. But everyone sure loves their selfie sticks. So why shoot people with guns when you can shoot yourself with a selfie stick?
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These images have been making the rounds, and there's even a Tumblr for them. As usual, attribution of who created which image has become impossible as the photos get endlessly recirculated. So enjoy, and tip your cap to the Photoshoppers who toil in anonymity.
Impossible Project has long been working to breathe new life into instant film photography since Polaroid announced the end of instant film back in 2008. Since stepping in to buy the last remaining Polaroid factory only days before it shut its doors, the company has been committed to reinventing instant
The Hover Camera is a small, dual-camera-equipped quadrotor drone that can be programmed to follow you. In the interest of safety, the entire thing is enclosed inside a carbon fiber cage; in the interest of portability, it folds in half, breaking down to "about the size of a VHS cassette
Finally, an aerial photography option for people who don't care about drones but do like throwing their equipment around! Do you go interesting places and do fun things, but get bored with pictures of your friends and face taken from the same old angles? If so, Birdie is a
Alexey Zakharov brings black-and-white streets to life like you've never seen before
You've gotta see this. Using what we assume was the camera projection feature in 3ds Max, digital artist Alexey Zakharov has created some stunningly real-looking videos of long-gone urban scenes, using scans of old photos of New York, Boston and Washington, D.C. as his starting point. Take a look: