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Thanks to recent improvements in smartphones and their photo-taking capabilities, no longer are the days where a photo snapped via your mobile phone leaves you wishing your paparazzi-sized SLR was in reach.
There’s a new website out there for photo-fanatics (or the easily distracted), that allows anyone with a camera phone and mobile internet service to anonymously upload pictures to their page.
Amazing photographers are out there on the web, and Rotterdam-based photographer and blogger Pieter Wisse is tracking them down.
If you’ve got a sweet tooth and are handy in the kitchen, hit this blog for some delicious (and delicious-looking) pastry recipes.
When you need a comfort-food fix, head to this blog to get your fill of tasty Texan recipes and great anecdotes.
As a kid, I was obsessed with photography (still am, really), and one of my favorite things was to create photographic light sculptures by leaving the shutter open and then “painting” in the frame with a sparkler or flashlight.
The idea is a simple one: Grab an old photograph of yourself, and take a new one in the exact same pose.
Picnik, currently at #42 on our Photo 100 list, is being purchased by Google. As the company noted in a blog post, “More than ever before, people are sharing and storing their photos online.
Cameraphones have typically been used for throwaway photos, but that’s all changing now, and there’s no better place to see this in action than the stunning, beautifully designed book by photographer Chase Jarvis, “The Best Camera Is the One That’s with You.”