Glide Multi Format Camera System

•May 9, 2006 • Leave a Comment

Glide Camera

This camera is for you only if your very serious about photography. The GILDE 66-17 MST Super 3D is simply amazing. It shoots on 120/220 film (kept in a removable magazine for easy ISO swapping mid roll) in formats from the traditional square 6×6 to the mega panoramic 6×23. It will even accept a variety of stereo lens boards. And if that isn’t enough, it will also do tilt shifting to correct perspective distortions. This is some serious camera hardware! A base camera will set you back about 4,000 Euros, fully loaded runs around 20,000 Euros. To me, if I had the money, it would be a perfectly fantastic camera. It’s got all the bells and chrome you could want in a medium format camera.

Glide Camera System

Bel’s House of Rendered Women

•January 19, 2006 • Leave a Comment


If you have ever wanted to know what is going on in the world of computer generated images this is a good place to start. Some of the pictures here will have you wondering if they are photos of real women or not. Make sure to click the link under each photo you like, that takes you to the artists page.
Bel’s House of Rendered Women

35mm Lego Camera

•January 19, 2006 • 1 Comment


Thoughts About Photography: 35mm Lego Camera

Green

•January 19, 2006 • Leave a Comment


Some very impressive photos…
green

Grand Illusions

•December 24, 2005 • Leave a Comment


Now this is clever, use a plant and some iodine as a photographic medium.
Grand Illusions

DIY Diffuser

•November 2, 2005 • Leave a Comment

A nice way to soften the effects of an on camera flash is to add diffusion to it. Here is a handy little one made out of a slide box that fits on a Nikon D70.

Lists and Diagrams: Diffuser.

Mannequin Series

•October 31, 2005 • 1 Comment


From the site:

“there is absolutely no airbrushing or digital manipulation in the photos on this page. The magic of these photos is the meticulously planned image alignment. I shot these using film, locking the camera to a tripod and then taking two photos one after the other. It’s old-school photo montage, nothing more.”

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