Posts under ‘photo’

Christine’s Cracked Screen Wallpaper

A few weeks back, Christine accidentally dropped her Nexus 4 down a big ass hill [edit: Christine wants me to mention it hit a lot of rocks]. The screen cracked and the phone was totally shot, so she ditched it for a Nexus 5. The first thing we did with her new camera was photograph […]

Know And Tell: a series of creative workshops

As I’ve bounced around from hobby to hobby throughout the years, there’s always been someone there to help show me the ropes. Online or in person, the creative community is filled with people who love to help. That’s why I wanted to try doing my own series of workshops called Know and Tell. Each Wednesday […]

American Analog: Couple’s Roll #4

Without wasting any time, Christine and I shot another “Couple’s Roll” last week on an expired roll of 800 ISO film. For those unfamiliar, the idea is simply that one of us shots a whole roll of film, then passes it to the other to shoot on top of. These random double exposures are the […]

American Analog: Couple’s Roll #3

Christine and I have really enjoyed shooting our “couple’s rolls”. These are just rolls of film that I shoot on then re-load into the camera for Christine to shoot on top of, resulting in double exposures with surprising results. Here’s our newest roll, shot on my Ricoh R1 and some Tri-X film over the course […]

Was the Mona Lisa intended to be stereoscopic?

Did you know there are two almost identical versions of the Mona Lisa? No? Me neither. Long story short, some scientists scanned an “insignificant” painting and found that beneath many layers of paint sat an almost identical copy of Da Vinci’s masterpiece. Upon further study, it appears the second version was painted from a slightly […]