Posts Tagged ‘harinezumi’

A Glitch Primer: Editing Image Files With Text Editors

I’ve shared a bunch of glitch-art posts on this blog, including this recent list of iOS glitch apps, so I thought it would be cool to share a little tutorial on how to create your own glitch art using an incorrect editor technique. For a lot of us, glitch-art is something we create with the […]

The Sun&Cloud: a rechargable digital camera by Superheadz

You may have already noticed that I’m a fan of the Digital Harinezumi by Superheadz. It’s close to everything I could want in a casual street camera… but it’s a battery hog. The Harinezumi eats CR2 batteries for breakfast, and at $9 a pop, that’s not cheap. So I was stoked when I had a […]

Zumi Week: Monochrome (Low Res)

This week I’m posting a series of posts about the Digital Harinezumi. See them all here. Yesterday I posted some high res (2048 X 1536) black and white images from my digital Harinezumi, so today I wanted to share some low-res shots to see if we could spot a difference. First off, I have to […]

Me and my Zumi

The Digital Harinezumi is a small digital camera that shoots like a toy camera. The lens gives similar “plastic” feel as a Holga, but with a lo-fi aesthetic from the “perfectly flawed” processing chip. I got one of the first generation Zumi’s from Photojojo a year back. Though I thought shooting video in low light […]