What I saw somewhat recently #86: September 11, 2021
I was recently able to jump on a train and photograph the Engineer. Look for that in my portfolio when I develop the film. Speaking of my photography portfolio, I’ve added several portraits including Max, Anthony, Zombie, and Bill. My goal is far more portraits moving forward. I’d love your feedback on them! You can also see them on Instagram.
Now, lets get to the links. There are going to be a lot!
- Vacuum Wars – Looking to purchase a vacuum? Look through these reviews.
- Summer Grill – Lovely stop-motion animation. I can’t imagine how much work this sort of thing is.
- Hiding images in glass – Impressive science. I love light.
- Climate Change Photography Essay – Via Photoshelter. Cool layout and display of these images. See also, behind-the-scenes of this work.
- Monty Don’s tips and advice – A blog-ish monthly essay from Monty Don – our favorite TV gardener.
- 75-inch TV as a computer monitor – I can see myself wanting this in the future.
- The Struggle to Right Oneself – Photo set from Kerry Skarbakka.
- Tania Rascia personal blog – Cool redesign of a personal blog to look like VS Code.
- PairPlay – An app that allows you to play adventures by sharing AirPods with a partner.
- This tweet
- The Perseids – Stunning photo composite.
- Impressive walking maps – Cool animation. I should make one of these for my hikes over the last several years.
- Shooting with wet plate – Good video overall. But notice how incredibly good the exposure, sharpness, and depth-of-field the example photo from 1870 is. It shows you that right from the beginning there were masters of the craft.
- Somewhere Along The Line – Beautiful photoset from Joshua Dudley Greer.
- Loot – I realize many reading this are dead-set against NFTs. However, you have to admire the simple yet genius fallout surrounding crypto.
- Serenity OS – I’d love to find a cheap PC and load this.
I have more but they will have to wait until next time!