The work was produced via “the Memory Makers project, [which] pairs survivors of genocide with a range of artists, who are responding to their life stories by creating a work of art.”
Snapseed 2.0 is an enormous new release, and along with all the new goodness (non-destructive editing, brushing, healing, masks, new filters, etc.), a few changes have proven controversial. The team is listening (especially via the user forum) and planning improvements.
Among these, we plan to bring back the Grunge filter (not the most widely used tool—hence its removal from v2—but one with a very passionate following). We’ll also offer a way to play nicely with apps (e.g. Lightroom) that don’t yet support iOS 8’s model for non-destructive editing (see previous post). I can’t promise a specific timeframe, but stay tuned.
Thanks for all the feedback to date, and please keep it coming!
Check out the interactive hotness below. Per the Verge:
GoPro just announced that it has purchased Kolor, a French company that specializes in virtual reality software.
Kolor’s software lets users to combine multiple photographs or videos to make 360-degree panoramas and videos, or “spherical content” as the companies call it. The ability to create interactive content is something that GoPro hasn’t been able to directly offer its customers until now, even though many virtual reality content creators are using the company’s cameras.
The NY Times has posted side-by-side interactive photo spheres & satellite images that show the world before & after this weekend’s terrible earthquake. What a heartbreaking tragedy.
Six different masterworks have been reproduced through this technique, and is now being exhibited at the Prado Museum, located in Madrid. This selection is available to touch, with the hope to translate the detail, volume and texture we perceive with our eyes into the tactile language understood by the blind.
There are Lego cars, and then there are Lego cars…
When he was a teenager in Romania, Raul Oaida became obsessed with building things: a jet-engine bike, a tiny spaceship, a LEGO car that runs on air. Why? Well, why not?
[YouTube] [Via Uri Ar]
Hasselhoff. Hitler. Power Glove. You’re welcome.
Detail by crapulent detail, this lovingly art directed video channels the eye-gouging best of the 80’s, complete with multiple Countaches & awful lip syncing:
Consider your week started properly.
[YouTube] [Via Alex Powell]
I love seeing photographers start putting this very rich update through its paces. PetaPixel writes,
Photographer Mark Ryan Sallee of Michromatic just posted this video in which he shares the top 5 new features found in Snapseed 2.0. The 14-minute video covers the bigger view, highlights slider, perspective correction, content aware fill, and edit history.
I can kinda dig this rotoscope-y treatment of some of the past year’s top jams:
““I would argue that the camera industry is healthier than it’s ever been,” says photographer Sven Skafisk, “but the brands we all think of as ‘the camera companies’ aren’t participating.” Check out this pair of charts he showed that first show the sale of traditional digital cameras…
…then show digital camera sales when you factor in smartphones: