- Alberto Seveso has created some amazing images by dropping varnish into a fishbowl. The shots take me back to playing with Lego boats + food coloring in the bathtub years ago.
- Canon cannons:
- “I See London, I See France, I See Your Underpants from 32 Miles Away With The Canon 5200mm Ultra Telephoto” [Via Zalman Stern]
- Canon’s limited edition coffee mug swag resembles a lens that resembles a coffee mug. [Via]
- Panasonic brings touchscreens to SLRs: Via the live view, tap a person to focus on/shoot him or her. That strikes me as very cool, given that I’m always pressing halfway to meter/focus, then recomposing and firing. That’s pretty tedious/error-prone with kids.
- Check out the Space Shuttle in colorful bands of atmosphere.
- The Big Picture features Jason Hawkes’s night photography of New York City & Las Vegas from above. It’s cool, though for some reason I don’t find it as compelling as his earlier work over London.
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I’ve loved the ‘touch to focus’ feature on the iPhone since it debuted, so much so that I’ve been hoping it would start making its way into actual cameras. So that’s pretty cool. Now it just needs to find its way into one that’s in my price range (I’m just assuming this one won’t be :P).