Tag archive for photography

Michron: Timelapse for Everyone

Michron is a device that plugs into your camera and allows you to take timelapses. This kind of device is called an intervalometer. Michron is special because it has no buttons or screens; instead the user interface is the Michron App on your smart phone (Android or iPhone).
Once you’ve created your settings in the app, upload them by plugging your phone into Michron with the programming cable. After you have uploaded your settings, you can disconnect your phone. Michron will perform completely on its own. Once Michron is plugged into the trigger port, it will tell your camera to take photos according to your settings. And don’t worry, Michron’s battery has a life of over 2500 hours, meaning you will probably never have to replace it (and if you do, it’s easy to replace).

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Hasselnuts: Hasselblad Camera + iPhone DigitalBack Kit

HASSELNUTS is the world’s first iPhone mount kit which converts the legendary Hasselblad V-system film cameras into a digital camera with an iPhone. The authors preserved the beauty of Hasselblad V-system cameras.and, at the same time, kept good quality photos and affordable cost.

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The Lomography Petzval Portrait Lens

In the 19th Century, the vast majority of photos were shot with the extremely popular Petzval lens. The lens was invented by Joseph Petzval in Vienna in 1840 and had a huge impact on the development of photography. Photos shot with a Petzval lens are immediately recognizable for their sharpness and crispness, strong color saturation, wonderful swirly bokeh effect, artful vignettes and narrow depth of field.

For this Kickstarter project, Lomography is reinventing the Petzval Lens for 21st century photographers and videographers. The brand new Lomography Petzval Portrait Lens is designed to work with Canon EF and Nikon F mount cameras. So, for the first time, you can easily get the fantastic Petzval photographic look with 35mm analog cameras and DSLR cameras too. This will bring with it a whole new world of possibilities; from shooting Petzval photos with your 35mm SLR or DSLR to creating amazing DSLR movies with the lens.

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Talenthouse: unique platform for creative people

Information about the organization Talenthouse is a global social networking website and marketing platform functioning in six languages. Talenthouse addresses artists working in design, music, film, fashion, art, dance and photography as well as their supporters. Through Talenthouse artists can connect to each other]and launch their…

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Lumu – Bringing Light Meter to the 21st Century

Lumu is the light meter for the iPhone and Android for photographers. It features the best light meter in comparison with iPhone or even some reflex cameras. This device is synchronized with a special mobile app.

Lumu’s app enables the light meter to use all the features smartphones already have. By saving it to a cloud users are able to track their progress. All the data is saved about the moment shot is taken : location, voice record, note, picture, photo parameters, and many more.

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ONDU Pinhole Cameras

A pinhole camera is a camera that uses a pin sized hole to produce an image; there are no lenses involved in this kind of photography. Because of its high aperture, the images produced create effects that no other lens based camera can achieve.

One of the smallest and lightest cameras around, ONDU is still durable enough to outlast any of its digital counterparts. It has a pinhole size of 0.20 mm, a focal length of 25 mm, and it comes with a standard tripod mount.

This is a multi-format all-in-one camera that can take 6 x 6, 6 x 9, and 6 x 12 images.

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Spinpod: Seamless panoramic & motion time-lapse photography

The Spinpod is a patent pending slim motion control unit designed for iPhones, android phones, and cameras. It lets everyone, not just professionals and high end users, take seamless panoramic pictures and dynamic motion time-lapse videos. Due to its small size and durability it can easily be taken everywhere including camping, hiking, to parties, or the beach.
In panoramic mode, the Spinpod continuously rotates while a phone constructs a panoramic picture. In time-lapse mode, the Spinpod makes tiny rotational steps (~0.06 degrees/step) at a variety of time intervals set by the user.

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