“Practice, prophecies and beyond” truly described the contents of the conference. I attended the conference to gain good, practical, hands on information about 3D-scanning. Since I have this weak spot in my heart for the museums[…]
It is easy to see that smartphone ecosystem has the potential to become the main player, what comes to technological innovation of video- and photography.
During the last two+ years I have been working with brilliant ceramic artist Eeva Jokinen in a process called artwork exchange. The idea was that three times a year we met and exchanged work of[…]
As was more or less to be expected Lytro® did take their technology to movies. Lytro® Immerge camera takes steps into cinematic virtual reality world by combining light field technology introduced in their previous more[…]
I must admit. I confess. I also think that one of the most meaningful quality of photography is it´s indexicality. Something has happened somewhere, sometime and photographer has captured that moment with help of the[…]
Aerial photography has traditionally been a speciality and possibility to only few. Technically challenging and very expensive. Pilot and plane or helicopter, tedious careful planning and quick execution accordingly. Leaps made in unmanned drone technology[…]
After humans took possession of fire, artificial light has been inseparable part of our life. First it provided not only warmth and possibility to cook our food, but also circle of light that kept the[…]
Image courtesy: Light (http://light.co/) New cameras using computational technologies are emerging slowly into the market. Light.co company announced their first camera L 16 last month in October 2015. While there has been some serious signs[…]