Dogs caught camwhoring

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By Low Lai Chow in New Trends on Thursday 11 April 2013

Caught ya red-handed, dog. These pictures we’ve found surfacing online of preening, pouty pups photographing themselves might just be evidence that the doggie selfie is now taking off in a way we didn’t see coming.

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The future of Instagramm

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By Paul-Ruben Mundthal in New Trends on Monday 21 January 2013

Using the high technologic advantages of the 21st century we all use smartphones to document our everyday life. All the time you find new apps that pimp your camera to create new visual types of photography. Some of them might be useful like self-timer or snapseed for quick postprocess, others are more a pain in the ass like instagramm itself.

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Lytro Camera: change your perspective after the shot

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By Savannah Van der Niet in Tech on Wednesday 5 December 2012

To a photographer, perfectly focused images every time might make your heart flutter and knees go weak. Due to Lytro’s new 3D image technology, it’s not so unrealistic. The new Lytro camera captures all light in the frame, creating a 3D image that can be focused to any point in that image in post production. […]

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Finally, cameras that let you upload photos instantly

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By Low Lai Chow in Tech on Tuesday 18 September 2012

Getting camera photos online has always been roundabout: download to a computer, then upload online. Blame it on how slow camera manufacturers have been to catch on to the Internet connectivity game.

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iPhone Lens Dial case lets you shoot with 3 lenses

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By Low Lai Chow in New Photography on Saturday 4 August 2012

Never mind that the iPhone has a decent camera. The Lens Dial case by Photojojo offers aspiring iPhoneographers a three-lens optical system for fisheye, wide angle and telephoto. Plus, it is crafted from aircraft-grade aluminum and comes with two tripod mounts, one for portrait and one for landscape shots.

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La Sardinia: a DIY analogue film camera

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By Tanja M. Laden in New Products on Tuesday 31 July 2012

While former film heavyweights continue to struggle in the face of the so-called digital revolution, Lomography continues to build a business based solely on analog photography. Its success is mostly due to the fact that Lomos are cheap, user-friendly, and adorable — qualities one usually doesn’t associate with cameras, digital or otherwise.

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Students swallow 5mm film squares to shoot their insides

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By Joshua Bond in New Art on Friday 8 June 2012

Human cameras? I know right! Photography students Luke Evans and Josh Lake ate 35mm film squares, letting their bodies do the rest. This created some very impressive results. Once the film was retrieved, they were examined and scanned using an electron microscope. Wow.

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Bendable SLR camera by Arti Patel

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By Low Lai Chow in New Products on Friday 13 April 2012

SLR cameras are pretty solid beasts that deliver pretty pictures. Thing is, they are bulky and aren’t very exciting to use, are they? Designer Arti Patel has a solution: his All-Round SLR Camera comes with a flexible mesh camera body that can be bent in any direction up to 360 degrees and an OLED display screen for unlimited framing.

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Adrian Hanft

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By Ben Keys in New Photography on Wednesday 15 July 2009

Colarado photographer Adrian Hanft creates images that are charmingly imperfect, employing a huge collection of vintage cameras that he modifies at home, or occasionally builds from scratch. He recently created a series of solargraphs — exposures that last from hours to months – using pinhole cameras, and in the past has fashioned his own equipment from Lego blocks, with startling results.

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Lomo Pop 9 camera

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By Michelle Wilding in New Products on Sunday 28 December 2008

Don’t carry nine cameras around. Grab this Lomography Pop 9 camera and embrace the Andy Warhol in you. It comes equipped with nine internal lenses to create a unique pattern-repeating portrayal of the same object being captured. The Pop 9 is artsy and fun, but don’t expect the power and creative control of a digital […]

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Paul Smith limited edition Fisheye No2 camera

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By Derrick Stembridge in New Products on Tuesday 11 November 2008

Are you into wide angles? Then you might want to check out the new Paul Smith limited edition Fisheye No2 camera. Paul Smith collaborated with Lomography cameras to make this special item, which has a 180 degree wide-angle view and amazing fish-eye barrel distortion. Included is a bulb setting for long exposures and a switch […]

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Fun fisheye digital camera

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By Derrick Stembridge in New Design on Tuesday 4 November 2008

The Fun Camera by designer Jian Guan features a 16mm mirrored lens, which can also be replaced with standard lenses. Guan took his inspiration for the design from a magnifying glass. It’s a great concept and  would be a lot of fun to use.

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Lomo’s Fish Eye 2 camera

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By Michelle Wilding in New Products on Monday 27 October 2008

If you’re a camera fiend, you’ll love this baby. Lomo’s Fish Eye 2 camera literally allows you to capture the hottest images on film via a 180 degree wide-angle view, coupled with stunning fisheye barrel distortion. Enhanced with a full metal body and a bulb setting for long exposures, the Fish Eye 2 is way […]

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Demekin 110m camera

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By Zolton in New Photography on Sunday 14 September 2008

The Demekin is an ultra compact camera with a preference for wide angles. It is the world’s first 110mm film camera with the fisheye lens, which gives each shot a soft focus, creating a gentle curve within the frame. We have them in the Lost At E Minor store for just $55.

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