An extraordinary high quality color pictures of Riyadh in 1950, taken by Dr. Darrell Crain. The photos came from the Crain family who donated the photos to the Washington D.C. public library. Dr. Crain was an American doctor who was brought to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in April 1950 to treat the late founding King Abdulaziz… Continue reading Stunning High Quality Color Photos of Saudi Arabia in 1950s
Just like with global passport power, car insurance website Captain Compare has created an interactive site that ranks driving licences around the world by their overall power, based on their permissions and restrictions. The greater the power the fewer restrictions you will face when driving abroad. According to the website, the UK and France (97)… Continue reading The Most Powerful Driving Licenses Around The World
Artist Nicholas Rougeux has created “Colors of World Flags,” an art print that features 272 different world flag by color combinations. The wonderful art print is available for purchase as a poster in different sizes online at Zazzle. via: Laughing Squid
VideoLab posted a video that showcases what DC Comics superhero film Man of Steel would have looked like with the natural color and brightness. Watch the two clips of the original movie with the digitally altered version in the video below.
Photoshop Mix is a cloud-based image editing app for quick and straight forward editing. It takes technology from Photoshop and makes it really easy to use. Mix is compatible with Adobe Photoshop CC. The free iPad app let you combine and cut out images, apply looks, and make non-destructive edits to your image. If you like Photoshop… Continue reading Adobe Photoshop Mix: Easy Photo Editing App
Filmmaker Geoff Tompkinson took a trip through New York City most popular places, capturing the city with his special hyper-lapse technique and presenting the Big Apple in a whole new perspective. In the video, New York Noir, Tompkinson combined time-lapse and hyper-lapse techniques with a monochrome and selective colour treatment.
Photographer Lucas Zimmermann shot these mesmerizing photos of a trio of traffic lights near Weimar, Germany on a foggy night. Photos are available on Society6.
This image looks like a black and white modern day photo with color splash effect. It’s a high resolution vintage photo taken by Stanley Kubrick in the 1940s in New York City. Although Stanley has a verity of photos to choose from, I find this photo very mysterious with a great sense of style and class to it. My first approach was to paint the whole image,… Continue reading Colorized Photo: Lady in Red