Lytro Illum camera is the first high-end camera to capture the entire light field. I came across a great deal on Geeky Gadgets Deals store today for the Lytro Illum camera, it is available for $369.99. The original price was $1,299.99, thats about 71% discount. I never thought the price will drop this low. Watch the video below to learn more about… Continue reading Great Price for the Lytro Illum Camera
Norwegian design studio Skrekkøgl place a massive sculpted 50 Cent coin alongside a full-sized objects to make them appear like tiny scale models. They shot the objects from above with a tilt-shift lens.
A picture of the Kuwait National Assembly building that creates the illusion of looking down at a miniature-scale model. The photo was taken with my Samsung Galaxy S5.
The tilt-shift photography its more fun to watch because it makes a normal real-life scene look like it’s actually built out of miniatures. Like in this beautiful tilt-shift time-lapse of the old cities of the Netherlands, created by filmmaker Pengcheng He. The video “7685 Frames of Netherlands” is shot in Delft, Rotterdam and Amsterdam
A beautiful photo of Souk Al Bahar overlooking the majestic Dubai Fountain near the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa. I took this photo in October 2012.
LYTRO ILLUM is the first high-end DSLR-Like camera that uses the power of light field – capturing the direction, color and brightness of the rays of light within the frame, allowing users to refocus their photos after taking them. The Illum has a zoom range of 30 – 250mm and a wide f/2 aperture. The camera will go on… Continue reading Lytro Illum: Lets You Refocus Photos After You Take Them
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 Filippo Rivetti has put together an amazing tilt-shift video shot around the beautiful city of Sydney. The video is filmed on a Canon EOS 5D Mark III and EOS 7D digital SLRs, is absolutely incredible.