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Eric Hines gave the windy city a time-lapse treatment, and the result is pure eye candy. Check out the incredible HD video below!
This is what prompted my question. I never expected Chicago to look like this.
You’ve seen those paper lanterns in stores. Wouldn’t that plain paper look so much cooler with your own colorful photos on them?
We put together a how-to on doing just that! Click the link above to check it out.
If you’re an avid street photographer, approaching that random stranger for a portrait can be quite a daunting task! Jimmy Hickey made this short but sweet video on how to approach those sometimes awkward encounters.
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Say what? You can turn a photo into a watercolor painting? Yep!
The magic lies in masking liquid! It’s what painters use to prevent parts of their paper from getting watercolor on them. Think of it like stenciling.
Thought Catalog recently published “21 Pictures of Cats Being Awsome Way Before the Internet Existed” and the title speaks for itself. Before cats dominated YouTube and desired cheezburgers, lovely felines were the darlings of analogue cameras. Check out the vintage kitties here!
Seen the new Polaroid Z2300 Instant Digital Camera? The 10 megapixel beauty features a “zero ink” internal printer and a 3 inch LCD screen so you can preview your next polaroid moments!
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WHY ISN’T IT CHRISTMAS?
We all know the saying that “behind every great man is a woman”, and for birthday boy, Paul McCartney this certainly rang true with his first wife, famed photographer and animal rights activist Linda McCartney. Aside from starting a beautiful family together, collaborating artistically was also something that the famous couple enjoyed. While their blissful union was cut short because of an illness, they still remain known as one of music’s most famous couples. Here’s a peek at Paul McCartney through Linda’s lens.