“I think that a camera is like a gun, sometimes this is preferred but most of the time, it’s sort of obstructive”
Tiny Collective and The Impossible Project Artist Profile: Elif Suyabatmaz from Tiny Collective on Vimeo.
Supporting last week’s announcement of @impossibleproject presenting #aroundtheworldin9days with @tinycollective, we continue our weekly Tiny Talks video series with this week’s feature on @fisheyedreams. // Celebrating the launch of IMPOSSIBLE’s Instant Lab, #aroundtheworldin9days is a touring Instant Lab mobile photography exhibition opening in 9 cities in 9 consecutive days with 10 Tiny Collective members showing a total of 900 unique images all printed directly from iPhone using the Impossible Instant Lab. // June 20 – 28, 2013 New York City / Paris / Los Angeles / Istanbul / Toronto / San Francisco / Dubrovnik / Atlanta / Portland.
AROUND THE WORLD IN 9 DAYS WITH TINY COLLECTIVE & IMPOSSIBLE PROJECT || Video Interview with @100million CRISPIN GILES
Tiny Collective and the Impossible Project present: AROUND THE WORLD IN 9 DAYS WITH TINY COLLECTIVE: A TOURING INSTANT LAB MOBILE PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION New York City / Paris / Toronto / Los Angeles / Istanbul / San Francisco / Atlanta / Dubrovnik / Portland // June 20, 2013 -June, 28, 2013 //
•A nine city touring mobile photography exhibition shot exclusively on iPhone and printed with Instant Lab
•Each of the nine shows in the tour will be curated by Tiny Collective
•The tour will feature the original mobile street photography of all 10 Tiny Collective members
•Every show in the tour will consist of 100 unique images, no show will be the same
• As presenting partner The Impossible Project will anchor their worldwide launch of Instant Lab to Tiny Collective’s existing pool of content
•This partnership will showcase the artistic scope of … Read More »
Like any medium of self expression, whether it’s painting, drawing, playing an instrument…photography is a language, a way of expressing one’s feelings about a situation or a moment, and ultimately being able to encapsulate a story. But does it really matter the means by which we tell that story? Or did technology overshadow the true essence of storytelling? Today, almost any tool is at our disposal in which to tell that story. Everything lies at our finger tips. Does it really matter what filter one uses? Or the type of camera? It’s up to you to discover your tool, your means of capturing a moment and ultimately telling your own story. Koci’s excerpt taps right into that grey zone, where emotion becomes veracity and technique irrelevant. It opens the door to new possibilities and sheds away all the artificial constructs.
“What’s … Read More »
As mentioned on IG, this year I will be at North By North East NXNEi presenting a quick 1 hour workshop talking about Mobile Photography. I will cover subjects such as creativity & inspiration, techniques and basic & fundamental rules of photography as well as the advantages of the medium and much much more.
On June 12th from 12:00 to 1:00 pm
• NXNEi – SHOOTER CULTURE with Bram Timmer
Please visit this link for more info:
If you like this product please visit the KickStarter page here and support the project.
From their page: “The Galileo is a revolutionary, iOS-controlled robotic iPhone platform with infinite spherical rotation capability. Just swipe your finger on the screen of your iPad or other iOS device and Galileo reacts, orienting your iPhone or iPod Touch accordingly. With applications in areas of photography, cinematography, social networking, and video conferencing, Galileo gives iOS devices endless possibilities of remote-controlled motion. Capable of infinite 360° pan-and-tilt at speeds up to 200° per second in any orientation, Galileo is an invaluable tool to everyone from an amateur photographer to the professional cinematographer, and vastly improves the experience of video chat for anyone needing to stay connected.”
Absolutely incredible project!
“This project was created with the same spirit that america was founded on. Our intentions are to connect everyone in america through the lens of this camera and social networking sites. We can’t do this without you. We want to tell your story and show your city or town through photographs of you, and people you know. As we travel around america looking for people and places to shoot you will be able to keep track of where we are going and help us decide where we go next. Join us in our journey by liking our facebook to get yourself photographed by us.”
RESOLUTION VS SPEED
Since we all have our favorite app to shoot with, I wanted to share with you some of my favorite combos of Hipstamatic. Being my camera of choice in almost all circumstances, I got to be around quite a bit so hopefully these tips will help you choose or find the right combination that suits your style.
To start with, I think it’s importnat to be aware of all the possible settings available in Hipstamatic.
Some people may not know that there are 3 settings for the picture quality.
Low, Medium & High.
Those 3 dots on the left side of your lens of choice are indicators to what size and quality of pictures you Hipstamatic will output. If you are a really fast shooter and you like to shoot as much as possible, you might want to compromise the quality of … Read More »
If you wonder how this was shot, search no more. The camera is an OLYMPUS iSpeed 3 that can shoot up to 2000 frames per second at 1280×1024 resolution. A relatively cheaper alternative to the PHANTOM camera.
While many critics find that this camera is more of a experimental toy more that anything else, I believe that this brings a fresh zest of creativity. A few very talented videographers such as Charles Berquist has already put it to the test as you can see in the video above.
The idea of high speed video shooting is not something new, but the fact that these great cameras are becoming more and more accessible to everyone it pushes me to believe that we will see a burst of videos such as this one in the near future. Really looking forward to see how people will make … Read More »
Being trained as a Industrial Designer, I’m alway very excited to see what’s next in the world of photography.
This concept design is very interesting and I would love to see something like that come to fruition. Definitely
keeping a eye out for this.