The city of Paris as seen through the viewfinder of a Pentax 67. I guess this is cheaper than actually shooting the film! Watch “Paris Through Pentax” below!
File this under ‘D.I.Y.’ and also ‘awesome’. Photographer Alexey Kljatov took an old lens from a Russian Zenit camera, flipped it around backwards, and taped it to a crappy point and shoot camera. Based on that description you would expect some pretty mediocre results, but his macro images of these snowflakes speak for themselves.
Lots more images below!
The future is CRAZY. Ishikawa Oku Lab, at the University of Tokyo, is developing a stationary observation system for high-speed flying objects. In plain English, they’re making an incredible camera that is able to track objects using a series of mirrors! I’m kinda dreading seeing this effect in every music video next year, but really excited to see what else they can do with this.
Watch the video below!
If you’d like to snag both straps leave a comment and tell me the first place you’d take it and what you’d shoot when you got there. (3 winners)
300 Edition Hermès digital rangefinders will ship this summer for $25,000, as well as 100 Série Limitée Jean-Louis Dumas models which will go for $50,000 a pop. I almost think you’re better off not watching this video, it’s just depressing.
Watch the video below (at your own risk)!