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‘Flutter in Pinhole’ Instant Camera

A clever concept camera that combines retro instant pictures with even more retro pinhole photography. Each camera comes pre-loaded with two sheets of Fuji Film instant film (probably Instax mini ) and easy to follow pictograms on the back. You pop open the camera, open the shutter flap to make the exposure, and then collapse the camera again. The pencil that’s included is then rubbed along the back in one direction to burst the developing paste on the film. Cut in half and you have two photos, one for you and one to send as a post card to a friend. Very clever! I now have a reason to get a pack of that film and mess around with it.

Flutter In Pinhole – Camera Concept by Yoo Geun-hyuk & Yoon Bo-jung




Fujifilm Instant Color Film is an ISO 800 wide picture format integral daylight color film designed for use with Fujifilm instax mini series cameras. This glossy film yields superb results under both daylight and electronic flash conditions. Its improved picture quality and greater ease of use make it ideal for snapshots and portraits. Furthermore, its easy-to-file size makes it an excellent choice for documentary or archival purposes, as well as a wide variety of other applications.
List Price: $20.75 USD
New From: $9.00 USD In Stock
Used from: $13.16 USD In Stock

Posted: December 28th, 2010
at 10:54pm by John

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Categories: Artistic,Cool,Design,DIY,Photography

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HDR Video: The Next Overused Effect?


Shoot the same scene through a beam splitter on two Canon 5D MKII digital cameras. Under expose one camera by two stops, over expose the other by the same. Mix in post with some custom software that compresses the brights and shadows and you have what will probably become the next over used video effect, once the hardware gets sorted out… Read the rest of this entry »

Posted: September 11th, 2010
at 9:02am by John

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Categories: Artistic,Computers,Cool,DIY,Film,Photography,To be used for Evil

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Super 8mm Film, Cameras, Resources and Information

Recording motion in the form of moving pictures has gone through many stages. It started out as chemically processed film and was eventually replaced by analog magnetic tape. As time passed and technology advanced, the magnetic tape was replaced by digital memory devices with no moving parts and a much lower cost. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted: August 25th, 2010
at 11:13pm by John

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Categories: Artistic,Cool,DIY,Film,Fun,Photography

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The Classic Macintosh iPad Stand

A classic Mac used to house iPad

A clever hack that combines a Mac Classic with a brand spanking new Apple iPad. No, the Mac Classic no longer works after this hack but you have to admit that it’s better than leaving to molder on a closet shelf somewhere.

iPad のスタンドを自作してみる – Macintosh iPad Stand | site hirac.
[Translated via the mighty Google so non-Japanese folks can read it]

Posted: June 16th, 2010
at 7:53am by John

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Categories: Apple,Artistic,Cool,DIY,Hacked,Historic,Japan,Mods

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24 Hours Trapped Inside Starbucks

StarbucksA writer spends 24 consecutive hours in a Houston Texas Starbucks and lives to tell about it:

“15 hours, 11 restroom visits, and 16 drinks in. 3:06 PM May 14th via Twitterrific”

At this point, it really felt like I was seeing things. The drinks weren’t the worst part, it was mostly the restroom. My bladder began to hurt. Later, it would go numb.

The Starbucks Experiment: 24 Hours Trapped Inside Starbucks

Posted: May 26th, 2010
at 7:45am by John

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Categories: Artistic,Cool,Dumb

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Space Slug Oven Mitt


Just the thing for your next BBQ, an oven mitt that that is styled after the space slug that tried to eat the Millenium Falcon in “The Empire Strikes Back“. A bit of trivia, the Millennium Falcon’s design was inspired by a hamburger.
Space Slug Oven Mitt
[via Super Punch]

Posted: May 10th, 2010
at 7:58am by John

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