What does a bullet impact look like at 1,000,000 frames a second?
This came to me via another blog I follow: Make:
I am amazed at this video, the precession of several of the shots, getting the camera at the right place at the right time. Getting bullets to hit bullets. One thing […]
I have a project that I have been working on for quite some time now. It is not done, but I am not sure that it will ever be done. Still I thought that it may be time to mention it on my blog. It will give you an idea of what I am up […]
National Geographic has posted an Infinite Photograph which is basically a recursive photo-mosaic. Worth checking out. You can even submit your own photographs to be included.
It was doughnut day at work today. In the email to announce the location of the doughnuts was this picture:
I just wanted to share. 🙂
I took my son out to a few places in Seattle today to take pictures. One place we went to was Volunteer Park. Here we took in the conservatory, climbed the water tower and took some pictures of the view.
I am quite enjoying some of the things you can do with Microsoft […]
I am enjoying this PhotoSynth. Earlier I created a synth of a church building on Queen Anne in Seattle built in 1926. It was once a Church of Christ Scientist but recently bought by the Seattle Church of Christ on August 31st 2007
I am sorry, I know that PhotoSynth does […]
I came across an old pier as I was driving about looking for things to take pictures of. This caught my attention so I had to capture it.
I have it posted on the Photosynth site so it can be explored. I would love to know the story for this place. If you […]