wow. Polaroid sold to the majority shareholder of The Impossible Project
Yes, still alive, but with my free time I’ve been doing more photography. Have a few projects and haven’t given up on them, so don’t give up. I’m still here.
For my latest photography check photo.ennev.net
It’s sad, but it had to happen, I wonder who will that it on. I think both ilford and fuji are profitable with theirs film business.
Check the article on CNN: money.cnn.com/2012/08/24/news/companies/kodak-film/index.html
I have decided to spawn my photography stuff into a new blog and keeping this one exclusively for tech, it does not mean that I will never talk imagery, but will probably be more about the hardware/software than the picture taking itself.
So feel free to visit: http://photo.ennev.net/
Thanks to wordpress multi-site features 🙂
Read that on CNET this morning. As a big user and lover of Flickr, that’s a great news!
Flickr’s overhaul holds promise of restored glory
In the summer of 2006, the biggest Pinhole camera in the world was built in an aircraft hangar in Irvine, California, USA. But it wasn’t just the biggest Pinhole camera ever – It’s also approved by the Guinness Book of Records as being the world’s largest camera of any kind AND it took the largest photo in history! This work of art was called ‘The Great Picture’ – Read on to find out more about the stunning achievement.
In 2 words it has now the “face recognition” so I played with it and it’s fun.
The only bad things i can say it’s that is kind of slow with RAW files. Unfortunately this is how i take 99% of my pictures. But yeh! it work fine, you have to expect any application to work slower on RAW files. You gain in details retention but you lose on storage and processing time.