We recently showed you the idea of what a instagram camera would look like here. Now, this concept by Markus Gerke shows it reduced down to glasses. The idea is that you can take a picture and apply a filter with your glasses. In effect, you can see the world through instagram filters and share it with everyone. Even though this concept won’t come true, it might have been a big hit with Instagram addicts. Would this be something you would have bought if they were real? [more]
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UPDATE 2: Huffington Post has edited their original article. They now state that the Instagram app deal will close later this year, not the whole app.
In case you were as baffled when you heard that Facebook purchased Instagram for $1 Billion, you weren’t alone. But news today shows the reason. Facebook has announced their next product: Facebook Camera. [more]
The square Instagram App icon has become very well known to most of us. What if it was real? The team over at ADR studios rendered what it would look like if the icon became a real camera. Would it be something that you would buy if it was a possibility?
It’s Friday, have a laugh. The crew over at The Verge put together this video of a (fake) camera that resembles a Polaroid by instantly producing a printed image out of it’s body. This model, made by Instagram, lets you add you own effects for an even more unique look at your images!
I can’t wait to buy one of these and start shooting professional looking wedding photos! [more]
Recently on PBS’ Idea Channel they pose the question, “Is Instagram the Best Thing to Ever Happen to Photography?”
I personally wouldn’t go so far as to say it’s the best thing to ever happen to photography but this entertaining video does a good job at pointing out the benefits of apps such as Instagram. [more]
Facebook just purchased Instagram for 1 billion dollars. Who would have ever thought that an app that simply takes an image, makes that image square, puts a retro filter on the image, and then posts the image to a blog could be worth $1,000,000,000.00. To all of the Instagram users out there; are you excited or terrified about this merger?
[Discussion] Yes, I think Hipstamatic and Instagram are Bullshit but then again… I’m a photographer.
Ok, sure there are some guys like Damon Winter, David Guttenfelder, Teru Kuwayama and Balazs Gardi who have succesfully capitalized off of the novelty of iPhone filters like Hipstamatic and Instagram and produced some compelling works. But I still maintain that the use of iPhone filters, for anything other than fun/novelty shooting, have very little to do with real photography. It’s not the use of an iPhone that I find “cheap” (I think they are brilliant) but the use of cookie cutter filters in place of creativity and light comprehension. I think Sam Biddle over at Gizmodo said it best with… Read the full post here and let the comments fly.
Fstoppers Answers – What Is Your Photo Education? How Important Do You Think Formal Education Is In The Field?
Each and every week, we feature a segment called “Fstoppers Answers“, where we invite our community to ask a question to our writers to answer. This week, you asked “What Is Your Photo Education? How Important Do You Think Formal Education Is In The Field?”
Each week, we have a segment called “Fstoppers Answers” where we invite our community to ask our writers a question pertaining to the industry or their workflow. Last week, you asked “Does Not Having The Latest Gear Make You Feel Less Adequate?” and this week, we want to see your workstations for editing photos and video footage. [more]
It’s not a brand new idea to incorporate printing photos on food. Recently we talked about printing photos on coffee with the selfie-latte, but Boomf takes photo printing a little bit more out of the box. Well, maybe more out of the cup. With this product I will preface with one question: do you like marshmallows? Yes or no, this product is for you.
Location, Location, Location. We’ve heard that for years, but if you’re in the right place with the wrong message and the wrong means, then you’re doing more damage than good for your business. Wedding Photographers know that our target demographic is on facebook, so let me show you why they are and how you can use this to your advantage.
Each week, we ask our staff of photographers and videographers a question pertaining to the industry, from our readers. Last week, we asked “How Do You Balance Your Personal Creativity In Your Paid Work?”. This week, we as “Does Not Having The Latest Gear Make You Feel Less Adequate?” [more]
Every Wednesday, we have a question to ask our writers in a series we call Fstoppers Answers. We encourage the public to ask questions they’d like our staff of professional photographers and videographers to answer. Last week, you asked to hear our worst mistakes, this week you ask “How Do You Balance Your Personal Creativity in Your Paid Work?”
What does it take to be innovative? What can happen when you put your work out there and others see as innovative, or inspiring? Matthew Vandeputte, a photographer and film editor based in Sydney helps answer some of these questions. Yesterday he put out a fantastically well shot and edited motion lapse piece that I think raises the bar, and with
250,000 300,000 views in less than a day, also suggests others feel similarly. What does over 100,000 images look like over the course of 90 seconds? How did he put the piece together? Read on and find out with this exclusive Fstoppers interview.