But wait! There’s more:
- Brian at Epic Edits shares his thoughts on backing up photos to DVD (and then shares even more tips—he’s a DVD maniac!) and asks whether you love or hate making DVD backups.
- There’s something about cameras that draws kids like a magnet. Teaching a child how to take pictures could be the spark that starts a life-long interest. Photojojo shows us how to lure your kids into the world of photography.
- Moe: Kite photographer revisits cloud land. One day late last month—after waiting since spring for just the right wind—-Wilson walked to the Monona Terrace rooftop. He flew a kite with a camera attached over the lake, taking some 120 images, 15 of which have been stitched together to approximate one of the wide-angle photos taken by Lawrence 100 years ago.
- The Fabric of Brooklyn. “Each image is composited from parts of up to 100 different digital images, and its subjects represent every person to pass through the fixed frame over a span of time – usually 20 – 60 minutes.”
- A service called Spoonflower lets you make custom-printed fabric from your photos. (via Photojojo)
- Technologizer laments the loss of Polaroid but shares new hope for instant photography in the form of the Fujifilm Instax 200 in The Unexpected Return of Instant Photography.
- Some crafty guys over at UCSD found out they could duplicate physical keys (like your car keys) from hundreds of feet away using only a computer and a telephoto lens.
- Hugin 0.7, the free panorama photo stitcher, adds enhancements to make creating panoramas easier (Windows/OS X/Linux).