You’ve probably seen many star trail photos, but have you ever seen a sun trail? Here is 13 minutes of sunrise in four pics layered on top of each other. The shots were taken using an eight-stop graduated density filter.
Some globally respected photographers and critics think Instagram destroys the integrity of quality images.
Others feel the rise of Instagram pollutes traditional social network streams.
Critics decry the mobile photo network because it filters most images with a vintage Poloroid look, the resulting widespread proliferation of Instaphotos across social networks, and/or the additional doctoring that occurs through a variety of apps like Snapseed and Camera+.
Overall, critics feel that consumer access to cheap imaging technologies makes the general state of photography stale, repetitive, and watered down.
At the epicenter of Twitter marketing (and bad jokes) are hashtags. Hashtags have become dominant in the stream, depicting events, twitter chats, initiatives, and more. Yet, much has been said about how Twitter has become too noisy and commercialized. Enter… Read More »Filtering Out the Hashtag Economy