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Incase is perhaps best known for their protective gear for Apple products, like iPhone cases and MacBook sleeves. They also make some terrific bags for our photo tech. Their Camera Collection looks like it was spun off their camera bag partnership with photographer Ari Marcopoulos. Like the Ari Marcopoulos Camera Bag, their Camera Collection boasts handsome, understated good looks, functionality, comfort and durability. The heathered exterior covers a well-protected padded fleece lining with several handy compartments for all types of … Continue reading
Before he began his career as a director of iconic films we love, like Spartacus, Dr. Strangelove, 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Shining and Full Metal Jacket, New York City native Stanley Kubrick was a photographer. He sold his first image to LOOK magazine in 1945 at the age of 17, and continued to work as a New York City-based photographer for the magazine until 1950. Curators at the Museum of the City of New York and VandM have gone … Continue reading
On the drive through the Florida Keys back to Naples from Key West today, we stopped for lunch on Islamorada. This is the view from the café.
In my next life, I want to be my dog. George Hahn | Photography
Ordinarily, you cannot adjust the focus of a picture after it’s taken. Now you can. While a traditional camera grabs a single plane of light, the Lytro captures complete light field data with a single click and no shutter delay. Since Lytro captures all the color, density and direction of the light, the resulting native 3-D image can be refocused after the fact. The square photos taken by the Lytro are small compared to more serious point-and-shoot cameras, and can … Continue reading
I’m a sucker for a flea market. Here in Hell’s Kitchen in NYC, we have the Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market every Saturday and Sunday on West 39th Street between Ninth and Tenth Avenues, weather permitting. Over the years, I’ve found great stuff there. Sometimes I don’t plan on buying anything and end up finding something I can’t live without, like my Hardoy “Butterfly” Chair, my vintage brushed aluminum desk lamp or my favorite fedora (pictured). Even if I don’t actually … Continue reading
A capture of the sturdy and handsome typography of the Pier 40 logo on the West Side Highway at West Houston Street. Link: George Hahn | Photography
Ever wanted to make a photo book out of your Instagram photos? You can. Blurb will take your photos and make them into a physical book. Books are printed in a 7″ x 7″ format, and start at $10.95 for a 20-page, softcover book. Upgrade to hardcover or go up to 240 pages with just a few clicks. Blurb app for iPhone Blurb app for iPad Blurb app online