Zooming out while taking a picture of a Christmas tree.
Since there are a lot of questions regarding the picture here is what he used. Canon T3i, f/7.1, ISO 100, 1.6 second exposure. Using an 18-55mm lens and snapped the zoom out right after hitting the shutter
Insanely realistic bag of crisps drawing
Artist Marcello Barenghi draws a potato chip bag so real looking, you’ll be hunting for the dip.
Posted on Tuesday, October 15th 2013
For the other half, it is over ground. In the frozen winter months the area is almost completely dry and is a favorite site for hikers. As the temperature begins to rise in spring, the ice and snow on the mountaintops begins to melt and runs down into the basin of land below. The waters are at their highest in June when it becomes a mecca for divers keen to explore the rare phenomenon.
What is reddit?
I’ll be showing people who don’t use reddit this, easy to understand explanations rock.
Especially the part where CGP says “Reddit is like life, it is what you make it”. I think this is also true about Facebook, Twitter, etc. Anyone who complains about these sites are lame are basically mostly blaming their own decisions. If for example, your Facebook experience is horrible, it’s probably because your friends are boring. If your Twitter experience is lame, you’re probably following the wrong people. Similarly, if you’re having a bad experience on reddit, you might want to reconsider the subreddits you’re subscribed to.
Posted on Monday, September 9th 2013
The best retiring gift
Posted on Monday, August 12th 2013
A Camera on an Uncles Chest
Captures the pure joy of a childhood game.
Posted on Tuesday, June 25th 2013
It might look like something went horribly wrong in the images above, but the psychedelic colors and patterns are actually deliberate. Peter Hoffman coated his negatives with a tiny bit of gasoline.
After letting it burn for a few split seconds, Peter quickly extinguishes the flame and prints the image from the newly ‘ruined’ negative.
Posted on Tuesday, May 28th 2013
Reblogged from Photojojo!
The ChargeCard is a tiny, credit-card sized USB charging card that slips into a pocket or fits into your wallet, and makes sure you’re never without a USB cable for data or power to keep your phone or other mobile devices juiced up. If you’ve ever wished you had a USB cable handy, or ever had to borrow someone else’s charger, this gadget is for you.
Posted on Friday, May 17th 2013