cc licensed ( BY SA ) flickr photo shared by Alan Levine It's been quite a while since I created a Gigapan panorama, the last one maybe in June of 2011 in Golden Colorado. A few weeks later I was at Grand Teton National Park, and after tossing my truck, ...

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This week in ds106, my class starts a week of looking at visual storytelling, primarily in working with their own photographs. For me, this is some of my favorite stuff since I love taking photos. I'd like them all to get better at taking interesting photos, moving from snapshot mentality ...

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cc licensed ( BY NC ND ) flickr photo shared by Stuart`Dootson I remain a big fan of compfight as my favorite tool for finding creative commons licensed photos from flickr. Just tonight I noticed the interface is updated- previously, clicking one of the small icon results launched the photo ...

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You may not be aware of it, but your digital photos have more in them than colored pixels, modern cameras, mobile phones attach extra information that travels with the photo. This came up with discovery because a commenter on my site about returning a found camera asked about finding her ...

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I'm sure someone who knows more about HDR or High Dynamic Range will shoot my stuff down, but I ran a fun photo experiment today (FWIW probably the best HDR tutorial is from Stuck in Customs). Basically it is a way to enhance photos that have a rane of dark and ...

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This year marks the fifth I have run my own "daily photo" project (2011 , 2010 , 2009 , 2008), going back to that first year when D'Arcy Norman had invited others to join along with him. The act of focusing time every day, for over these 5 ...

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It was more than a year ago that I got an email request from Millenium Press asking about license to use one of my Gigapan images for what sounded like an interesting project- they have published the world's largest atlas of the world. Earth Platinum is a printed atlas ...

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Thanks to a tweet from Doug Belshaw I found a nifty service for moving photos between different photo sharing sites- while functionally useful, pixelpipe or http://pi.pe is an interesting model to look at data transfer. https://twitter.com/dajbelshaw/status/231787637093064705 You authenticate with the service via either Facebook or a Google account (I hear you cringing), ...

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cc licensed ( BY NC SD ) flickr photo shared by sgrah I've had mixed success at keeping up with geotagging my trip photos, usually when chided by someone like @windsordi ;-) Frankly, the technology seems 90% there, but for me, has always required just that smidgen of extra effort ...

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cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by Capture Queen â„¢ I find myself surprised to see people expecting rules and structure when not explicitly there- are we that "trained" to act by rules and expect rule makers? Huh? I am talking about the Daily Shoot, man. Frequent CDB readers will ...

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cc licensed flickr photo shared by Leo Reynolds In preparation for the startup of the PLENK2010 open course that starts tomorrow... well shoot, if my patterns are consistent, what am I talking about being prepared? I'll start week one with good intentions and let it drop off the edge of the ...

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