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High-Tech Glasses That Can Project Photos into Your Eyeball
September 15, 2012 – 7:40 am | No Comment

Here’s a glimpse into what viewing photographs might be like for future generations: Brother Industries is working on a special pair of glasses called the AirScouter that can project images directly into your retina, making …

Neatify Your Transparent Phone Case by Printing Out a Camera
September 14, 2012 – 7:40 am | No Comment

If you desperately want to make your phone look like a camera but our Leica-lookalike skin isn’t right for you, you can try printing out a camera yourself if you have a transparent case for …

Casio EX-H20G Uses Hybrid GPS System to Track Your Location
August 20, 2012 – 7:40 am | No Comment

Just uveiled at Photokina, Casio’s new EXILIM EX-H20G point-and-shoot is a pretty ordinary 14.1 megapixel HD video-capable camera with a trick up its sleeve: a hybrid GPS system for geotagging your photos. Ordinarily cameras geotag …

Use Your Webcam as Scanner Camera
July 1, 2012 – 7:40 am | No Comment

Texas A&M graduate student Roman Kogan has written an interesting program that turns your webcam into scanner camera. This program turns your webcam into a scanner camera, similar to the ones used to record photo …

Film Your Own Avatar with Fujifilms New FinePix Real 3D W3
March 5, 2012 – 7:40 am | No Comment

About a year after launching the first mainstream stereoscopic digital camera, the FinePix Real 3D W1, Fujifilm has just announced its successor: the FinePix Real 3D W3. This new camera boasts 720p video recording, allowing …

Casio Announces Compact Camera That Can Improve Your Golf Swing
February 16, 2012 – 7:40 am | No Comment

With a select few companies currently dominating the digital camera scene, less popular brands are forced to come up with creative ways to capture market share. One possible way is to introduce esoteric features that …

How to Build Your Own Tilt-Shift Lens for Just $10
February 3, 2012 – 7:40 am | No Comment

Tilt-shift lenses are usually pretty pricey, so many people fake the effect during post-processing by selectively blurring sections of their photographs. There’s even simple web-apps that can add such blur to give your photographs a …

How to Skydive Out Your Front Door
January 27, 2012 – 7:40 am | No Comment

Freddy Wong’s YouTube channel is a must-subscribe if you’re interested in video editing and home-brewed CGI. A couple months ago we featured an amazing video they made where an entire action scene was done using …

Create 360 Degree Panoramas by Sweeping Your iPhone
January 10, 2012 – 7:40 am | No Comment

Many of Sony’s new digicams have a nifty “Sweep Panorama” feature that allows you to create panoramas of up to 224 degrees by sweeping your camera across a scene. The camera then takes the numerous …

What Laser Light Can Do to Your Precious DSLR Sensor
December 24, 2011 – 7:40 am | No Comment

We all know pointing your DSLR directly at the sun for extended periods of time isn’t too healthy for your sensor, but what about laser lights like the ones used at concerts? Turns out those …

How to Convert a Holga Lens for Your DSLR for Toy Camera Fun
October 13, 2011 – 7:40 am | No Comment

I have been using Holgas on and off for many years, and I have always had the idea of how to make it digital. There are many current options one being strapping a medium format …

Photozini Helps You Easily Make a Magazine from Your Photos
October 3, 2011 – 7:40 am | No Comment

Companies that help you print and make things with your photographs are a dime a dozen, but Photozini‘s super easy magazine creation process caught our eye. Their goal seems to be to take all the …

Solar Camera Strap That Charges Your Camera as You Shoot
September 29, 2011 – 7:40 am | No Comment

What if you could keep your camera charged all day while shooting outdoors using the power of the sun? That’s the idea behind this conceptual camera strap designed by Weng Jie. The solar panels built …

How to Make Your Own Demb Diffuser with Common Household Items
September 20, 2011 – 7:40 am | No Comment

Recently I came across the Demb flash diffuser while reading a review of the best flash diffuser over at photo-tips-online.com. After seeing the Demb diffuser at the top of the list, I went to Amazon …

How to Make Your Own Photographic Negative Business Cards
September 8, 2011 – 7:40 am | No Comment

Editor’s note: The creative photographic negative business card idea that we shared recently was pretty popular with our readers. Here we’ve asked Steph Goralnick to share how exactly it was made in case you want …

New Flickr Feature Makes it Easier to Make Money with Your Photos
September 6, 2011 – 7:40 am | No Comment

Flickr has just announced a new feature that lets you to add a “Request to License” link to all of your photos stored on the service, allowing visitors who wish to license your photos to …

MacWorld: Protect Your Photo Rights Online
August 1, 2011 – 7:37 am | No Comment

MacWorld just posted an informative article summarizing ways to protect your copyright online. They address the concerns photographers are having with Facebook.
Read the entire article HERE.http://www.macworld.com/article/155421/2010/11/protectyourimages.html
Check out the original source here.

Quick Poll: Do You Use Your dSLR for Video
July 30, 2011 – 7:37 am | No Comment

We’ve been developing plans for a new digital SLR video section on Mac Create, along with new tutorial videos. So we’re wondering-do you use (or plan to use) your SLR for video? Take our poll …

EyeSeeCam Tracks Your Gaze to Capture What You See
June 23, 2011 – 7:40 am | No Comment

You’ve probably seen head-mounted cameras that capture point-of-view photos or videos before, but EyeSeeCam takes the POV concept to a new level. It’s a unique gaze-driven camera that focuses on whatever your eyes are looking …

Store Your Photographs on USB Cufflinks
June 12, 2011 – 7:40 am | No Comment

Here’s a unique way to keep your photographs close at hand (literally): USB flash drive cufflinks. Removing the lid on each cufflink reveals at 2GB flash drive, for 4 gigs of total storage. They’re available …