We are extremely pleased and excited to announce that the latest issue of Resource Magazine is here! It has been distributed all over New York City, as well as San Francisco, Los Angeles, Miami, and Chicago.
Don’t just stand there: run out to the nearest studio, lab, equipment rental house, or newsstand to get your hands on a copy. If you can’t stand to wait to get a physical copy (we don’t blame you), you can subscribe online too!
Don’t miss out on all the goodness we have to share:
- Our mouth-watering PPE recap
- An interview with Ed James, photography sensation
- A comprehensive guide to production in Barcelona
- An exploration of the Bron users universe
- A breakdown of the specs, pros, and cons of the most popular digital cinema cameras
…and much, much more! The Winter 2012 issue of Resource Magazine is something you don’t want to miss.
These are awesome. Swedish artist Sanna Dullaway digitally modified several famous photographs that were shot in black and white to make them in full color. She presents the original and the colored versions side-by-side, and the results are striking.
What do you think? Does the color make the images more powerful? The portraits more real? Or should she have left well enough alone? Examples below, full gallery HERE.
Heads up to iPhone users: now you can project all of those Instagrammed photos of you and your friends drinking PBRs right onto the wall of your Brooklyn apartment!
Check it: Sanwa came up with a projector, the 400-PRJ011, that can be attached to an iPhone 4 or 4S. The projector won’t drain your phone either, it’s powered by its own battery and will even charge your phone while not projecting. It provides 2.5 hours of projection, so you can wow your family with your hiking trip photos til the cows come home if you wish. The projected images are 65 inches at 640 x 360 resolution, and is already available in Japan for $260, global release date TBD.