Anonymous asked: Please credit photos used with artist's name. A simple and respectful request. Jack Long Photographer.
Speed of Light Lingers in Face of New Camera →
soupsoup: More than 70 years ago, the M.I.T. electrical engineer Harold (Doc) Edgerton began using strobe lights to create remarkable photographs: a bullet stopped in flight as it pierced an apple, the coronet created by the splash of a drop of milk. Now scientists at M.I.T.’s Media Lab are using an ultrafast imaging system to capture light itself as it passes through liquids and objects, in...
SNAPSHOTS: Next time you get hassled by the police →
franklieu: hunnitmillion replied to your link: Busting Myths About Model Releases while this may be true, it’s a different story when you’re being questioned by the police. Print out this Federal Protective Service Information Bulletin and keep it in your camera bag. This official homeland security document emphasizes “the public’s right to photograph the exterior of federal facilities” from...
Busting Myths About Model Releases →
franklieu: Fact #1: You do not need a model release to take pictures. Nuff said. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. Everyone in the world has a camera on their phones, and photos are taken constantly. You don’t need someone’s permission to take their pictures. Now, just because you might eventually intend to sell your photos has nothing to do with the ability to take pictures in the first...
thedailywhat: Very Short Film of the Day: And now, How to Lose $2,400 in 24 Seconds by Kurtis Hough. (Preemptive answers: A Canon 5D Mark II; Cannon Beach, Oregon; yes.) [@alex_ogle.]