Posts Tagged “photography”
by Matt Wharton on August 27, 2007
This is pretty damn cool and clever technology. The image resizing results produced in the demo video are frankly quite amazing.
by Matt Wharton on August 26, 2007
The result is a very different view of Lions to that you get on typical wildlife tv shows.
|Lions are not polite eaters—they grab as much as they can for themselves in a pretty direct competition with the other lions. Usually one of the pride males shows up and when he does the females give it him a very berth—he can attack or maim them at any moment. If they want to eat close to him they approach carefully and try to mollify him with some social greeting and flirting. Cubs are usually a bit more tolerated by the male, but even they risk pushing too far. Cubs are quite enthusiastic eaters and seem to love a carcrass. Some enterprising cubs actually crawl inside the carcass and eat it from the inside out, leaving them drenched in blood afterward.|
An interesting companion piece to the Battle of Kruger video viewable of course on YouTube.
by Matt Wharton on July 27, 2007
Brilliant composition in this photograph with the lady on the seat giving just a glance out of the corner of her eye to Superman walking past her.
by Matt Wharton on July 20, 2007
I might just have to create a sticker book from my Flickr photostream.
by Matt Wharton on August 28, 2006
Real wild Squirrels with real vintage cameras.
No computer editing on any of the shots.
Bizarre but fantastic.
by Matt Wharton on August 7, 2006
Go away for the weekend and I return home to find this in my bread bin. Damn and I was planning on having beans on toast.