Wednesday, July 15, 2009

10 Years, 60 Hours a Week=80 Photographs

Photographer Robert Buelteman sends 80,000 volts of electricity through his flowers via a metal plate and uses a fiber-optic light source to photograph his flowery subjects. Its hard for me to believe but he has spent and average of 60 hours a week for 10 years to produce 80 of these types of photo's!?!? These photos are nice BUT...10 YEARS, 60 HOURS A WEEK, ARE YOU CRAZY? Read full article HERE at Daily Mail.

The Slap-Chop Re-Mix

This remix of the Slap-Chop commercial apparently started as a joke but is now a real commercial starting this week. The re-mix was done without copyright permission, but the owner of the copyright liked it so much they decided to make it an official commercial to sell their product, read more HERE at Photo Business and News Forum. Obviously a lot of work went into this re-mix and it is pretty cool, check it out. Compare it to the original commercial HERE.

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Iconic Woodstock Photo_40 Years Later

Nick and Bobbi Ercoline, now in their 60's were immortalized on the cover of the original Woodstock album in 1970 and also on the movie poster. The photo was taken by Burk Uzzle. They had met three months before Woodstock and married two summers after and remain together. This August 15-17 is the 40th anniversary of Woodstock. Read the full article HERE from NY Daily News.