Hipstamatic’s facial tracking experiment: Tinto 1884

I’m totally digging how Hipstamatic‘s newest lens, the Tinto 1884, uses facial recognition to recreate a pretty realistic narrow depth of field effect for portraits. Read my full review about it on the Postagram blog.

High-Fives Forever and Ever and Ever

It was like slapping a celebrity’s hand and passing them magical powers. -Je’lea Last week I posted this adorable photo of a group of school kids high-fiving random cyclists on Market St… The photo was soon posted on… Read More

More N8000 gifs

Last week I posted my first collection of wiggle stereoscopic gifs from a Nishika N8000. Y’all seemed to dig them, so I thought I’d do a little collection of other folks gifs I’ve found through the web. Most… Read More

American Analog: Animating an N8000

If you like my wigglegrams, check out my 3D City Patreon project. Amongst all the crummy old loaner cameras in the Noisebridge dark room I found a Nishika N8000, a camera that shoots 4 side by side lenses… Read More