Old Cameras And Strobes Reborn As Beautiful Lighting Fixtures

Old cameras are often a thing of beauty. They are well curved, with every aspect both engineered and designed to the maximum.

Sadly with the advance of technology, those beautiful cameras and strobes are often forgotten on a shelf or in the attic, never to be seen again.

Old Cameras And Strobes Reborn As Beautiful Lighting Fixtures

Ystudio, a Japanese based studio transforms old photography objects into beautiful lighting fixtures and lamps. [Read more...]

Getting The Shot – Photographer Shagged By A Rare Parrot

It is not secret that to get a good shot photographers sometimes endure extreme conditions.

To get s good shot or a good story National Geographic photographers sometimes spend months in freezing Ice or blazing Deserts to get the right shot.

I doubt though that any of them had the experience of getting shagged by a Kakapo parrot to get a shot.

Getting The Shot - Photographer Shagged By A Rare Parrot

Actor Stephen Fry and zoologist Mark Carwardine roam the world documenting endangered species as part of the BBC’s Last Chance to See series. Mark have had the luck to be one of the first photographers to have such a sexual encounter with a Kakapo parrot.

Apparently the parrot, got a bit lonely and tried (and managed) to shag Mark Carwardine while he was taking its pictures. [Read more...]

This Cardboard Nikon Can’t Ever Get Wet

Etsy shop owner Marta Crass (C is for Cardboard) hand cuts little sculptures from corrugated cardboard. Her latest creation is a cardboard camera styled after the very first Nikon SLR – a Nikon F owned by her grandfather.

The camera is hand cut piece by piece without the use of a plotter or laser cutting machine, and will set you back $150.

Cardboard Camera

Sadly, it lacks the ability to take pictures, and is hardly weather protected. [Read more...]