Printing images is a great way to keep them forever, but also to decorate the interior. I believe that many of us have prints in our home or office, and Alastair Bird has an amazing idea how to make them from some basic materials. In this video, he shows you how to turn photos into large prints using nothing but some flour, water, paper, and a laser printer.
I have a confession to make.
I am a professional photographer. I’ve lived in my current house for nearly fifteen years.
I don’t have a single photo that I’ve taken on my walls.
The reason…..?[Read More…]
Not long after Verizon took over Yahoo and Flickr, we can see the first changes. The once popular platform is terminating their service which allows users to turn their photos into wall art. Also, they’re giving up the book printing service. However, it won’t be terminated completely, but turned over to Blurb instead.
Want to cover your walls in art, but the cost of actually doing so slowing the process down? The fine folks from Parabo Press (part of the trusted Photojojo family) have you covered. They’ve dubbed themselves as “print service for design-minded photo takers”, which makes a lot more sense when you see what they’re all about. In a nutshell, enabling photographers from all walks of life affordable access to various fine art printing processes. [Read More…]
Not too long ago, we shared a really awesome legography project by Samsofy, where he uses Lego people as subjects in his incredibly fun portrait series. Of course, there are very few situations where working with Legos wouldn’t be fun and this sweet little web app called Legoizer is certainly not one of them.
The idea behind Legoizer is simple: upload your photo and get back a blueprint that shows you what your photo would look like if you were to make a mural of if using Legos. The best part is, it also gives a full parts list including colors, sizes, and quantities needed, so you’ll know exactly which pieces you’ll need to turn the blueprint into a reality.[Read More…]