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Microsoft Offers New Image File Format

Russia from the turn of the century in color

The blog, Damn Interesting, offers “Color Photos From the World War I Era”, a fascinating look back in time to some of the first color photographs preserved for all time. Color film was non-existent in 1909 Russia, yet in that year a photographer named Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii embarked on a photographic survey of his homeland […]

The Art of the Door

There is “something” about a door. Growing up in Washington State, it was a summer and winter ritual of ours to stop along the way, crossing over the mountains to Eastern Washington to visit friends and family, at The Alps. The Alps was owned by a German immigrant family and they offered a rest stop […]

Early Visual Media

A unique historical “picture”, more like an online museum or exhibit, of photographic images of pre-cinema, optical toys, photography, early film, and what is known as “conjuring arts”, can be found at Early Visual Media: The History of Visual Media. This is a unique opportunity to really peep into the past through a historical perspective […]

Digital Photography and Imaging Magazines

Getting into digital photography? Enjoy! There are a lot of magazines and resources coming up for digital photography. Even some of the traditional magazines like Popular Photography and Shutterbug are turning towards digital photography. Technology in digital photography and imaging is changing rapidly. Sometimes it hard to keep up with all the changes. Websites that […]

Gutenberg’s Pictures and Stories: Help for Writers, Photographers, and Artists

The Gutenberg Litegraphic Society has launched Picturesandstories.org, a part of the non-profit organization’s service offerings for writers, photographers and artists. You can find information to help get published, how to protect intellectual property, and help to expand your writing skills and techniques. The goal of the site, according to Society Co-Founder Bill Kilpack, is: …to […]