Monday, March 31, 2014

Kowloon Walled City

Kowloon Walled City

Revisited: click here

Photography project by Greg Girard and Ian Lambot.

Saturday, March 22, 2014

Have you heard of Gigapixel?

Have you heard of Gigapixel?  I haven't.  Check out the shot.  Incredible.

Vancouver Photograph (Super high-resolution): click here

This note was sent to me via email:

"This picture was taken with a 70,000 x 30,000 pixel camera (2,100 Megapixels.)  These cameras are not sold to the public and are being installed in strategic locations.  It can identify a face in a multitude of people."

Photographer Trent Bell

Trent Bell Photography

Don't remember what brought me to Trent Bell's work, may have to backtrack a few blogs.  But I'm verygladidid.  A lil' while ago a colleague told me to check out some work from someone he knew that goes by Peter Langone.  More on the commercial photography side, nevertheless interesting stuff to check out and learn from. 

Photographer Seph Lawless

A Forgotten Cleveland
Photographer: Seph Lawless
Gallery: click here

A have a thing for taking pictures of basketball goals.  A co-worker sent me this shot and I've been wanting to share the shot for a long time now.  For more of Seph Lawless work, check out

Photographer Alfonso Casasola

The Cassola Studio Photography Database
University of Texas at El Paso
UTEP: click here

Stumbled across a few shots on the El Paso Times.  They display a database at the link above.  An archive from El Paso's earlier days.  Alfonso Casasola is the name of the photographer.  More information available at the link above.

Photojournalist Mark Lambie

Photography by Mark Lambie
Sunland Park U.S./Mexico Border
El Paso Times: click here

Photojournalist in the El Paso community Mark Lambie, website: click here

The Story of Rosa Moreno

We Are Disposable
20 Years After NAFTA, The Plight Of Mexican
Maquiladora Workers has Worsened
Article: click here

Powerful story by Melissa del Bosque, photography by Alan Pogue.  

More information on Alan Pogue visit:

Through the Eyes of Ethiopian Children

Through the Eyes of Ethiopian Children
CNN Photo Gallery: click here

Software: Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
Purchase: click here

A software I was thinking about purchasing.