Via Business Insider
Favorite one is the last one but all are equally deserving of the response…”Why didn’t I think of that?!”
I’ve seen plenty of great aerial photography but there is something really unique and gripping about the work of Polish photographer Kacper Kowalski. His book, Side Effects, is out now. It’s no wonder he’s award winning. Some of his work below.
And a short video about how he does it. Wish I knew where he got his helicopter from.
This reminds me somewhat of driving my nephew around in my car, which although zippy, has about 1/4 the hp of this beast. Nevertheless – the sentiment expressed is roughly the same. Ricky Bobby is born!
I haven’t used a fisheye leans seriously since around 2003 when i took these photos in Ecuador. I like looking at photos taken with fisheye lenses but I find taking fisheye photos tedious. I think it’s primarily because back in the day when I used film, there was a certain extra magic awaiting you when developing a roll of film that you had a few fisheye shots. Now with digital you can take 100s of fisheye shots it’s not even fun or unique anymore. Maybe I’m wrong and need to get my hands on a fisheye again to play around.
In any case – here is an interesting take on what it even means to take a Fisheye shot:
I’ve been fascinated with good, affordable home design lately and need a place to save some ideas. So I’m going to do it here. Came across this house in Pittsburg. Designed by an architect (go figure) seems like it does everything a great home needs to do without going off the deep end in terms of size, cost or features.