Category: Entertainment

You are what you eat!

  Each one of us who’s ever tried to convince a child of eating broccoli when it knows that some sweets are waiting has an idea of how hard persuading children to eat healthy can really be. In order to avoid an argument that is often related to eating broccoli etc. we tend to give ...

The potato camera

Potato Camera is a term readily used by the English speaking YouTube community when commenting on shots and videos that have extremely low image quality. “Was this video filmed with a potato camera?” is a good example of such comments. The folks who run Corridor Crew, known for their quirky experiments, wanted to find out ...

KODAK

Hey guys, Today it’s time again to immerse in the history of photography a bit! At the beginning of the development of a new medium it was of course very expensive, complicated and only accessible to very few. This changed abruptly with a very special company. Even for all those of you who’ve never taken ...

La Gacilly – Europe’s biggest photo festival in Baden, Austria

“Europe’s biggest photo festival”. With this slogan the La Gacilly Photo Festival, which takes place in Baden in Lower Austria from 8 June 2018 to 30 September 2018, of course attracted my attention right away. The biggest photo festival – and so far I’ve never really heard anything about it? I’ve got to change this! ...

It’s all about timing. Peter Maier and his viral timelapse video.

It’s all about timing. Time and again this saying proves to be true. Only recently the perfect timing made Peter Maier, a hobby photographer from Mölltal in Austria, a viral internet hit. The guy from Mölltal achieved more than one million clicks with his video hit and the fascination remains unbroken among internet users. His ...

On board with the Sigma 24-70 mm F2.8 EX DG HSM

Hey guys, today it’s time again for another photo walk. This weekend I went downstream by ship from the wonderful city of Vienna to the nearest capital of another country. It was my first ride on a fast ferryboat and also my first visit to Bratislava. Since I knew somebody who works on the ferry, ...

Mother and Son

Today I’d like to present you a photo series that already impressed me a couple of years ago, when I saw it for the first time at the WordPress exhibition. The pictures taken by French photographer Denis Dailleux reveal the deep connection between mothers and their sons and they certainly count among the most intimate ...

The ‘good enough’ era in photography

The highly interesting DPReview article „Does sensor size still make a difference?” has got me thinking. The author is dealing with the question whether sensor size is still important. We all know that large sensors will always offer better image quality than small ones. The more interesting question therefore is when will we reach the ...

Animal doubles – Krister Sørbø’s “Like Owner, like Dog“

I’m sure most of you are familiar with it. The beginning scene in the Disney movie “101 Dalmatians”, where Pongo walks through the streets with his master Roger and comes across all sorts of dogs with their masters or mistresses. What fascinated me about this scene so much as a child was the fact that ...

Lost Places – intrigued by decay

For quite some time the fascination for abandoned places, widely known as Lost Places, has increased. More and more adventurers and photographers worldwide are looking for these mysterious locations. Urban Exploration (the urban version of the Lost Places cult) has almost become a trend and mainly photographers publishing their discoveries on social media platforms or ...