These Prints Were Made By Pressing Photo Paper To a Computer Screen

Analog or digital: it's the Thunderdome throw-down of our time. Two formats enter; one format leaves. Either or. Pick a side. Or do like Brooklyn-based artist Job Piston, and use 'em both. Reds is a series of physical prints made on light-sensitive paper pressed up against a computer screen—and they're pretty dang… » 1/24/14 3:40pm 1/24/14 3:40pm

Report: Paramount Pictures Cuts Film, Goes All-Digital in U.S.

The Los Angeles Times reports that Paramount Pictures is the first major Hollywood studio to ditch 35mm film and go all-digital for United States theater releases, with The Wolf of Wall Street being shipped to theaters in digital format only. Sorry film fans, it sounds like that's a wrap. » 1/18/14 2:00pm 1/18/14 2:00pm

Time traveling photographer adds herself into her childhood pictures

Genius. Photographer Chino Otsuka has discovered the art of time travel. Instead of exploiting a whole in the Space-time continuum to time travel, she simply digitally spliced her adult self into old photographs from her childhood. That way it looked like adult version of Otsuka was meeting child version of Otsuka. So… » 1/10/14 10:29pm 1/10/14 10:29pm

Can You Tell the Difference Between These Film and Digital Animations?

The eternal debate of film versus digital. In a sense, arguing between the two for any practical purpose is pretty much a moot point, since digital has become the go-to in the world of photography. But that doesn't mean it's not fun to compare the two every so often. This series of animations asks you to do just that,… » 12/24/13 7:00pm 12/24/13 7:00pm

Amazon Can Take Away Your Digital Books and Movies Whenever It Wants

In light of the holiday season, what better time than now to remind ourselves to give thanks for all that we have. Although, in the case of any digital goods you've "purchased," maybe don't add those to the list quite yet. Because remember: You don't actually own any of it. » 12/16/13 12:13pm 12/16/13 12:13pm

Your Ugly Christmas Sweater Just Went Digital

Mark Rober has been wowing us for three of years now with his innovative, high-tech Halloween costumes. In fact, he got so good at it that he quit his job at NASA to devote himself to "Digital Dudz" full-time. Now he's applied the cyber-clothing concept to the perennial holiday favorite, the ugly Christmas sweater, and… » 12/02/13 12:05pm 12/02/13 12:05pm

Leaked Canon Mirrorless Camera Just Made Me Excited About Digital…

I have a big Canon DSLR which I never use. I also stopped using my compact a very long time ago, when the iPhone 3G came out—a classic example of convenience winning over quality. But this tiny beauty, Canon's new EOS-M mirrorless camera with EF-M lens mount, is making me droll for a gadget again based on its looks… » 7/20/12 10:03am 7/20/12 10:03am

Canon C300 Review: For When Your Movie Deserves Better Than a DSLR

Since the Canon 5D Mark II emerged almost four years ago, many pro videographers on a budget have shot their material exclusively with DSLRs. They've loved every minute of it. But they've been waiting for the next big thing—a dedicated video camera with a large sensor, interchangeable lenses, and no compromises. The… » 4/26/12 3:40pm 4/26/12 3:40pm

Can The Obama Administration's Five-Year Plan For Digital Learning Work?

There's a buzz around making learning digital, no doubt spurred by Apple's recent declaration that iBooks 2 is the future of education. Now, the Obama administration has come out in support of digital learning, claiming that all students will be using digital textbooks within five years. But can that really happen? » 2/03/12 6:17am 2/03/12 6:17am