My latest article on Lightstalking.com.
A review and description of the Poladroid software application which is used to turn ordinary digital images into pseudo-Polaroid look-a-likes.
Check out my new article on Lightstalking.com. I review a cool computer application called, The Poladroid. It turns any digital picture into an old Polaroid lookalike. It also has the same crazy results that Polaroid film used to have. It’s really a lot of fun!
This is a cute video about an unusual subject.
Explore carterse’s photos on Flickr. carterse has uploaded 1922 photos to Flickr.
I came across this photo while doing research for an article. It was just too good not share. Smile Everbody!!
Lightstalking.com published my article titled- 5 Daily Exercises to Become a Better Photographer.
I went to see “Dallas Buyers Club” last night. This isn’t a movie that is going to move you to great emotional highs. You’re not going to cheer. You’re not going to cry. Your heart isn’t going to be pounding in your chest with excitement. But, it is a good story and is well told. Mcconaughey puts in an Oscar worthy performance as, Ron Woodroof, a 1985 ‘rootin-tootin’ Roughneck cowboy whose proclivity for rampant unprotected sex lands him in the HIV ward of a Dallas hospital- hoping for a cure. His homophobia adds interest as he finds himself entrenched with a gay community that he would rather spit on than hug. Jared Leto also puts in an unbelievable performance as,”Rayon”, a transsexual gay man who befriends Ron and ultimately helps him into the gay community so he can set up his drug enterprise. Mcconaughey’s transformation into a caring individual feels a bit rushed, and Steve Zahn as “the friend cop” really feels out of place in this flick. The movie is a bit slow in the middle and ends abruptly as so many “based on a true story” movies do- overall- It was worth seeing. But, you could wait and watch it at home and you won’t miss anything.