Posts Tagged ‘film’

Forget the Leica M7 Hermes. This special edition 60th Anniversary of the People’s Republic of China M7 puts that one to shame. Included in the package is a 24 carat gold plated trimmings and the body is covered with red calf leather. Only 60 of these have been produced, each bearing a year number to […]


Flash Memory maker, Kingston Digital announced that has struck a deal with Paramount Pictures to bring full-length movies on SD memory cards. With so many formats of storage out there, and falling prices for SD cards, this might just be the idea to be a hit with the masses. DVD drives and SD card slots […]


Sundays for me usually are very busy. I spend most of it in a dark room developing my black and white film and then try to get some decent prints done. What once was a free day is now dedicated to photography overload – in a good way. I like to start and end my […]


Finally, I had some time to sit down and watch the documentary: Objectified, directed and produced by Gary Hustwit. Brilliant film about the design of objects, what the relationship is between it and the user. It does discuss a lot of things about what is good design. Jony Ives is featured for a bit in […]


I forgot to mention this tiny blurb, but Astro Boy 2009 is a CGI animated film based on Osamu Tezuka’s famed Astro Boy. It officially came out yesterday and looks AMAZING. From the same studio that created the 2007 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cgi flick, comes this beautifully rendered marvel. Hit the link to check […]


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Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs was a fun movie, hindered only by the need to wear 3-D glasses. With less people going out to watch animated films, movie studios are vying for 3-D films; hoping to draw viewers to cinemas for an experience that can’t be replicated in the living room…yet. The days of […]