Firstly we have an apology to make. Our Movember effort came to a swift, itchy and sudden end. We tried, but ultimately didn’t succeed in growing ridiculous mustaches . A few of us still are, but my promise of updating you with dodgy photographs doesn’t look like bearing any fruit. Maybe next year!
We’ve blogged before about our Jargon Buster, and I’m pleased to say it’s all live and ready to go. There are loads of useful explanations for technical terms you may not understand – as a new comer to this industry, I know I often get lost with all the technical stuff. There’s also room for more, so if there are any other words of phrases that confuse you, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll add them to the list.
There’s a new camera being developed that can let people see around corners! The concept certainly seems sound enough, but by the looks of it there is still a long way to go in the development process. Nevertheless, it would open up a whole new world of potential should the technology ever get simple enough for everyday cameras.
Going back to more imagery stuff this week, and while the twitter photography hashtag is normally full of bots re-tweeting links, it does throw-up the occasional blog or website with some really exquisite photography. Here are a few from this week which caught my eye:
- A selection of 20 secret street stories taken from Alice’s page on My Modern Metropolis – a really great selection of black and white images, which look even better when you realise they were all taken from iPhones!
- With winter seemingly fast approaching, this selection of wild landscapes and northern lights from Florian Schulz photography certainly get the winter juices flowing.
- And finally, Cruine.com detailed a selection of some really stunning images of earth taken from space. The close-ups of weather patterns and of night-time countries lighten up by man-made light particularly caught they eye.
That’s it for this week, stay tuned to colourconfidence.com in the next few days as out website turns all festive! Is it really approaching Christmas time already!?
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