cameras

Sunday Link Party!

by Jamie Sanford on January 16, 2011


Photo of the week, my sneaky photo from the Trent Reznor interview for the New York Times Arts & Leisure Weekend. Trent just won a Golden Globe!

Sneaky image of Trent Reznor during the interview.
Famous Literary Drunks & Addicts and their poisons of choice. (Life)

30 Best Ever Collections of Website Design Tutorials. (Smashing Buzz)

What Font Should I Use? Five Principles for Choosing and Using Typefaces. (Smashing Magazine)

Intel sponsored a short film about Scott Schuman, aka The Sartorialist.

All of my cameras are Sony – so I’m sort of obligated to give this story about 3D cameras some love. (Pop Photo)

51 Films from 2010 That  You Really Shouldn’t Have Missed. (Bleeding Cool)

Another photo, this from the collection of Vivian Maier:


…and an article on Ms. Maier. (Pop Photo)

Chloe makes cookiemaking look like way more fun than I’ve ever seen it. (Shoplifting in a Ghost Town)

Let’s close it out with the gorgeous Christina Hendricks, who should make every girl on earth love her curves.

Christina Hendricks

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The Cloak Bag is a fantastic item for the upcoming holidays, for your friend who has the big fancy camera that they love to bring out on all occasions! This item is designed to protect your friend from having their camera stolen while on vacation in areas where tourists are preyed upon by thieves – situations in which having your big fancy camera out makes you a target.

This is the Cloak bag, and you can see the camera mounted inside of it.


This is the action shot. Not the prettiest thing, but since you’re able to quickly take your shot and then move on, it gets the job done.

There are fantastic reviews on the official website.  Most users focus on the camera-hiding feature, but some other also mention the benefits of keeping the camera safe from dust, debris, water, whatever environmental factors might be in play in the situation.  As someone who owns a DSLR and loves to travel with it, I would definitely consider buying this for myself.

The Cloak Bag is available in 2 colors for $49.

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Photography Gift: Fujifilm Instax Mini with Film

by Jamie Sanford on November 9, 2010

Regardless of this being the age of digital, instant cameras are still really cool.  I have 2 Polaroid cameras and only a limited amount of film left for them.  You can buy Polaroid film now, but it is very expensive.

I am interested to hear more about what Lady Gaga is going to be doing with Polaroid, I hope she gets them to bring back some of the old-school Polaroid products.

For now, I’d like you to meet the Fujifilm Instax.


The images that are delivered are about the size of a credit card, so keep in mind that these will be smaller than traditional instant photos.

I know a lot of people who would love this.  Kids, teens, lovers of instant gratification.  I love the idea of having a photobooth at an event that you make yourself, and using a camera like this would be a great way to keep it easy and let everyone take a photo home with them.

This particular combo of the Fujifilm Instax Min and 5 packs of film (100 photos) is available for $144.07 from Amazon.

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