Link Roundup 05-24-2008

  • Find Your Images On-Line
    Howard Grill
    A new type of search engnine, calling itself “TinEye”, uses image recognition to search for similar images on the Internet. Upload a photo and the search engine shows you where it's being used. The Google Operating System blog also did a short story on this.
  • 5 Tips for Acquiring Old Cameras
    Here's another camera buying guide — but it's for the good old stuff. This one is worth a read if you're looking to pick up some old equipment.
  • Ten things that are ruining photography today
    1001 Noisy Cameras
    More humor from 1001 Noisy Cameras.
  • 9 Crazy Cross Eye 3D Photography Images and How to Make Them
    digital Photography School
    Neil Creek put together a nice collection of stereo-photos (no, not photos of stereo systems). Once you get the top set in focus, you can just scroll down the page and hit them all without refocusing.
  • 5 Reasons To Buy Art
    Joseph Szymanski
    Looking for something to do with your tax rebates or tax returns? Joe makes some good points for buying art instead of junk.
  • He Took a Polaroid Every Day, Until the Day He Died
    A truly inspiring story about a man who took a Polaroid every day for 18 years, right up until the day he died from cancer.
  • Building Image Impact; Six Basic Controls
    Jonathan Penney
    Amazing transformation of a photo as it is turned into art.
  • Five Cool Little Gadgets
    Here are five fun little things you can put on your wishlist.

Here's a funny video on “Art”. Best part – “print making” – I totally didn't get it until the very end. I'm such a goober.