:Grande lighт for d new starT



..as I didn’t mention id d post before during this holidays that are still ON here (and day will be till 15 of January [old New Year] but as secondary activity) there are thousands of projects around that I just save and I think I only want to mention a bit..

.next piece that is totally my style (my dream of expression) is from David Dimichele, he’s doin’ huge stuff, I mean really, I show u here only one work from him, but u definitely need to check him!


:for sure there will be post in future where I’ll write more about his works, cause I’m really impressed as I said, this piece like d other one that u can find in shortly #contemporary are part of large-scale photography session where he is really playing with macro-micro, architecture & sculpture in one, maybe..  enjoy d light!


pseudodocumentation: lightrods: 08

are u inspired from this photography presenting megalomaniac objects, huge installation. .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page


:throw d ball – make some pictures

.I want to mention here on my blog for one design that I found recently in d group on fb for creative exchange shared from Dragi Nedelchevski [professional photographer from my country]. It’s design of photocamera(s) with d form of ball. It’s funny how far we go with d inventions, nowadays d ball still don’t shoot very good pictures but wait a bit it’s ball with real shape. 🙂

Throwable Panoramic Ball Camerathe people who invent this are: Jonas Pfeil, Kristian Hildebrand, Carsten Gremzow, Bernd Bickel and Marc Alexa. One of d inventors of this amazing ball camera say that this is meant to be a camera for panorama photography and d explication for this invention that we can find on their web page is:

„Panoramic photography creates fascinating images. Very wide angle images are closer to the human field of view than conventional pictures. If seen through a panoramic viewer they let us experience a location as if we were there. Panoramic image stitching can create panoramas from pictures taken one after another. Unfortunately, acquiring the images takes a lot of time and moving objects may cause ghosting. It is also difficult to obtain a full spherical panorama, because the downward picture cannot be captured while the camera is mounted on the tripod.

In this work, we present a throwable panoramic camera that solves these problems. The camera is thrown into the air and captures an image at the highest point of flight – when it is hardly moving. The camera takes full spherical panoramas, requires no preparation and images are taken instantaneously. It can capture scenes with many moving objects without producing ghosting artifacts and creates unique images.


Our camera uses 36 fixed-focus 2 megapixel mobile phone camera modules. The camera modules are mounted in a robust, 3D-printed, ball-shaped enclosure that is padded with foam and handles just like a ball. Our camera contains an accelerometer which we use to measure launch acceleration. Integration lets us predict rise time to the highest point, where we trigger the exposure. After catching the ball camera, pictures are downloaded in seconds using USB and automatically shown in our spherical panoramic viewer. This lets users interactively explore a full representation of the captured environment.

We used the camera to capture full spherical panoramas at scenic spots, in a crowded city square and in the middle of a group of people taking turns in throwing the camera. Above all we found that it is a very enjoyable, playful way to take pictures.“

© Jonas Pfeil, 2011

..pretty cool future we have though ~