Kenneth Parker makes beautiful photographs.
Monthly Archive for April, 2005
Do not press the Big Red Button.
You know, I don’t even shoot in RAW because the workflow is too big a hassle for the crappy little photos I take. Still, after hearing that Nikon is encrypting white balance data in a seriously clueless attempt to force their customers to use their conversion software, I can’t imagine buying a Nikon camera ever […]
I went to the South Coast Botanical Garden today. It had been nearly a year since I was last there. At that point, somebody had given me the impression that the place was closing down. Clearly that wasn’t true since here it is nearly a year later and it’s still quite open. Anyway, enjoy my […]
The Floating Logos Project is pretty cool. Let’s all hear it for the PhotoShop clone tool.
I think so, Brain, but how will we get three pink flamingos into one pair of Capri pants?
When it comes to pennies, this guy’s quite the engineer. He says he was trying to avoid studying, but holy crap this guy must have wasted a lot of time building those structures.
SleepyGeek has a fun tool that creates montages from Google image search results. Here’s My First Attempt. Sort of a fun diversion for a second or two. via
I’m just a bit. Oh yes, I’m only a bit. And, I’m sitting here on capitol hill, or something like that. Great school house rock inspired flash animation about Hitachi’s new perpendicular storage technology.