I remember the first camera I ever owned: a Kodak Pocket Instamatic variant, which did INDEED use traditional film, but it was the wide, “B-shaped” type of film cartridge (known as the 110-format) rather than the typical roll of film. Since then I’ve upgraded to dedicated digital camera (including a Kodak EasyShare) before utilizing my smartphone like most people (I’m using my Google Pixel XL). Today, Kodak is now a name licensed by another company, C+A Global, and they are now introducing the Printomatic, their company’s take on the Polaroid Snap (introduced in 2015). Continue reading Meet the Kodak Printomatic, the Hybrid Instant Camera…
Much like how most people look at ballet, a Broadway show, a film or photography, professional wrestling is very much an art form in its own (or any) right. This photoblog on Tumblr, Pro Wrestling Is Art, is a collection of beautiful photography from various professional wrestling shows from around the world. The blog is a child project of DirtyDirtySheets.com, and its purpose is to highlight the beauty of the art form of pro wrestling and the photographers that capture the many moments of the in-ring (and out-of-ring) action. Continue reading Follow the “Pro Wrestling Is Art” Tumblr Blog! NOW!!
|This is epic beyond words…
Attention my fellow nerds:
Should you ever, EVER find yourselves driving through Iowa, and should you happen to encroach into the town of Riverside, you night find something interesting, as Madolan Greene did. As she was in said circumstance, she took this photo that shows a monument acknowledging that future Starfleet Captain James Tiberius Kirk, son of George and Winona Kirk, will be born here in roughly 217 years from now. Illogical? I think not!
[Thanks Madolan Greene]