Whenever I hear someone proclaim that they can hear the difference between MP3 and uncompressed audio, I ask them whether they did an ABX (so-called “double blind”) test. When they reply “a what?” I have my answer. ;-) If you’re
Making photos with the phone can be so much fun because it’s intuitive, spontaneous, and not so serious. I’m not quite sure what to do with all those cellphone photos that do not fit into Instagram’s annoying square format restriction…
This time-stretched version of Vangelis’ “Ask the Mountains” track from the 1995 album “Voices” must be one of the best time-stretched pieces I’ve ever discovered… it works so incredibly well, absolutely fascinating & mesmerizing.
To aid me with my neverending task to actually more or less frequently listen to all the music that I have, I created an auto-playlist in foobar2000 (my audio player of choice*) that shows me all music that I haven’t
Alio Die (Stefano Musso) and Robert Rich are both insanely prolific musicians with an impressive catalog of releases. I can’t really tell you how I first heard of Alio Die (Italian for “another day”, btw.) and why I ended up
I took a slow and relaxed walk with Toni and the camera at Black Mountain Open Space Preserve this morning. A deep marine layer nicely cooled the area, there was a light drizzle, and at the highest point of the
Look at the four long exposure seascape photos below. What do you notice? Yes, they are InstaGram flavored, square cropped and with filter effects. :) What’s more though… they are cellphone photos – made with an iOS app called “Slow
…at Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve (and anywhere else for that matter, I guess): if you do not comprehend what these signs mean, please get off that bike.
Alexander’s rule of outdoor macro photography: once you’ve found good framing and perfect focus, nature will test your patience with multiple puffs of wind.