Lightleaks, a magazine for toy camera users is now out. Priced at $16.99, though, it is a tad bit on the high side. But hey, I will try anything (well almost) once.
Polanoid: “Hungry for real analog, good smelling pictures in a digital world, we decided to swim against the stream and to reset our focus and start the biggest, best and most instant online photo community ever. Stuffed with millions of Polaroids, collected and uploaded by Polaroid addicts all over the planet.”
Apple launches Aperture, a new software product that makes non-destructive, advanced RAW workflow a real walk in the park. It will be released to the public in November for about $500. Anyone want to buy a Christmas gift? I swear I have been good.
Re-take of Amrita, Vivan Sundaram’s show of photomontages are on display at Gallery 44, in Toronto. The exact address is: 401 Richmond, Suite 120. The show is co-presented by SAVAC (South Asian Visual Arts Collective) through October 29. Call 416-979-3941 for more details.
Pixelfest, a group artwork project
Camera Toss: “It is about trading risk for reward in the pursuit of art. It is not about being a photographer, it is about enabling the photography that happens naturally when you let go of the process, give up control, and add a hell of alot more variables.” Check out also the Camera Toss Blog
Comic Life Take your photos to a new level. After a quick download, I played around with this software and thought it was a a lot of fun. The possibilities are of course endless if you have a real story to tell.