Monthly Archives: February 2015


Dennis Hoyt, sculptor and automotive artist … Below, my photographs of some of Dennis’ sculpture pieces, starting with his work in progress for a project that pays tribute to the legendary 1970s Porsche 917 race car in a abstract impression … Continue reading

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DeCarava and Photographing Blackness

Writing recently in the New York Times Magazine, Teju Cole in his “A True Picture of Black Skin”, explores how Roy DeCarava in his lifetime captured something very special about black subjects and their lives in his photographs.  DeCarava, who … Continue reading

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Brazil Ultra-High-Def Time Lapse

Here’s a time-lapse piece by Joe Capra, done with 80 megapixel images, each at 10328×7760 pixels. Please don’t do this one at less than fullscreen.  See the backstory here. 10328×7760 – A 10K Timelapse Demo from SCIENTIFANTASTIC on Vimeo.

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Portland Car Show

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What do DCF and DCIM have to do with your digital camera’s files?  Our friend, the How-To Geek, can tell us … DCF is a specification created by JEITA, the Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association. It’s technically standard CP-3461, … Continue reading

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Fred Hill, Darkroom Soldier

Yesterday I had the distinct pleasure of hearing Fred Hill, a 94-year-old local photographic legend, talk about his long image-making career, with particular focus on his World War II stint as a military Pacific theater war-zone photographer.  To quote commentary on … Continue reading

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