A collection of archival photos from Thanksgivings past. Keep clicking on the image to get to the high resolution image (generally created from glass negatives) Happy Thanksgiving!
Welcome to the U.S. Antarctic Program Photo Library. Thousands of photos are available (complete with captions, credits and resolutions) for you to view and use.
Amazingly high resolution photo, literally speaks volumes (pun intended). Using your browser you can peruse the room, zoom in and read the title of most of the books, not to mention the details of the beautiful painting on the ceiling. The image is 280,000 x 140,000 pixels, approximately 40 gigapixels (40,000 megapixels). The photo is of the library within the Strahov Monastery in Prague, Czech Republic. Click on the photo and enjoy.
This Statue of Libery was made up of 18,000 officiers & men in Des Moines, Iowa. See the collection of early photos from 1915 through 1920 here.
As much as I love Photoshop, its an expensive program, however, there are lots on online photo editing tools available for FREE...here are 28 of them. Each tool offers a variety of tools to edit, distort, and have fun with. I used "Picnik" to do some color correction on a photo of Alex (my son) sneaking up on an unsuspecting sea urchin (no worries, no sea urchins were harmed while filming) Jeffrey Eckhardt (14) was the photographer...nice shot.
Keith Loutit a Sydney, Australia-based photographer created a few very interesting tilt-shifted time-lapse short films. These short film clips give the viewer the impression that these are scenes of small models...very interesting and fun to view. " You can see more of his films on the Keith Loutit Vimeo page. Dave Allen is another creative person who used the tilt-shift lens filter in Photoshop to create a time-lapse video of three days at the Cranford Rose Garden at Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
Carl Warner is a London based photographer who takes photographing food to another level. All the images in his photos are food, truly amazing. Going to his flashed based website shows off his other work including people, non-food still life and locations.
There are several online photo editors available, however, FotoFlexer appears to be the most full-featured to date. Try it before logging in, I think you will find it is easy-to-use with many of the expected features you might expect; but I was pleasantly surprised by the "Geek" tab for advanced options in addition to allow saving multiple layers. For the novice users it has an "Add a face" option which I'm sure we can use to brighten someone's day, happy photo editing.
Archived photos available from the Library of Congress on Flickr. This is a pilot progrman that has started with 1615 color photos from the 30's & 40" and 1500 photos from "News in 1910. This is a great resource for digital designers, have fun.
Although I am a kid at heart, I have been in the graphics and media industry for over 25 years and the web since late in 1993. I have worked as a UX director, UI designer, web designer, creative director, art director, professor, illustrator, and graphic designer. In recent years, I have been concentrating on UX (User eXperience) and UI (User Interface) design