Tempers have been flaring for months over New York City’s bike lanes. Residents blame them for adding to traffic congestion; bicyclist claim motorists who flout the rules make the bike lanes unsafe. Against that backdrop, filmmaker (and bicyclist) Casey Neistat has posted a 3-minute video titled “bike lanes” to protest a fine he had to pay for straying outside a bike lane. His initial encounter with a police officer makes for a slow start, but if you stay with it, the rest of the video makes for quite an entertaining short.
An emulsion lift is a cool project to do with your instant photos. Here's how it's done. More ›
It was a busy year for photo gear technology, as PDN‘s Technology Editor Greg Scoblete can attest. Over the past 12 months, he’s reviewed and reported on advances in photo technology, giving readers the pros, cons, and unique features of new cameras, video equipment and lenses, advancements in storage capabilities and what the next iteration of... More ›
For those who bore witness to the birth of digital photography, this video from The 8-Bit Guy should strike a nostalgic chord. Before you watch it, you should go to your camera and pop out an SD card or, better still, a microSD card, and put it in front of you. Now imagine what the... More ›