Board Games

Board Games

26:52 Technology

I wasn’t sure what to do with this theme, so looked around our "office" and saw a bunch of computer parts lying on a table. I put the mother board inside my lightbox, shot it, and then shot a heat sync and fan. I merged three images that I took and this is how it ended up. That’s technology too, right?
Not something I would normally do, but it was fun anyway 🙂

Posted by charhedman on 2018-06-27 02:16:24

Tagged: , 52 week theme challenge group , Technology , mother board , heat sync , fan , bokeh , board games , remote , digital , CPU , Macro , a bit dusty…I think it’s going to end up in recycling

Alternate Space

Alternate Space

Posted by Coyoty on 2017-02-27 10:48:21

Tagged: , alt , space , alternate , Macro Mondays , The Space In Between , between , black , white , B&W , black and white , macro , bokeh , monochrome , keyboard , keys , typing , close , closeup , DoF , depth , depth of field , distance , letters , computer , rows , repetition , blur , dust , dusty , Z , X , C , curve , square , corner , edge , lighting , gray , grey , perspective

Keeping trim

Keeping trim

For Macro Monday theme – Bottoms up

This is part of the underneath of one of my paper trimmers. I took one photo and when I saw it on the computer screen I realised how dusty it was so cleaned it and took another photo. There is still some dust but that’s macro for you…who dusts their paper trimmer! 😉 HMM

Posted by judi may…mostly off for a while on 2017-07-10 15:01:07

Tagged: , macro , macro monday , macro mondays , orange , bottoms up , close up , DoF , depth of field , bokeh , filled frame , shapes , curves , Canon 7D , vibrant , colour , table top photography , minimal , minimalism , less is more , less , abstract , underneath of my paper trimmer , oops it’s a bit dusty

Light Experiment

Light Experiment

This keeps on happening when I’m sat at my computer and I always think it would make a great photo but haven’t picked up my camera until today. I now have a very dusty Mac as I needed a little extra dust for the effect.

Posted by spaceboy_g on 2009-03-10 16:10:35

Tagged: , Light , Experimental , Dust , Sunlight , Lens Flare , Sigma 28-300mm , bokeh

tiki torch with no flame and lots of bokeh :)

tiki torch with no flame and lots of bokeh :)

I was really just trying to make sure my film was through my film camera in this, and it came out rather good.

This is from my film camera, so of course i had to scan it onto the computer. and of course even after wiping my scanner down theres still some dust, so sorry about that..

SOOC besides scanning it and adding my name to it!

Posted by mariahnmatarazzo on 2011-09-03 12:26:37

Tagged: , bokeh , tiki , torch , tiki torch , wood , sacandage , canon , camp , outdoors , outside , mnicolephotography

Endangered Species

Endangered Species

1.28.11 – The importance of a good mouse is key for most digital artists, photographers, and designers. Logitech has served me well since as far back as I can even remember. The last brand before Logitech I honestly remember in my hands was an IBM one that came with the first computer my family ever got. I grew up playing around with commercial computers that had black and green screens and required line commands but this computer was a "personal computer", something all nerds lusted for. This was when color computer screens were considered some huge leap in computer technology. "Imagine the power required to produce all those colors!"

The clunky, large white mouse seemed so amazing at the time. Dust would collect in the tracks in a matter of weeks, making you loose control of your pointer. This then forced you to take the ball out and clean each little roller sensor. The cord would knock things over on your desk at times and you had 2 inputs (1 on a mac).

How far we have come. This mouse is ergonomically shaped to form to the human hand in a comfortable position. It wirelessly sends signals to the computer using a laser sensor that can work on relatively any surface and has 10 inputs. Just think what the future holds for us tech-heads if this kind of progress can be made with something as simple as a mouse in such a short amount of time.

The days of the mouse are numbered though. Touch screens and highly advanced motion sensors will become the new age of computer interfaces. What next? Full integration? Ok, I won’t get too carried away. Happy friday everyone.

1.27.11 – I have been wanting to shoot this for a long time now. This giant book was built to allow local graffiti artists to have their way with it. It always reminds me of what in high-school we called "The Rock." It was what I always supposed was originally a giant 4-foot-tall boulder from the mountains. The tradition was to have each class come and paint over the previous lower or upper classes markings. We would have friendly battles back and forth month to month.

Like an old giant tree, this huge blob had hundreds of layers from multiple generations (including my mother). I volunteered as an on-call firefighter for a couple year in high-school and one night we got called out to the station for a fire at the school. Turns out someone had covered in gas and lit the thing on fire. The flames were taller then the people on the scene. No damage was caused, but we always assumed it was a rival football team from the hills. The Rock still stands today with fresh coats of paint from new generations of students.

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Posted by David Flatter on 2011-01-29 03:19:56

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MicroCity—LakeSide

MicroCity—LakeSide

The innards of an Apple MacBook Pro 17"
(opened the back to blow out dust)

© Dirk HR Spennemann 2013, All Rights Reserved

Posted by heritagefutures on 2013-04-08 00:39:01

Tagged: , MacBook , Pro , circuitry , micro , city , conductor , semi , solder , board , computer , Apple , 17 , motherboard , scape , lakeside , housing , urbanisation , joke , jest , cityscape , townscape , urban , planning , bokeh , Olympus , TG-1 , black

Information silos

Information silos

My PC died. It’s a long, sad story, but never mind, because I should have a new one in a few days… and how often can I do this? 🙂

Posted by A Different Perspective on 2008-01-27 03:51:35

Tagged: , board , bokeh , broken , capacitor , card , case , components , computer , dust , green , home , macro , purple , adp:posted=2008