VSCO Cam® 4.0 Announced

VSCO Cam® 4.0 for iOS 8 — iPhone & iPad
Available now

VSCO Cam® 4.0 for iOS 8 iPhone & iPad Available now: vsco.it/itunes VSCO Cam 4.0 introduces new features to empower the creative community to create, publish, and unite. For more information, please check out: http://vsco.co/vscocam Music by Tolu

Fearless Genius Project

Doug Menuez was  invited by Steve Jobs and other leading innovators of the Digital Revolution to record their stories of struggle, failure, sacrifice and success. From 1985-2000 he photographed the people who created more jobs and wealth than at any time in human history. Now he’s sharing his rare photos and eyewitness stories through the FEARLESS GENIUS project.


By Doug Menuez
An indispensable look at how the world we know now was actually constructed … a vital piece of photographic history.
— Kirkus Reviews

The Book: Fearless Genius captures the human face of innovation and shows what it takes to transform powerful ideas into reality. Foreword by Elliot Erwitt, Introduction by Kurt Andersen


This is how we move by Human

 
We visualized 7.5 Million miles of activity in major cities all across the globe to get an insight into Human activity.
 

Human helps people move almost twice as much in six weeks. Every day, people track millions of activities with our app. We visualized data in major cities all across the globe to get an insight into Human activity. Walking, running, cycling and motorized transportation data tell us different stories. Visit http://cities.human.co for 30 cities worldwide.


Human is an iPhone app that runs in the background of your phone and automatically detects activities like walking, cycling, running, and motorized transport. All visualizations and charts are solely based on aggregated data from people using the Human app. Imagery shown does not involve the use of maps, as white pixels were drawn by moving Humans.

The Joy and Beauty of Hand Made Craft

In an age of the ubiquitous 3D printer, it’s easy to forget the joy and beauty of handmade craft. Take, for example, the 400-year old Japanese art of creating kokeshi dolls. These traditional wooden figurines were said to have been originally made as souvenirs to sell to people visiting the local hot springs in Northern Japan. Although there are about 10 different styles, each doll is made with an enlarged head and cylindrical body with no arms or legs.

In the video, produced by tetotetote, an organization highlighting the arts and crafts of Sendai, Japan, Yasuo Okazaki woodturns solid blocks into the head and body using just a few tools. Okazaki’s “Naruko” style of making the dolls was passed down to him from his father and features stripes at the top and bottom of the body and bangs with red headdresses. I don’t think there’s anything more soothing and hypnotic than the sights and sounds of watching these dolls emerge from a spinning block of wood.

Dan Rubin on Skillshare

Mobile Post-Production: Editing Your Photos

Capture beautiful photos and make them even more polished and stylized for sharing. In this 45-minute class, photographer, designer, and adventurer Dan Rubin (danrubin) shares how to spot a great photo and take it through easy and effective mobile editing apps. His step-by-step instructions will teach you how to achieve the aesthetic you seek in your photos through editing, and how to make the process quick and repeatable as you build your photo portfolio. This class is perfect for both beginner and advanced photographers seeking efficiency and quality in mobile editing. Make your photos show how you see the world.