I take fun seriously, or better: have serious fun. I make everything I approach seriously fun, which takes a toll on my results, making everything beautiful and precise (like German meeting French on a hot summer night). I could have been a great plastic surgeon if it wasn’t for my belief that everyone’s beautiful if you know how to look. That took me on a path of creative technology and photography, finding art in everything I do (yes, programming is an art).
I think of sea. A peaceful summer morning before people crawl out of their beds. Sound of seagulls in the distance blending in with fade fog raising above the glass-like surface. Early rays of woken-up sun, reminding you it’s gonna be a hot day. I remember early mornings, lugging sand with my dad, on a […]
This very interesting looking bridge is one of the first things I photographed when we came to Ottawa. The light wasn’t very special at the moment but I really liked the symmetry. (It would also be cool if the word symmetry was symmetrical) Then we crossed it and ended up in Gatineau, Quebec. That’s why […]
… lead to days on top. I’ve already written about the magic of mornings before. That’s because there is something magical about starting first and being there first. But that’s not all. There are two obvious ways you can wake up before the Sun. First is obvious, intentional. Basically, you look up the time Sun […]
This post answers the question “What camera do you use?“, plus much more. It’s been a long time coming because, frankly, I don’t use that much equipment, and equipment I currently use is not that high end. This is good news for you if you’re just starting out cause it means you don’t have to […]
Couple summers ago I saw a cool hack where a sensor, placed on the TV, detected where the emitter, placed in the glasses, was, and based on that information adjusted viewpoint of the 3D scene displayed on the TV. Cool, right? And all you needed were these two simple devices and the right software. Well, […]
Ever since the book about a rich man with singular tastes and unconventional desires, we started representing things in the number of shades they take. Usually 50. Some things are worth shading and layering more than others. In 4 layers. Which is another even number. Like this gorgeous chocolate cake that glorifies chocolate as the […]