Entries Categorized as 'Photography'

Microsoft’s DeepZoomPix.com = FAIL (Seadragon)

Date April 24, 2009

Microsoft has managed to do it again. They created something useful (and quite innovative I might add) and then went ahead and Microsoft-ized it. I’m talking about the PhotoZoom.com website that Microsoft used to have that helped showcase their Seadragon technology. PhotoZoom.com allowed users to upload their high resolution images to a server where it […]


Date April 4, 2009

I’ve been making a lot of panoramas lately, using Photoshop CS4’s panorama stitching feature (which works amazingly well, BTW).  The panoramas are quite huge, and show an immense amount of detail when zoomed in.  Unfortunately, you can’t tell when looking at an image that fits inside a web browser’s window.  The image might as well […]

Geotagging – Third Party Tools

Date January 11, 2009

I’ve posted previously about my Gisteq PhotoTrackr GPS logger.  This slick little device keeps a log of exactly where it is geographically, at any given time.  The log it creates can then be downloaded and cross-referenced with the capture time of your photos to give the exact location your photo was taken.  Although the PhotoTrackr […]

Australia 2008 – Epilogue

Date October 19, 2008

Well, it’s been a few weeks now since I got home.  Our trip was amazing and although we were gone for just over four weeks, it was too short.  We actually had to cut out some things we wanted to see from our itinerary.  But that’s ok, because it just means we’ll have to go […]

Australia 2008 – Prologue

Date July 27, 2008

After too many years of spending all my time and money traveling domestically (Canada is such a big country and I’ve got friends and family in almost every corner of it), I’ve finally got the chance to take a month off and do some real traveling. Natalie and I are planning a month-long trip to […]