Category Archives: Photography

The Watermark Project

How do you change perception of a billion dollar company? Not with advertising but by changing the very interface that made them less than popular in the first place. By changing their product.
This is the first work that R/GA London has done for one of its newest clients, Getty Images.


Beautiful depth of field video

Beautiful depth of field video. The Sandpit from Sam O’Hare. Found on BBH Labs


img_0179The Quad Camera application for the iPhone is a great photo app. It also has a Flickr group.

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FAMILIAR FACESThanks Joss for your latest contribution to my book called ‘Familiar Faces – A collection of object portraits’.

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Fulham Palace

Originally uploaded by rpittham

A shot of Fulham Palace using the an iPhone app called ‘Camera bag’. I used the 1962 filter for this shot.

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For the photographer that enjoys the toy camera genre the Quad Camera — Multi Shot Cam by Takayuki Fukatsu is a fun iPhone photography app. This is the 4th release in their series of toy camera apps, based on such toy cameras as the Lomo and Holga. The Quad Camera offers a good time.

Simplicity is the key to this app. All you need to do is line up your subject and press the button. Depending on your setting, the iPhone’s built-in camera will take a series of 4 to 8 shots. The settings offer choices such as layout, timer adjustment, and color or black and white modes. There is also a function that allows you to email the developer directly with your suggestions.

Movement is the key to making your photos pop. For best results target either a moving subject or move the camera itself. I found that 4-8 stills of a stationary subject to be much less interesting. When movement was introduced the photos came alive.

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Familiar faces

I am currently in the process of creating a book which contains everday objects that resemble faces. Here’s a few of my favourites so far….