The sad part of this is that the monkey almost certainly didn’t press the button, the photographer did. To generate more interest in the photo it was sold to the media on the idea of it being a...
Is this the same 'US Copyright Office' who granted Amazon that white background patent? It's all a bit far out and mental isn't it
I would have said that was a librarian's absolute nightmare. Imagine dropping a book off one of those balconies in the first picture and what a hassle it would have been to get the book and get...
That is quite a library!
Simply, why bother. It's not much more than a gimmick on DSLR bodies, as the Canon 1Dc has shown, so what is the point?
Because it's vaguely amusing
Interesting Halldor, the place does look in need of a few trees to be honest :)
Those are cracking photographs. Stunnning
Those are cracking photographs. Stunning
recessions are very selective
I was happily reading along when I hit the price tag. What?
I was happily reading along when I hit the price tag.
I think both your posts are very good explanations to anyone having any doubts about the tone of your argument. I actually agree. +1
That's a hell of a lot of maybes
We LOVE PAYING TAXES over here in Europe. I wake up and feel wonderful
I've never bought a Sigma because some people say there is no guarantee they will work with future models of the camera brands they are reverse engineered to work with. I've also heard to many...
Actually i've changed my mind
If it's a picture of me i'll do what the hell I want with it. End of
^this. Some of the comments border on the vicious. I'm speechless
^this. Some of the comments border on the vicious.
Nice video. The bit where he's talking about being inconspicuous whilst talking to himself in the middle of a street at great length made me laugh :)