Cool Stuff – Week of May 13, 2013Cool Stuff
Welcome to Cool Stuff, a weekly feature where we post our favorite links from the past week, including our favorite articles and how-tos, videos, images and more.
- We start this week with a dizzying look down from 1,776 feet up – specifically, from the spire that sits at the top of the new World Trade Center tower. Say it with me now: OMGOMGOMGOMG!!!!
- The guys at DigitalRev are back at it again. This time, they take to the streets of London with two cameras per photographer — one film and one digital.
- This video is all kinds of awesome. Alex Chacon rides from Alaska to Argentina in 500 days, and documents the whole thing. Here it is, condensed down to 9 minutes.
- The guys over at DIYPhotography.net have a really nice rundown of what it takes to shoot tethered – and why you would do it to begin with.
- And finally, we end this list with a bit of inspiration. Ian Ruhter talks with our friend Chase Jarvis about life, work, and what drives him.
A couple of quick company-related cool things.
- A number of the photographers working here at BorrowLenses.com were featured on the SnapKnot wedding website. If you haven’t already, you should really check the site out.
- The most diminutive SLR we’ve ever seen is here. Rent the Canon Rebel SL1 now.
That’s it for this week’s Cool Stuff. As always, questions and feedback are welcome in the comments below.
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