I took some photos on a recent trip I'd love to print — 8"x10" ideally. What website has the best quality prints? Thanks!
If I'm not printing my own photos at home, I've had success with one printing service. Find out my recommendation (and share your own!) after the break.
- The default view of photos is 28 percent larger.
- There's a new lightbox feature that allows you to see each photo you select individually with a dark background to minimize distractions.
- Navigation got easier with "Newer" and "Older" buttons above each photo.
Learn about the rest of the changes when you read more.
The photos tell a touching story of Wall-E mistaking inanimate objects — like an old telescoping viewfinder — for his dad. He searches high and low without any apparent success. Honestly, I can't help but ache for Wall-E to find him, even though I know he's a toy robot!
Did you know May is National Bike Month? You don't have to bike 38 miles to work like one guy did, but it would be cool to participate in style. Cute girls on bikes are all the rage these days — street style photogs get snap crazy over them — so here are loads of inspiration from all over the world, including this one from Amsterdam. There's even a shot of me on my cruiser in Costa Rica. Bike on.
It's National Photography Month, and we're not only dishing out daily tips to blast your photography into high gear, but we're also celebrating the art, style, and legacy of the camera. We've seen a lot of edible geekiness in the past, and the fun continues with these cakes that were all handmade with love, and shaped to represent the vehicle of your snapshots — the camera! Check out just a few of the camera cakes I found on Flickr in this slideshow.
You can also choose the same color more than once to elevate that color in search results. The API searches over 10 million Flickr photos, so the tool's accuracy is impressive. And if you want to see one image in greater detail, just click on it to open it in its own window.
New York City is the top photographed city (with London and San Francisco coming in second and third), while the fifth most photographed place in New York is the Apple Store, coming in behind landmarks like the Empire State Building and Times Square. Most surprising? The store is also the 28th most photographed place in the world. The point of the study was to develop techniques to find places that people find interesting to photograph. Still unclear: whether it's the store's chic design, or just its impressive wares that makes it such a photographic hotspot.
- The seasonal Flickr color wheel is oh-so-pretty — Dvice
- I don't know what's going on here, but there's disco, Star Wars, and dancing — Urlesque
- PadNotes is coming to the iPad — Gizmodo
- Make like a hamster in this VR gaming globe — Oh Gizmo!
- Nintendo's Wii and DS train isn't slowing down any time soon — Joystiq
- Track local Twitter trends with Trendsmap — Lifehacker
- Happy Friday: cats on laptops — Unplggd