15 Shots, Proving that Google Glass will Change the Future of Photography.
One of the key advantages when shooting with Google Glass is able to shoot “first person”, as if through the eyes participant in the events. And just as smart phones have revolutionized the field of mobile pictures, pictures with Glass and similar devices can bring photography to a new level.
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15 Shots, Proving that Google Glass will Change the Future of Photography:
1. Photographing using Glass, need not be kept in the hands of the camera. This allows you to create interesting shadows in the frame – as, for example, on this street shot Richard Hernandez.
2. Hernandez specializes in street photography, and he made some rather interesting pictures yet tested their Google Glass.
3. Photographer created his own recognizable style, but not without some minor tweaks. For example, the original picture made by Glass, it can handle using Mextures application for smartphones, to achieve the effect of grain.
4. Colored photo Hernandez also quite spectacular. Pictured below, for example, he combined two different photographs of the Glass, to give one seamless image.
5. Another example of how the user has used a shadow to create a beautiful shot through the Glass.
6. hands-free photos can be part of the image composition – as in this picture Seda Sec, which commemorated the sunset in Miami.
7. in hands free, you can take any subject completely reinvents the composition of the picture.
8. It is not just about art photography, but also new faces of citizen journalism. example, the user Glass Don Schwartz took a photo of a car accident that occurred on the road next to his car.
9. In Glass 5-megapixel camera, but it is able to capture images of very beautiful flowers. As an example, in this picture the docks in Boston, also owned by Don Schwartz.
10. First person on the Washington Monument.
11. Snapshot with similar composition may look radically different.
12. This picture was taken by the user named Max before the football match.
13. Another owner of “smart glasses” with them documented their 90-mile bike trip.
14. Landscape shot with surfboards user named Chris Glass.
15. Owner points named Joe and his photo from a rock concert.