A detailed guide to using CSS blend modes, it’s just a shame that support is still lacking in IE and Edge.
A quick tip for using wget to download all images at a given URL.
I really like these effects, I think they look proper classy.
blurify.js is a tiny(~2kb) library to blurred pictures, support graceful downgrade from `css` mode to `canvas` mode.
Nice, looks useful.
A round-up of sites publishing the best photos of 2016. Some of these photos are stunning and there are a lot of political shots, but my favourite is probably the picture of Usain Bolt running in the 100 metre semifinal at the Olympic Games.
Browse through these 20 magical free winter stock photos, choose your favorites and save them to your design collection or use them in your upcoming Christmas projects.
I’m not a massive fan of stock photography, but some of these are actually pretty nice. Note, despite what the title says, I’m pretty sure there is no magic involved; unless it’s just not visible to a muggle such as myself.
Using one or more newer CSS properties (
filter) gives us a surprising amount of possibilities to manipulate a single source image.
Some interesting image effects, it’s pretty cool what you can achieve with CSS these days.
Google today launched a new app called PhotoScan, which is designed to make it easy to scan printed photographs using your iPhone’s camera.
PhotoScan instructs users to take four separate quick images of a printed photo, stitching them together to create a perfect high-resolution digital copy. Google’s multi-image capture method eliminates issues that normally plague digital photos of print photographs, including glare and distortion.
This looks pretty cool, I’m looking foward to giving it a try.