Pentax has announced the world’s smallest and lightest digital camera with interchangeable lens. The Pentax Q-Black is only 3.9 x 2.3 x 1.2”. It has 12.4 megapixel CMOS image sensor, capable of producing 12-bit DNG RAW and JPG images and to benefit from very low noise even in low light situations. And you can choose a variety of specialty Q lenses which include prime, zoom and fisheye lenses… Other features include HDR Capture, 1080p HD Video, Sensor-Shift Shake Reduction, 3 Inch LCD Monitor, 5 FPS, Bokeh Control Filter and smart effect.
LIFE photographers John Dominis and Bill Eppridge arrived at the Woodstock Music & Art Fair in the tiny town of Bethel, New York, expecting to cover a rock concert. Instead, they spent three remarkable days and nights chronicling what many still regard as the defining event of the 1960s. Many of their photographs of the event have never been published. Until now.
Art Criticism of the Day: Award-winning adult actress Bree Olson posted this photo of herself at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in front of a replica of Marcel Duchamp’s classic readymade piece, “Fountain.”
“Art museum in Philly last week,” she tweeted. “They had some creepy sh*t!”
From Tristan Tzara’s Dada Manifesto: “Thus DADA was born / out of a need for independence / out of mistrust for the community / out of the desire to make creepy sh*t.”