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Holga DLSR Lens for Canon

Holga DLSR Lens for Canon

The biggest problem I have with digital photography is that it's too perfect. Pictures look great and sharp, but sometimes I want my lens to flare or distort or do something less than perfect. That's where this Holga lens mod comes in. The Holga is essentially a toy camera that produces wonderfully distorted pictures. Make Magazine published instructions for creating a Holga lens for a Canon SLR and this website popped up selling the finished lens. The pictures I've taken are dreamy, surreal and a bit retro. I can't remember the last time I had so much fun with my camera

  • WARNING: REFLECTIONS IN THIS MIRROR MAY BE DISTORTED BY SOCIETAL STEREOTYPES ABOUT BEAUTY on Ownza

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  • I already had an eye on this camera - has a 170 degree view that compacts everything into a distorted circular image (it even has a round cutter for the pics!!)- and now... in this pink-pink-pink colour...... I have to have it!! ... I already had an eye on this camera - has a 170 degree view that compacts everything into a distorted circular image (it even has a round cutter for the pics!!)- and now... in this pink-pink-pink colour...... I have to have it!! Again, exclusive to Urban Outfitters!

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  • Austin's Woven Bones cap off a bunch of garage-oriented singles with a full-length that trades in the pompadour for a shag, and keeps the black leather jacket intact. This is full on JAMC/Sound of Confusion-era Spacemen 3 worship,... Austin's Woven Bones cap off a bunch of garage-oriented singles with a full-length that trades in the pompadour for a shag, and keeps the black leather jacket intact. This is full on JAMC/Sound of Confusion-era Spacemen 3 worship, replete with thundering toms, grinding distorted guitars, and affected vocals.

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  • Three long years after the Deftones issued their self-titled album to puzzling reviews, the Sacramento quintet is back with Saturday Night Wrist, a recording that will further muddy the waters about who they are and what they're t... Three long years after the Deftones issued their self-titled album to puzzling reviews, the Sacramento quintet is back with Saturday Night Wrist, a recording that will further muddy the waters about who they are and what they're trying to do. After the breakthrough metallic-sounding Around the Fur, the band confounded critics and fans alike with the much softer and atmospherically adventurous White Pony. In 2003 they further transgressed the borderlines of all things boxed and tied with their self-titled album, which seemed to walk the line between rockist and "sensitive." But it's Saturday Night Wrist that fills out the portrait, bleeding though textures from one rock & roll type to another and coming up with something else altogether yet definitively "Deftones." The album began with a question and a small conflict in deciding on a producer. Already working with the hip Dan the Automator, after some internal drama the band decided on veteran Bob Ezrin. Ezrin pays off in a number of ways: these songs, as diverse as they are, are utterly disciplined sonically. They have all the tension and dynamic, all the immediacy of yore, but the mix is spacious, and Chino Moreno's vocals soar above it. That said, the vocals were produced by Far's Shaun Lopez. The wall of guitar sound walks a high wire between harder, more metallic rock and angular indie rock, winding them together. Check the opener -- and single -- "Hole in the Earth." It begins with a wall of feedback and thunderously distorted guitars accented by rim shots and cymbal fire before giving way to a skeletal six-string figure that seems barely able to support Moreno's singing, which combines the euphoria of a young, less pretentious Bono with the attack of, well, the Deftones. Guitars echo and whisper all along the backdrop while Moreno hovers there, until they crackle and spit to bring him back. Popping muddy drums and distorted guitars introduce "Rapture," as Moreno gobs and screams the lyrics. Even here, the attack is straightforward as it turns and twists, all on sharp corners and rhythmic shifts. There are killer digital dub effects put into play on "Cherry Waves," giving the tune a bit of a blessed-out psychedelic effect as the band marries together the hookery of the vintage Smashing Pumpkins, the big chord riffs of Jane's Addiction, and U2's best shimmer while tossing in a bridge of eight bars from the Who's "Overture" from Tommy! It might have been a terrible mess, but it works beautifully. System of a Down's Serj Tankian helps out with additional vocals on "Mein," and Giant Drag's Annie Hardy helps out on "Pink Cellphone" (what a dumb title). The drippy space pop that is "Xerces" finds Moreno breathing a little too close to Billy Corgan for comfort on the verses. The gear-grinding guitars on "Rats!Rats!Rats!" are a welcome textural change, and the crunchy verse and refrain are downright nasty. The most straight-ahead rock attack comes on "KimDracula," with its bass throb and whiteout guitar riff; it pushes Moreno a little further outside the tune to come to terms with it. Ultimately, Saturday Night Wrist is satisfying, though it may take a few listens given all the changes in individual cuts that tend to blur together the first time or two through. To the faithful, the Deftones once again offer up their own brand of blast and croon. As for everyone else, there's plenty here to like, to argue with, and to be puzzled by . ~ Thom Jurek, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • Distorted Wall Clock is made in the surrealistic tradition of Salvador Dali's famous Persistence of Memory. Fluid lines of the shiny, brushed aluminum-finished, wooden frames contour and bend around the gold-tone inner trim. Jon G... Distorted Wall Clock is made in the surrealistic tradition of Salvador Dali's famous Persistence of Memory. Fluid lines of the shiny, brushed aluminum-finished, wooden frames contour and bend around the gold-tone inner trim. Jon Gilmore design has white face with black hands and Roman numerals.

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  • Led Zeppelin had a fully formed, distinctive sound from the outset, as their eponymous debut illustrates. Taking the heavy, distorted electric blues of Jimi Hendrix, Jeff Beck, and Cream to an extreme, Zeppelin created a majestic,... Led Zeppelin had a fully formed, distinctive sound from the outset, as their eponymous debut illustrates. Taking the heavy, distorted electric blues of Jimi Hendrix, Jeff Beck, and Cream to an extreme, Zeppelin created a majestic, powerful brand of guitar rock constructed around simple, memorable riffs and lumbering rhythms. But the key to the group's attack was subtlety: it wasn't just an onslaught of guitar noise, it was shaded and textured, filled with alternating dynamics and tempos. As Led Zeppelin proves, the group was capable of such multi-layered music from the start. Although the extended psychedelic blues of "Dazed and Confused," "You Shook Me," and "I Can't Quit You Baby" often gather the most attention, the remainder of the album is a better indication of what would come later. "Babe I'm Gonna Leave You" shifts from folky verses to pummeling choruses; "Good Times Bad Times" and "How Many More Times" have groovy, bluesy shuffles; "Your Time Is Gonna Come" is an anthemic hard rocker; "Black Mountain Side" is pure English folk; and "Communication Breakdown" is a frenzied rocker with a nearly punkish attack. Although the album isn't as varied as some of their later efforts, it nevertheless marked a significant turning point in the evolution of hard rock and heavy metal. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • A t-shirt with distorted letters that says, "imitation is the highest form of flattery." It all looks very cool!

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  • by Greenwood Space Travel Supply Co. Often regarded as the most horrifying force in the universe, the super concentrated gravity of the black hole is not only useful for jump-starting the spiral motion of a galaxy, it is also a... by Greenwood Space Travel Supply Co. Often regarded as the most horrifying force in the universe, the super concentrated gravity of the black hole is not only useful for jump-starting the spiral motion of a galaxy, it is also an ideal catalyst for generating worm holes to aid in long-distance interstellar space and/or time travel. Compressed molecular empty space and distorted time trajectories are worries of the past with this easy-to-use Black Hole Starter Kit. Contains two 1" magnetic balls.

  • These two bands are so cool, most of the super cool people in the world haven't even heard of them yet, let alone everyone else. In fact... they're so cool, they're practically a secret (shhh! don't tell!). This is a split EP, s... These two bands are so cool, most of the super cool people in the world haven't even heard of them yet, let alone everyone else. In fact... they're so cool, they're practically a secret (shhh! don't tell!). This is a split EP, so there are five songs by Revolution State, followed by five songs by Noizekatt on this CD. HISTORY OF THE REVOLUTION: Revolution State was founded by Ben P. and Bonnie P. in the fall of the year 2000. In 2003 they contributed two songs to the album Hex Angel: Utopia Dystopia, "Misery", and "Eva". The tracks were well received by fans and critics alike, and IGN.com even praised "Eva", calling it "a quasi-instrumental minimalist piece that is evocative of Coil’s Musick to Play in the Dark". These tracks, as well as the tracks previously written by the band laid the ground work for the Revolution State sound: a blend of elements from dark electro, idm, and power noise that allow for a unique and varied listening experience. In the spring of 2005 Ben and Bonnie formed their noisy ebm project Noizekatt, showcasing Bonnie’s vocals with driving distorted rhythms and aggressive synths. Although Noizekatt was originally a live only project, it soon became an official second project. In June 2006 the Revolution State track “Deny” received recognition through a compilation appearance on Endzeit Bunkertracks Act 2, released by the Belgian Alfa-Matrix label. In August of the same year, Revolution State contributed two amazing remixes for the "Wound" single: "Wound (Legacy of the Revolution)", and "Ghost Regen (Fractured Coils Version)". "Wound" ranked on the Deutsch Alternative Chart’s singles chart for seven weeks and held the 1 position for four weeks. In October 2006 Revolution State contributed an ethereal dance remix of the song "Demon Breeder" to Neikka RPM’s album The Rise of the Thirteenth Serpent. Early in 2007 both Revolution State and Noizekatt signed with the Vendetta Music label, and their first album, the Revolution State vs. Noizekatt split EP, officially became a Vendetta Music release. Currently, Ben and Bonnie are hard at work in the studio, and plan to complete a brand new full length album for each project in 2008. They have also recently worked on new remixes for Necrotek, Experiment Haywire, and Dead Turns Alive, and the Noizekatt track "Scars" will also appear on machineKUNT Record’s first compilation Extreme Women in the Dark Future later this year.

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  • John Gilmore designed this is a unique distorted clock that looks like its just going to melt off your wall! Very interesting to look at ... Great art piece all on its own!

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  • I have a friend that loves "round" animals, and I love animals with proportions that are highly distorted. A perfect match for us both.

  • Lomo has really gone above and beyond with this copper edition. This 170 degree lens creates a distorted circular image. Fun for all ages and a gift that can't go wrong!

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  • A 35 mm camera that has a fisheye lens, capturing 170 degrees by compacting everything into a distorted circular image. It features a premium glass lens that offers bright colors and crazy contrasts and an electronic flash for day... A 35 mm camera that has a fisheye lens, capturing 170 degrees by compacting everything into a distorted circular image. It features a premium glass lens that offers bright colors and crazy contrasts and an electronic flash for day or night use.

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  • The Philips SHS391 Behind-the-Neck Headphones feature bass beat vents that allow air movement so that you benefit from better sound and a deeper, richer bass and 32mm speaker drivers that are compact and keep your music non-distor... The Philips SHS391 Behind-the-Neck Headphones feature bass beat vents that allow air movement so that you benefit from better sound and a deeper, richer bass and 32mm speaker drivers that are compact and keep your music non-distorted.

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  • A vibrant and unique wallpaper that has much more to it than asethetics. Artist Sheila Bridges designed this wallpaper toile to tell a story. "Harlem toile de Jouy tells a rich yet satirical story about African American life throu... A vibrant and unique wallpaper that has much more to it than asethetics. Artist Sheila Bridges designed this wallpaper toile to tell a story. "Harlem toile de Jouy tells a rich yet satirical story about African American life through the often distorted lens of the media. I designed it to remind people of many of the stereotypes that have historically been and continue to be associated with African Americans living in rural parts of the country as well as urban areas like Harlem " Definitely an interesting piece to have in our home!

  • Fully Automatic brings the hard and the harder to the scene, with tracks like 'Free' and 'Nyquest'; heavily distorted tracks with deep bass lines. Great mix by one of the greatest in the scene, this is the album that pushed the tr... Fully Automatic brings the hard and the harder to the scene, with tracks like 'Free' and 'Nyquest'; heavily distorted tracks with deep bass lines. Great mix by one of the greatest in the scene, this is the album that pushed the track 'Drowning' by Cleveland Lounge to the dnb mainstream.

  • I love the blue flowers in the shape of a heart...and the blue bridge in the background. Could be meaningful...could also just be a really nice piece of artwork.

  • great, multiple colour combinations , inexpensive, melamine plates for picnic, beach, park, garden...looks like a slightly distorted peace sign too.... right on !

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  • Sampled and distorted beats on top of other worldly sounds and effects describe this album that remains just as fresh as when it was first opened.

  • While were on the subject, the utopian sixties inspired revolutionary and alternative ways to live, love, and entertain—and equally radical spaces to do it in. Stimulated by the psychedelic drug culture, rebel designers and archit... While were on the subject, the utopian sixties inspired revolutionary and alternative ways to live, love, and entertain—and equally radical spaces to do it in. Stimulated by the psychedelic drug culture, rebel designers and architects distorted space to create womblike coves and isolation chambers, forging a spatial vocabulary that still reverberates today. At the same time, the tune-in-turn-on-drop-out message lured youths into far-flung communes, often under the roofs of brightly painted geodesic domes draped and tie-dyed fabric. Idealistic and anarchic enclaves with names like Drop City and Morning Star redefined the concept of community, inventing a wildly spontaneous way of building and dwelling. For the first time, these ephemeral spaces are brought together in Spaced Out. The many never-before-published photographs and an inventive text by acclaimed author Alastair Gordon show in detail the spirit and ideas of this radical period.

  • Project Censored is an annually published collection of news stories from the previous year that failed to make headlines in commercial media or that were grossly distorted with false information. The things that are going on in ... Project Censored is an annually published collection of news stories from the previous year that failed to make headlines in commercial media or that were grossly distorted with false information. The things that are going on in the world and especially in your own backyard that we are never told will open your eyes and leave you shocked.

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  • They weren't a "One Hit Wonder", but this album did prove to be their strongest. The songs are catchy and the guitars are really strong. "El Distorto De Melodica" could be as distorted and heavy as anything off of the Matrix sou... They weren't a "One Hit Wonder", but this album did prove to be their strongest. The songs are catchy and the guitars are really strong. "El Distorto De Melodica" could be as distorted and heavy as anything off of the Matrix soundtrack, while "I Will Buy You A New Life" was a great, modern rock, mainstream hit. A terrific 90 album.

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  • Such a shame that this is no longer in print. You can still buy it used though, and I highly recommend it. It has a smoky, jazz feel to it, which is great for quiet late nights. Includes some U2 songs, some original and some no... Such a shame that this is no longer in print. You can still buy it used though, and I highly recommend it. It has a smoky, jazz feel to it, which is great for quiet late nights. Includes some U2 songs, some original and some not. There's also a duet with Bono and Daniel Lanois, which is great, and my personal favorite "Dancing Shoes", which is just Bono, but his voice is unbelievable. I do recommend you skip the "Satellite of Love" cover, as the vocals are distorted to the extreme and I find it unpleasant. Otherwise though it's a great, totally mellow album.

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  • Eet's bold! Sehr beautiful! The design is much sharper than as pictured here. Upon transferring, the design became noticeably distorted & the pattern looks like wavering lines. REAAAALLLY--- It is an A-lined dress, the lines are... Eet's bold! Sehr beautiful! The design is much sharper than as pictured here. Upon transferring, the design became noticeably distorted & the pattern looks like wavering lines. REAAAALLLY--- It is an A-lined dress, the lines are perfectly angular. Visit the VS website for a fairer representation.

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  • Cute idea... horrible design. There are other soft sole skull shoes, out there, that are much better looking! The skull on this shoe looks silly & distorted. The shoes just look like they are poor quality.

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  • The photo of this t-shirt looks as distorted as the art on it. Burrp! Maybe I'll wear it to the Bjork concert.

  • All these pictures are 360° panoramas projected to look like small planets. The initial panorama is built from many individual pictures with the following tools: * autopano-sift to create control points, * hugin to figure out... All these pictures are 360° panoramas projected to look like small planets. The initial panorama is built from many individual pictures with the following tools: * autopano-sift to create control points, * hugin to figure out, from the control points, how each picture should be distorted, * enblend, to stitch the distorted pictures together.

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