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Hitting theatres last Friday, Proud Mary is a new action film starring Taraji P. Henson, who you might be familiar with from the television shows Empire and Person of Interest. While blockbuster movies are typically out of our wheelhouse here at Imaging Resource, Proud Mary is interesting to Sony fans in particular because it was filmed using the Sony A7S II, Sony A9 and the Sony RX0. The A7S II
Our first Firmware Friday roundup of the year arrives a week later than usual, with no new releases having landed over the New Year's period. This week, though, we have news to report from Fujifilm, Panasonic and Sony, with the latter in particular having some exciting new features on offer. Let's get right down to what's new, starting off with Sony's big news! Sony Alpha A9 Firmw
Today we have a pair of portrait retouching videos to share with you. If you are new to portrait photography or simply want to find ways to improve your efficiency and effectiveness with retouching, this is the place to be. The first video comes from Adorama TV and photographer Mark Wallace. It's actually a supplement to a video Wallace did in November with Adorama, which you can see here. Th
the design features unique, stereoscopic patterns, inspired by a flow of air travelling across the body of a moving vehicle.The post a 3D facade of 7,553 tiles wraps KIA’s experience centre with algorithmic patterns appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
100 manila file folders, one bottle of glue, 50 xacto blades, 3.000 individual pieces, and 1,000 hours of work were necessary to complete the 1:20 model.The post luca iaconi-stewart meticulously crafts airbus A380 out of manila paper appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
a new patent hints at the three future possibilities of a samsung double-sided phone, all with interactive display on the back of the device.The post a samsung double-sided phone is in the works latest patent reveals appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
It's easy to take for granted how far technology has come. In a new video, landscape photographer Thomas Heaton demonstrates this by going out in a campervan and capturing and processing a new image on the road. It's a misty day for Heaton in the English Lake District. These are the exact conditions he was after as he doesn't often shoot in mist. His objective is to capture a single i
Tech entrepreneur Elon Musk has faced criticism from experts after saying that public transport is inaccessible for many and used by serial killers. Read more
Gamasutra discusses unexpected sources of inspiration and the challenges of indie marketing with the director of the striking indie game AER: Memories of Old. ...
Small children aren't exactly known for being careful with their belongings, so expecting them not to lose or drop a conventional smartphone may be asking a bit much. That's where myFirst Fone comes in – it's a compact 3G smartphone that's worn like a watch...Continue Reading A smartphone that's fit for a kidCategory: Mobile TechnologyTags: Children Kickstarter Smartphon


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