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Last year we heard about the Draisine 200.0, a one-off wooden electric balance bike for adults. Well, if you wished that you could buy something like it, now is your chance. The Slovenian-made Big Buddy Bike has a tempered wooden frame, it's adult-sized, and it's an electric balance bike – of a sort...Continue Reading Wooden electric balance bike wants to be your Big BuddyCategory: BicyclesTa
White balance is a very important component of any color photograph. One of the best reasons for shooting RAW, for example, is that you have full control over white balance when processing your images without degrading your file. It's often the case that you want to have a neutral white balance for some types of photography, with landscape images, sometimes it's more about creating a mood
Last week, we shared a couple videos from landscape photographer Dave Morrow. For the uninitiated, he's on the move for much of the year and regularly records his travels via his YouTube channel. His newest video as part of his "Landscape Photography Journals" series focuses on his live view shooting technique and how he sets a custom white balance in the field. One of the more common reasons
When you are shooting high ISO images, it can often be difficult to balance noise reduction and sharpening during your RAW processing. Adobe Camera Raw offers numerous tools to help you reduce noise and increase sharpness, but how do you use them both together? Blake Rudis of f64 Academy has a new tutorial showing his personal image processing workflow when sharpening high ISO images in particula
If you want to freeze action, strobes are a great way to do so. An important aspect to achieving this goal is to shorten your flash's duration. Some strobes include a high-speed or t-mode which will shorten the flash duration. To ensure that your camera's shutter syncs with the short flash, you need to use a high speed sync mode. By cutting the duration of your flash, you weaken the power
For photographers, color is one of the most important aspects of an image (unless, of course, you're shooting black and white). How do you ensure that you have the right color balance in your images? Over at The Slanted Lens, Jay P. Morgan has a new video all about the Datacolor SpyderCUBE. The SpyderCUBE is a $50 calibration tool that not only helps you dial in your color balance, but it als
As part of his Beyond Photography YouTube channel, photographer Andrew Boey has released a new video all about white balance and color cast. In the video below, he discusses white balance presets and how to understand and use custom Kelvin temperature values to dial in the perfect white balance, even in challenging lighting scenarios. Automatic white balance is great in many situations, but in so
Learning to ride a bicycle can be an intimidating process, which is why a lot of children start out on balance bikes. Well, now imagine how a child might feel about riding a motorbike for the first time. It was with this in mind that California-based company STACYC created the Stability Cycle – it's an electric balance bike...Continue Reading Electric balance bike gets tykes shreddin'Category
the 'FSY' house' works with a finely dosed pallet of materials linking lapacho wood, travertine marble, exposed concrete, and details of black granite and black slate.The post REMY’s FSY house in buenos aires uses an exemplary balance of noble materials appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the different gases cause the two balloons to float and sink in opposite directions which in turn establishes a hypnotic installation. The post tadao cern’s black balloon installation establishes a hypnotic balance appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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