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the series features empty, derelict buildings shot across europe that were once sites for the production of clothing, electricity and coal. The post james kerwin captures europe’s industrial decline in ‘apparatus’ photo series appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
The Carl Zeiss Kipronar 120mm f/1.9 is a vintage cinema projector lens that was designed to beam images rather than capture photos, but you can mount it to modern cameras using adapters. Photographer Mathieu Stern created a homemade adapter after buying the lens for $70 and has been delighted by the “insane swirly bokeh” that the lens produces.In the 3-minute video above, Stern shares
The Gemini Observatory on Hawaii’s Mauna Kea dormant volcano has a cloud camera that’s used to monitor sky conditions. But during the ongoing eruption of the Kīlauea volcano, the camera has also been capturing the eruptions dramatic and eerie glow through clouds. Above is a 48-second time-lapse of the glow in the night between May 21st and 22nd.“During the sequence, multiple fis
Wildlife photographer Kevin Ebi was out shooting a few days ago when he witnessed and photographed a crazy sight: a bald eagle and red fox fighting over a rabbit… in midair.While photographing the non-native foxes in San Juan Island National Historical Park on San Juan Island in Washington state, Ebi spotted a young red fox carrying a rabbit it had caught across a meadow. As he panned his c
the designer intertwined spatial details of the hollenegg castle with its rich history for a playful and interactive show under the theme of heritage. The post sara ricciardi’s immersive installation captures the mythical magic of an austrian castle appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Photographer Mathieu Stern is well-known for his videos showcasing odd and unusual lenses. His new video is about a particularly rare lens, the Prototype Helios-65. This lens was produced in Kiev in 1965 and it features an unusual mount, for which there is no commercially-available adapter. Stern acquired the lens and found a way to 3D print an adapter for it. A similar lens, the Helios 44-2, i
We join photographer Adam Gibbs as he explores an old-growth forest along the western coast of Vancouver Island. In this area, he hikes the Juan De Fuca Trail, which includes a pair of nice waterfalls. In the video below, we get to learn about how Gibbs approaches the different scenes. At the first waterfall, he will definitely be using a circular polarizer to reduce reflections. A polarizer al
Achmad Zulkarnain is a professional photographer in Indonesia who has been gaining international recognition for creating his images without hands or legs. This 3-minute video by Great Big Story is the latest look at Zulkarnain’s life and work.Zulkarnain, whom we first featured last year, has become increasingly popular on Instagram, where he now boasts over 43,000 followers.After being bor
the series of genuine instants from the daily rooftop lives of hong kong's inhabitants records how people make use of available space in a cramped city.The post romain jacquet-lagrèze captures hong kong’s rooftops in new photo series appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
UK wedding photographer Stacey Oliver was photographing a castle wedding ceremony earlier this month when an owl was brought out to bring the rings down the aisle. Things didn’t exactly go according to plan, resulting in a series of very memorable wedding photos.The bride and groom, Jeni Arrowsmith and Mark Wood, had decided to use a trained owl as their ring bearer as a surprise for their is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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