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the new embassy compound (NEC) is expected to break ground in late 2018 and to welcome its first occupants in 2022. The post SHoP architects references hondura’s mountainous landscape in US embassy design appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
DRAA studio's 'la dacha' refuge overlooks the andes of chile and features a thermally massive core which heats the interior using passive methods The post DRAA’s la dacha refuge overlooks the vast landscape of the chilean andes appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Photographer Adam Karnacz has recently been shooting with the Fujifilm GFX 50S and his latest video is focused on shooting landscapes with the medium-format mirrorless GFX. Does he think it’s the best landscape camera on the market today? Let’s find out. To put the GFX 50S to the test, Karnacz headed to North Yorkshire in the United Kingdom on a crisp autumn morning. It’s wort
swiss firm lacroix chessex presents the timber-clad crèche -- a childrens' nursery -- in lancy which engulfs the natural landscape of the small clearing The post lacroix chessex architectes envelops the landscape with nursery in switzerland appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
If you shoot a lot of landscape images, it can be easy to be drawn in by the idea that certain lenses are landscape lenses and other lenses, particularly telephoto lenses, should only be used for other types of photography. However, there are many occasions when a telephoto lens is the ideal choice for a landscape image. After getting back from a workshop he held in the Lake District in the Unite
Photographer Thomas Heaton was recently in Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park for a landscape photography conference. As one of the photographers invited to give presentations, Heaton was also there to lead groups during shooting expeditions. One of these expeditions was to the famous Mesa Arch in Arches National Park. Rather than be filled with excitement to visit such an iconic
About a week ago, we shared a video from photographer Attilio Ruffo in which he shared some basic adjustments he makes to every landscape image in Adobe Lightroom. The video kicked off a mini-series to help beginners get up to speed with the basics of using Lightroom to edit their raw images. It can be a daunting task to learn how to edit photos, but you can do a lot to your images in only a few
In photographer Thomas Heaton’s latest video, there are a couple of particularly interesting and separate topics covered. Firstly, in Heaton’s previous video, he was photographing a picturesque scene when people walked into his composition and didn’t move before the nice light was gone. Some of his viewers commented that he should have asked them to move. In his new video, seen
Painterly valleys, evocative storms, and chilly mountain vistas feature in the winning images for this year's Landscape Photographer of the Year, a unique photographic competition that is designed to showcase the British countryside... Continue Reading Arresting nature: The winners of the 2018 Landscape Photographer of the Year Category: Digital Cameras Tags: Awards B
Photographer and educator Attilio Ruffo has kicked off a new three-part video series aimed at beginner photographers. In this first video, featured below, Ruffo shows us five adjustments he makes to every one of his landscape images using Adobe Lightroom. If you aren’t advanced with Lightroom, don’t worry, as the tips and simple and straightforward. If you have ever been too afraid to


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