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the design is part of a year long celebration of the renowned scottish architect charles rennie mackintosh. The post scott jarvie celebrates 150 years of mackintosh with light pavilion in glasgow appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
When shooting portraits with artificial light, more doesn't always mean better when it comes to lights. In fact, you can do a lot with only a single light. In the newest episode of OnSet with Daniel Norton, he shows off how to create a high key portrait using only one light. A high key portrait generally features lower contrast, a soft transition from shadow areas to lit areas and generally
Every year, millions of tonnes of perfectly good food are wasted around the world because people aren't sure it's still fresh. To cut down on this, researchers at Fraunhofer are developing an infrared pocket scanner that will let consumers, supermarkets and other food handlers determine if a food item has gone bad and even its degree of ripeness... Continue Reading Pocket scanner blasts fo
Netflix has recently released season three of its Tales by Light documentary series and reality show that follows photographers such as Darren Jew, Art Wolfe and Krystle Wright around the world, looking closely at their way of working, motivation for traveling and storytelling techniques.Travel by Light is supported by Canon and National Geographic and is described on Netflix as a show in which '
Currently, if people have urinary problems such as incontinence or an overactive bladder, medication and/or electronic nerve-stimulating implants are required. An experimental new implant may work better, however, treating the problem using integrated micro-LEDs... Continue Reading Wirelessly-activated implant treats bladder problems using light Category: Medical Tags: Implant
the design presents different positions of the moon and is located at the national chiao tung university in hsinchu, taiwan. The post whyixd creates 9 rotating light installations in taiwan influenced by the moon’s rotations appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
When lighting a portrait, there are typically opportunities to either diffuse light to make it larger and softer or to reflect light back onto your subject to fill in shadows. Which technique is better? In the latest episode of Adorama's OnSet, photographer Daniel Norton investigates this question. In the video below, Norton is using a 5-in-1 reflector, a very common accessory every portrai
I’ve been photographing weddings for 10 years now, so I’ve seen and dealt with nearly every lighting scenario possible, from a dark church with no windows, to a wedding ceremony at high noon with not a cloud in sight. But one thing most photographers don’t know is how to photograph in dappled light!As a professional, you don’t have can’t excuse yourself for bad photos because you were given bad l
A stunning new photo from the Hubble Space Telescope has offered spectacular perspective on a distant interstellar body. This nebula with the gigantic southern hemisphere star RS Puppis at its heart fluctuates in brightness over a six-week period, allowing for some incredible imaging opportunities that capture light rippling across its surface. .. Continue Reading Hubble "holiday wreath" i
inspired by van gogh's iconic imagery, the installation addresses the issue of light pollution in urban areas. The post ‘starry night’ plays with the expressionism of van gogh at amsterdam light festival 2018 appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. 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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