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The New York Times Building by wsifrancis | CC BY-NC-ND 2.0The New York Times has posted a job opening for the position of Photo Director. If you're looking for a high-profile job in the world of photojournalism, and you live in (or don't mind moving to) New York City, you could do a lot worse than working for The Gray Lady.The opening was listed seven days ago, and it goes to great lengths to em
Graphene, the "wonder material" composed of one-atom-thick sheets of linked carbon atoms, now has yet another potential application. Led by Prof. Jiaxing Huang at Illinois' Northwestern University, scientists have used it to create a hair dye that's far less harmful than regular dyes...Continue Reading The latest use for graphene – non-toxic hair dyeCategory: ScienceTags: Graphene
martijn koomen and tadas maksimovas designed and built a fully-functional fixed-gear bike in tribute to an enigmatic, mathematical constant.The post the carbon fiber pi bike is completely irrational, but totally ridable appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
control sound, shape effects and send commands with the motion of your hand as if by magic.The post the wave ring lets you control sound and make music with your finger appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Food photographer Patricia Niven is the latest featured professional in Capture One's new "Dedication" marketing campaign. The campaign is looking at what it takes to be a professional photographer and how Capture One helps different pros with their work. "I think it's really interesting to work with food because while it may seem inanimate, I see it very much as a character. It looks so
Landscape, wildlife, and adventure photographers (among others) will often keep their most treasured locations and subjects secret. And while this might seem rude or selfish or mean, the tale of The Broccoli Tree in Sweden—told beautifully in a recent vlogbrothers video by best-selling author John Green—explains exactly why this practice might also be necessary.The Broccoli Tree, for those who ar
Portrait photographer Manny Ortiz recently got his hands on the newly-announced Sony a7 III full-frame mirrorless camera, allowing him to compare the $2,000 camera to his $3,200 Sony a7R III. Here’s a 6-minute video in which he compares the cameras and discusses the strengths of each one.“The experience of shooting in the real world, there was no difference than when I was shooting wi
Dutch architect Ben van Berkel of UNStudio has launched UNSense, a startup that will develop technologies to make buildings healthier and cities smarter. Read more
founder, CEO and creative director of rag & bone, marcus wainwright teams up with leica on the bespoke camera.The post the leica ‘stealth edition’ monochrom camera glows in the dark for $15,000 appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
There are many reasons why people may like one brand of camera equipment versus another. And if you ask a room full of photographers which camera manufacturer they like the best, and why, you will often get a wide range of responses and opinions.Often the reason for choosing a particular brand or camera is based subjectively upon one’s own specific photographic needs. Other times the reasons may 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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