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The Nature Conservancy recently revealed the winning photographs from its massive global contest hunting down the most glorious images of nature across five categories. The winning photograph from French photographer Camille Briottet, illustrates the majesty of two wild Stallions frolicking in the mud... Continue Reading The astonishing Nature Conservancy Photo Contest winners Category: D
It’s becoming harder to get the entire image sharp with the constantly wider lenses and more extreme foregrounds that are used in today’s photography. Even optimal apertures aren’t enough to get both the foreground and background as sharp as desired. That doesn’t mean that it’s impossible, though. Focus stacking for sharper images has become a go-to technique for photographers of all levels to ac
designboom takes a look at the weapons used in battle between teams at this summer's world cup, as well as past tournaments. The post the world cup: design, technology and innovation through football boots appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Thomas Heaton has over a quarter of a million subscribers to his YouTube channel, he has tons of Instagram followers and he regularly travels the world capturing photos. It'd be easy to think that this means he's always capturing amazing, portfolio-worthy photographs. However, sometimes it's not that simple. In the video below, Heaton discusses the idea of "keeper" photos in landsca
The California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) is set to overturn a controversial recent court decision that proposed all coffee shops and makers in the state brand their product with a cancer warning label. The new government regulation is another chapter in the long-running battle over whether a cup of coffee is a legitimate cancer risk... Continue Reading The wa
There are 50 examples of sustainable fashion on show in the Netherlands for the inaugural State of Fashion exhibition, including textiles created from salvaged plastic bags and shoes made of fish skins. In a Dezeen exclusive, curator José Teunissen reveals her highlights. Read more
Apple just launched a new ad campaign called “Behind the Mac,” featuring stories of how people are using the company’s gadgets and technology in special ways. One of the creatives featured is photographer Bruce Hall, who’s legally blind. You can watch his feature in this 1-minute ad.Because of his visual impairment, Hall ordinarily sees the world around him looking like an
there will be pain, suffering, beauty and joy as goliaths fall and davids rise.  The post the world cup stadiums that have had the biggest impact on cities and sport appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Dezeen's US editor Dan Howarth has selected his highlights from this year's NeoCon furniture fair, which took place 11-13 June 2018 at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago. Read more
French artist Benedetto Bufalino has been transforming ordinary cars into surreal art installations for several years now. His latest work adventurously reclaims an old camping trailer and miraculously turns it into a functional, mobile swimming pool... Continue Reading The mischievous French artist who turned an old caravan into a swimming pool Category: Good Thinking Tags: A


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