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With the help of photographer and educator Jay P. Morgan and the team at The Slanted Lens, you can learn to capture beautiful splash photography photos using various lighting techniques and with the aid of the MIOPS Splash Kit. The splash kit is an all-in-one kit for creating consistently great water drop images. It allows you to customize the size and speed of water drops and can control both yo
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
If solving the problem of climate change was a 100-piece jigsaw puzzle, systems that suck C02 out of the air might make up one or two pieces. But as a warming planet and rising global emissions loom large, there are many who believe this unproven technology will have an important role to play – the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) among them. Climeworks is a Swiss comp
When trying to capture an expansive scene in a single frame, such as a landscape image with a foreground element, it can be difficult to determine where you should focus in the frame for the best results. Even when you stop down a lens, you cannot get everything in perfect focus. However, you can the important parts of the image reasonably sharp, which is the ultimate goal. There are other ways t
the three-bedroom, four-bath house is an early example of wright’s late-career rounded style, and is now on sale for 12.9M. The post frank lloyd wright’s spiralling house – that cools itself by capturing the wind – is on the market for $12.9M appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Capturing images that grab attention is a goal of any photographer. It’s exactly this skill that separates a good photographer from an average one.An image can grab the viewers attention in many ways. A typical one (especially in recent years) is through the use of strong and vivid colors. However, such images (with many exceptions, of course) tend to give only a momentarily “wow”-effect, just to
When photographing birds, you often want a very high shutter speed, which means you need a lot of light. However, what do you do if you're photographing on a cloudy day? Photographer Tim Boyer has a new video offering three tips for bird photography on cloudy days. If you have a bland, gray sky that really saps the life from an image, the best thing you can do is keep the sky out of the pic
designboom speaks to photographer rosie matheson about her love of film, the challenges of portraiture, and why she's so fascinate by the boys next door. The post photographer rosie matheson on capturing what it means to be ‘one of the boys’ appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Tony Northrup is regularly asked by viewers how he is able to capture handheld shots at such slow shutter speeds. For example, it's not uncommon for him to shoot with a telephoto lens at shutter speeds as slow as 1/25 of a second. His shutter speeds are guided by the "rule of doubles," a rule he made up to replace the film-era reciprocal rule. With lenses and cameras featuring better image
the park is located in poitiers, state of poitou-charentes, and comprises several original buildings designed by architect denis laming. The post aumond aurélien questions futuristic architecture of 90s capturing french park futuroscope appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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