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the public installations double as street furniture and lighting. The post oversized versions of five classic lamps illuminate a manchester square appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Over the weekend, we saw Anthony Morganti's video about sharpening and noise reduction in Adobe Lightroom Classic CC. If you missed it, you can view it here. The video, along with the one featured below, is part of his ongoing series Mastering Lightroom Classic CC. His latest video is focused on lens corrections in Lightroom Classic. Lens corrections are an important part of working with RA
As part of his ongoing video series, Mastering Lightroom Classic CC, Anthony Morganti wants to help you get the most from Lightroom's built-in sharpening and noise reduction features. When sharpening an image, there's a balance to be struck between extracting the most detail from your raw images while not overdoing it and giving your images an unnatural appearance. You will also want to
Computer mice have seen some crazy innovations over the years, like the tilting Z mouse, the Mouse-Box that crams a whole PC in your palm, or the levitating mouse from BAT. But, arguably, the basic design was perfected decades ago, and with that in mind Microsoft is now bringing back an updated version of its venerable IntelliMouse... Continue Reading Microsoft goes back to basics with the
Curious about the best way to put a bit of randomness in your game? With the help of speedrunner research, Gamasutra examines how three classic games (Final Fantasy, Super Mario 64, and Pokemon) handle RNG. ...
New York designer Marc Thorpe is behind the interiors of a clubhouse for classic car enthusiasts at Manhattan's Pier 76, where members can show off their vehicles and drink at an industrial-looking bar. Read more
Lightroom CC isn't the only version of Lightroom receiving attention today, Lightroom Classic CC also has some new quality-of-life updates. Adobe has heard customer feedback, photographers want faster and more stable performance and workflow improvements aimed at professionals. As they continue to work on achieving these goals, they've added some of the most-requested features. First up
Danish brand Menu has reissued a lounge chair designed by Ib Kofod-Larsen in 1951, which has cut-outs for resting the elbows when knitting. Read more
Red corrugated roofing fronts the curving bars inside the Falafel Yoni eatery in Montreal, which architect David Dworkind based on the hues of a popular shoe. Read more
the fujifilm X-T100 uses four tactile control dials, a slim compact body and a 3-way articulating screen to take pictures or videos of yourself. The post classic style at entry level, fujifilm unveils the mirrorless X-T100 appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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