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Daniel Libeskind's architecture firm has revealed plans for a museum in Iquique, Chile, featuring jagged, earthy concrete walls that are intended to evoke "the stark landscape of the Atacama Desert". Read more
visitors are greeted with a building that comprises three pairs of parallel vertical walls, which shape the museum's major spaces. The post daniel libeskind designs coastal museum that references chile’s atacama desert appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
When creating a final black and white portrait, it is best to know you are going to end up with a monochrome image at the time of capture. This is because there are ways you can light your image which will make a stronger black and white image which may not have a similar impact on a color image. As Daniel Norton points out in the latest episode of his video series, OnSet, photographers often e
In the 200th episode of his educational video series, OnSet, photographer Daniel Norton is tackling one of the trickiest composition scenarios in portrait photography, a group photo. Creating a compelling group photo is no easy feat. Starting with the lighting, Norton is opting for a very large, soft light. He is shooting four lights through a six-foot scrimjim, which will result in a sort of s
When working with clients, photographer Daniel Norton is frequently asked to create an image with a clean, crisp white background. In the latest episode of OnSet, Norton shows us how to set up this shot, including how to light an image with a white background. By doing a good job in camera and with your initial setup, you can save yourself a lot of time and hassle during post-processing. Firstl
You can dramatically change the look of your portrait by simply changing the distance and angle of bounced light. Much like it's important to learn how to set up your light (or lights) for portrait photography, it is perhaps equally important to understand how to bounce your existing lights. In the video below, photographer Daniel Norton shows how to bounce light in the latest episode of hi
With color gels, you can create a lot of interesting and vibrant portraits. It's a way for you to put your own spin on a traditional lighting setup and make images with powerful tones and moods. In the video below, photographer Daniel Norton shows how to create color shadows in your studio shots by mixing strobes with color gels and utilizing a single "clean" light. Why mix in a light witho
everything's fossilized for one reason or another. The post daniel arsham connects 10 years of timeless works with some new archaeological riddles appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the sculpture is filled with small shards of quartz in varying shades of pink that create unique patterns. The post daniel arsham debuts limited edition pink version of ‘sand circle’ sculpture appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Traditionally, photographers have used strobes to light still images. They're powerful and consistent, but they're not a constant light source so they cannot be used for video. As video becomes a more important part of the modern photographer's workflow, people have been looking at different light sources, ones which are more versatile than strobes and can work for stills and video. 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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