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Chilean collective GT2P has used a computer to delicately cut wavy forms based on the Andes mountains into the top of a wooden coffee table, currently on show at New York gallery Friedman Benda. Read more
ford created a new dimension of tactile language for the visually impaired to interact with on their windows. The post ford’s new window lets blind passengers feel rolling landscapes in real time appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Photographer Mads Peter Iversen has recently been in Iceland and he's got a gorgeous 4K video to prove it. In his latest video, Iversen shows off awesome drone footage and some fantastic landscape locations throughout northeastern Iceland, including a volcanic crater and a lovely lake. To view more of Iversen's educational content and behind-the-scenes vlogs, head over to his YouTube ch
Dezeen promotion: abstract patterns and natural hues feature in German brand Walter Knoll's carpet collection, which is inspired by the continent of Africa. Read more
Last autumn, Phase One released the IQ3 100MP Trichromatic digital back for their XF camera system. The digital back incorporated a newly-designed 101-megapixel medium-format sensor which utilized new Bayer Filter color technology. This tech allows for a different method for separating red, green and blue light and Phase One claims that this leads to more authentic color reproduction. While the c
Danish wildlife and nature photographer Morten Hilmer is tackling landscape photography in his latest video. While he travels frequently, this time he is in a forest nearby to his home. The weather is snowy so his gear takes quite a bit of abuse. Fortunately, his two cameras are up to the task. His primary shooting camera is the Nikon D5 and his behind-the-scenes video camera is a Panasonic GH5.
Photographer Adam Gibbs opens his latest video with clips from other vlogs in which he talks about light. Sometimes he remarks that the light isn't working out, other times he talks about how it's hitting just the right part of a landscape. No matter whether light is good or bad, it's always at the center of photography. The trick is not only finding the right light -- and oftentimes
In case you missed it, Macphun recently made the full transition to their new name, Skylum. This branding change is in large part due to the company switching from only making software for Mac to releasing their software on Windows as well. You can learn more about the name change here. As part of their new brand, Skylum Software has released a new video with travel photographer Jim Nix. In the v
Australian photographer Andrew Marr visited Scotland last year and captured many beautiful images. Viewers of his video about the trip asked him about his editing process so he has created a new tutorial video showing his editing process in Lightroom. Marr's photography often features a lot of dynamism and drama, so he wants to share his tips and tricks for creating dramatic images via post-p
Waterfalls are a very popular subject for photographers and with great reason, they're dynamic and every waterfall is different. With different lighting conditions and depending on recent weather, even the same waterfall can vary dramatically over time. Photographer Adam Gibbs recently headed to Englishman River Falls on Vancouver Island to try out a variety of compositions. Gibbs was equippe 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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