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While there are a lot of common and purpose-built light modifiers, such as umbrellas, softboxes and reflectors, there are also a lot of other modifiers you can use that are less common, including a flag. In his newest video, Jay P. Morgan with The Slanted Lens shows us how to shape light with flags as part of his Laws of Light video series. There are multiple kinds of flags. There's a sol
the series illustrates the team's exploration of the possibility to propose unique objects by standardizing only the process and integrating this concept to the ecological idea of upcycling old and unwanted. The post small tables and light on a rock collection by QTA at milan design week appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Multi-tool makers have gotten pretty good at squeezing all manner of implements into the one palm-sized device. But the thinking behind the Anywhere Tools system from Nevada's Keyport is that folks should be able to easily customize their kit as required, using a modular everyday carry setup to allow for easy swapping in and out of components... Continue Reading Modular multi-tool lets you
When capturing portraits, one of the first decisions you need to make is what kind of light you want to use. Some photographers prefer using natural light. It's no-nonsense, relatively easy to work with and it can produce excellent results. Other photographers opt instead for using artificial light, oftentimes trying to recreate a somewhat natural look, but with more flexibility than you have
the outdoor cathedral transforms classical compositions into meshes of illumination. The post napp studio proposes a cathedral of light in central london for future festivities appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Photography is all about light. No matter what kind of photography you do, light is of central importance. Learning how to recognize, utilize and create good light (and shadows) is a critical skill. Photographer Sean Tucker has started a new video series on his YouTube channel about good light. If you capture images with good light, then you're already well on your way to a good photograph.
made of overlapping transparent surfaces, the installation reinterprets the colors of the sun by creating an enigmatic, fuzzy blur of orange gradients.The post vincent leroy’s sunrise installation rotates to display a globe of blurry light appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
If you're a bicycle commuter, then it's entirely likely that you regularly encounter a pothole, etc that makes you say "Why doesn't the city do something about this?". Well, first they have to know about it – and the Flare headlight is designed to tell them...Continue Reading Smart bike light drops "Flares" on road problemsCategory: BicyclesTags: bike lights Cycling Head
University of Michigan engineers Euisik Yoon and Sung-Yun Park have developed a nearly microscopic image sensor that doesn't require an external source of power. Measuring less than a millimeter across, this prototype camera could be placed just about anywhere – it only requires a light source to harvest energy. The technology is detailed in a study recently published in IEEE Xplore.This isn't th
the piece is an immersive light installation which isolates the sun’s rays into architectural elements in space. The post pneuhaus’ atmosphere installation is a dynamic labyrinth of light appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. 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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