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Whatever camera or phone you have, it’ll report the ISO value it used to take its photos. Despite its ubiquity, ‘ISO’ probably doesn’t mean what you think it does. Worse still, it may be holding your camera back, both in terms of the images it takes and in the tools it provides you. This means it's potentially holding your photography back, too. Part of the problem stems from the fact that ISO so
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.
"The red UI that shows 'hits' is to represent his 'luck' running out. Eventually, enemies will get a clear shot and kill him if he takes enough near-misses." ...
Earlier this week, a major entertainment industry merger was announced: Disney is planning to buy 21st Century Fox for a whopping $52.4 billion. But while this might seem unrelated to the world of photography at first blush, a closer look reveals something pretty important.If the purchase is allowed to go through, Disney will be the majority stake holder in National Geographic, taking over the 73
There could be hope for people who have to spend large sums of money on bottles of eye medication – no, the medicine won't be getting less expensive, but a bottle of it may last much longer. That's because scientists have developed an electronic microdosing system that's considerably more efficient than current technology...Continue Reading Microdosing tech means less wasted eye medicationCat
Landscape photographer Nigel Danson recently headed to the Lake District in England for some landscape photography. In the video below, which goes behind the scenes with Danson, he discusses the "why" of photography. Why is landscape photography so important to him? For Danson, photography takes on a special importance in part because he's dyslexic. This caused him many struggles as a child a
Hate searching for the TV remote, or trying to use it when you've got dirty hands? Well, with Lancaster University's Matchpoint technology, whatever object is close at hand can be used as a remote – you can even just use hand movements on their own. Also, unlike with some other gesture control systems, users don't have to memorize different movements for different commands...Continue Reading


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