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“I Bloom For You” is a new photo in my series I Found The Silence. The idea was created in June 2018, and it was followed by 3 months of planning.The main inspiration was to escape beyond the limits of everyday existence, somewhere where a man can be himself. Escape to a place where we meet ourselves in the purest way possible.The photograph, as well as the entire series, features elements of nat
In this blog post, I talk about why we always fail to meet our deadlines, why our plans never work out, and how you might try to counter the unknown. ...
Spurred by a recent visit home, Amplitude Studios' Maxence Voleau reflects on some good lessons that game devs can learn from how cities inform people about roadwork & other aspects of urban planning. ...
Over the last few months, photographer Brenda Petrella has been making videos about photographing the Milky Way. The third video was just uploaded, so I wanted to share the trio of videos with you all at once. The first video is focused on how to plan a Milky Way photo. Petrella uses the PhotoPills app for planning her photography, particularly for night sky photography. The video below explain
beating out proposals submitted by foster+partners and fuksas, the facility will be be home to the IT laboratories and campuses for russia's sberbank. The post zaha hadid architects receives planning permission to build vast technopark in moscow appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Photographer Thomas Heaton has a new video covering a wide range of tips and tricks for capturing better landscape photos. Let's get right into it with the first topic, the weather. You've really got to check weather forecasts in advance. While they're not perfect and surely not always accurate, they arm you with information and that's a very powerful tool to have at your disposal
we speak with the 2012 pritzker laureate to learn more about the his approach to architecture, and what he thinks is the biggest challenge facing architects today. The post designboom interviews wang shu on historic heritage, identity, and long-term planning appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
There's something particularly special about aurora photography. How else can you explain photographers heading out in the middle of the night just for a typically small chance at photographing the brilliant natural phenomenon? Even if you are fortunate enough to live somewhere near the poles, which grants you a much better opportunity at seeing and shooting auroras, there's still a lot o
Photographer Nick Carver utilizes many different types of cameras in his work, including both analog and digital cameras. Based in California, Carver recently came across an "unmaintained" liquor store in Santa Barbara County, California, and returned to photograph it with his Polaroid SX-70 and then later with a Shen-Hao TFC 617-A 6 x 17 panoramic camera. Carver describes himself as "the kind
Let's discuss the basics of urban structure and the three classic city models; a fine way of getting started with imaginary urban planning for your video game cities. ...


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