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Architect Stefan Hitthaler recently completed an energy-efficient renovation of a mountain chalet in South Tyrol, Italy. Originally constructed in 1973, it was uninhabitable in winter due to poor insulation, but now keeps occupants comfortable, whatever the weather. The architect also made some minor stylistic changes to accentuate its out-of-this-world appearance. .. Continue Reading
In the previous articles in this series, I wrote about reaching Uummannaq in problematic conditions and about the better days that followed. For this final article, I'd like to tell you about my experience shooting Ilulissat and Disko Bay in winter.I'm no stranger to Disko Bay. I've been traveling and guiding there for several years now, so I wasn't as excited about shooting there compared to Uum
In the previous article, I wrote about reaching Uummannaq and the relatively difficult conditions I found in the beginning. Luckily, the days after the gale had passed were much more comfortable, so I began scouting around and shooting, and continued to do so throughout my stay.The little guesthouse I stayed at was very well located—right next to the harbor. This was advantageous since, firstly,
With homelessness on the rise in countries across Europe, photographer Grey Hutton decided to take to the streets of London and Berlin to shoot portraits of the homeless in winter months using a thermal camera. His project is titled Traces of Warmth.“I wanted to get closer to these marginalized members of our society and, through their stories and my pictures, offer a new perspective on the
Earlier this year, I was sent on assignment to shoot Greenland in winter. This was a trip I had been wanting to do for years, but it always fell through due to scheduling conflicts and the fact that visiting Greenland would be quite expensive to do on my own. Luckily, I was approached by Air Greenland and Visit Greenland, in collaboration with my long-time friends and partners at Square Rock, and
no more shivering for these homeless cats The post used hoods become winter homes for shivering stray cats appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
If you enjoy Ben Horne's excellent behind the scenes video content as much as I do, you'll love his latest film reveal video. We've been following his winter trip as he went to Death Valley and then Zion and while we saw some of his images during those vlogs, we now get to take a closer look at his film and hear more about different shots. Horne uses an 8 x 10 view camera, so he can c
Photographer Adam Gibbs creates a ton of great video content in and around Vancouver Island in British Columbia and his latest video shows a gorgeous winter wonderland. Near Qualicum Falls, Gibbs has a lot of great photographic opportunities. Per usual, he's out with his Nikon D850 DSLR and a few Nikon lenses. In this case, he shots with the Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 and Nikon 24-120mm f/4 lenses.
Last week was extremely cold in my country, the Netherlands. February 28th was the coldest 28th of February in history, breaking the record set in 1904. It’s crazy to experience this kind of weather here while some of my friends in Norway and Iceland are having warmer weather.Temperatures of around -10°C (14°F) at night and still below zero during the day combined with extreme winds that go on fo
Back in 2014, the "blackest" material ever produced was revealed. Dubbed Vantablack, this material absorbed 99.96 percent of light that hit it. Now designer Asif Khan has created a stunning pavilion spray-painted with Vantablack for the Winter Olympics commissioned by Hyundai...Continue Reading The super-black building that absorbs light: Asif Khan's Vantablack Winter Olympics PavillionCatego


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