I've often wondered what happens after the Olympics. I would love to find a comprehensive archive of Olympic venues...
Don Komarechka, an Ontario, Canada-based photographer:
"The process is unlike most other photographers who shoot snowflakes, and allows me to play with prismatic color and surface reflections to a much greater degree."
He take multiple images he's shot of the snowflakes (against a plain black mitten his grandmother gave him) at different focus distances and merges them together.
Photographer Nicolas Reusens uses a technique known as focus stacking — combining several images taken at different depths of field. These photos are from Costa Rica, Malaysia, South Africa, Peru, Ecuador, Mexico and more.
Often I get asked a lot of times about which books I'd recommend for the designers in their lives. Here is a short list.
From the emergence of ad hoc mobile payments in Africa, to the torrent of technology changes rippling across the globe, our understanding of the behaviors come largely through the disciplined and attentive field research. Here is the preeminent text on doing it well.
London-based photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz creates these striking superhero women portraits with milk and food coloring, layering up to 200 photos of the same model with different milk splashes to create the final images.
Director of Photography Dustin Farrell (http://dfvc.com) created this compilation of the best of his storm chasing video from the summer of 2017.
And it is achingly gorgeous....
"Lightning is like a snowflake. Every bolt is different. I learned that lightning varies greatly in speed. There are some incredible looking bolts that I captured that didn't make the cut because even at 1000fps they only lasted for one frame during playback. I also captured some lightning that appear computer generated it lasted so long on the screen."
You know you have those friends and family members. They're techies. They're hipsters. They're geeks with style and substance. Here are our 5 picks for your stylish geeks this year.
his needs to be on the desk of the discerning comic book nerd.
The Bracelet Flask is a wearable porcelain vessel that holds a shot's worth of liquor. The shape was inspired by a small ring-shaped Pennsylvanian hip flask from the 19th century.
This little guy has it all, 2.5Ghz Wi-Fi connection, 5Ghz (2T2R),DLNA, USB On-The-Go support, SD Card, Miracast (for Android and Windows), Airplay, all it takes is a 10 second setup and you're good to go.While the CB-100W does not support HDMI any mobile device can quickly connect to the CB-100W, cable free and Wi-Fi not necessary, this mobile projector will ensure a hassle free experience.
The item is a portable and practical sleeve bag pouch, which is mainly made of drurable soft wool felt material, and can be used to store your Macbook laptops power adapter, wireless mouse, USB cable and other small items and protect them dust, scratches and other damages while traveling.
The Handpresso Outdoor Complete French Press is the perfect way to get a cup of Joe when you're on the go.