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Dirt Poster is a Design and Graphic-Design work made by Roland Reiner Tiangco, a new graduate of a Design School, living in New York. While handling the poster, your hands starts to get dirty, and this dirt allows you to see what’s the poster is all about. Check out also the artist’s Website.
via Whitezine (+)
Ciao for now. We got work to do
still surfing the “SS” zone, we repost from architizer the new Scofidio project just released.
“At a crowded public meeting last night in Chelsea, landscape architect James Corner and architect Ricardo Scofidio presented the first renderings of the preliminary design for the High Line, Phase 3. The project, which is expected to be completed by 2014 at a cost of $90 million, will extend in several directions: the “Spur”, a new urban node hovering above the junction of 30th Street and 10th Avenue, complete with….Keep reading here
Jean-Yves Lemoigne is an advertising photographer since 2004. He works with the top creatives agencies in the world : DDB, BBH, EuroRSCG, Saatchi&Saatchi, BBDO, TBWA, Wieden & Kennedy … His advertising work does not look like classic advertising and has been awarded many times (CannesLions, Epica, Euorbest, Clio, New-York Festival)
JeanYves Lemoigne (+).
Enjoy some of his best shots in the gallery bellow in g00d resolution ☟
Great artist just discovered through “I nee a guide”
Full photo report : Gallery bellow
Good.Morning little Giraffes,
After popular request following posts on Photography, Architecture & Cityscape like :
- How to make HDR shots ☞ Click
- Architecture & Photography by Wolfgang Sievers ☞ Click
- Christian Stoll Photography ☞ Click
We present you the beautiful work of Philipp Klinger, based on capturing architectural and urban elements though his lense
The rest of the photos,
are displayed bellow due to lack of space in the post and for better navigation in the gallery bellow ☟
Big up to Klinger for this fantastic work (+)
well now that you bought your Cannon 7d
time to boost your skills…
If you like colours(WE DONT!)…
here is HDR
What Are HDR Images?
The human eye has a very high range of sense to images’ light perspective and depth. This range varies from seeing image details in the star light at night or in bright sun light, this is what is known as the human eye dynamic range.
The HDR (High Dynamic Range) images use this concept to provide images experience that includes high depth and contrast between the image elements to give it more artistic effect.
How to produce HDR images?
There are two main concepts to produce HDR images, the computer rendering process which help creating full High Dynamic Range images and using multiple shots of the image and merge those images into HDR image.
The camera shots are known as Low Dynamic Range images as it does not provide that wide range of light and contrast. Thus, to be able to produce HDR images, multiple shots of the object with different settings are arranged together or laminated through applications such as Photoshop to produce the HDR images with high range of contrast and light that produces an artistic dramatic effect.
Generally, the images that are used to produce the HDR images are taken as Camera RAW extension to provide the highest quality available to create the image depth.
Let’s Enjoy It!!
HDR images are real artistic and having HDR wallpapers on your desktop is real fun and good experience for your eyes to experience wider range of light and contrast in images.
+ your noob renderings can maybe get a level up !!
Google Street View is now Google Store View. A recently released feature of the well-known mapping app lets you go inside participating businesses remotely and take a look around. B&H’s giant photo and video store in Manhattan, above, is one of the first to invite Google into their establishments.
When you look up B&H on Google Maps (B&H Photo Video Super Store, 9th Avenue, New York, NY), you can click through a virtual tour of the space, zooming in and shuffling around the same way you would on any street view map. While the store is mostly empty, you can still see a couple of straggling customers who wandered in as opening hours approached.
“We thought it would be cool for people who can’t come to New York to be able to take a virtual tour,” says Bryan Formhals, B&H’s social media manager. “We wanted to create a bridge between what we do online and what we do in New York.”
TO EXPERIENCE THE B & H
B&H officials had heard Google was considering the project, so B&H contacted them and offered to open their doors. The Google folks stopped by at 7 a.m. — two hours before opening — and scanned in the first floor of the superstore, using GPS devices to ensure the location services were accurate.
According to Formhals, Google told them they didn’t have the technology in place to offer street view on upper floors, but they scanned the second floor of B&H anyway. Hopefully that means the little orange man in Google Maps will soon be able to climb stairs, too.
via: wired (+)
thanks to Imdale (+) for finding & sharing this drawings of Diller + Scofidio
Re- discovered these drawings the other day by Diller and Scofidio (now Diller Scofidio + Renfro) and thought I would post them, as the detail is stunning and the quality of the hand drawings is beautiful. The project, entitled Case #00-17163, from the 1992 publication ‘Zone 6: Incorporations’ has always stuck in my mind, it catalogues a variety of photographic and forensic evidence in a non-linear fashion over the course of a several page spread. The reader is drawn into the work in an attempt to determine exactly what has occurred. It’s almost like mapping a forensic investigation.
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1) Future-Giraffes is now rolling as a DOT COM soldier
2) Check out our pet Rambo hamster making it to the top