We’re bringing you the final installment of our Edward Weston legacy series from 1948. Weston was one of the masters of 20th century photography.
This segment covers how he processed his photos in his darkroom and discusses some of his inspirations for his photography. So join me again as we step back in time to explore the world of Edward Weston.
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We need PC games to be perfect. After all, we’re dumping loads of cash into the hardware so we can get the most immersive experience possible. But there’s always some type of hiccup, whether it’s a fault in the game itself, issues stemming from hardware, and so on. One glaring problem could be screen “tearing,” a graphic anomaly that seemingly stitches the screen together using ripped strips of a photograph. You’ve seen a game setting called “Vsync” that supposedly fixes this iss [...]
Multiple award-winning NYC based product design studio Pensa is looking for an Industrial Design Intern to join their team in Brooklyn New York this fall. A small yet highly talented team powers the Pensa studio, and has resulted in over 100 internationally awarded projects with clients like Samsung, OXO, Pepsico, goTenna, Google, and many more. Backed by creativity as well as new technologies, Pensa prides itself in a unique design process that results in products born out of love and determina [...]
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At San Diego Comic-Con last night, DC Universe made a slew of programming announcements for its slate of original content, including that it was renewing its live-action TV series Doom Patrol in a partnership with WarnerMedia’s forthcoming streaming service HBO Max.
WarnerMedia largely skipped San Diego Comic-Con this year, opting not to bring news or previews for some of its big projects, like Wonder Woman 1984 or Denis Villeneuve’s adaptation of Dune. Instead, DC Uni [...]
Table for One is a column by Senior Editor Eric Kim, who loves cooking for himself—and only himself—and seeks to celebrate the beauty of solitude in its many forms.
"Should we ever feel truly lonely if we never ate alone?" I pause at this line every time I reread it in my favorite novel by Christopher Isherwood, A Single Man. (Tom Ford's film adaptation, starring leading man and total dreamboat Colin Firth, is also very good.) Read More >> [...]
Square-Enix producer Hokuto Okamoto has announced on Twitter that Dragon Quest XI S has gone gold in Japan. Development has wrapped, and the production run can start up. Okamoto noted that work still continues on the Western version of the game, but didn't mention how far along the title is. Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age Definitive Edition will launch worldwide on Sept. 27th, 2019.
Thanks to Dakhil for the heads up! [...]
While we’ll likely have to wait until September to see the final product, dummy models speculating the design of Apple‘s next iPhone continue to circulate online. Today we receive a detailed look at what is expected to be the new iPhone 11 series, consisting of the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 R, and iPhone 11 Max.
First off, you’ll notice that the exterior of the new iPhone closely mimics that of the iPhone 10, minus the square-shaped triple-lens rear camera. The iPhone 11 series will seemingly f [...]
House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler said Sunday that special counsel Robert Mueller’s report into Russian interference in the 2016 election contains “very substantial evidence” that President Donald Trump is “guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors.”
Nadler made his remarks just days before the keenly anticipated appearance by Mueller before two House committees on Wednesday to discuss the findings of his nearly two-year long investigation.
Nadler, who would preside over any House i [...]
A person may wake up with anxiety due to an underlying psychological condition, a chronic health issue, or a more temporary cause. Counseling and coping strategies can often help improve symptoms. Learn more about waking up with anxiety here. [...]