Eternal Love…a romantic ambience created for Mikimoto Jewelery’s windows display in their Japan headquaters…sweet color scheme, dreamy flower petals that appears floating + rings that romantically emerged from those pinkish rose lying above the elegance marble base…
Long exposure photography refers to a specific technique of taking photographs with the camera set for long exposure or slow shutter speed. Usually, a photographic film or an image sensor in a digital camera is exposed to light for only a fraction of a second. For example, in order to take a photo on a sunny day it is enough to choose the shutter speed of 1/100th of a second. However, taking photos with the slower shutter speed (e.g. from 1/8th of a second to 8 seconds or even to a couple of hours) can result in magnificent and eye-catching visual effects. For example, if a long exposure photograph is taken at night on a busy city avenue, the headlights of moving cars will appear on the photo as glowing lines of light.
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“Savage Justice” is a solo exhibition by Morgan Slade at LeBasse Projects that runs until August 7th.
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Timelaps made by Benedikt von Seherr – Thoss
The Nike Toki Nd ($75) is a perfect blend of a basketball shoe and an everyday sneaker. Perforated vinyl leather upper with 4-eyelet styling. More images and information here!
Scubacraft ($120,000) appears to look like a typical luxury racing speedboat, sporting aerodynamic lines and stunning good looks. Once you grow bored of the typical sights above water, Scubacraft lets you uncover a whole new world right below you – all without having to get out of your seat.More information, images and video here!
If you’re showing your creative work online, chances are you currently have to maintain profiles across a variety of social networks and websites. And that’s not including your own portfolio and resume, which you probably host and update on an independent domain. Showcasing your latest work can get exasperating when you have to re-up each new portfolio piece to a bunch of different websites.
Fortunately, we now have an alternative to this scattershot approach to displaying work. Most of us are already have a professional resume on LinkedIn. And now you can showcase your creative portfolio on your LinkedIn profile by installing a simple application created by Behance. The app, Creative Portfolio Display, allows anyone to create a free portfolio on the Behance Network and instantly syncs it with your LinkedIn profile. The result? A one-stop solution for maintaining creative portfolios and broadcasting your work to millions.
If you’re already a Behance Network member, sync your accounts with just a few clicks. If not, download the Creative Portfolio Display application, and you can be up and running in just a few minutes. By letting potential employers actually see the work you describe in your resume, you’ll be adding a whole new dimension to your online persona.
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