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Ethereal Bridal Shoot Inspired by the Clouds with Claire Pettibone Lace Gowns

What better way to spend the whole day than by being in the clouds? And today’s ethereal bridal shoot, planned by Camryn Brook Events, brings us closer to this dream. From the heavenly floral arrangements teeming with baby’s breath by Splendor of Eden to the bride looking like a goddess with intricately-made lace wedding dresses and veil from Claire Pettibone, OBVI, we’re begging for more! In the meantime, let’s savor these images by Geneva Boyett. View full post
Tags: Light, Wedding, Wedding Ideas, Claire Pettibone, Camryn Brook Events, Company 251, Ethereal Wedding Inspiration, Geneva Boyett, Splendor of Eden, Claire Pettibone Lace Gowns, Geneva Boyett View


YD Design Storm #34: Lighting Designs trending this week

The YD Design Storm takes a look at products, services, and spaces that are storming the internet. The idea? To turn internet-storming material into brainstorming material! Scroll down for our collection of handpicked works from design websites, portfolios, and social media. Get inspired, save projects, pin images, or share links with fellow design enthusiasts! This edition of Design Storm focuses on the best lighting designs that are trending right now!Watch this space for your digest of design...
Tags: Design, Light, Best Of, Lights, Lighting, Product Design, Louise, YD Design Storm, Design Storm, Scott Klinker, Rick TegelaarFerro Vitro Chandelier, Cox LondonSorry Giotto, Catellani Smith, Leah K S AmickGrappolo Grape, Victor CastaneraPREN


The Slow Mo Guys actually managed to film light at 10 trillion frames per second

Every new Slow Mo Guys video just makes me go “wow!”. Seething every day things shot at tens or hundreds of thousand frames per second and then massively slowed down just reveals such amazing things. It might be something incredibly beautiful, or funny, or just plain fascinating to watch. One thing they get asked about […] The post The Slow Mo Guys actually managed to film light at 10 trillion frames per second appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Light, Slow Motion, Speed Of Light, The Slow Mo Guys, Slow Mo Guys


Butterfly And Loop Portrait Lighting Setup

There are a few rather effective but simple ways to take stunning portraits with one light. This means that even if you are an amateur photographer, you can take great portraits without spending a... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Photography, Light


An ambient-lamp is built right into the switch that controls it!

Unlike most switches that have an ON and an OFF, Pasque Mawalla’s Switch behaves slightly differently. Designed to be a lamp in itself, the switch rocks upwards, downwards, and rests in a neutral position. While in neutral, the light stays off, but the minute you rock it either upwards or downwards, it turns into an ambient lamp, casting light in the direction it’s been angled.What’s remarkable about the Switch is that it’s a different product with the same UX as its predecessor. Designed to be ...
Tags: Design, Lamp, Light, Lighting, Switch, Product Design, Pasque D. Mawalla


PE-backed By Light Professional buys Phacil

By Light Professional IT Services LLC, a portfolio company of Sagewind Capital, said March 25 that it acquired Phacil. Financial terms weren’t announced. Phacil, of McLean, Virginia, is a diversified software, cybersecurity, systems engineering and managed services provider to the US Government. PRESS RELEASE By Light Acquires Phacil, Significantly Expanding Core IT Capabilities Arlington, VA, March 25, 2019 – By Light Professional IT Services LLC (“By Light” or “the Company”) today announced th...
Tags: New York, US, Trends, Tech, Department Of Defense, Customers, Light, Company, Arlington, McLean Virginia, PE Deals, Software Services, Phacil, Light Professional IT Services LLC, Sagewind Capital, Phacil Financial


5 Easy Tips For Improving Your Sunset Photography

Capturing beautiful bursts of color that accompanies the sunset has its tricks, but here are 5 tips that will have your sunset photography shining. The post 5 Easy Tips For Improving Your Sunset... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Photography, Light, Easy Tips For Improving Your Sunset Photography


A Step By Step Guide To Your First Flash Photograph

One of the first things you did when you bought your first serious camera was to pop up its internal flash and take an indoor shot. That may well have lead to your first serious disappointment in... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Photography, Light


Improve Your Portraits With Rembrandt Lighting Technique

If you’re into portraiture or painting, you have probably heard about Rembrandt lighting. The following tips will help you understand how to set up Rembrandt lighting and when to use it. The post... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Photography, Light, Rembrandt, Rembrandt Lighting Technique


How To Fix Colour Casts When Shooting Under Multiple Lighting Conditions

In multiple lighting conditions, most of the time, our eyes do not sense the different colour casts always, but the cameras are not good at producing good colours in multiple lighting conditions.... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Light has announced a new partnership with Xiaomi for future multicamera smartphones

Well, even though Light’s L16 wasn’t the critically acclaimed success that the hype hoped it would be, it looks like Light’s technology is definitely being taken seriously by the smartphone world. After some heavy investment from Leica, a partnership with Sony, and the new Nokia 9 PureView containing Light tech, Light has now announced a […] The post Light has announced a new partnership with Xiaomi for future multicamera smartphones appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Nokia, Light, Xiaomi, Sony, Leica, Light L16, Mwc 2019


Light is expanding from smartphone cameras to self-driving cars

This year’s MWC has been very much the beginning of a new phase for Light . Until now, the Palo Alto startup has been best know for its 16-lens DSLR competitor, an utterly fascinating, if not particularly practical device. At this week’s show, however, we’re seeing a wholly different side of the company, one focused on partnerships. The event has seen the company announce three big ones — Nokia device maker HMD, Chinese handset company Xiaomi and Sony, whose component manufacturing divis...
Tags: Mobile, Hardware, Softbank, Nokia, Tech, Light, Palo Alto, Xiaomi, Sony, Hmd, Dslr, MWC, Masayoshi Son, GRANNAN, Dave Grannan


Xiaomi partners with Light for advanced computational imaging solutions for smartphones

Light and Xiaomi Corporation have announced an agreement to jointly develop and market new imaging solutions for smartphones. The partnership will see Light bring together its advanced computational imaging technology with Xiaomi’s high-end smartphone devices. This agreement will enable both the companies to bring to market multi-camera smart devices with DSLR-level capabilities. Light has recently inked a deal with Sony for multi-camera application for smartphones with four or more cameras. ...
Tags: News, Nokia, Blogging, Light, Xiaomi, Gm, Sony, Dslr, Dave Grannan, Xiaomi Corporation, Zhu Dan


Light is teaming up with Sony for the next generation of multi-camera smartphone

Light, the company behind the Light L16 camera which contains 16 sensors and lenses, has announced that they’ve teamed up with Sony to create the next generation of multi-camera smartphones. Well, we knew Light was working on something to do with phones, and now it looks like it’s official. The press release doesn’t go into […] The post Light is teaming up with Sony for the next generation of multi-camera smartphone appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Smartphones, Light, Sony, Smartphone Photography, Computational Photography, Light L16, Computational Imaging


Light, Sony ink deal for multi-camera application for smartphones with four or more cameras

Light — the company behind the L16 camera, and leader in advanced computational imaging has announced that is has signed an agreement with Sony Semiconductor Solutions to jointly work on development and marketing of multi-image sensor solutions. The agreement allows Light to use and recommend to its customers and partners, Sony’s image sensors built in Light’s computational imaging solutions and reference designs. These new reference designs combine Light’s multi-camera technology together wi...
Tags: Blogging, Light, Sony, Dave Grannan, Sony Semiconductor Solutions, Hank Ochi


Sony partnership with Light aims to take smartphone photography to new heights

Smartphone photography is in its ascendancy, and a new partnership between Light and Sony hopes to lift it to new heights through the development of multi-image sensor solutions for smartphones. We spoke to Light to find out more. The post Sony partnership with Light aims to take smartphone photography to new heights appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Android, Mobile, Business, Photography, News, Trends, Light, Sony, Sony Image Sensor, Smartphone Camera


Light and Sony partnership aims to take smartphone photography to new heights

Smartphone photography is in its ascendancy, and a new partnership between Light and Sony hopes to lift it to new heights through the development of multi-image sensor solutions for smartphones. We spoke to Light to find out more. The post Light and Sony partnership aims to take smartphone photography to new heights appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Android, Mobile, Business, Photography, News, Trends, Light, Sony, Sony Image Sensor, Smartphone Camera


How to Use Light to Enhance Foreground Interest

Contrast is everything in photography. Whether it is high key or low key, the way we contrast between the subject and the background defines the look and emotion of our image. Some of the most striking uses of this contrast is when we have a beautifully lit subject and a darker more dramatic background.   So… This contrast between light and dark draws the eye towards the subject, however, it's a fine balancing act to get the contrast ratio between the foreground and background exactly right. If...
Tags: Photography, Light, Lightroom, Blake Connally, Gift Habeshaw, Roma Ryabchenko, Chung Yee Tsang


Creating Beautifully Executed High-Key Photography

High Key photography is used extensively in fashion, portraiture and increasingly in product photography. Today we’re going to talk a little about what’s required for creating beautifully executed high key photography. Photo by Siyan Ren on Unsplash What Is High Key Photography Back in the early days of photography, film didn’t have a huge range. It couldn’t deal with the pure whites and heavy blacks that we can get today (At least, not in the same frame). Because of this, photographers and ...
Tags: Apple, Photography, Light, ISO, Martin Adams, Siyan Ren, Lukasz Szmigiel, Lavi Perchik Equipment For High Key, Adam Birkett, Alvaro Serrano


Roy J. Glauber, 93, Dies; Nobel Laureate Explored Behavior of Light

Dr. Glauber, the New York-born son of a traveling salesman, developed theories that helped lay the basis for quantum computers and quantum cryptography.
Tags: New York, News, Light, Physics, Nobel prizes, Glauber, Quantum Computing, Deaths (Obituaries, Roy J, Roy J Glauber


How to make a DIY light support system on a budget

The system began a few years ago when I needed more light stands and, like most DIY types, didn’t want to pay a lot for them.  I happened to have a lot of 3/4″ PVC and 1/2″ metal conduit laying around so I started experimenting.  My goal was to come as close as I could […] The post How to make a DIY light support system on a budget appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Diy, Support, Light, Light Stand, Pvc, cheap DIY project, Mike Piontek


Lighting That Won’t Ever Forget You

Not only beautiful to look at, the Lumia lamp mimics the user’s preference with each activation. The elegant design, rendered in brass and black, features a unique “illumination memory” system that readjusts to the setting used the previous time. Users can not only move the angle of illumination at the neck, but also the narrowness or width of the beam by adjusting its integrated handle. Usable in a variety of spaces — and available in floor and desk sizes — its adaptable light effect makes it i...
Tags: Design, Lamp, Light, Lumia, Lighting, Product Design, Defront, DEFRONT LUMIA


Light & Resilience (a holiday or anytime prayer)

Here’s a gentle, inclusive prayer for our gatherings. (If you want something a little edgier to recite, you can also print out: Alleluia, What A F*cking Year.) If you’ve got a crew that sits down to eat and just dives in, maybe you could be the brave heart who says, “Hey… I thought we could start with a little blessing.” Breaking bread together is incredibly meaningful. And we need to come together more often to… just be together. And a little non-denominational prayer in advance not ...
Tags: Love, Inspiration, Holiday, Light, Prayer, Danielle LaPorte, Resiliency, Delete, For soul boosting and truth, Danielle Dear


How to make a DIY camera lens desk light

If you’re a photographer, chances are that someone has bought you a lens mug so far. Or maybe you already have a few of those (I know I do). We all know more than one lens mug is just too much – so why not repurpose it? In this video, Dave Knop a.k.a. Knoptop will […] The post How to make a DIY camera lens desk light appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Diy, Lamp, Light, Diy Build, Dave Knop, Knoptop


DIY Adorable Lighting!

Is there such thing as TOO cute? If so, this might be it. OWL papercraft lamps are an artistic interpretation of the animal kingdom that will light up your room day or night. Owls, elephants, penguins, hippos and more — there’s a family of creatures for everyone. Better yet, the geometric designs arrive flat-packed so you or the person you’re gifting can put them together and bring them to life.Designers: Hugo Formiga & Teresa AlmeidaClick here to Buy Now
Tags: Deals, Design, Lamp, Light, Lighting, Product Design, Hugo Formiga, OWLpaperlamps, Teresa Almeida, Hugo Formiga Teresa AlmeidaClick


Here are five lighting tricks you can do with a smartphone flashlight

When it comes to lighting effects for photography, only your imagination is the limit. In this video, Derrick Freske will show you five tricks that require nothing but your smartphone flashlight as the light source. They’re simple and cheap, but they can give many creative effects to your images. 1. Disco ball I believe we’re […] The post Here are five lighting tricks you can do with a smartphone flashlight appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Diy, Inspiration, Smartphone, Light, Flashlight, Lighting, Tips And Tricks, Diy Lighting, Lighting Effects, Creative Effects, Derrick Freske


The Trump administration released a dire new report on climate change that predicts hundreds of billions of dollars in economic losses

A new report analyzes the impacts climate change is having in the US now, and what the country could look like by 2100. The findings are dire, predicting severe sea-level rise, more insect-borne disease, and big increases in precipitation. The report is mandated by a 1990 law, and some experts believe the Trump administration's decision to release it on Black Friday was an attempt to hide these stark realities. On Black Friday, as many Americans were shopping or spending time with family, the...
Tags: California, US, Trends, Light, United States, Paris, Silicon Valley, Gdp, World Resources Institute, Columbia, Trump, US Bureau of Labor Statistics, Andrew Light, Zika West Nile, Kate Gordon


The Super-light Superlight

Aptly named for both its barely-there form and superb functionality, the Superlight is a minimalistic take on the task light. Reduced to the essentials, its slim aesthetic is at once stark and playful with its signature loop design and colorful base platform that arrives in a variety of differing hues. With its 3-axis range of motion and unobtrusive footprint, it’s a flexible and versatile choice that’s ideal for tight workspaces.Designers: Peter Stathis & Matthew Boyko for Pablo DesignsSPECS:– ...
Tags: Design, Lamp, Light, Lighting, Product Design, Peter Stathis Matthew Boyko, Matthew Boyko, Pablo-Designs, Peter Stathis, Lumens Luminaire


Lucky

I’m always hoping to get the window seat when we fly. I love to see what’s below as we take off and land. As we boarded the plane in Oakland-Southwest which has open seating-and, as we were in one of the first groups to board-I took a window seat standing in the aisle a minute trying to decide which to pick, the left side of the plane or the right. I finally chose the right side fingers crossed that I would be able to see the Golden Gate bridge as we took off. Up the plane went. If we went right...
Tags: Travel, San Francisco, Light, Photo, View, Clouds, Flying, Golden Gate Bridge, Sunset, Golden Gate, Oakland Southwest


The 7 Secrets Of Getting Better Photos In Low Light

If you’re new to photography and you hear people talk about shooting in low light, it’s important to understand that low light photography doesn’t strictly refer to shooting at night. At the risk of oversimplifying the topic, low light photography is really just shooting when there isn’t much light available — whether day or night, indoors or outdoors. While photographing in poorly lit conditions can be intimidating at first, there are a number of strategies you can use to tackle the challenge h...
Tags: Photography, Light, ISO, Pexels