Monthly Archives: April 2021

RIT’s latest high-tech workspaces and innovative tools will be housed in the SHED

The Rochester Institute of Technology has a low-key new name for a high-tech complex that will soon centralize the university’s manufacturing and performing arts space. RIT announced on Friday that the facility currently under construction will officially be called the Student Hall for Exploration and Development, or simply “the SHED.” …

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10 Photoshop and Lightroom tools you probably didn’t know existed

Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom are extremely in-depth editing suites that have been developed over so many years, it’s hard to keep up with all the features. Here are some of the lesser known tools, courtesy of Adobe themselves. I first chose Adobe Photoshop to do digital art around 2004 (I …

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Best 35mm Black and White Film – ARTnews.com

When choosing a film for black and white photography, the most important things to consider are contrast and graininess. Depending on your subject, you may be looking for marked differences between your grays, whites, and blacks, and certain types of film will help you achieve this. Others will offer more …

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4 Edition Artist Announcement – 9 Amazing Film Photographers – Analog Forever Magazine

Forever Analog Magazine is proud to announce that our fourth print publication (pre-order here) will be released and released for summer 2021. We are excited to bring you a unique journal featuring nine analog and experimental photographers from around the world, each exploring various methods of using the medium we …

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NYSP2I Creates New Tools to Help New York City Municipalities Reduce Food Waste

The New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP2I), led by the Golisano Institute for Sustainability at the Rochester Institute of Technology, has developed a free interactive toolkit that municipalities can use to design, implement and manage food waste programs. at local level. The three-part guide, How to Develop a Municipal …

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Fuji’s new Instax “contact print” film plus another malnourished toy camera, the Instax Mini 40

If you’re looking for a cheap point-and-shoot upgrade to Fuji’s latest inexpensive Instax point-and-shoot camera, the company will be happy to cover you just a few hours ago with the all-new setting of the Instax Mini 40 camera. Moreover, if you are missing the darkroom in today’s era of purely …

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