David Hobby over at Strobist uncovered an intriguing new type of parabolic umbrella by B2Pro Lighting last week that has some people intrigued, even as many others are calling BS. The umbrella sports a patent pending pattern of RGB photo sites that, according to B2Pro, will “bring lighting for digital photography and motion picture into the 21st century.” Read more…
Looking for a photo project to play around with this weekend? Try exploring a technique known as the Harris Shutter. Invented in the days of film photography by Robert Harris of Kodak, it involves capturing three sequential exposures of a scene through red, green, and blue filters, and then stacking the images into a single frame. This causes all the static elements within the scene to appear as they ordinarily would in a color photo, while all the moving elements in the shot show up in one of the three RGB colors.
After a long night of working in CMYK, you’re ready for a change, so what do you do? Bust out some food coloring and convert some brownscale pancakes to
RGB RYB, of course!
These colorful pancakes were created by The Pancake Project. Despite looking like foam rubber, the pancakes weren’t affected taste-wise by the heavy doses of food coloring.
(via Laughing Squid)
Image credit: Photograph by The Pancake Project