Yesterday we had the utmost pleasure to join Kenny Scharf in his East Williamsburg studio. Here are some of the highlights from his first floor studio and from the psychedelic Cosmic Cavern.
Stay tuned for more gems from our visit.
Matt & Kim
Jessica Clarke by Ash Kingston
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Fritz Henle - Sailor on the Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, 1950
Meet the camera that is making photography easier than you could have ever imagined. Lytro uses a new type of light senor that records the entire light field. This means that after you take a photo, you are able to adjust the focal area.
The Lytro website features a section that allows you to try out the re-focusing process like you would if you actually owned the camera. This mind-blowing technology has professional photographers scrambling and questioning what photography means.
The people behind Lytro what to reinvent what it means to take a photograph.
“By capturing the light field, you can do incredible things. Like refocus pictures after you take them. Tap the touchscreen on whatever part of the picture you want to bring into focus — or, once a picture is imported into your computer, click to refocus.”
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