What happens when you bring together the world’s best chefs, scientists, and photographers? A cook book like no other. Their creation, Modernist Cuisine: The Art and Science of Cooking, brings science lab technology to the kitchen.
The authors use everything from centrifuges to something called a “homogenizer” to cook food in entirely new ways.
Revolutionary Cook Book Combines Science With Food
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When it comes to shooting portraits outdoors, your best times are the few hours after sunrise and before sunset. But what if you’re caught needing to take a photo of someone during the height of the afternoon?
Digital Photography School rounded up the best ways to deal with extreme light. The first tip seems obvious, but moving to shade or indoors can have a dramatic effect on your photo. Letting the harsh light bleed in from a window or through the leaves of a tree can be even more rewarding.
Dealing With Harsh Light When Shooting Portraits
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