Molnár Sámuel

Molnár Sámuel

Molnár Sámuel
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Photography Tips - Improve your photography skills with these 9 photo composition tips by Steve Mccurry.

Photography Tips - Improve your photography skills with these 9 photo composition tips by Steve Mccurry.

21 Tricks You Don't Notice In Great Movies (Your Brain Does) | Cracked.com

21 Tricks You Don't Notice In Great Movies (Your Brain Does) | Cracked.com

"The Psychology of Color in Film"  (Part 2) by Studio Binder | Movie color scheme cheatsheet.

"The Psychology of Color in Film" (Part 2) by Studio Binder | Movie color scheme cheatsheet.

How to Storyboard a Short Film. Plus Free Template downloads to use on your own productions. filmmaking | filmmaking tips

How to Storyboard a Short Film. Plus Free Template downloads to use on your own productions. filmmaking | filmmaking tips

Iluminação de rostos

Iluminação de rostos

Draw on plywood wall conf room. Flowcharts to Guide You Through the Filmmaking Process « nofilmschool

Draw on plywood wall conf room. Flowcharts to Guide You Through the Filmmaking Process « nofilmschool

How to write a scene in 11 steps, by John August

How to write a scene in 11 steps, by John August

The Psychology of Color in Film - Imgur

The Psychology of Color in Film - Imgur

In this project I will show you how to combine commonly available WS2812B RGB LEDs with an Arduino Nano in order to create a colorful 10x10 LED Matrix. Let's get started!

In this project I will show you how to combine commonly available WS2812B RGB LEDs with an Arduino Nano in order to create a colorful 10x10 LED Matrix. Let's get started!

I decided to try building an infinity mirror after seeing this post here on instructables. I had the IKEA frame laying around and decided to try to use that, and it was actually a really god fit for this project. You'll need: IKEA Ribba Frame (ribba) LEDs - I used RGB (WS2812B) Mirror Film (film) Mirror Wire LED Driver (Arduino or a kit that comes with the RGB LED strips) 5V Adaptor You could maka a simpler version by just using a single piece of LED strip and wrap that around the sides, but…

I decided to try building an infinity mirror after seeing this post here on instructables. I had the IKEA frame laying around and decided to try to use that, and it was actually a really god fit for this project. You'll need: IKEA Ribba Frame (ribba) LEDs - I used RGB (WS2812B) Mirror Film (film) Mirror Wire LED Driver (Arduino or a kit that comes with the RGB LED strips) 5V Adaptor You could maka a simpler version by just using a single piece of LED strip and wrap that around the sides, but…