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Ted Humble-Smith is a conceptual still life photographer. He is known for his fashion work. Ted can you take a lipstick or a watch, and with his exceptional vision and skill to turn The Beautiful Into Something even more beautiful.
But you talk to him for a few minutes and it is not clear, he only sees the color and shape of his subjects, but the engineering, the basis for their design.
In fact, it Ted is obviously a passion for you. He points to the 4-inch stiletto heel.
"Everyone laughs when I talk about it," he told me. "But you have this thing That is so elegant, so beautiful - and yet, at the same time, there must be some serious engineering Sciences and mathematics, it also.Winner - Bombardier: The Company developed a resin Infusion of advanced composite wing, now on the Airbus A220
Ted took their statements, extracted The Essence , And Then transferred his subjects. His favorite photo at The Moment ; The Choice missed is the EMI X-ray brain scanner, The World 's first Computed Tomography (CT) machine for use in a clinical setting (MacRobert Winner : 1972).
"It is hell, an invention," says Ted . "When you consider That , if you wanted to look in someone's brain before, in That case basically you had to cut on a bacon slicer And Then put it on a light. The CT scanner is phenomenal. "1989 - Winner - British Gas : There's a hidden area beneath our feet, where "pigging" devices, inspect piping
Ted models used were recorded, illuminated in interesting ways and under different exposures. Sure, some of the images have been stacked, and each of the scaffold, such as rods and wires, has been digitally erased. But you would be able to keep his MacRobert models in your hands.1988 Winner - Quantel Ltd: TV meteorologists were to adopt The First Paintbox. It allows you to revolutionized dump magnetic-stick-clouds on your cards
Paintbox computer graphics on film and television. It is the industry enabled for the First Time , in order to digitize correctly, color and really play with him on our screens (see the Dire Straits video Money for Nothing).
In his own Image , Ted encoded in his mind's eye paint fly curved plastic films. "You can freeze liquids in photography now. I wanted it to look like the color was exploded on the screen. So, you can do it in a very complicated way with robots and paint guns, or you can do it, in the somewhat haphazard fashion, we have. Basically, you spin, color. "
A wonderful confusion in the studio made for an impressive picture.A photo shoot in Ted 's studio can be very messy
Ted 's pictures for the MacRobert 50-year anniversary is presented in an online exhibition of the Royal Academy of Engineering has developed with The National Science and Media Museum in Bradford. And for a taste of the kind of images, Ted The finalists for the year 2020, the MacRobert award have just been announced, and is best known for,2002 - Winner - CDT: plastic Electronics form the basis for our smartphones. Richard Friend patent-projected, curved plastic sheet (courtesy of GREAT-campaign/IPO)
Professor Sir Richard Friend is the Chairman of the Jury. He is also a past Winner for his work on "plastic Electronics " Technology , which has reached ubiquity in the touch screens of our mobile phones.
He said to me: "The companies nominated this year Are wonderful examples of the Things That you have, perhaps, thought That great Britain was to emerge The Natural place for their innovations. We sometimes, we write ourselves out of The World player in quite a few technologies. There is no reason for it and the MacRobert award for keeps, is presented with cases That , quite obviously, in The World . "
It is an issue, stressed Ted Humble-Smith, who professes to have been something of a conversion during his photographic projects.
"I'm quite despondent about where Britain was in The World -That the United Kingdom never seems to do nothing more," he recalls. "But then I started to talk to the people today, and it gave me a whole new belief, and in fact, there Are some incredibly cool stuff happening in the UK. The United Kingdom and to innovate some incredible Things . "1969 Winner - Rolls-Royce: The Pegasus engine is activated to start the Harrier Jet vertical landing and
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