Ispectrum Magazine #08

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Published by:
Rayna Petrova
Tabloid / 11" x 14"
48 pages Wire-O
Science & Nature
digital preservation, halo effect, human height, ispectrum magazine, photography, psychology, science

There was a man who wanted to stop time. So deep was his love for the idea that he actually did it. We refer to Dr. Harold Edgerton, the inventor of the strobe flash. Through his photography, he stopped time in its tracks and for the first time we were able to see the wonderful details that escape human eyes. There is no one better then, than Gus Kayafas, Edgerton’s longtime assistant and editor, to provide an article about him. For those who are in London, I suggest you to visit the exhibition at Michael Hoppen Gallery about his work. Our second topic is going to challenge the way that we think about height. We have always been told that taller people have many social advantages. Maybe this is true, but Thomas T. Samaras, author of The Truth About Your Height, shows us that taller height can have a dangerous trend… I have an important question to put to you before continuing with the summary of this issue. Do you care about first impressions?

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