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Life in the Fast Lane: Better Automatic Photography (Part Two)

By Matty Graham | August 2, 2022 This is a two-part series on automotive photography. You can see the first part, from last week, here. Don’t forget the details While overall and three-quarter compositions are excellent, too many photographers fall into the trap of overlooking car detail. Teams of designers …

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Four Happy Girls in Harlem: How Lorraine O’Grady Showed Art Is For Everyone | Art and design

Rresponding to a comment from a “non-artist acquaintance” that “avant-garde art has nothing to do with black people” – and to prove that it was – in September 1983, the artist Lorraine O’Grady took her camera to the “biggest black space she could think of” – the African American Day …

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Prestonpans Town Hall will host re-enactments and activities as part of the 125th anniversary celebrations

Register to our daily newsletter Let us know what you think and join the conversation at the bottom of this article. Prestonpans Victorian Town Hall, now a museum, celebrates 125 years since the opening ceremony took place in the hall. And next weekend, residents will have the chance to relive …

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The Q&A Show: Advice on shutter speeds, priority modes and one-click post-processing

Tamron – Need lightweight and compact mirrorless lenses? Tamron has you covered, with superior optics perfect for any situation. With weather sealing and advanced image stabilization, you’ll open up your creative possibilities. After shooting – AfterShoot helps photographers select their shots faster, giving them more time to spend on creative …

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McKendree Bed Interiors Photographer Shares Decorating Tips

Interiors photographer Read McKendree has seen many beautiful homes. In its more than 20 years of shooting myriad subjects, from surf shacks to city penthouses, the Rhode Island-based lens has honed what makes a space not only beautiful, but unique, evocative and convincing. A champion harnesser of light and master …

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Snapshots and Street Art: Photographer Martha Cooper Talks Graffiti at ICP in LES

Photographer Martha Cooper has documented some of New York City’s most critical cultural movements over the past half-century. Cooper chronicled the lives of threadbare children playing among the ruins of a miserable Bronx in the 1970s before following the graffiti artists who made the metropolis’ subways their own moving canvases. …

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The Lost Picture World Quest Guide and Tips

The Misplaced photo is a limited-time world quest during the summer odyssey event in the Archipelago of the Golden Apple. This world quest features a Mirror Maiden who has lost her silver pocket watch. In this article, we will learn how to unlock The Misplaced Photo quest and the rewards …

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Cheap dinner ideas Australia: Mum praised for her ‘lazy dinner’ dinner recipe

Mom in the know is being praised for her “lazy dinner” dinner recipe that’s packed with healthy veggies and requires almost NO cooking. Hannah Grant from Canada shared an easy recipe filled with vegetables Cooked noodles and cut vegetables with soy sauce, chicken and ham Said it was based on …

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Take amazing photos with these iPhone 13 photography tips

Apples iPhone 13 Pro has a really impressive camera setup. Its three rear cameras can take beautiful photos that easily rival those of competing flagship phones such as the Pixel 6 Pro Where Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. The powerful combination of overall image quality, software processing and advanced iPhone features, …

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seminar discusses various perspectives on photography | Kochi News

Cochin: Photographs recount an era, a memory or an idea. A lot is captured in a single frame.Different perspectives on photography were shared at a one-day seminar, The Age of the Photograph 2022, organized by Kerala Lalithakala Akademi in association with Japan Foundation and Srishti Manipal Institute of Art, Design …

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Quick dinner ideas for kids: Dad stunned by wife’s precise instructions: ‘Think I’m an idiot’

An amused dad shared the instructions his wife left him, detailing the exact foods he needed to serve their kids for dinner. The man’s wife recently returned to work after maternity leave, tasking him with feeding their young daughter and son. He uploaded a photo to social media showing a …

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Photograms made in Robert Rauschenberg’s swimming pool

Excerpted from “Past Paper//Present Marks”, published by Radius Books. (Jennifer Garza-Cuen and Odette England) July 13, 2022 at 6:00 a.m. EDT Comment this story Comment For the past four months or so, I’ve been in a bit of a pickle. The brutal news cycle detailing global unrest and inner discord …

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South Sudan suspends dredging of Naam River and Sudd Wetlands

JUBA – The President of South Sudan on Saturday ordered the suspension of all dredging-related activities in the country until evidence-based studies are conducted on their surrounding communities and the ecosystems they depend on. Salva Kiir Mayardit’s announcement, which was made during his speech on the occasion of the 11th …

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As a trafficker, Ghislaine Maxwell is no aberration – News @ Northeastern

As horrific as her actions are, Ghislaine Maxwell fulfilled a traditional gender role when she recruited sex trafficking victims for late financier Jeffrey Epstein. “In some parts of the world, trafficking in women is the norm,” UN investigators said in a report on trafficking published more than 10 years ago. …

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Vermont high school students glimpse future careers in tech and design

Pictured: BETA Team member Aaron Grossman takes GIV students Will Patnoe from Craftsbury, Ty Duell from Lincoln and Kenneth Moran from Starksboro on a tour of Electric Aerospace Headquarters. Photo credit: Candace Hope Vermont Business Magazine After two years of virtual programming due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Governor’s Institutes …

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Easy tips for throwing a last-minute 4th of July party: decorations, photo booth and snack ideas

CHICAGO (WLS) — The holiday season can get stressful to plan, but quick and easy preparation can make things go more smoothly. Nicole Fauls of Urban Allure Events says pre-prep and getting professional help will cut down on time with items like cocktails and food pre-made “the night before and …

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How to Take Photos of Fireworks With a Phone or DSLR Camera

The 4th of July is the ultimate day to see fireworks light up the night sky, with plenty of shows planned in and around Charlotte for the holiday weekend. But capturing the perfect image of a fireworks display to remember your vacation is often easier said than done, even in …

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Learn, experience and have fun in Sellafield’s new immersive exhibition

The updated Sellafield Story exhibition at the Beacon Museum, Whitehaven, will give visitors an exclusive virtual tour of the iconic nuclear site when it opens in July. Set in an immersive 300-degree cinema, the tour includes exclusive footage captured on site and inside some of Sellafield’s nuclear facilities. Sellafield Ltd …

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The week in pictures | MSUToday

After 93 years of pride on campus, the Beaumont Tower inspires us in so many ways. Have you ever wondered why Beaumont Tower only has one tall spire? A campus caption states that the three shorter spiers are actually unfinished, representing the idea that learning and education are part of …

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10 creative birthday photo shoot ideas to consider

Hosting a birthday party for a loved one or friend? Do you want it to be memorable for them? Create lasting memories for them with these creative birthday photoshoot ideas. Whether you are a seasoned photographer or a novice, listen to us. These ideas are simple and doable. Moreover, they …

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Tips for keeping your cool with wildlife

Placeholder while loading article actions Wildlife attacks are rare, but dangerous encounters do occur, especially when humans are unaware of — or unaware of — wildlife viewing rules and etiquette. Over Memorial Day weekend, a bison in Yellowstone gored an Ohio woman who had stood within 10 feet of the …

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Royal Ascot RECAP results and photos today as Naval Crown win Platinum Jubilee

Ryan Moore on his Friday runners Ryan Moore’s only win so far on Friday was over Broome in the Hardwicke Stakes (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images) Moore appears to have finished the race for first jockey and with three runners left today he spoke to Betfair about his chances for …

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In the midst of the war in Ukraine, a farmer comforts herself in her snails

VERESNYA – The Ukrainian farmer lived a quiet life with the quietest of creatures: snails that she raises for export. Then, the sky on the horizon turned fiery red. Russia had launched its invasion and nearby towns were burning. Olena Avramenko’s village, Veresnya, northwest of the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, was …

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Clark/Worcester Art Museum exhibition inspires revelations about identity – Clark Now

David Fithian and university leaders visit the Us Them We exhibition at the Worcester Art Museum. There are only a few days left for the public to see the “Us Them We | Race Ethnicity Identity” at the Worcester Art Museum, Toby Sisson feels he has achieved a personal goal. …

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Baku and Bern discuss expanding business between chambers of commerce [PHOTO]

Baku and Bern discuss expanding business between chambers of commerce [PHOTO]

By Ayya Lmahamad Baku and Bern discussed expanding the activities of the Swiss-Azerbaijan Chamber of Commerce and Industry, reports Azernews. The discussion took place during a meeting between Chairman of the Board of the Azerbaijan Agency for the Development of Small and Medium Enterprises Orkhan Mammadov and Chairman of the …

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London photographer’s exhibition highlights where newcomers feel most at home

Home isn’t just a place, it’s a feeling, according to photographer Bruno Belli of London, Ontario. And that’s the message he wants to show in his photography exhibition at London’s Multicultural Festival on Sunday. In his project titled HouseBelli captured six families from London who had recently immigrated to Canada …

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New age-appropriate photo released as advice continues to sink 12 years after Oregon sophomore goes missing

Savannah Eadens / Oregonlive.com (TNS) Twelve years after Kyron Hormon disappeared from a Portland elementary school, the National Center for Missing and Endangered Children has released a new age-appropriate photo showing what the 7-year-old might look like today. A photo on the center’s website and a video posted on its …

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On the way to graduation | News, Sports, Jobs

From left, Saranac Lake High School Principal Josh Dann and Sydney Dann, a senior and Josh’s daughter, walk through the halls of Petrova Elementary School during the SLCSD Seniors Walk Friday as Quinlin Dann, right, distributes roses to the elderly. (Business Photo – Aaron Cerbone) LAKE SARANAC – The footsteps …

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Cubs’ Marcus Stroman makes SHUGO more than a shoe brand

When Marcus Stroman takes the mound for the Cubs, notice his varied deliveries to disrupt batting timing and the energy he exudes as he constantly moves. Then look at his cleats and examine them a little closer. They could be a range of colors – white, grey, tan, teal, royal …

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National Gallery’s first General Idea retrospective ‘historic and long-awaited’

Breadcrumb Links local arts Entertainment Artist AA Bronson poses for a photo at a new exhibition titled General Idea, being held at the National Gallery of Canada. Photo by Tony Caldwell /Postmedia Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission on purchases …

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After mass shooting, NYC explores gun detectors in subways

NEW YORK – Following a mass shooting on a New York City subway train, the mayor floated a high-tech idea: deploy scanners that can spot someone carrying a gun in the transit system ahead that she does not have the possibility of using it. The technology to quickly scan large …

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‘I haven’t eaten jam since’: How secondary hustle ate the hobby | australian way of life

Mhis mom started crocheting a few years ago. Retirement, coupled with the arrival of her first grandchildren, forced her to pick up the hooks, and soon she was churning out more blankets than she knew what to do with. My siblings and I urged her to sell them online. “We …

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‘You gotta flop’ – Lewis Hamilton gave Daniel Ricciardo the idea for the iconic 2018 Monaco GP photo

Lewis Hamilton suggested Daniel Ricciardo do a flat stomach at the 2018 Monaco GP after the Aussie banished his demons. Daniel Ricciardo created an iconic image during the 2018 Monaco GP. Lewis Hamilton had suggested he belly flop if he wins. The 2018 Monaco GP was a very important race …

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Creative Photography Tips to Move Your Mind (Part One)

By Jackie Ranken | May 26, 2022 Creativity isn’t always something you can just turn on and off like a faucet, and just like a leaky faucet needs a refresh, so does your mind. Start thinking in new and interesting ways with these quick tips. Over the many years that …

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Brighton photographer shares tips for getting the perfect shot

AN award-winning photographer has shared his tips for capturing the perfect photo. Hugo, who works as a drone pilot in the television and film industry, explained that although he’s always had an interest in photography, getting his hands on a drone for film has helped push him his shoots to …

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Inaugural Alabama Triennial Exhibit at UAB’s AEIVA to Exclusively Feature Alabama Artists – News

This exciting exhibition recurring from June 10 to August 10. 12 will feature some of Alabama’s best and brightest contemporary artists working today. Erin LeAnn Mitchell, “What you don’t have in your head, you must have in your feet”, 2021. Acrylic, spray paint, fabric appliqué and glitter on canvas, 60 …

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20 Ways to Grow Your Photography Business in 2022: Part 3 of 4 (Tips 11-15)

In part three of this series, we’ll discuss tips 11 to 15. These are steps you can take today to grow your photography business. If you missed the previous articles, you can read part one here and part two here. Special thanks to Lancaster, PA headshot photographer Richard Waine for …

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Blue Devil of the Week: Ensuring the functioning of large digital systems at the individual level

Name: Mary McKee Position: Deputy Director of Information Security, Senior Director of Identity Management and Security Services, Office of Information Technology Years at Duke: 17 MEET MARY’S NOMINATOR Mary McKee was nominated by Bose Kamineni of the Duke Cancer Institute, who wrote that McKee is “always courteous, efficient and helps …

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Sarah Jenkins’ passion for drone photography was ignited during the COVID lockdown. Now she’s an award-winning designer

The sun beats down on Sarah Jenkins’ right shoulder as her daughter lifts her into a deckchair by the pool. Her hands curl up and grip the poles as she is hoisted into the air and swung. His toes find the water first, then his ankles, then all but his …

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Démare beats Ewan in a photo-finish on stage 6 of the Giro

Arnaud Démare (Groupama-FDJ) took his second Giro d’Italia stage victory in as many days by the narrowest of margins on Thursday, edging out Caleb Ewan (Lotto Soudal) in a photo-finish on stage 6 with Mark Cavendish (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl) just behind in third position. “Right on the line, I felt …

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Why it’s good that Americans don’t dominate basketball

During the 1996 NBA All-Star Game, commentators on the TV show began discussing the chances of Jason Kidd, then a second-year guard for the Dallas Mavericks, making the men’s Olympic basketball team. this year. Kidd was a prodigious young talent, commentators agreed, but his outside shooting remained a problem. “That …

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Here are the 2022 Pulitzer Prize winners

The 2022 Pulitzer Prizes were announced Monday by Columbia University. Here are the winners. (We are updating this story.) Public Service: Awarded to The Washington Post for its compelling and vividly presented account of the assault on Washington, D.C. on January 6, 2021, providing audiences with a thorough and unflinching …

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3 useful composition tips for mountain photography

Mountains have always been a wondrous subject, adding drama and grandeur to any image they adorn with their presence. On the downside, it’s not as simple as dropping them into the frame and pressing the shutter button. This helpful video tutorial will show you three tips for creating compelling mountain …

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Confused by color grading? Watch this comprehensive guide to basic concepts and tools

Managing color in video is a two-part process. First, you have color correction. It’s the process by which you tweak your images to get things as accurate as possible in real life. It is also used to match images taken with multiple cameras to give them the same standard starting …

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8 Great Lightroom Photo Editing Tips for Beginners

by Jeremy Gray posted Thursday, April 28, 2022 9:29 a.m. EDT Photographer James Popsys has some great photo editing tips for beginners in his latest video. The first subject is cropping. This is definitely a basic photo editing skill, but make no mistake about it. This requires a careful and …

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YLAI Goes Green: Through Our Lens Exhibition — Photo Contest Entry

The Western Hemisphere is a diverse and incredible region; its beauty is fragile in the face of the reality of climate change. Innovators across the region are working hard to reduce carbon emissions, create new green technologies, and pioneer solutions that enable humans, wildlife, and ecosystems to adapt to climate …

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Image doctor – the reviews!

A regular part of Australian Photography magazine for over a decade, the Image Doctors, photo educator Saima Morel and professional photographer Anthony McKee, can give constructive feedback on your images, with a selection of their favorite submissions appearing in printed in AP mag each month. . The winner of the …

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A photographer shares his view of the world through a unique lens

Like many photographers, Houston Vandergriff built on a natural gift by studying her craft. More than 200 hours of classes at the Center for Professional Education and Lifelong Learning at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, have helped him improve the technical and artistic techniques he uses on portraits, landscapes and …

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Gallery: Another photo-finish and a bit of late shine at the Amstel Gold Race

What about the men’s Amstel Gold Race in recent years? Mathieu van der Poel’s ridiculous victory in 2019. Last year’s photo-finish. And now another photo finish to decide the 2022 edition. It feels like there’s always something going on in the only men’s one-day WorldTour event in the Netherlands. The …

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Landscape photography tips for beginners

You can take landscape photos with any lens, be it wide angle, standard or telephoto. While an ultra-wide lens can help you capture the image better, it can make composition difficult and there’s a risk that everything will look too small in the frame. The trick with an ultra-wide-angle lens …

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6 Photo Tips for Capturing Outdoor Adventures

If you enjoy spending time outdoors, chances are you have some great stories to tell. And what better way to share those stories than by taking photos? Here are some tips to help you capture your favorite outdoor adventures: 1. Get up close and personal When photographing people or animals, …

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Phillips’ Mill hosts two photo exhibits

After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the Phillips’ Mill Community Association welcomes spring with two back-to-back exhibitions of fine art photography. The annual ‘Phillips’ Mill’ juried photography exhibit runs through April 22 at the historic Phillips’ Mill on River Road in New Hope, Pennsylvania, and will be followed …

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Employee recognition leads to retention and employer loyalty

Marc L. Goldberg | Journalist President Biden touts growing economy and shows support for Ukrainian people The president’s State of the Union address covered everything from the economy to prescription drug prices, but the invasion of Ukraine took center stage. Scott L. Hall and Becky Kellogg, USA TODAY In addition …

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Cosmetic Product Photography Service – With Multiple Ideas and an Experienced Product Photographer in Atlanta

Photography of low cost cosmetics in Atlanta Cosmetic product shot for e-commerce store Perfume Cosmetics Bottles for Shopify Cosmetic product photos should convey the benefits, idea and ingredients through their images for a successful sale. EtherArts follows these simple concepts. EtherArts Photography is an Atlanta-based studio that has been providing …

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6 Tips for Taking the Perfect Cherry Blossom Photos According to a Travel Photographer

Cherry blossom season is here, which means it’s time to get your cameras ready for that perfect shot in front of one of these gorgeous trees. The stunning pink flowers are only here for a little while, so you need to know how to capture them perfectly. Travel photographer, visual …

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Grand Dame Lynn Wyatt’s Best Party Photo Tips – 11 Ways to Take Your Event Photos to the Next Level

ODuring a recent lunch with the Houston diva, Lynn Wyatt, the best-dressed international winner who has surely been photographed more than any other woman in Houston, shared her valuable tips for making sure your party photos are a notch above. A few other women at the table also made a …

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Expert tips for newborn photography

Newborn photography has the power to capture these little bundles of joy and their true natural beauty. One way to do this is to use a photo backdrop. A backdrop is something behind the subject of a photograph that sets the mood or tone of the subject. A newborn photography …

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How to preserve and restore old photos

It’s never been easier to take photos and save them or share them with family and friends, but many of us have photos that we never got to print. Many of us have older photos stuck in drawers or boxes that we don’t really know what to do with, and …

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Hundreds of people from Somerstown work together to come up with naming ideas for the towers site

More than 350 Somerstown residents worked together to create a fresco of ideas as the local community began looking for a name for the brand new Portsmouth City Council-owned accommodation that will replace Horatia and Leamington Houses. Click here to watch a two-minute video of the You Name It community …

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Mirrorless cameras in railway photography

Mirrorless cameras in rail photography: The mirrorless camera revolution might be the biggest conversation in photography since the introduction of the digital camera over 45 years ago, but the technology of Will the mirrorless camera evolve into the new standard, or will it just give photographers more options? ? CSX …

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Tower City Center offers experiences and activities for MAC Tournament fans

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Tower City Center will offer a series of fan experiences during the Mid-American Conference Tournament. The downtown shopping area will be filled with dynamic rallies, pop-a-shot tournaments and other activities from today – Wednesday, March 9 through Saturday, March 12. Here is an overview of what is …

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From green beers to springtime photo ops, here are 5 things you can’t miss in March in Huntington Beach

Spring in Southern California is quite the season. With the region’s balance of warm sunshine and cool ocean breezes, it’s time to come out of hibernation and enjoy the glorious weather! Fortunately, there are plenty of places to soak up the SoCal scenery, but Beautiful Earth in East Huntington Beach …

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Grant Denyer reveals his child’s school got involved in New Idea’s ‘cheating’ saga

Grant Denyer opened up about the infamous photos last year with his hand on a woman’s leg that sparked unfounded romance rumors in New Idea. Grant Denyer has revealed the impact last year’s explosive fake story had on his children, saying he and his wife Chezzi approached the issue as …

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What Putin’s Invasion Has Already Changed

History sped up; the impossible has become possible. Changes that no one imagined two weeks ago are taking place at an incredible speed. It turns out that nations are not pieces in a game of risk. They do not have, as some scholars have long imagined, eternal interests or permanent …

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Sleep well! Tips for dealing with insomnia during the COVID-19 pandemic

Launching Netflix on mobile, catching up on your favorite show to kill time by falling asleep slowly… We’ve all been there, we’ve done it, but almost all of us have complained about not getting enough sleep. There seems to be a correlation here – and the experts agree. Insomnia, which …

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Detroit Lions: With the NFL ditching the one-shell rule, here’s the perfect idea for the Detroit Lions alternate uniform [Photo]

As you may or may not have heard, before the start of the 2021 season, the NFL dropped its one-shell rule, which means league teams are now allowed to wear alternate-color helmets for the first time in a decade. . This decision, together with the fact that the Detroit Lions …

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Review of short films nominated for the 2022 Oscars: small stories, big ideas

With three out of five nominees, Netflix almost takes center stage in this year’s short documentary category, but one of those three stands out. “Audible,” directed by Matt Ogens, observes the Maryland School for the Deaf high school football team, focusing on one player, Amaree McKenstry. His final year is …

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A passion for photography turned this Russian expat into an entrepreneur: here’s how

“There’s no such thing as easy money”: This is the first financial lesson Russian expat Dayana Tertyshanya learned from her mother when she was just 13. Tertyshanya took part in the ‘TEDx Talk’ Ideas Showcase in Dubai this month, where she shed light on the plight of women business owners, …

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Could staying awake at night help insomnia?

About a year into the pandemic, Marcela Rafea started waking up regularly at 3 a.m., her mind racing. She would slip out of bed and tiptoe into the living room, where she would meditate, try a few yoga poses, and open the window to hear the leaves rustle, the cars …

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Grace Tame slams media for trying to ‘discredit’ her with bong photo, calls for honest discussion about trauma

Grace Tame has hit out at the media for “sought to discredit her” by posting an old photo of her sitting next to what appeared to be a bong. Key points: The photo, taken from Ms Tame’s Instagram account, was taken when she was 19 Her discovery was criticized as …

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Choreograph your plans after the Winter Ball with activities that will make your evening even more remarkable – The Knight Crier

You just took off your dancing shoes. You are about to leave North Penn High School. Where should you go, all dressed up after just singing and dancing your heart out (image via tab) The party doesn’t stop at the Winter Ball. Keep the party going with these ideas after …

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Social Media Manager – Axios Charlotte

Overview:Sycamore is looking for a Social Media Manager to join our team. Reporting directly to the Director of Marketing, the Social Media Manager will be responsible for creating, publishing and managing social media content for Sycamore Brewing and its sister brands. Are you:• Are you constantly scrolling on Tik Tok …

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50 shades of wild animals: nature in black and white (part two)

By Steve and Ann Toon | February 14, 2022 This is part two of a two-part series on black and white wildlife photography. You can find the first part, from last week, here. Background briefing on black and white Your background is always a key factor in wildlife photography, but …

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Only academic activities allowed in schools after video of praying students emerged near Mangaluru – The New Indian Express

Through Express press service MANGALURU: An emergency School Development and Monitoring Committee (SDMC) meeting was held at Ankatadka Government Higher Primary School in Palthady village of Kadaba taluk in Dakshina Kannada on a viral video of some children offering namaz in a classroom resolved to restrict the school premises only …

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