Photographic Close-ups

Images get big and bold for students at Ventura High School

Kirra Larese, a Ventura High School student who just completed her first year, had covered her face most of the school day with a COVID-19 mask under her purple-tinted octagonal sunglasses. But shortly before classes ended this month, her smile reappeared. No one on campus could miss it. Eight larger-than-life …

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Up Close and Personal: 2022 Peninsula Photo Contest Winners Highlight Dark Moments | New

Christopher Stevens-Yu’s ‘The Lost Years’, shot in San Francisco, won Best in Show and first place in the Adult Portraits category of the 2022 Peninsula Photo Contest. Photo by Christopher Stevens-Yu. From looking at the world underwater to using flash to illuminate everyday objects in new ways, the winning images …

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In ‘Elvis’, Austin Butler dazzles in a performance fit for a king

It’s the ‘hustle and bustle’ that catches your eye in ‘Elvis’. But it’s the swagger and allure of Austin Butler, pushing his way through a star turn as Elvis “the Pelvis” Presley, that rocks you all. in Baz Luhrmann’s whirling dervish musical biopic, “Elvis.” Conceived by Baz Luhrmann (“The Great …

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Yakima’s advice creates confusion – Flip Flops on 2 all-in votes

Yakima Councilman Matt Brown is a bit frustrated. He shares his concerns and offers some positive suggestions for a smoother functioning of municipal government. Applicant Forum Yakima 6th District Rep. Matt Brown wants to invite all of Yakima to a Liberty Caucus election event. This is a candidate forum for …

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Take a look at these 8 epic photos of asteroids seen up close

Asteroids come in all shapes and sizes; some are large enough to merit the title of dwarf planet, while others are about the size of an ostrich. These wandering rocks are incredibly important objects for scientists looking for information about the formation of the solar system and even life on …

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Enter your big plans for APOY 2022 Round Six!

June 18, 2022 The sixth round of our Amateur Photographer of the Year competition is now open! The theme is close-ups The magic of macro photography is that it gives us a view of the world that we normally never see. The intricacies and beauty of a butterfly’s wing or …

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Leica Summicron-M 35mm f/2 ASPH Lens

In summary The Summicron-M 35mm f/2 ASPH lens will only be suitable for owners of Leica M-mount rangefinder cameras. The moderate wide angle of the 35mm focal length is well suited to landscape and architectural photography, largely due to its relatively low inherent distortions. Its small size makes it usable …

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5 artists on our radar in June 2022

Art Art Editorial “Artists on Our Radar” is a monthly series produced by the Artsy team. Using our artistic expertise and access to Artsy data, we’re spotlighting five artists who are catching our attention. To make our selections, we determined which artists made an impact in the past month through …

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Matthew Bourne: “We tell stories. It’s what we do best

“The big fear, the challenge, was to tell a story in a big space.” When Matthew Bourne was approached by the Royal Albert Hall to help celebrate its 150th birthday, the choreographer’s first thought was a ‘best of’ evening ‘like a ball with a full orchestra and accompanist’. But then …

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Atmospheric photos show a lost world of British industry

If you were the kind of person who read heavy industry magazines in the 1950s-80s, chances are the photos inside were taken by one man, Maurice Broomfield. Broomfield broke the mold of how photographs of modern industry should be composed, away from bland photos of empty factories and close-ups of …

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Add some art to Ball & Socket Arts

The fence erected around the former Ball & Socket factory on West Main Street gives the appearance of a construction site to most travelers. Indeed, there is a huge amount of work going on at the facility in anticipation of Ball & Socket Arts finally opening its first building to …

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Three Arts Council concerts this weekend

February 20, 2022 The annual Tommy Jarrell Celebration – to commemorate the life and music of the influential local musician, is scheduled for February 24-24. 26 at the Historic Earle Theater in Mount Airy. The celebration includes concerts, a competition for young people, workshops and a film screening. The popular …

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How long have Amber and Johnny dated? Timeline of their relationship

It’s no secret that Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s relationship has had its ups and downs. In this article, you’ll read about their first meeting in Hollywood, their marriage, their divorce, and their eventual legal battle. How did Johnny Depp and Amber Heard fall in love? In 2009, while working …

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GROW: OSU Extension offers plant identification assistance | News

Oklahoma State University Extension has long been known as a trusted source of research-based information on everything from child nutrition and financial management to pasture management and herd health. Add to that, Extension can help homeowners identify plants they are unfamiliar with. This can be especially useful for those who …

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Best Sigma Camera Lens of 2022 May

This list is about the best Sigma camera lens. We will do our best to make sure you understand this Best Sigma Camera Lens list. I hope you like this list Best Sigma Camera Lens. So let’s start: Quick list of the best Sigma camera lenses Ask any seasoned photographer …

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33 photos as Trevithick Day returns to Camborne

Steam engines raced through the town center as Camborne celebrated its famous inventor It was full steam ahead in Camborne today (Saturday April 30) as thousands of people filled the streets of the town for the return of Trevithick Day. With the annual event having been canceled for the past …

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Summer concert series kicks off this week

February 20, 2022 The annual Tommy Jarrell Celebration – to commemorate the life and music of the influential local musician, is scheduled for February 24-24. 26 at the Historic Earle Theater in Mount Airy. The celebration includes concerts, a competition for young people, workshops and a film screening. The popular …

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‘Father Stu’ is a (very) mixed blessing | Movies | Detroit

Courtesy picture Mark Wahlberg in Father Stu. Google “Mark Wahlberg Catholic”, and before typing the third letter, “Mark Wahlberg Calvin Klein” is auto-completed. That the actor’s faith is further overshadowed by the 1992 underwear campaign that transformed him from “Marky Mark” rapper to fashion icon is perhaps unsurprising. After all, …

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Kehrer Verlag: Cristina Dias de Magalhães: Instincts. Same but different

Early childhood experiences, captured through the eyes of the artist’s twins The birth of Victoria and Helena changed everything. They are now part of my world, of my life, of myself. We evolve side by side united by a unique bond. I started “Instinct. Same but different” as a silent …

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Surry Health and Nutrition visits Dobson Primary School

April 12, 2022 Thirteen candidates are seeking four different council seats in Mount Airy, but they share common ground, including the need for affordable housing and more local economic development/jobs. “Housing is a concern,” said Joanna Refvem, one of four people vying for a North Ward seat on the Mount …

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The town’s farmer’s market is ready to open

April 12, 2022 Thirteen candidates are seeking four different council seats in Mount Airy, but they share common ground, including the need for affordable housing and more local economic development/jobs. “Housing is a concern,” said Joanna Refvem, one of four people vying for a North Ward seat on the Mount …

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Review of “The Eclipse”: Family memory in the shadow of the Yugoslav wars

The solar eclipses of 1961 and 1999, both observable in Serbia, frame the events explored in the lyrical imagery of Nataša Urban’s first feature documentary. But because life so rarely arranges itself neatly along a definite timeline, they do so imprecisely, blurring a little at each edge, like memories do. …

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The ‘Whitney Biennial 2022: Quiet as it is held’ is anything but quiet

Trinh T. Minh-ha, excerpt from What about China?, 2021. HD video, color, sound; 135 mins. © Moongift Films. Courtesy of the artist and Moongift Films There are certain qualities and experiences that you expect upon entering a Whitney Biennial. You expect to read long passages of confusing descriptions on wall …

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From space invaders to starbursts – add compact gobos for creative photo lighting

For those with a creative flair who want to use artificial light to simulate natural light, its shadows, and everything in between, Nanlite’s latest Bowens mount projection accessory is just the ticket to get your juices flowing. . Nanlite’s FZPJBM projection accessory is available in 19° and 36° versions, compatible …

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OMG, I want to rent this house: County Tipperary, Ireland

Lisheen Castle, County Tipperary (Vrbo): This is the season of gorgeous silken robes, dancing cards, gossiping about the latest courting pairs, and visited ballrooms found only in the best estates and castes. Yes, it’s the season of the return of Bridgerton and in honor of Shonda Rhimes’ latest episode, we …

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Jordanian artist Raya Kasssieh shows her courage in her first solo exhibition

Faten Amal Harby With: Nelly Karim, Fadia Adel Ghany, Mohamed Al-Tagy Where: MBC Shahid When examining the crowded Ramadan television landscape, in which little is known about each series before it drops at the start of the holy month, one question usually proves most relevant: who is playing? This is …

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20 Shows Like Costumes You Need To Watch

Starring screen legend Kathy Bates (“Misery”) as Harriet “Harry” Korn, “Harry’s Law” was a short-lived legal comedy-drama from “Ally McBeal” creator David E. Kelley. and “The Practice”. Beginning in 2011, the series ran for two years and saw Korn, like “Suits” star Harvey Specter, as a freer lawyer who does …

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Here’s how you can beat DSLR cameras

March 18, 2022 marks the Holi festival in India. With the launch of the iPhone13, mobile photography has taken a rather professional turn and a level of expertise that has convinced bloggers and avid photographers to ditch their DSLRs for the latest version from Apple Inc. Apple’s iPhone 13 and …

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The 6 Best Photo Printing Services (2022): Tips, Recommendations & More

It’s not the cheapest service, but Mpix often has sales. Unless you’re printing something as a gift and need it now, I suggest you wait until the prices drop. Ideal for photo enthusiasts Printic The highest quality prints in my tests came from Adorama’s Printique service, formerly called Adoramapix. Choosing …

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12 female chefs in Hong Kong you should know and follow

You probably knew these names already, but here’s another honorable mention anyway. In honor of Women’s History Month, meet 12 of Hong Kong’s impressive female chefs. The restaurant industry, like so many others, is male-dominated, usually attributed to a work environment that is seemingly too hardworking, too tiring, too intense, …

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What is balance in photography?

What is balance in photography Balance in photography is seen when an image has subject areas that appear balanced throughout the composition. It is obtained by moving the frame and juxtaposing the subjects within it so that the objects, tones and colors have the same visual weight. A picture is …

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Preview: Steve Best’s Stand-Up Photography Book, Comedians

Talented comedian and photographer Steve Best is known for taking great stand-up photos, both onstage and backstage. As Harry Hill explains, “The thing is, nobody takes pictures of actors like Steve. Why ? Because he knows us, because he is one of us. just Steve, and he’s got his camera …

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Understanding who is responsible for a car accident: 6 things to know

Source: pixabay.com Millions of car accidents occur in the United States every year. If you find yourself involved in a traffic accident, it’s important to understand how the process works to determine which driver is at fault. Here are six helpful things you should know. 1. Car accidents are usually …

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Best RWBY Hunter/Huntress Teams Ranked

Like volume 9 of RWBY draws ever closer to its release date, fans of the series are ready to see more teams and combinations of fighting styles, hoping for teamwork that’s just as imaginative as previous volumes. In the spirit of teamwork, here are seven of the best RWBY hunter/hunter …

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Lancashire entrants hailed in railway photography competition

THE winners of the first-ever Young Railway Photographer of the Year competition were crowned at an awards ceremony last night – with recognition for two East Lancashire enthusiasts. The winner in the Under-19 category was Sean Mattocks, 17, from Burnley, who submitted a series of atmospheric photographs including landscapes and …

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‘The Existential Choice’, a 3D video installation by London-based Israeli artist Eva Lanska, will have its world premiere at the Biennale Arte 2022

(February 21, 2022, London, JNS thread) London-based multifaceted Israeli filmmaker and videographer Eva Lanska will unveil The existential choicehis new photographic and 3D video choreographic installation, at Palazzo Bragadin in Venice, Italy from April 19 to 24 on the occasion of the opening of the Biennale Arte 2022. The 3D …

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the mid-range that sets the bar high

An event that ignited the whole world brought to life the brand new Xiaomi smartphones. In this case, I’m talking about Redmi Note 11 Pro And Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G, two devices that belong to the mid-range but honestly raise the standards so high that they can hardly be …

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A Space Odyssey and Blade Runner – obituary

Once recovered, Trumbull was drawn to manual labor, on Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner (1982). Drawn to the prospect of detailing a tired Earth rather than something stratospheric, he contributed several elements to the stunning opening panorama, including images projected onto skyscrapers and refinery flames, recycled from the explosions that Trumbull …

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Douglas Trumbull, pioneer and director of special effects, dies at 79

The world has lost another legend in the world of genre film. Douglas Trumbull, director, visual effects artist and three-time Oscar nominee, has died aged 79. This news comes to us from his daughter, Amy, who wrote a tribute on her Facebook page. My dad, Doug Trumbull, passed away last …

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Launceston Camera Club – winners of APOY’s first Camera Club award

February 8, 2022 The Launceston Camera Club have won the inaugural APOY Camera Club Award in 2021. Here they explain the secrets to their success When was the Launceston Camera Club founded? The Launceston Camera Club was founded in December 1976 with 12 members and our Honorary President, Dennis Madge, …

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Samsung Galaxy S22 cameras could finally beat Apple and Google – here’s how

When Samsung showcases its new Galaxy S22 phones at this Wednesday’s Galaxy Unpacked event, expect a number of features to compete for stage time. Samsung’s latest flagships are expected to be powered by new silicon – the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 – and sport brighter displays. In the case of …

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Up Close and Personal – The Brooklyn Rail

Aenne Biermann: up close and personalEdited by Raz Samira(Scheidegger & Speiss with the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, 2021) “We will hear a lot more about Aenne Biermann,” predicted a 1931 article in the German monthly, From the store. “The beloved new objectivity loses all its fear in its tender …

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Triumphs of Queen’s ‘Happy and Glorious’ Record Reign

Queen Elizabeth II has had many ups and downs during her 70-year reign (Photo: Danny Lawson-WPA Pool/Getty Images) When Elizabeth became queen, it was hoped she would continue to strengthen the future of the monarchy still haunted by the humiliation of the abdication crisis. But despite Elizabeth’s best efforts, her …

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Seth Trimble ready to bounce back as point guard of North Carolina’s future – The Athletic

MENOMONEE FALLS, Wisc. — Less than 10 steps from the furthest edge of the Trimble family’s back patio is a full-sized regulation basketball court, complete with square glass blackboards and immaculately painted hoops. Trimble Court, if you will. It’s more convenient in the summer than now, on a Monday evening …

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Boris Lurie’s search for historical truth in trauma

Born in Saint Petersburg in 1924, Boris Lurie grew up in Latvia. When he was 16, this country was occupied by the Nazis and much of his immediate family was murdered. Lurie, who died in 2008, survived several labor and concentration camps, partly because he was treated as a skilled …

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10 Anime Characters Kyojuro Rengoku Would Work With

demon slayer is a hit shonen action anime famous not only for its thrilling combat system, but also for its amazing animation and heartfelt characters, such as Kyojuro Rengoku, the flame Hashira. Kyojuro followed in his father’s footsteps and became an elite swordsman, and he sacrificed his life for justice …

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Best instant camera for kids – WKRG News 5

What are the best instant cameras for kids? Young people today love to take photos and smartphone “selfies” are a specialty. But young children, those who are not old enough to own a smartphone, also like to take pictures with instant cameras. They can immediately share printed photos with friends, …

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The most spectacular volcano footage ever shot anchors a stunning documentary about two volcanologists

Sometimes nothing is as rewarding to watch as an obsession movie that inspires you to share the obsession. “Fire of Love,” one of the films opening the Sundance Film Festival tonight, is a documentary about a modest French couple, Maurice and Katia Krafft, who became the world’s most ardent volcanologists. …

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‘Fire of Love’ review: The most spectacular volcano footage ever shot

Sometimes nothing is as rewarding to watch as an obsession movie that inspires you to share the obsession. “Fire of Love,” one of the films opening the Sundance Film Festival tonight, is a documentary about a modest French couple, Maurice and Katia Krafft, who became the world’s most ardent volcanologists. …

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Boom times for online classic car auctions

Last year, the Bring a Trailer auction attracted nearly two million comments and the site registered more than 200,000 new users. An active legion of commentators pepper each auction entry with insightful dialogue. The “observers” follow the auctions by e-mail and can intervene at any time with their own offers. …

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Books Digest – To Paradise, The Oracle of Night and Georgia O’Keefe

Welcome to our weekly Books Digest where we round up the new books you should and shouldn’t read. This week features To Paradise by Hanya Yanagihara, The Oracle of Night: The History and the Science of Dreams by Sidarta Ribeiro and Georgia O’Keefe, Photographer by Lisa Volpe. For more books, …

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Richard Windsor’s instant decision turns into long-standing love for cameras

Richard Windsor has collected cameras all his adult life. Photo: Michelle Kroll. In the 1980s, while teaching horticulture at Weston Creek in Canberra, Richard Windsor considered himself lucky enough to have resorted to the crème de la crème of Nikon cameras. He used the school’s photographic equipment to help teach …

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Get 14 bonus giveaways with the February issue of Digital Camera mag, including 9 photo tip cards

Digital Camera is the world’s leading digital photography magazine and has been helping photographers of all skill levels improve their images since 2002. Each issue features photo tips, tutorials, inspiring images, and expert buying advice, along with the latest equipment news and reviews, along with a selection of free giveaways …

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“Atlas of natural regions”, “Universal language”… Ten photo books to put under the tree – Outing

Home »Culture» “Atlas of natural regions”, “Universal language” … Ten photo books to put under the tree – Release December 25, 2021 here is “New face of photophilia”, wrote Clément Chéroux, chief curator of photography at MoMA: the book of photography! On the occasion of Paris Photo, the Photobook review …

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Trees of Dharamsala by Nicholas Vreeland

From nicholasvreeland.com They closed the road through the woodsSeventy years ago.The weather and the rain have defeated him again,And now you would never knowOnce upon a time there was a road through the woodsBefore you plant the trees. Extract from “The Way through the Woods” by Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) For …

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Planetary Image of the Day – Week of December 6, 2021

Week of December 6, 2021 Welcome to our weekly recap of our Planetary Image of the Day (PPOD)!Take a deep breath and take in views of the solar system, from close-ups revealing unexpected details to images that capture new perspectives. Monday, December 6, 2021 Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / SwRI …

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Massachusetts Distributes Over 2 Million Free COVID Tests

According to Governor Baker’s announcement on Monday, Massachusetts is distributing more than two million free COVID tests to more than 100 cities and towns. Mass.gov reports that in communities hardest hit by the outbreak, the Commonwealth will distribute more than 2 million free COVID-19 testing at home in an attempt …

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APOY results, tenth round: close-ups

December 14, 2021 Here are the top ten images uploaded to Photocrowd from Round Ten, Close-ups, with comments from AP and our guest judge, Tracy Calder. Install a macro lens on your camera and you open up a whole new world of photographic possibilities and ways of seeing. Tiny insects …

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NJ offers free in-home COVID testing on demand for the holidays

TRENTON – The New Jersey Department of Health and Vault Medical Services announce a new phase in their COVID-19 testing partnership: a home saliva test that Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli called a “critical measure on Monday To contain the virus as winter approaches. “This free PCR test provides increased accessibility …

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How an HD intraoral camera can improve your dental practice

The application of photography in dental pathology dates back to 1840, when the first dental school opened alongside the world’s first photo gallery.1 Dentists R. Thompson and W. Elde were the first to document intraoral images before and after dental procedures in 1848, paving the way for future advances in …

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Christmas 2021 raffle Day 8 – Win a Sigma 28-70mm F2.8 DG DN | Contemporary lens!

We are delighted to announce that Sigma is offering a 28-70mm F / 2.8 DG DN | Contemporary goal on day 8 of the ePHOTOzine Christmas prize draw! Smart & Nimble: Sigma’s new standard full-frame hybrid zoom The new SIGMA 28-70mm F / 2.8 DG DN | Contemporary is the …

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Pandemic disruption through a student’s story

Times Insider explains who we are and what we do, and provides behind-the-scenes information on how our journalism comes together. In March 2021, Genesis Duran was a 16-year-old at Harvest Collegiate High School in New York City who had already spent a year learning at home. It was at this …

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“Ephemeral Beauty” at the Bennington Museum

“Snowflake”, Wilson Bentley, ca. 1920, from the collection of the Bennington Museum. Bennington, Vermont – One of the Bennington Museum’s most popular annual exhibits is the recently opened December closed auction of works by artists from the Bennington area and beyond. Here’s how it works: the Museum chooses a theme …

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Book sale to close Wick Society’s 50th anniversary

Fifty Years, Fifty Favorites was released to mark the half-century of the Wick Society in 2021. The Wick Society will conclude its 50th year with two days of book sales in the run-up to Christmas. A selection of local history books will be available in the foyer of the Wick …

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Sunday November 28, 2021 – La Minute Monocle

THE FASTER WAY / Tyler Burnt Korea better Hello, Guten Morgen, Hello. We start this last Sunday in November with some essential housework. First of all, last week’s contest. By now you’ve probably read or heard that my travels have taken me to Seoul (more on that a little further …

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20 best camera deals for Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday (2021)

Boling LED Flashlight Photography: Boling Adorama, B&H This pocket-sized LED video light is one of our favorite tools for making studio-quality home videos. It becomes remarkably bright despite its compact size and offers multiple colors and effects. You can adapt the color temperature to your lighting conditions or use the …

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Land Department Offers Hawaii Nature Reserves Online Tours In Exchange For Donations

The idea is simple: take a virtual tour of Hawaii’s beautiful nature reserves, and if you want to help preserve them, donate online. The State Department of Lands and Natural Resources on Tuesday announced a new program ahead of Giving Tuesday next week, offering nature lovers a “new donation opportunity …

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The photographer amplifies the small joys with his quest for “inner light”

“A photographer is a light hunter, we hunt light,” says Elizabeth George, one of the artists selected for this year’s Photofest 2021 exhibition. “I pursue beauty, not just light. I hope to bring light to people’s lives. Light awareness. The Photofest 2021 exhibition at the Artport gallery features art photographs …

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Mick Rock, photographer who captured 1970s glam, dies at 72

Famous music photographer Mick Rock has passed away at the age of 72. Representatives confirmed the news via social media Thursday evening (November 18). “He was a photographic poet, a true force of nature who spent his days doing exactly what he loved, always in his delightfully scandalous way,” the …

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Our favorite photo books of 2021 | Magazine

At MoMA, we believe in the essential role of the photo book. The first book illustrated by a photographic process, Photographs of British algae: cyanotype prints by Anna Atkins, was published in 1843, at the dawn of the medium. While the 20th century was marked by major publications that contributed …

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For young people with photographic virtue – CVBJ

Its four-camera system and video recording features open up new possibilities for capturing everyday moments. The newest member of the Huawei nova family debuts a camera with high-end technology, which includes the RYYB (CFA) and XD color filter set. The camera’s hardware and software integration enables users to capture high …

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Jayne Wilkinson on the Momenta Biennale de l’image

View of “Chloë Lum and Yannick Desranleau: Crushed Butterflies Dream Too”, 2021. Gallery B-312, MOMENTA 2021. CARE QUESTIONS and ecological entanglement have dominated art discourse for several years, but seem to have gained urgency in recent times, as the pandemic has forced a renegotiation of relationships and values ​​on a …

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Sigma 18-50mm F2.8 DC DN Contemporary Review

Updates:10/19/2021: Addition of images from the gallery (From the Sigma lens literature) SIGMA’s first APS-C sized mirrorless zoom lens features a versatile 27-75mm full-frame equivalent zoom range, making it ideal for a wide range of photo and video applications, including landscapes, portraits, street photography, architecture and events. It can also …

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Do memes help movies? | Chatt-Mag

A good example is the scene in “Marriage Story” (2019) in which the central couple in the film have a screaming match. When a clip was uploaded, it mostly sparked arguments over whether the acting was good. But soon, people reused four stills from the scene – culminating with Adam …

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Apple iPhone 13 Pro Camera

With 12Mp available on each of its main cameras, the iPhone 13 Pro doesn’t produce the largest images, but overall they look great on its display. They also look great when shared on social media. Under bright sunlight, jpeg and HEIF images might look a bit too crisp if you …

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APOY Round 10 is open: Close-ups

October 5, 2021 It’s time to take part in the last round of our Amateur Photographer of the Year (APOY) competition, the biggest and best of its kind… We are now in round 10 of APOY, with the theme of Close-ups. With APOY’s varied categories, there should be a round …

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Jon Gregory obituary | Movie

While filming the massacre scene in my film Peterloo (2018), cinematographer Dick Pope and I worked in our usual way – no script, no storyboard. However, which is unusual for us, we used three cameras for much of the action. The amount and complexity of the resulting footage might have …

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Central Washington State Fair

The Central Washington State Fair (CWSF) kicks off this Friday 9/24/21. The 2020 edition has been canceled by the coronavirus pandemic, so there is a lot of excitement and anticipation surrounding the return of the Sunfair parade and fair. This year’s fair is marked by new foods, new activities, many …

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Toem – Review

Among other things, 2020 has made it clear that a peaceful and relaxed game can be of great help in the most difficult times. Animal Crossing was the best example of the fact, at least if we’re talking about the mainstream, but it wasn’t and won’t be the only game …

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Emmy bait or art? // The observer

Fans of sophisticated divorce drama, rejoice! Anyone who enjoyed the Oscar nominees “Marriage story, “Valentin blue “ Where “Her” will be captivated by the highly anticipated HBO “Scenes from a wedding “ mini-series. The first episode, starring Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain, finally aired on the network (and its streaming …

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Local faces: Rose Kearns – Echo.ie

THEY were the new club in the neighborhood, but after nearly 20 years, numerous awards and hosting the Irish Photographic Federation awards four times in a row, the Ballyfermot-SatSun Camera Club is now an integral part of the pitch. “I can’t believe it, we’ve always been the new club, how …

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