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A study has found "complex benefits" associated with taking one image per day and sharing it with an online community.The study—which is co-authored by the University of Sheffield's Dr. Andrew Cox and Lancaster University's Dr. Liz Brewster and published in the Journal Health—is titled "The daily digital practice as a form of self-care: Using photography for everyday well-being" and it looked at
Shooting a photo every day and then sharing it online improves your well-being. That’s what scientists found after studying a group of people who have committed themselves to photo-a-day projects (often referred to as “Project365“).The findings were just published in a paper titled “The daily digital practice as a form of self-care: Using photography for everyday well-bein
Timber panels lining the walls of this house in Beijing by Swedish studio Claesson Koivisto Rune create a datum that unites the different spaces and contributes to a warm and soothing ambience. Read more


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