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Imagine this, if you will. An old woman, near the end of her life. Shivering in a fleabag apartment without... Continue Reading The post Why You’re Missing Out if You Save Your Best Content Ideas appeared first on Copyblogger.
After a many year hiatus, I returned to photography as an avocation. In years past, I had been a semi-pro, using primarily Leica gear and film, of course at full frame. In those days the only significant half frame camera was the Olympus, which in spite of the smaller but more useful format gave a good account of itself. It did not hurt that Olympus glass was at that time some of the best coming
If you work with a team or for clients, you probably wish you had better communication. Even with the best,... Continue Reading The post Why Clear Communication Mirrors a Growing Garden appeared first on Copyblogger.
In a fascinating first-of-its-kind study, researchers have discovered diets composed of ultra-processed foods lead to overeating and weight gain when compared to diets composed of unprocessed foods. Both diets contained the same amounts of nutrients such as sugars and fats, leading to a hypothesis suggesting something else in the ultra-processed food engendered overeating and weight gain..
Photographer Jessica Kobeissi made this 5-minute video that has hit a nerve with many of her 1.3+ million followers on YouTube. She shares thoughts on why it’s difficult for photographers to get paid fairly for work these days, arguing that by undercutting each other and working for little or no money, some photographers are lowering the bar for everyone else in the industry.Kobeissi says s
Starting last October, Vox began their Vox Darkroom video series, which shares "stories of the past, one photograph at a time." Since launching the series in the fall, Vox has published five episodes, all of which can be viewed below. The latest episode is about Hippolyte Bayard, the first photographer to ever hold a public exhibition. Before Louis-Jacques Mandé Daguerre famously became
Longtime photographers will likely know the pain of seeing specks of dust inside an expensive lens. It can be frustrating, surely, but as Roger Cicala points out in a new blog post, dust is very unlikely to affect image quality. However, Lensrentals recently had a Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 IS II lens (a weather-sealed lens, no less) return from a rental not with dust, but rather, with a fly inside. If
All of the definitions of “experimental art” that I could find were pretty vague. Which was great, because they supported... Continue Reading The post Why the Term ‘Experimental Art’ Makes Me Laugh appeared first on Copyblogger.
a public aspect comes in the form of a series of new buildings at the base of the tower that will create a new town with planted rooftops. The post why is the tallest skyscraper in western europe being built in rural denmark? appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
"We didn't want to do this hard mentally tiring game [†¦] so we thought hey maybe we†™ll do some 'gamer's game' with a cool idea and cool gameplay. But at the end it just sucked.† ... is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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