Photography Ideas

Behind the objective: the raven’s castle

By Benjamin Lee / @itchban | June 24, 2021 It was another cold and early awakening – one of many on our month-long trip to Japan in 2018. Luckily our sunrise filming location (Matsumoto Castle) was only 3 minutes away. walk from our hostel. It’s always a bonus when you …

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New suspect identified in June 12 homicide on 6th Street, charges against original suspects dropped by Travis County prosecutor’s office

The Austin Police Department (APD) has identified a new suspect in the June 12 homicide on 6e St. A warrant for the arrest of murder has been issued for De’ondre “Dre” White, 19. After the shooting, White changed his appearance by cutting and dyeing his hair. White was interviewed by …

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Can geometry be as moving as poetry?

SHAPEThe hidden geometry of information, biology, strategy, democracy and everything in betweenBy Jordan Ellenberg Some of us have a certain ‘eat your veg’ sense of geometry; that it is a necessary evil to be successful in school. “Shape” is Jordan Ellenberg’s 400-page counter-argument. For Ellenberg, geometry is like poetry: capable …

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Pixel Buds A-Series Review: Google’s Cheaper But Good Headphones | Google

Google’s latest AirPods competitors, the Pixel Buds A-Series, get a big price cut and a slightly more comfortable design. The new Bluetooth headphones take inspiration from Google’s cheaper but excellent A-series phones, slashing a few features to cost £ 100 (US $ 99) – or £ 80 cheaper than their …

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Janet Malcolm, literary magician – The Atlantic

There are two types of magicians: those who claim to be doing something truly supernatural, taking inspiration from the paranormal, and those who are honest with their audiences in deceiving them. Janet Malcolm, who died last week at age 86, was of the second type. Her journalism was filled with …

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Gardeners also love summer camps. Here are some ideas and activities to get you started.

MOST GARDENERS I know have an almost childish curiosity. What if, in the midst of this very adult reset in which we collectively navigate, we give ourselves permission to unwind, relax and rediscover the wonder. Welcome to summer camp – garden style. Taking a page of past experiences – and …

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New Haight and Ashbury themed boutique ‘Haight & Ashbury’ opens in Haight

There wasn’t much fanfare when Haight Ashbury T-shirts closed in December after 43 years of activity at the historically notable street intersection. After all, we had other things on our mind at the time. But there is a new store in that space, at the foot of the Doolan-Larson House …

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City of Oakland | Passport services affected, delays expected

Date posted: June 17, 2021 at 1:33 p.m.Last update: June 17, 2021 at 1:33 p.m. As summer approaches and COVID-19 restrictions are reduced, here are some helpful tips on applying for and obtaining a passport: Apply early! In-person appointments are currently booked for 3-4 weeks at most locations in the …

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Isaac Scott photographed the Philly summer protest. Now he has won a national magazine award

Questions and answers The 30-year-old art student won the award for his images, published in the New Yorker, of the George Floyd protests in Philadelphia. He tells us what it was like during the protests and why he thinks his photos have reached the top. Get a compelling long read …

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interview with the architectural photography studio

directed by miguel de guzmán and rocío romero, imagen subliminal is an architectural film and photography studio based in new york and madrid. de guzmán and romero studied architecture and use this knowledge to artfully document projects ranging from a reconfigurable pneumatic structure in paris at a residential building in …

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