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7 tips that improved this landscape photographer the most

There is an inevitable mountain of information in our hands, and while this has incredible power, it can also mean that it is difficult to find deep nuggets of wisdom. Here are seven tips that an expert landscape photographer has found most helpful. Nigel Danson is a landscape photographer from …

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Fourth Plinth Pick Includes Huge Rocket and Throws from 850 Trans Women | Fourth plinth

Casts of the faces of 850 transgender women, abandoned concrete grain elevators and a massive space rocket are among the artists’ ideas for the upcoming fourth plinth commission in Trafalgar Square. The organizers of the contemporary folk art installation revealed six options on Monday, which also include a monumental jewelry …

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MACC announces selection of Hawaii’s first-ever Young Poet Laureate

The first Hawaiian Youth Poet Laureate, Lua Bowman. Photo by BryanBerkowitz. Courtesy of Maui Arts & Cultural Center. The first Hawaiian Youth Poet Laureate, Lua Bowman. Photo by BryanBerkowitz. Courtesy of Maui Arts & Cultural Center. The Maui Arts & Cultural Center has announced that the first-ever Hawai’i Young Poet …

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“ Toronto’s beaches and parks have saved lives for me and my children ”

As Torontonians experience an unusually quiet Victoria Day weekend due to pandemic restrictions, we revisit memories of fun and sunshine from “May 2-4”. Eva Hellreich still remembers the day in 1998 when Toronto Star photographer Boris Spremo challenged her sister Rachael to throw a bucket of water over her head. …

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8 outdoor trips to experience in Birmingham this summer

Author Carmen Waldrop – May 22, 2021May 22, 2021 Haley and Antonio Minifield sharing a spoonful at Big Spoon Creamery in Avondale. Photo via Antonio and Haley Minifield from YNOT Images With the increasingly hot weather in Birmingham it is only natural that we want to be outside to enjoy …

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I felt more welcome in combat than on base

But I couldn’t help but wonder if the smiling face in front of me belonged to the soldier who had taken my photo or my journal. I was worried that the person would end up cornering me when I least expected it. Over time, I made fewer trips to the …

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St. Mary’s to start large summer academy

St. Mary’s School will host a summer academy from May 24 to June 26, which will provide many rewarding opportunities for students in one location. Summer offers include an English language arts, math and social learning class, a STREAM section focusing on science, technology, reading, engineering, art and math, a …

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Create magic after dark during the Total Lunar Eclipse with Samsung smartphone photography tips – Samsung Newsroom UK

Certain times of the day are sacred to photographers passionate about smartphones. Golden hour is a prime example – many of us love to capture moments illuminated by the soft, muted hues of the rising or setting sun. While night photography can be just as amazing, shooting in low light …

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VERY unexpected photo of Prince William plunged fans into collapse

We all remember the fainting, gushing and drooling of Prince William, who literally looked like a handsome Prince Charming, in his prime. WATCH: Prince William looked ridiculously handsome when he was younger The young prince regularly had royal fans in a frenzy with his mop of messy blonde hair, strong …

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8 fascinating tips for taking photography at home in Nepal – onlinekhabar english news

As you all stay indoors and practice at a distance due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, this may be a great time to invest in something creative and fun instead of just sitting at home. and do nothing. So, instead of just scrolling through social media pages and watching TV …

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