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Infineon CEO Welcomes Idea of ​​TSMC Plant in Germany

[ad_1] Company Infineon CEO Reinhard Ploss on Tuesday backed the idea of ​​Taiwan Semiconductor building a chip manufacturing plant in Germany, expressing a clear preference for its technology over that of Intel. FILE PHOTO: Reinhard Ploss, CEO of German semiconductor maker Infineon poses ahead of the company’s annual meeting of …

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Lion gift ideas for their birthday

[ad_1] CNN – It is difficult to find gifts for some people, but the Leo in your life? Probably not one of those people. More likely, you are having a hard time finding the perfect gift for these passionate, enthusiastic, and loving people. With birthdays from July 23 to August …

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10 digital photography tips beyond the basics

[ad_1] Digital photography can be an addicting hobby. The mount offers instant feedback that you don’t get with film (unless you’re shooting a Polaroid), and the large memory cards let you experiment with angles and lighting as you wish. If you’ve passed the beginner stage and are looking for new …

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Where Arab and Jewish teens learn tech skills together

[ad_1] “Eventually, I hope there will be Moona centers in the United States and United Arab Emirates. It is a template that can be copied anywhere because it is about people. Moona – a Space for Change began in September 2014 as an after-school program where Israeli Jewish and Arab …

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Ties will never recover from the pandemic

[ad_1] As America struggled to recover from a global pandemic, a shattered economy and record unemployment, the headlines were in despair: “THE Cursed Ties.” Men were “cutting back on their clothing bills” to the chagrin of retailers, the Associated Press reported. Those who continued to wear ties switched from colorful, …

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Reviews | What the White House doesn’t understand about disinformation

[ad_1] It is hopeless that disinformation about Covid and other topics takes hold so easily and demands constant monitoring and refutation. Misinformation – false stories and falsehoods – has always been with us, but it only really began to flood our political debates after the 2016 presidential campaign, as Donald …

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“A madman with millions of followers”: what Trump’s new books tell us | Books

[ad_1] This week, the Guardian reported that what is considered a leak of Kremlin documents describe Donald Trump as an “impulsive, mentally unstable and unbalanced individual.” Vladimir Putin, according to the documents, therefore decided to help Trump come to power in 2016 in order to weaken America. Five years later, …

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Talia Mar goes viral, her advice on social networks and finding her audience | The influencers series | Celebrity

[ad_1] Have you ever wondered what influencers do all day? Each week, we’re going to chat with famous social media influencers to find out exactly what they are doing on average each day. This week, we spoke to singer, YouTuber and influencer Talia Mar and she spilled the tea on …

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Chicago summer fun bucket list for families

[ad_1] This summer in Chicago is going to be epic. After months of being locked away at home, Chicago has reopened its doors for everyone to enjoy. This summer offers opportunities to mingle with superheroes, delve into Chicago comic book history, paddle a swan boat in a historic park and …

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10 Tips For Pet Photography: Make Stunning Puppy Portraits At Home

[ad_1] Wildlife photography is an incredibly fun and rewarding genre to tackle if you love animals, especially if you or your loved ones have voluntary subjects you can practice on. However, many animals (including well-trained ones) can be chaotic and unpredictable, making it difficult to shoot. • Find out more: …

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News & Information – Comments solicited on the review of activities in public places

[ad_1] Currently, two policies govern these activities and the Council proposes to integrate both into a single policy on Commerce and Events in Public Places. The new draft combined policy will have a much broader scope and set out the rules and guidelines on how activities in all public spaces …

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SwoonMe uses avatars and audio for its ‘less superficial’ dating app – TechCrunch

[ad_1] A new startup called SwoonMe aims to solve the problem of shallow dating apps, where users mostly make decisions based on how a person looks in their photos. Instead of browsing profiles, the idea of ​​SwoonMe is to use a combination of avatars and audio to encourage users to …

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Damien Hirst on Cherry Blossom Painting: “It took me up to 55 to please my mother” | Damien hirst

[ad_1] The first thing that strikes me when I see Damien Hirst’s Cherry Blossoms is not the scale (monumental) or the palette (psychedelic) but the painting itself. It’s thick, sticky, and a bit nasty. Creamy white and dusty pink tea towels swirl from the surface like meringue kisses, fragile and …

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Cheek to cheek: keep the tango alive during the Covid in Buenos Aires | photographic essay | Dance

[ad_1] In a cute little square next to a railroad tracks, it’s proven that not even a pandemic can keep us apart. Five couples lean forward, cheek to cheek, marking milestones that reflect life’s roundabout path. If there is a card, it emerges from a portable speaker, and the melancholy …

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5 tips for better landscape and nature photography

[ad_1] You could spend a lifetime in nature with your camera and still barely scratch the surface of what’s to be photographed. If you want to improve your landscape and nature photography, check out this fantastic video tutorial which contains five helpful tips that will enhance your work and expand …

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How to take the best fireworks photos with your smartphone

[ad_1] July 4th is upon us. One of the most incredible experiences is the countless fireworks displays across the country throughout the weekend. But what if you want to capture those moments? Tap or click here to discover seven photographic myths you should stop believing in. Fireworks aren’t the easiest …

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Temporary Name, Image and Likeness (TIN) Policy

[ad_1] I. POLICY STATEMENT The following policy (“Policy) is intended to provide guidance to student-athletes, coaches and staff of the University of Wisconsin-Madison (” University “) regarding the use of name, image and / or Student-Athlete Likeness for Commercial Purposes This document provides definitions and regulations for the use of …

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‘Children are not guinea pigs’: parents and teachers plan to end self-isolation in England | Schools

[ad_1] Schoolchildren in England may no longer have to isolate themselves after coming into contact with someone positive for Covid, ministers are expected to announce. The current system of student “bubbles” – who quarantine themselves at home if one of them turns out to be infected with Covid – is …

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Discover Pepin, Wisconsin with a Day Trip | Things to do

[ad_1] Pepin – home to some 850 residents – offers amenities that larger communities would love to have. Here’s an itinerary for a summer day in this Wisconsin village located along the Great River Road and sitting on Lake Pepin. Take a few hours to visit historic sites and learn …

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Behind the objective: the raven’s castle

[ad_1] 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 …

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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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Can geometry be as moving as poetry?

[ad_1] 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: …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Janet Malcolm, literary magician – The Atlantic

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 – …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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City of Oakland | Passport services affected, delays expected

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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interview with the architectural photography studio

[ad_1] 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 …

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DIY garden photo backdrop ideas for taking the best party shots

[ad_1] We earn commission for products purchased through certain links in this article. Who doesn’t like a good photo background to strike a pose in front of? Photo walls are fast becoming the norm for all snaps – from Instagram selfies to weddings and birthdays, photo backdrop ideas are THE …

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Master Gardener: Tips for Garden Photography Way of life

[ad_1] Whether you take pictures in the garden for fun, to share with friends, to exhibit at the fair, or just to enjoy next January when the predominant color is white; there are a few tricks that can make great photographs instead of snapshots. I’ll go out with myself again …

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Saint-Joseph Public Library offering summer activities | Local News

[ad_1] The St. Joseph Public Library organizes several activities for all ages to encourage summer reading. “We have the reading program itself, which is followed by Beanstack,” said Jess Gould, youth services manager at the East Hills Library. “And then thanks to this app we have a ton of different …

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Reviving Friends is like getting back together with your ex: a bad idea | Hadley freeman

[ad_1] I I know I need to move on, but I can’t help but think about reuniting the friends. Extreme 90s saying: what has been that anyway? I’ve never been a die-hard Friends fan – I liked it, sure, but let’s be honest, it wasn’t Frasier. But I can’t imagine …

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Angela Merkel bids low-key farewell at G7 summit

[ad_1] BERLIN – When Angela Merkel hosted world leaders at a seaside resort on Germany’s Baltic Sea coast in 2007, she was barely on her first term as Chancellor, a relative neophyte in world affairs whose bright green jacket among eight men in dark suits underscored her status as the …

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In Rome, an apartment rich in color and history opens to the public

[ad_1] ONE SPRING EVENING in Rome, filmmaker duo Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine walked into Casa Balla, the former apartment of early 20th-century artist Giacomo Balla, flashlights in hand. The three-bedroom U-shaped apartment, located on the fourth floor of a nondescript mid-20th-century building, had barely been touched since the 1990s, …

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Kansas City Chiefs OTA Day 9 pics

[ad_1] The Kansas City Chiefs will wrap up organized team activities this week. Today marks the last voluntary practice remaining before the compulsory minicamp. Veterans, rookies and new players all continue to improve as they spend more and more training time together. The pads won’t light up until training camp …

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5 tips for black and white landscape photography

[ad_1] Taking black and white photos is quite a difficult task. It is certainly one of the most complex areas of landscape photography. You have to be very careful about the circumstances in which the photos will actually look good in black and white. Removing color from a scene isn’t …

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Don’t feed the ducks: Royal parks warn of bullying behavior of birds after lockdown | Environment

[ad_1] Royal Parks in London are urging visitors to stop feeding ducks as it causes bird crowding and intimidation, the Guardian can reveal. A campaign launched today highlights how overeating disrupts fragile ecosystems, leading to large groups of aggressive gulls and crows stealing the eggs and chicks of other birds. …

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Oxford College President defends students’ right to remove Queen’s photo | Oxford University

[ad_1] The president of Magdalen College in Oxford has vigorously defended the right of her graduate students to remove a photo of the Queen from their common room after Education Secretary Gavin Williamson called the move “absurd”. Members of the college’s Middle Common Room (MCR), reserved for postgraduate graduate students, …

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Manny’s Cafe targeted by “Sionist Pigz” graffiti

[ad_1] One or more unknown people scribbled “Racist Pigz”, “Sionist Pigz” and “Free Palestine” on Manny’s 16th and Valencia cafe over the weekend on the outside wall along Valencia Street. It was the second incident in the past month where a Jewish-owned business was vandalized. A photo of the graffiti …

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Plan a stay, a vacation, even an inspiration to celebrate the month of June: Messages from the sun

[ad_1] SOUTH EUCLID, Ohio – June brings graduation ceremonies and, for some, a well-deserved vacation. And while a stay is in your plans, the transition to light clothing – and a sense of freedom – can stretch and widen as pandemic restrictions are lifted. Keep your eyes and ears peeled …

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Inside New York City’s intimate photography exhibit celebrating select queer families

[ad_1] On this point, Nitchun collaborator – TRNK co-founder Tariq Dixon – strongly agrees. “As cheesy as it sounds, love is a universal language,” he says. “It’s the one emotion we all feel and seek and aspire to, and I think it has been reminded of us over the past …

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Kansas City Chiefs OTA Day 6 pics

[ad_1] The Kansas City Chiefs completed their sixth organized team activity practice Thursday. There are only four other voluntary practices left before the mandatory minicamp. Veterans, rookies and new players are all starting to take shape as they continue to train together. While the electrodes have not yet ignited and …

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Marysville to host first pride festival to support local LGBTQ youth

[ad_1] In April, 14-year-old Kloe Spain, who is not binary, was playing with a few friends at Eljer Park in Marysville when a group of teenage girls approached them and started spitting anti-gay slurs and laughing. “I was a bit used to it, but it really pissed me off,” said …

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UK Mission to Geneva: Environmental Photography Competition

[ad_1] The UK is preparing to host the United Nations Conference of the Parties on Climate Change (COP26) in Glasgow in November 2021. As we count down to COP26, the UK mission is proud to launch its first environmental photography competition. The idea is to present inspiring environmental photographs of …

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10 tips for getting the arrangement you want

[ad_1] I like to receive flowers. I like to send flowers. They are beautiful. They convey an emotion. And after they fade, they’re thrown away, so they don’t add to anybody’s clutter. But when the flower company cancels the order, you don’t get a second chance on one-off occasions. So …

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Pro Offers Advice For The Contested Photo – Santa Cruz Sentinel

[ad_1] As summer approaches and the country opens up after pandemic closures, many of us are enthusiastically going on vacations and travel adventures with family and friends. A number of people I talk to find it difficult to take great photos while they are away. I recently returned from a …

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David and Rosie’s Shropshire Hideaway is shortlisted for ‘Shed of the Year’

[ad_1] Rosemary and David Hoult, in their hangar The Hideaway, in Ploxgreen, Shropshire Undated photo released by Cuprinol of Cuprinol Shed of the Year, Nature Hideaway category by Rosemary and David Hoult, from their hangar The Hideaway, in Ploxgreen, Shropshire. Issue date: Wednesday, June 2, 2021. PA Photo. See the …

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Lego Ninjago Days returns to Legoland in Florida this month

[ad_1] WINTER HAVEN, Fla .– Legoland Florida is bringing back its Lego Ninjago Days this month for three weekends filled with ninja-themed activities, character encounters and more. What would you like to know Lego Ninjago Days starts June 5 at Legoland, Florida The event will take place every Saturday and …

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Leeds and Thousand Islands graduates to be part of 2021 digital yearbook

[ad_1] Content of the article Residents of Leeds Township and the Thousand Islands (TLTI) are tired of COVID-19 ruining the fun of major achievement for its young people. To try to mitigate this, some are offering another fully online digital directory to recognize graduates and everything they’ve done. “COVID-19 has …

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Brooke Shields shares x-ray photo after spooky fall, says ready for ‘fresh start’

[ad_1] Brooke Shields shares x-ray photo after spooky fall, says ready for ‘fresh start’ The 55-year-old actor broke his femur in a fall in January while exercising. Get in your inbox every day. Shields fans and famous friends commented on the post with words of support. “It’s NEVER too late …

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Behind the Lenz: tips for bird photography | Lifestyles

[ad_1] Steve Lenz story and photos Bird watching is one of the most popular outdoor recreation activities in the United States. According to the US Fish & Wildlife Service, in 2016, some 45 million people enjoyed this hobby, contributing $ 80 billion to the US economy. With the explosion of …

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Parting shot: Delhi photographer Taha Ahmad’s score project travels to Canada – the New Indian Express

[ad_1] Express press service Tired hands practice the age-old art of mukaish badla work in the forgotten lanes of Lucknow. Empty, desperate eyes stare at you straight. A thoughtful Saeeda Bai in Mira Nair’s A Suitable Boy scratches a tanpura. Two generations – one old and broken and the other …

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“ Photography is about capturing imaginative ideas around us ”

[ad_1] Many photographers, professionals and amateurs alike, believe in the saying: “You don’t take a picture, you take it.”Photography is an art that can be improved upon with constant guidance and practice.For Shamama Fatima, young artist and photographer, photography captures ideas and imaginative experiences around a photographer.The 16-year-old student recently …

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Skibbe and Waligora tackle agility exercise to support local fire departments | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] Photo by Steve Schulwitz Alpena Mayor Matt Waligora, left, slips a $ 1 bill into the hands of Alpena Township Supervisor Nathan Skibbe while congratulating him on moving faster to an exercise in fire agility in which they participated. . ALPENA – Firefighters undergo rigorous training to cope with …

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Best Bets of the Weekend Eagle Farm, Randwick and Caulfield

[ad_1] Our experts give you the first chance to find a winner in this weekend’s big races. Last week… Four winners. Chris Vernuccio and Darren Prendergast counted the money early with Zaaki ($ 2.20), as did Nick Quinn with Heart Of Power ($ 2.10), while Simon Moy returned to the …

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Here we Van Gogh: Immersive Experience opens at Kirkwood’s Pullman Yard – Decaturish

[ad_1] Atlanta, Georgia – Vincent Van Gogh and his works were brought to life during the immersive Van Gogh experience at the Pratt Pullman Yard in Kirkwood. Decaturish visited the exhibit on Tuesday, May 25. The exhibition tells the story of Van Gogh, his life and his art while placing …

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Tips from Johnson County Gardeners on How to Attract These Iconic, Colorful Birds to Your Garden This Spring

[ad_1] The rain stopped early Saturday morning, just long enough for the Baltimore Orioles to drop by for a quick breakfast. Songbirds with black and orange plumage have a fairly simple appetite: grape jelly and orange slices. And some local Johnson County gardeners have enjoyed attracting the colorful birds to …

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Take Your Best Nighttime Photos: Top Tips for iPhone 12, Galaxy S21, or Other Phone Cameras

[ad_1] Andrew Hoyle / CNET The advent of night mode on recent phones like the iPhone 12 Pro Max, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra and a wide variety of others means that it is possible to take great photos even in the middle of the night. And the best part …

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7 tips that improved this landscape photographer the most

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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8 outdoor trips to experience in Birmingham this summer

[ad_1] 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 …

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I felt more welcome in combat than on base

[ad_1] 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 …

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St. Mary’s to start large summer academy

[ad_1] 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, …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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VERY unexpected photo of Prince William plunged fans into collapse

[ad_1] 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, …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Princeton pianists

[ad_1] Princeton pianists THE DAILY PRINCETONIAN TThe Princeton Pianists Ensemble (PPE) – everyone’s heard of it. And how could they not? The group describes itself as “one of the only bands on the planet where you will ever see five pianos on one stage”, and they certainly live up to …

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What to do if you lose your COVID-19 vaccine card

[ad_1] Key points to remember Your COVID-19 vaccine card contains important information and serves as proof of vaccination and medical records. If you lose your vaccine card, you should be able to get a replacement from your vaccine provider. Experts recommend taking a photo of your COVID-19 vaccine card and …

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10 basic tips for landscape photography

[ad_1] In this article, I’m going to share 10 of the most important things a landscape photographer should keep in mind when preparing and shooting. We tend to forget the most common things and end up getting messed up during shoots, so I’ll be sharing some pre-shot tips and on-the-spot …

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How to take a photo of the moon with an iPhone

[ad_1] Apple’s iPhone 12 Pro Max’s longest zoom still can’t capture accurate photos of the moon, but these tips will help you compose a beautiful moon scene. Apple It’s easy enough to snap a photo of the Moon with an iPhone, but snapping a photo of this far-off celestial body …

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Punchestown festival tips: Newsboy backs Al Boom Photo of Willie Mullins to win the Gold Cup

[ad_1] AL BOUM PHOTO is the choice of the feature film Ladbrokes Punchestown Gold Cup (5.55) on the second day of the festival. The two-time winner of the Cheltenham version has an excellent chance in Grade 1 after defending champion Minella Indo was ruled out due to a bruised foot. …

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Entire family of doctors goes viral after photo post in honor of Nationa – BOTWC

[ad_1] Black excellence everywhere! An entire family of doctors goes viral after a photo of a sibling posted in honor of National Sibling Day. Dr. Chinyere Okpaleke, or Dr. Chi as she calls her, is a family physician in Houston and one of seven siblings. In honor of National Siblings …

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Prom ideas, graduation date and more

[ad_1] Back to school: Sonoma Valley middle and high school campuses expect that only students who already take in-person classes will switch from two days a week to four days a week for in-person instruction next month. Students who had not yet chosen to return will need to meet the …

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Copyright helps SMEs market their ideas – especially if they are registered

[ad_1] “Copyrights are at the heart of most SMEs and, quite simply, are the easiest intellectual property rights to acquire solidly across the spectrum of intellectual property rights.” Discussions of intellectual property strategies for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) often focus primarily on patents and trademarks. But the benefits of …

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