How To Master Night Sky Photography

Night sky photography is really one of the joys of photography. Stars are everywhere – whether you live in the Northern or Southern Hemisphere or in the Tropics, the night sky never fails to amaze anyone who is willing to spend some time out in the night, exploring the sky. You need to be willing to stay outside when most people will be in bed, but you get a stunning view of the night sky as a reward. There are some fundamental things you will need to take care of before you start your night sky...
Tags: Google, Photography, UK, Nasa, Earth, Southern Cross, Milky Way, Greenland, Nikon, Aurora Borealis, Dslr, Kp, Outdoor Photography, Polaris, Aurora, Northern Hemisphere

Instagram Is Reportedly Down for Android Users Following Concerns Over Password Security

Dozens of Android users are reporting that the Instagram app isn’t working for them as of Saturday morning, with some posting about problems on mobile on Twitter since late Friday.Read more...
Tags: Security, Facebook, Science, Instagram, Bugs, Passwords

Facebook Filed a Patent To Predict Your Household's Demographics Based On Family Photos

An anonymous reader quotes a report from BuzzFeed News: Facebook has submitted a patent application for technology that would predict who your family and other household members are, based on images and captions posted to Facebook, as well as your device information, like shared IP addresses. The application, titled "Predicting household demographics based on image data," was originally filed May 10, 2017, and made public today. The system Facebook proposes in its patent application would use fa...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Tech

School Me on the iPad?

I don't think yesterday was my finest hour. I seem to have irritated some people, and am uncertain why. But if anything I said made you mad, I apologize. (Also not sure why it devolved into a discussion of my opinions about Leica. Usually not a good omen when that happens.) Anyway, on a new subject... ...If you're a photographer/creative who shows portfolios to clients on an iPad, could I ask you to help school me as to how you set up those portfolios? Can you recommend any apps, or point to any...
Tags: Photography, Software, Michael Johnston, Michael C Johnston, Amazon US, Amazon Canada, Amazon UKAmazon Germany

bohemian rhapsody

Rami Malek is a treasure. Marcus and I went to see Bohemian Rhapsody today, and I’m so glad we did. I was quite a young girl when Queen was hitting the height of their popularity, around the time when I was developing my own musical tastes separate from my parents’. I remember thinking, even then, that Queen’s music was radical, unlike anything else that was popular at the time....
Tags: Photography, Queen, Freddie Mercury, Marcus, Rami Malek, Houston Texas, Scenes From The Weekend

7 ways to use pay per click marketing to promote books

From Google Ads to Facebook, Instagram and Twitter there are lots of options for paid advertising online. So where do you start – and what works for books? 4 minutes to read You can do a lot to promote books online for free. So why would you pay for ads? Because they’re cost-effective – and they work. Pay per click (PPC) marketing is the most common form of advertising online. You only pay when someone clicks your ad, can limit your spending and target your ads. So you can reach niche audiences...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Books, Instagram, Youtube, Eu, Ppc, Facebook Ads, Jon, Facebook Instagram, Instagram Facebook, Google Google, LinkedIn LinkedIn, Facebook Cambridge Analytica, Search Marketing PPC

Red Dead Redemption 2 Review – I feel guilty when I don’t play…

Red Dead Redemption 2 has sucked me in. I’m a recent re-convert to console gaming. In my 20s I had an X-box and played Halo and Rock Band (see this post here for rocking-out awesomeness and me with hair) with friends round at my house with pizza and beers. Then I entered my 30s, coupled up, and the gaming largely stopped. A year ago I bought an X-Box wanting to play The Last of Us, the zombie epic. I played a little, but struggled with the 1st person controls and couldn’t kill the zombies. I als...
Tags: Photography, SU, Game Review, Rock Band, Witcher, Red Dead Redemption

Level Up Your Social and Content Marketing with These Expert Tips

Chances are, you already have some kind of content marketing or social media strategy for your business. But how much of an impact are your posts actually making? If you want to step it up a bit, it helps to get input from the experts. Here, see what members of the online small business community have done to take their own social and content marketing to the next level. Drive Traffic with Video Marketing Video is one way to take your content marketing to the next level. But you need to produ...
Tags: Google, Instagram, Sales, Neil Patel, Content Marketing Institute, Matt Southern, Paul Hunter, Small Business Advice, Sarah Mitchell, Lisa Sicard, Pixel Productions, Instagram Cross, Alexia Wolker, Tim Majors, Free Google Tools Google

WhatsApp could wreck Snapchat again by copying ephemeral messaging

WhatsApp already ruined Snapchat’s growth once. WhatsApp Status, its clone of Snapchat Stories, now has 450 million daily active users compared to Snapchat’s 188 million. That’s despite its 24-hour disappearing slideshows missing tons of features including augmented reality selfie masks, animated GIFs, or personalized avatars like Bitmoji. A good enough version of Stories conveniently baked into the messaging app beloved in the developing world where Snapchat wasn’t proved massively successfu...
Tags: Social, TC, Mobile, Facebook, Apps, Instagram, Tech, Snapchat, Whatsapp, Evan Spiegel, Ephemeral Messaging, Instagram Direct, Rich Greenfield, Snapchat Stories, Alex Heath, Signal Snap

Instagram tool accidentally exposes user passwords: Were you affected?

Instagram's Download Your Data tool accidentally exposed the passwords of a small number of users. Here is the explanation on what happened, and how to find out which Instagram accounts were compromised. The post Instagram tool accidentally exposes user passwords: Were you affected? appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, News, Instagram, Trends, Security Bug, Password Leak

Liverpool star Virgil Van Dijk on Sergio Ramos: ‘He’s not the kind of defender I like’

Liverpool defender Virgil Van Dijk has this afternoon thrown shade at Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos. ‘Many more mistakes’ The public fallout between Ramos and Van Dijk’s Liverpool teammate Dejan Lovren has caught headlines all over Europe this week. The saga began when Lovren revealed his opinion that he is currently one of the 5 best central-defenders on the planet, and that Real Madrid star Sergio Ramos is in fact more error-prone than he: ‘If you look, Ramos has many more mistakes than m...
Tags: Europe, Instagram, Spain, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Liverpool, Real Madrid, Ronaldo, Croatia, Sergio Ramos, Dejan Lovren, Reds, Mohamed Salah, Virgil Van Dijk, Ramos

Instagram Rolls Out More Ways for Businesses to Sell Products by @MattGSouthern

Instagram has expanded its shopping features with the ability to tag video posts with links to products.The post Instagram Rolls Out More Ways for Businesses to Sell Products by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Tags: News, Instagram, Social Media, Seo

Instagram Is Reportedly Down for Android Users Following Concerns Over Password Security [Update]

Dozens of Android users reported that the Instagram app wasn’t working for them as of Saturday morning, with some posting about problems on mobile on Twitter late Friday. Instagram now says the issue is fixed.Read more...
Tags: Security, Facebook, Science, Instagram, Bugs, Passwords

12 Tips To Getting Beautiful Photos Of Kids With Your iPhone

Photographing kids as we all know, can be quite a challenging task, as kids do not want to stay in a place posing for photographs. There is no rule to adhere to when photographing children, but there are certain strategies and techniques one can use to get better images of children. With iPhone photography becoming extremely popular, the techniques for getting a good photograph using an iPhone are also pretty straightforward. The advantages of using an iPhone for capturing beautiful moments of y...
Tags: Photography, Dslr, Berzin, Camera Craft, Bess Hamiti, Myles Tan, People and Portraiture, Michał Parzuchowski, Leo Rivas, Steven Libralon, Sathyatripodi, Better Photos of Kids Have Friends

Claims Dejan Lovren could be banned for admitting to elbow Sergio Ramos

Croatian defender Dejan Lovren collided with Spain’s Sergio Ramos during the two nations’ Nations League match. The Liverpool player took to social media after the game on Thursday to boast about catching the Los Blancos star with his elbow. Manchester United supporters have questioned the 29-year-old’s comments on Instagram where he claimed he “killed” Ramos with his elbow. Manchester United fans claim Lovren should be banned Boasting about injuring another player got Roy Keane suspended. Wi...
Tags: Instagram, Spain, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Manchester United, Liverpool, Manchester City, Roy Keane, Football Association, Sergio Ramos, Dejan Lovren, United, Mohamed Salah, Christian Pulisic, Los Blancos

Help Me Pick a Photo to Print

I’ve started this thing where I print a limited amount of prints each and every quarter.  Generally, I’m going to print 10 images a quarter of my favourite image from that time period. You might remember back in Greece I did this for the first time.  You can see that blog post here. And, honestly […] The post Help Me Pick a Photo to Print appeared first on Brendan van Son Photography.
Tags: Photography, Greece

In the Overnight Snow Café...

... you can leave a sprinkling of comments. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Snow, Ann Althouse

Psychology Around the Net: November 17, 2018

Ever wonder if there’s an actual psychology behind our love of the taste of coffee? Why social media can increase loneliness, rather than combat it? If writing your own eulogy could help you sort out your life? Wonder no more — it’s all here in this week’s Psychology Around the Net! The Funny Psychology of Why We Love the Taste of Coffee: According to a new study from Northwestern University, those of us who love coffee aren’t less sensitive to its bitter taste (which, at first, would make se...
Tags: Psychology, Instagram, University of Pennsylvania, Northwestern University, UC Santa Barbara, Swansea University, Hunter College, Pavlov, Facebook Snapchat, Taste of Coffee, Michael Gurven, Melody Wilding, Melissa G Hunt

Suggested Science Essay Topics

Writing an excellent essay demands great organisation and preparation. Simply, an essay is just about the wellknown tasks among teachers, professors and students also. It truly is occasionally argued the composition is precious since it teaches learners to write words. Clarify to your own pupils an composition isn’t about creating insistent sentences with basic info Essay writing is really a kind of the rough homework. Scholar essays aren’t assumed to be advantage -of-your- seat whodunnits. Wr...
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Contributor Spotlight: Happy Fall & Deep Thoughts with Aliza, Anna, and Jen!

I don’t have many tables in my life where I can pull up a chair and sit with a group of friends who are in vastly different life seasons, where I can hear stories on one side about life as a single, young, career woman and on the other side listen to the beauty and challenges of being a work-from-home mom with littles, where I can gaze across the way and learn about launching young adults and leaning into an evolving stage of ministry. But that is what we have here at the (in)courage table. Many...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Minnesota, Time, Inspiration, Jesus, Anna, North Carolina, Hamilton, Ontario, Contributors, Jen, London England, Greater Toronto Area, Broadcasting Corporation CBC, Aliza

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