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From Nostalgia to Blanding: 6 Overarching Design Trends that Defined 2018

2018 is coming to a merciful close, and as we reflect on this past year, a few overarching design trends come to mind. Below is a list of 6 trends we feel truly embody the madness that was 2018 and will simultaneously help define a foundation for the new year ahead of us. A few of these trends we hope will continue and others we hope to leave behind, but either way, we want to welcome 2019 with warm arms and an open mind for what's coming next. NOSTALGIA It's ironic that during a time when t...
Tags: Design, Instagram, Billie, Nike, Earth, Shanghai, Year In Review, Clare, Sammy Sosa, Balenciaga Triple S, Benoît Jacob, Nike Air Monarch, James Robbins The Gravity Sketch, Gravity Sketch Co, Daniela Paredes Fuentes VR, House of Innovation


Stars Bjørndalen, Domracheva and Shipulin Bid Adieu at Biathlon auf Schalke

Italy’s Dorothea Wierer and Lukas Hofer in first place (center), Germany’s Franziska Preuß and Simon Schempp in second place (left), and Darya Domracheva of Belarus with her husband Ole Einar Bjørndalen of Norway in third place (right) on the podium of the 2018 “Biathlon auf Schalke” event. The invitational was billed as the last international race for Domracheva and Bjørndalen, the winningest biathlete of all time. (Photo: Event organizer) The “Biathlon auf Schalke” two-person mixed relay sh...
Tags: Europe, News, Instagram, France, Germany, Russia, Sport, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Racing, Skiing, Italy, Belarus, Norway, Schalke, Ioc


The problem with modern lenses

When I wrote about the right kind of lenses at the beginning of the year, I laid out clear indications of When purchasing the right kind of lenses, there are some characteristics that people should not be buying for most photographical practices. I then wish to talk about modern lenses. Here’s a recap of what I […] The post The problem with modern lenses appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Lenses, Yannick Khong


9 popular Matador Instagram photos

People usually do at least one of three things as a year comes to a close: reflect on how the past year has gone, think up resolutions for the coming year, and party it up. 2018 was a great year for travel, with economies bouncing back and welcoming more tourism than ever, and it was also a year that people thought about ways to travel sustainably, as well as the impact of social media on the places they visit. Instagram has its pros and cons, but no matter what side of the debate you fall on...
Tags: Travel, Photography, Instagram, Indonesia, France, Singapore, Faroe Islands, Travel Photography, Vietnam, Instagram Photos, Matador Network, Tianjin China, PST, Mont Saint Michel, Chiba Japan, Tyrol Austria


The biggest ways 2018 changed food

A lot changed about the way we eat — and the way we think about food — in 2018. We lost Anthony Bourdain, a man who opened people’s eyes to other cultures and changed the way we think about how food and culture interact. Samin Nosrat, the author of Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat and host of a show of the same name, taught everyone with a Netflix account a new way to think about cooking around the world. There was more authenticity in restaurants, and some places the media had written off for dead were...
Tags: Travel, Food, New York, Instagram, California, La, America, European Union, Netflix, Harvey Weinstein, Portland, Starbucks, Seattle, Denver, Kfc, Alice


A Mistake? Fuji X-H1 Super Low Price

I don't know what's going on, but Amazon has a few Fuji X-H1's listed at $1,199 right now. [ UPDATE 1:30 p.m.: The good price is gone now.] Everybody else, even Amazon's other vendors, is listing it for $1,649. Mistake? Bait-and-switch? Gray market? Don't know; proceed with eyes wide open. But maybe you can score a big savings. It happens. It's happened to me before. Years ago, I got a digital camera at $200 under wholesale because a large retail chain promised to "beat every advertised price,"...
Tags: Amazon, Photography, New, Cameras, Michael Johnston, Don, Michael C Johnston, Amazon US, Amazon Canada, Amazon UKAmazon Germany


How to create a festive wintery portrait in the studio with a little compositing

Christmas has gone. We’re almost to the new year. In a few hours, we’ll be there. But it’s never too late for a festive wintery themed photo shoot. Winter’s still going to be here for a while yet. In this video, photographer and educator Gavin Hoey walks us through his process to create this festive […] The post How to create a festive wintery portrait in the studio with a little compositing appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Portrait, Photography, Winter, Christmas, Tutorials, Festive, Studio Photography, Compositing, Fine Art Photography, Gavin Hoey


10 predictions about the media industry in the New Year

Peter Csathy Contributor Peter Csathy is Chairman of CREATV Media, a media innovation and advisory firm and the author of “Media 2.0 (18): An Insider’s Guide to Today’s Digital Media World & Where It’s Going”. More posts by this contributor Ten predictions for digital media in 2018 Netflix should be afraid of Disney’s OTT play 2018 was a year of massive mergers and acquisitions, with AT&T/Time Warner, Disney/Fox and Comcast/Sky. Th...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, TC, Facebook, Column, Spotify, Elon Musk, New York, Hollywood, Instagram, Time Warner, China, New York City, Disney, Siri


2018 was a year of massi...

2018 was a year of massive mergers and acquisitions with AT&T/Time Warner, Disney/Fox, and Comcast/Sky. The #MeToo movement made headlines, and the dominant emotion in boardroom discussions around Hollywood and beyond was fear … lots of fear in the ranks of our tech-infused world of media and entertainment (as well as in the world itself). So what does the crystal ball predict for 2019? Here are some of the narratives that will shape the world of entertainment next year and set the stage for the...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, TC, Facebook, Spotify, Elon Musk, New York, Hollywood, Instagram, Time Warner, China, New York City, Disney, Siri, Tech


The future of the media industry in the new year

2018 was a year of massive mergers and acquisitions with AT&T/Time Warner, Disney/Fox, and Comcast/Sky. The #MeToo movement made headlines, and the dominant emotion in boardroom discussions around Hollywood and beyond was fear … lots of fear in the ranks of our tech-infused world of media and entertainment (as well as in the world itself). So what does the crystal ball predict for 2019? Here are some of the narratives that will shape the world of entertainment next year and set the stage for the...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, TC, Facebook, Spotify, Elon Musk, New York, Hollywood, Instagram, Time Warner, China, New York City, Disney, Siri, Tech


The 50 most-followed Instagram accounts in 2018

Business Insider has compiled the most-followed Instagram accounts in 2018.  The list is dominated by reality TV stars, musicians, and professional soccer players.  Here are the top 50 most-popular accounts.  In the world of Instagram, musicians, reality stars, and soccer players rule. Business Insider has compiled the most-followed people on Instagram for 2018, and well-known faces like Cristiano Ronaldo and Kim Kardashian top the list.  Up until this year, singer and actress Selena Gomez ha...
Tags: Kim Kardashian, Instagram, Dwayne Johnson, Trends, Ariana Grande, Ronaldo, Cristiano Ronaldo, Selena Gomez, Avengers, Gomez, Robert Downey




Ariana Grande Posts, Quickly Deletes New Mac Miller Tribute; Says ‘Farewell 2018, ‘You F—‘

Ariana Grande has posted a number of tributes to her longtime boyfriend Mac Miller in the months since his death in September from an apparent drug overdose. She posted another on her Instagram story Sunday night — a shot of his hands playing a keyboard — but deleted it soon afterward without explanation. Early Monday, […]
Tags: News, Instagram, Ariana Grande, Mac Miller


7 exercises to master in 2019

Diversity in exercise is an essential component of a good fitness diet. Constantly pushing your physical boundaries provides equally valuable neurological benefits. These seven exercises and tools are worth integrating into your regimen in 2019. None There are two responses when seeing a new exercise: "No" and "I'll give it a shot." I've watched both play out often. Sometimes the "no" is justified. You see a movement pattern that is tough on the knees after recently having knee surgery. That's ...
Tags: Health, Motivation, Instagram, Obesity, New York City, Neuroscience, Innovation, Personal Growth, Tim Ferriss, Derek, Goal-setting, Marc, Ferriss, Equinox Fitness, Tools of Titans, Christopher Sommer


10 Buddhist koans, and why understanding them is pointless

Koans are one of the most meaningful practices in Zen Buddhism.Usually translated as "nonsensical," the sentences have much greater purpose. Breaking beyond concepts in meditation is a driving factor of the koan. None Humans like to know what a sentence means. Sometimes we'll go to great lengths to derive meaning from a group of words. More often than not, however, we'll take the easiest possible route to understanding; the less neurologically taxing, the better. This opens the door to misunder...
Tags: Instagram, China, India, Meditation, Mindfulness, Language, Innovation, Philosophy, Buddhism, Personal Growth, Derek, Buddha, Zen Buddhism, Buddhist, Watts, Buddhas


Lens: An American Photographer’s Pilgrimage to the Italian Village of Luzzara

More than 60 years after Paul Strand’s seminal photos of Luzzara, photographer David Maialetti documented the Italian village and its residents.
Tags: Photography, News, PAUL, Strand, Paul Strand, Luzzara, Bicycles and Bicycling, David Maialetti, Emilia-Romagna (Italy


“Bird Box” has captivated audiences… and inspired some super gay memes

Everyone's talking about Bird Box, the nail-biting, post-apocalyptic Netflix thriller starring Sandra Bullock.
Tags: Instagram, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Netflix, Memes, Sandra Bullock, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Bird Box, Birdbox


LeadershipNow 140: December 2018 Compilation

Here are a selection of tweets from December 2018 that you don't want to miss: Five Ways to Get Young Recruits to Embrace Emotional Intelligence by @DanielGolemanEI via @Korn_Ferry It's time to pause... by @JesseLynStoner 4 Mindsets Needed for a Better Talent Pipeline by @Julie_WG How to Prepare Your Soul for Leadership in 2019 by @WScottCochrane The Secrets of High Performing Teams with @patricklencioni via @mikedrobbins Opinion | Is Listening to a Book the Same Thing as Reading It? via @n...
Tags: Facebook, Leadership, Instagram, America, Paul Mccartney, George H W Bush, Jon Meacham, LeadershipNow 140, Rick Western, Winston Churchill Leadership Lessons


Writing Year in Review 2018

2018 has been a stellar, benchmark writing year for me on all kinds of fronts – sales, series completion, partnership with a trad publisher, trying on a new genre, working on my craft, networking, and reworking old material. In at the end deep end: Sales $12,200 for the year, counting only Amazon (where most of the money has been). That’s actually quite a surprise to me. It’s a pretty good chunk of change. $1000 per month. We can write off a few thousand off that on promotions, cover art, etc… b...
Tags: Amazon, Photography, Writing, Weekly Writing Update


Let’s Celebrate 2019 Together!

Thank you to another amazing year. Let’s celebrate 2019 together! In this video I just share a quick thank you, and what I look forward to in the new year. Subscribe Join me on YouTube Join me on Instagram
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The Drag Queen's Guide To The Best Makeup Removers

New Year's Eve makeup is all fun and games until it's 2 a.m. and you're standing over your sink three makeup wipes in, still scrubbing away at your glitter eyeshadow. Drag queens, on a fairly regular basis, feel your pain. These performers are experts at both putting that makeup on and also taking it off when they're exhausted at the end of a long night.For drag queens, any old generic makeup remover won't do — they need the good shit. "I've tried MANY different makeup removers over the years a...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Instagram, Brooklyn, Miami, Johnson, Tatcha, Clinique, Ulta, Neutrogena, Neutrogena Neutrogena, Amazon Sometimes, Target Miss Malice Brooklyn, Target Miss Toto Miami, Vita Coco Coconut Oil, Boots Baby Love Brooklyn


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Square Appointments Allows Businesses to Reach Customers on Instagram and Google

As a payment solution, Square (NYSE: SQ) is always looking to improve its platform by bringing the physical and digital world together for a seamless ecosystem. The company’s latest endeavor in this area is the integration of Instagram and Google with Square Appointments. This will allow users to reach more customers in two of the most popular digital platforms. Square Appointments on Instagram and Google For small businesses with a digital presence, this integration will make it possible to ...
Tags: Google, Instagram, Sales, Google Search, Cta, Square, Reserve, Technology Trends, Square Appointments on Instagram, Square Appointments, Reach Customers on Instagram


4×6 or 4×4 Photo PrintBook For Just $1.75 From Walgreen’s After 75% Off Code

4×6 or 4×4 Photo PrintBook For Just $1.75 From Walgreen’s After 75% Off Code Use 75% off code: EASYBOOK75 The book will fit 10-25 images. You can pick it up in any Walgreen’s store for free or ship it to your home for $2.99.
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Best of CH 2018: Instagram

From our favorite social platform, captivating imagery we snagged from the world over Without a doubt, iPhone, Pixel and Samsung cameras continue to get better. We’ve observed this ourselves in the process of sharing instant, inspiring moments on the COOL HUNTING Instagram. Now, light carries nuanced impact. Color rings with truth. Speed, well—it might finally be catching up to our wants and wishes. So with …
Tags: Travel, Art, Japan, Design, Instagram, Mexico, Samsung, Social Media, Culture, Honda, Automobiles, Audi, Seoul, Public Art, Pixel, Greenport


Toshikoshi Soba 2018 - Last noodles of the year

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Tags: Photography, Anthropology, Photo Essay, New Year's Eve, Noodles, Toshikoshi Soba


New Music: Skillz Feat. Lil’ Duval “2018 Rap Up”

It’s New Year’s Eve, which means Skillz come through with his annual “Rap Up.” As the year comes to an end, the Virginia native looks back at the past 365 days in pop, media culture. Hear Skillz recap on major headlines like the Drake vs. Pusha T beef, Black Panther, Bill Cosby being sentenced to prison, the royal wedding, Machine Gun Kelly vs. Eminem, Will Smith joining Instagram and more. On the 2018 edition, Skillz even recruits Lil’ Duval who remixes his own “Smile” smash-hit throughout t...
Tags: Instagram, Virginia, Bill Cosby, Jazz, Drake, New Music, Duval, Skillz, Murda, Lil Duval, 2018 Rap Up, Skillz Feat Lil, Machine Gun Kelly vs Eminem Will Smith


How this Instagram influencer earns up to $100,000 a year by climbing mountains

Influencers are a growing group on Instagram. So popular, that they may even get a special type of accounts. Still, many people don’t know what exactly influencers do, and it may even seem like they don’t do anything. Meghan Young makes a living from climbing the mountains and she earns up to $100,000 a year […] The post How this Instagram influencer earns up to $100,000 a year by climbing mountains appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Instagram, Inspiration, Social Media, Influencers, Instagram Influencer, Meghan Young


Use Saturation Mask to quickly enhance colors and keep them natural

When increasing saturation in Photoshop, it happens that we get a little carried away and end up overdoing it. In this video, Unmesh Dinda of PiXimperfect proposes an interesting method for increasing saturation, yet keeping the image natural-looking. It takes only a few seconds, and it does make a great result. Start by opening the […] The post Use Saturation Mask to quickly enhance colors and keep them natural appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Tutorials, Photoshop Tutorial, Quick Tip, PiXimperfect, Unmesh Dinda, Saturation


How photography can help you fight depression

According to the World Health Organization, over 300 million people around the world suffer from depression. The mechanisms for coping with it are different, and for Greg Sheard, photography is the way to deal with it. In this video, he talks about how photography is helping him combat depression on a daily basis. And if […] The post How photography can help you fight depression appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Depression, World Health Organization, Photography And Depression, Greg Sheard



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