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Pat McGrath x Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker + Prepare for Decadence (Updated 12/24)

Updates of a Frustrating Launch Latest Update UPDATE 12/24 9:00AM PT: The palettes sold through on Selfridges’ within two hours of launch (best I can gather based on when some noticed they were available for sale). At this time, the MTHRSHP palettes are out of stock, and there’s nothing that has been stated by the brand that suggests anything will be restocked etc. Decadence is still set to launch 12/26, which may or may not be accurate for Selfridges (who has bee...
Tags: Instagram, US, Beauty, Christine, UK EU, Skywalker, Pat McGrath, Twitter and Instagram, Year: 2019 Launches, Holiday 2019, Odyssey Lilac, Bronze Nebula Metallic, PMG Selfridges Pat McGrath Products, Skywalker Prepare for Decadence Updated


Instagram Ads Best Practices for Small Businesses

Instagram has almost a billion monthly users and 500 million daily active users–and the number will continue to keep climbing in the next year. More importantly for small businesses, Instagram’s parent company Facebook reveals that 83% of Instagram users discover new products and services on the platform and 80% say that Instagram helps them decide whether to buy a product or service. And with upcoming eCommerce features like shopping and Checkout, Instagram will continue to offer plenty of oppo...
Tags: Facebook, Business, Instagram, US, Sales & Marketing, Right Now, Checkout Instagram, Marq Untivero


Litra Torch 2.0 vs. Lume Cube 2.0 – Action Light comparisson

A few years back we tested the original Lume Cube vs the Litra torch. We were pretty aggressive and we threw the lights, froze them, and dunked them in water. Since then, Litra advanced to Litra Torch 2.0, and Lume Cube recently released the Lume Cube 2.0. We wanted to revisit our review and see […] The post Litra Torch 2.0 vs. Lume Cube 2.0 – Action Light comparisson appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Reviews, Photography, Lume Cube, Litra, Litra Torch, Action Light, gopro Light, Litra Torch 2.0, Lume Cube 2.0


The Rocky History of Kodak and Christmas Captured in New Video Doc

For most of us, Christmas Kodak moments might be lost in time, like tears in the rain, but the memories remain and, for some of us, they are quite palpable still. That’s because Kodak has ruined many... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Photography, Kodak, Photography News, Christmas Kodak


The (Near) Perfect Lens for a (Digital) Leica M

The Leica 35mm ƒ/2.4 Summarit with its dedicated hood This isn't a holiday post (despite today being Festivus*), but it continues the ideas of several recent posts. You know how I like to follow threads. In the Comments to the "Inglorious Excess" post of a few days ago, Peter Wright wrote: "Thirty-five millimeters is my favourite focal length, and I want to give a shout out to my latest acquisition: A Leica 35mm ƒ/2.4 Summarit. (I already own other 35mm M-mount lenses, but 'needed' to add thi...
Tags: Photography, Wikipedia, ISO, Rob, Terry, Canon, Lenses, Sigma, Peter Wright, Leica, Zeiss, Peter, Michael Johnston, Voigtlander, Mike, Michael C Johnston


Merry Christmas! &c.

TOP World Headquarters, seen from the South, in the beautifulFinger Lakes region of rural Upstate New York Alas, Christmas is just another day for me this year. Nothing doing, no family. Thus it is to grow older alone. At the same time I think I'm happier than I've ever been, thanks to the work I've been doing in the spiritual fellowship I'm part of. I love the area where I live and have more friends here than I've ever had anywhere since boyhood; my son Xander has grown into a fine man, and ...
Tags: Photography, South, News And Occasions, Michael Johnston, Michael C Johnston, Alyssa, Xander, Upstate New York Alas Christmas


At the Christmas Eve Café...

... you can talk all night.The photo was taken at sunrise this morning — a negative-space sunrise, perhaps apt for Christmas Eve. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Sunrise, Fog, Lake Mendota, Ann Althouse


A selection of my favourite photographs from 2019

With 2019 nearly done and dusted, it’s time, just like last year and the year before that, to choose my favourite photos from the last 12 months. Even by recent standards, this year has been an absolute shocker, but in a world seemingly gone mad, photography has once again been an incredible source of joy, and to a certain extent, escape. The gift that without a doubt just keeps on giving. What’s more, the constant desire to photograph the city, and indeed the country I live in, has taken me to...
Tags: Travel, Photography, Japan, Tokyo, Huge Hello Kitty


Photographically in 2020

What are you looking forward to, photographically, in 2020? Are you working on a project? Hoping to try some new equipment? Subscribe Transcription was done by Rev.com’s automated transcription service which means it’s an AI-generated transcript. The transcript may contain spelling, grammar , and other errors, and is not a substitute for watching the video. Hi, my name is Scott Wyden Kivowitz, a storyteller with a camera. This is my YouTube channel. You might’ve just come across it a...
Tags: Photography, Youtube, Photographers, Nikon, Mount, Scott Wyden Kivowitz


Canon EOS 1DX Mark III added to Canon’s latest product list

According to a Tweet sent out by Nokishita, the upcoming Canon EOS 1DX Mark III along with the WFT-E9 wireless file transmitter have been added to Canon’s latest product list. They believe that they have been added to the list a little ahead of an official announcement in anticipation of the Christmas and New Year […] The post Canon EOS 1DX Mark III added to Canon’s latest product list appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Canon, Rumor, Canon EOS, Rumour, Mark III, WFT, Nokishita, 1DX Mark III


Liam Payne’s debut album bombs after accusations of biphobia

One Direction’s Liam Payne dropped his debut album LP1 earlier this month and the verdict is in: despite a heavy promotional campaign, the album is somewhere between a bomb and a dud. Not only did LP1 fail to hit the UK top 10, which is pretty crazy considering that just a few years ago Payne was one of the biggest pop stars in the country, but it only reached #111 on the US Billboard charts. It has also received mixed reviews by the few critics who have bothered to write anything about it. Muc...
Tags: UK, Instagram, Life, US, Lifestyle, Bbc, One Direction, Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Album, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Payne, Biphobia, Liampayneisoverparty


Get An 8×8 Shutterfly Hardcover Photo Book For Just $7.99 Shipped

Get An 8×8 Shutterfly Hardcover Photo Book For Just $7.99 Shipped You can click on this link to apply codes to your Shutterfly account. Use code (Exp: 12/29): BOOKS8 Shutterfly photos and photo book book quality is far superior to photos and photo books from Snapfish/Amazon Photos. The 8×8 photo book will be just $7.99 with free […]
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Stopped all FB ads, ACX auditions, edits – Writing Update 2019 Week 51

The last week (almost last week of 2019!) I’ve been working on 5 things: Battling the intro and concept for Wren book 4 Reworking Last Mayor book 9 Editing a secret project (not mine – more some point later) Listening to audiobook auditions for Saint Justice Finishing up 5 years at my old job, On Campus London teaching English. I’ve also done my taxes and taken stock of ad success in the last few months. Thanks to affiliate links attached to various Facebook ads, I’ve known for some time that th...
Tags: Facebook, Photography, London, Writing, ACX, Wren, Weekly Writing Update, Saint Justice


The Big Oak...

... is not that tall, but it has amazing horizontality. It got that way by growing up without crowding from other trees. Nowadays, people make a point of removing any trees that would crowd it. It won the horizontality game on its own long ago, but we the people of today like what it did and want to preserve it for our gratification. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
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Mixing Photography And Pictorial Elements, The Photographer Erika Zolli Has Created “A Body of Vision”, A Series Of Sensual And Ironic Portraits

The project consists of images created using various techniques of photographic manipulation and conceptual photography, obtaining images that look like real hyperrealistic and abstract watercolor paintings. More: Erika Zolli, Instagram, Facebook n the description of her series, the photographer explains: “The whole project revolves around the concept of the body intended as a privileged... Source
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Barriers, barbed wire and borders in the head: Josef Koudelka's Holy Land

The Magnum photographer grew up behind the iron curtain. As a documentary charts his journey where Israel and Palestine meet, Koudelka talks about challenging official narratives – and himself There’s a surreal moment near the start of Koudelka Shooting Holy Land, a documentary about the acclaimed photographer Josef Koudelka. He has pointed his lens at one of the concrete barriers that separate Israel and Palestine but has been stopped by an official and a heavily armed soldier. His local assist...
Tags: Photography, Film, Israel, Society, World news, Culture, Middle East and North Africa, Palestinian territories, Art and design, Social exclusion, Palestine, Magnum, Josef Koudelka, Koudelka, Baram, Documentary films


7 Creative Ideas For Memorable Christmas Photography

Christmas is getting closer and that means Christmas photography!! It’s time to come up with fun and creative ideas for your festive photoshoots! The following 7 ideas are quite versatile and they... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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"The picture of a plastic box containing a joint is a nice bit of stoner fun, but it also evokes the glass-cube sculptures of Larry Bell, another of the artists whose work Hopper..."

"... and Hayward collected (and whom Hopper photographed). A neon Motel Alaska sign, with a glowing index finger illuminating a nocturnal streetscape, echoes a Duchampian credo that Hopper was fond of, that the artist of the future will 'point his finger at something and say it’s art.' Pointing fingers recur in the tender image of two hands—one an adult’s, one a toddler’s—hovering over a mud puddle, a moving study of Hayward and Marin."From "Dennis Hopper's Quiet Vision of Nineteen-Sixties Holly...
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Dear introverted photographers, here are five tips for successfully working with people

If you’re an introvert, you may find it very difficult and even exhausting to work with people. Naturally, it makes it more difficult to work as a photographer in certain genres. But there are ways to deal with it. In this video,teams up with fellow YouTuber, photographer, and introvert Taylor Jackson. They share some tips […] The post Dear introverted photographers, here are five tips for successfully working with people appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Portrait Photographer, Introvert, Taylor Jackson, Manny Ortiz


The 2010s were a difficult decade for photography, but it’s not black and white

A decade of decline for camera sales was met by a cascade of creativity resulting from the rise of the smartphone and social media. It hasn't all been good, but photography remains a core component of human expression.
Tags: Photography, Instagram, Youtube, Trends, Features, Snapchat, Dslr, Mirrorless Camera, Tiktok, Ten Years of Tech


A former data science exec at Google, YouTube, and Facebook who is a practicing Buddhist shares his 5 essential lessons for work

Dan Zigmond is a practicing Buddhist and a data science executive whose résumé includes stints at Google, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. In his latest book, "Buddha's Office," Zigmond offers advice inspired by Buddha's teachings for anyone seeking balance and increased productivity. He shared 5 lessons with us: Make time to think. Hold meetings on the go. Skip meetings where you're not required. Take a real lunch. And set boundaries. Click here for more BI Prime stories. When he left colle...
Tags: Facebook, Asia, Instagram, Youtube, Trends, Walk, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Buddha, Buddhist, Google YouTube, Google Facebook, Dan Zigmond, Zigmond, Google Facebook Instagram


Pat McGrath x Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker + Selfridges Live (Updated 12/23)

Updates of a Frustrating Launch Latest Update UPDATE 12/23 8:10PM PT: Live at Selfridges! The mobile app allowed me to “add to bag” when I opened up any product listing. The desktop version is not allowing me to do so on the product page, but if you add the items to your wish list, then go to your wish list, click “view details,” you can “move to bag.” UPDATE 12/23 3:10PM PT: There’s still no update that I’ve been able to find (Selfridges has not given me an upd...
Tags: Instagram, US, Beauty, Christine, UK EU, Skywalker, Pat McGrath, Twitter and Instagram, Year: 2019 Launches, Holiday 2019, Odyssey Lilac, Bronze Nebula Metallic, PMG Selfridges Pat McGrath Products, Skywalker Selfridges Live Updated


TikTok reportedly wants a new HQ outside China to distance itself from its Chinese roots

TikTok has reportedly been thinking about building a headquarters outside of China to fight against its image as a Chinese company, according to the Wall Street Journal. TikTok's Chinese roots have put the company under intense scrutiny from US lawmakers. Locations under consideration include Singapore, London, and Dublin. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. TikTok is trying to shed its Chinese image by setting up a new headquarters in a different country, sources told the Wal...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, China, US, Los Angeles, Trends, Nasa, Shanghai, Dublin, Wall Street Journal, Journal, SINGAPORE LONDON, Bytedance, Tiktok, Wall Street Journal TikTok


Don’t forget to shoot “the ring of fire” of this year’s last solar eclipse

The total solar eclipse from July this year gave us some spectacular photos and videos. The year is coming to its end, but if you want to shoot a solar eclipse, you’ll have another chance before 2019 is over. On 26 December, a total solar eclipse will be visible in India, Singapore, the Philippines, Saudi […] The post Don’t forget to shoot “the ring of fire” of this year’s last solar eclipse appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Solar Eclipse, Eclipse, Don, Total Solar Eclipse, Ring of Fire, India Singapore the Philippines


Take a trip down Nikon lens memory lane from their first lenses for Canon cameras to modern Z mount

Like many people, I haven’t always been the biggest fan of Ken Rockwell over the years. But it’s Christmas Eve, and I’m in a relatively festive mood, so here we go. Ken has put out a video on the history of Nikon lenses that’s actually got some quite interesting information about it. It starts way […] The post Take a trip down Nikon lens memory lane from their first lenses for Canon cameras to modern Z mount appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, History, Gear, Nikon, Canon, Ken, Nikon Lens, Nikon F, F Mount, Ken Rockwell


The problem with Flickr’s plea for help

Flickr users received an email a few days ago asking for help to spread the world of Flickr. Don MacAskill who is the CEO of both SmugMug and Flickr, explained the platform is still losing money and needs our help to keep it alive. Being that I’ve used Flickr since I started photography in 2011, […] The post The problem with Flickr’s plea for help appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Flickr, Daniel Lee, Flickr Pro, Smugmug, Don MacAskill, Flickr Account


The Kenyan Nutcracker – in pictures

Dance Centre Kenya’s Christmas production of The Nutcracker, performed at the National Theatre in Nairobi with the Nairobi Philharmonic Orchestra and guest musicians from overseas, is a highlight of the capital’s cultural and social calendar Continue reading...
Tags: Photography, Africa, Christmas, Life and style, World news, Dance, Culture, Stage, Ballet, Kenya, Nairobi, Nairobi Philharmonic Orchestra



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