At the Sunrise Café...

... you can talk about whatever you want.This is the western view at 7:54, on a day when the "actual" sunrise time was 7:27. The view looking east was solid cloud — a type #1 sunrise. There were some breaks in the clouds to the west, so I turned the camera that way. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Sunrise, Lake Mendota, Ann Althouse

New Year's Card from Peter

Havana, 2020 "The gift of seeing, feeling, and the joy of response! "We live in a world full of immense challenges—often personal and maybe more often, generalized challenges to the spirit presented by the major forces at play all around us—politics, economics, ideology, attitudes, and environmental realities. In the midst of all of this—among the daily blessings and joys that offer so much amazing life in the present moment—is the opportunity to go out, and use one's eyes, heart, movement, a...
Tags: Photography, Havana, Peter, Michael Johnston, Peter Turnley

Canon Introduces the Appropriately Named “Photo Culling Plugin” for Adobe Lightroom

Canon has unleashed a bunch of new products over the past several days but not all of them are actual gear. The appropriately named Photo Culling Plugin for Lightroom Classic is, as the name would... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Best local group tours in Barcelona

It’s easy to fall in love with Barcelona’s beaches, parks, shopping, and fine gastronomy. Add in the happening cultural scene, charming nearby villages, and architecture, and it’s no surprise that more than 30 million tourists visit every year, which is 18 times the total population. Imagining a crowd of that size is difficult, and trying to find a free spot on La Barceloneta, Barcelona’s main beach, during the high season is even harder. While mass tourism is a real challenge in the city, i...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Cook, Instagram, Spain, Barcelona, Colon, Luis Suarez, Camp Nou, All, Fc Barcelona, Cava, Local Tours, Santa Caterina, Alfredo, La Boqueria

Instagram keeps a detailed list of everything it thinks you're interested in — here's how to find it (FB)

Instagram compiles a list of topics it thinks you're interested in inside the Instagram app itself, which is used to show you relevant .  You can check the list for yourself with just a few taps into some of the Instagram app's deeper settings.  My own list of supposed interests starts out accurate, but some missed the mark. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. You can see what Instagram thinks you're interested in by going into the app's deeper settings options. The list of i...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Congress, Trends, Cambridge Analytica, Antonio Villas Boas

Five composition mistakes you should avoid with your photography and how to fix them

Composition is one of those things that often gets talked about in photography. After all, it’s one of the fundamental aspects of it. If your composition is bad, it doesn’t matter whether you’ve got the exposure good or if you’ve even got your subject in focus. We all know about the “rule of thirds” and […] The post Five composition mistakes you should avoid with your photography and how to fix them appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Photography Tips, Tips And Tricks, Composition, Joris Hermans

Platypod: Knocking it Out of the Park with Platyball

By Shiv Verma Sponsored Just recently, I had the opportunity to test drive a new ball head, the Platyball. Not available for direct sale until later in the year, it was a preproduction version designed and manufactured by the makers of the popular Platypod Max and Ultra.  The Platyball will come in two models, the Elite and the Ergo. Both units have identical mechanical features. However, the Elite has an incredibly accurate LED-based leveling device that makes it sta...
Tags: Photography, Featured, News, Gear, Photograpy, Landscape Photography, Ergo, Technology Preview, Platypod Max, Shiv Verma, Platyball, Platyball Elite

28 ways companies and governments can collect your personal data and invade your privacy every day

In modern life, privacy is no longer a given — people are being tracked on their daily commute, at work, online, and when they're shopping. That's because data is valuable. In 2018, American companies spent an estimated $19 billion attaining and interpreting consumer data. Data is a commodity to be sold for advertising, used by government agencies to stop crimes, or for companies to increase workplace productivity. Almost nothing is private anymore. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, New York, Craigslist, Taylor Swift, Instagram, Microsoft, Washington Post, New York City, Time, US, San Francisco, Trends, Bbc, Delta Airlines

Shopping on Instagram is going to be huge — but it's barely gotten started yet (FB)

Shopping on Instagram is going to be huge, but it has barely gotten started. Just 12% of users currently use the Facebook-owned photo-sharing app for finding or shopping for products, according to new research from Cowen. By 2021, Instagram is predicted to generate $10 billion a year in new revenue from shopping. Click here for more BI Prime stories. Shopping on Instagram promises to be the next big money-making hit for the Facebook-owned photo-sharing app — but it still has a long way to go....
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Pinterest, Instagram, US, Trends, Deutsche Bank, Signal, Priscilla Chan, Cowen, Cowen By 2021 Instagram

Breakdown of the Nikon Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S lens shows internal design like nothing before

Seeing lenses taken apart and dismantled for the first time, or anything mechanically or electronically complex just fascinates me. I don’t know what it is about it, because it’s unlikely I’ll ever need to take one apart myself, and it serves no real educational or practical benefit. But I just find it interesting to see […] The post Breakdown of the Nikon Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S lens shows internal design like nothing before appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Nikon, Teardown, Lens Rentals, Nikon Z, 24-70 F/2.8, Nikkor 24-70 f/2.8 S

The best camera deals for January 2020: Canon, Sony, Nikon, and more

Looking to jump into the wide world of photography>? Check out our up-to-date list of best camera deals on DSLRs, point-and-shoots, mirrorless cameras, and accessories.
Tags: Deals, Photography, Trends, Nikon, Canon, Camera Deals, Canon Sony Nikon

The best Sigma lenses offer affordable quality for DSLRs or mirrorless cameras

Sigma's Art series gives you optically excellent lenses at relatively affordable prices, making them a popular alternative to first-party lenses for Canon, Nikon, and Sony cameras.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Sony, Sigma, Buying Guides, Sigma Art Lens, Camera Lenses, Canon Nikon

Pinterest just surpassed Snapchat in popularity. Here's how its unassuming CEO built the social media powerhouse by avoiding big speeches and personally meeting its first users.

Ben Silbermann is the cofounder and CEO of Pinterest, which, according to a new eMarketer report, passed Snapchat in users in 2019 and has a comfortable lead. Its stock soared on the news. In fall of 2018, Silbermann appeared on Business Insider's podcast "This Is Success" to explain how he built the company and came into his own as a leader. Silbermann built a community around his company by hiring people based on their passions, and by personally meeting Pinterest's earliest users. Silberman...
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Henry Cavill teases Season 2 of The Witcher in Instagram message

Season two of Netflix's The Witcher is nearing pre-production, according to an Instagram video posted by star Henry Cavill. That's great news for fans of Netflix's crazy-popular show.
Tags: News, Instagram, Trends, Netflix, Home Theater, Henry Cavill, Movies & TV, The Witcher, The Witcher Season 2

Importing Presets into Lightroom Mobile Directly

We’ve covered how you can import your Lightroom Classic presets into the cloud based Lightroom for desktop app, which then sync across all of the Lightroom cloud apps, and even how to create custom presets within Lightroom mobile directly, but what if you don’t have the cloud based Lightroom desktop app? Many people first get acquainted with the cloud based Lightroom app on their mobile device (Android or iOS phone or tablet) using the free Lightroom mobile app. You don’t need a subscription...
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The Impact of Great and Terrible Leaders

MOST PEOPLE have been around a bad leader at some point. Someone who doesn’t communicate, sets impossible expectations, or is just difficult to be around. You’ve likely experienced the draining, exhausting feelings from having to work with or for that person. Hopefully, most people have also experienced a great leader. These are the people who inspire and motivate and encourage people to do their best work towards a common goal. If you’ve experienced a bad leader and a great leader, you know th...
Tags: Facebook, Leadership, Instagram, Verizon Communications, Judy, Gallup, University of Manchester, Hans, Leadership Development, Jacob Morgan, Hans Vestberg, Zenger Folkman, Judy Marks, Otis Elevator, Impact of Great Leaders Great, Future of Work University

Instagram’s decision to hide photoshopped images is a disservice to art

In a controversial turn of events, Instagram has begun hiding photoshopped images on its platform — even in the case of creative uses. San Francisco-based photographer Toby Harriman was scrolling through his Instagram feed when he suddenly spotted a post flagged for “False Information,” PetaPixel writes. It was a first for him, so he clicked through the warning pop-up, only to find it was simply of photo of a man standing on a rainbow-colored hill. “Independent fact-checkers say this is false,” ...
Tags: Startups, Instagram, San Francisco, Design & Dev, PetaPixel, Toby Harriman

Create a Dungeons & Dragons Character With an Instagram Filter

The “What ____ Are You” Instagram filters are still going strong—at least, judging by the number of Disney characters I’ve seen in my friends’ stories lately. And as fun as it is to know that I would be a chalupa at Taco Bell, most of these filters are obviously more fun than practical. In fact, I’ve only found one…Read more...
Tags: Gaming, Instagram, Disney, DICE, Lifehacks, Taco Bell, Dungeons Dragons, Role Playing

3 Pinterest influencers break down how much money they make for sponsored pins — and how that compares to Instagram

Pinterest is usually not the first place that brands go to run sponsored content, but its top influencers have found ways to monetize their audiences on and off the platform. Because Pinterest's content is evergreen, a well-crafted sponsored pin can continue to deliver impressions and traffic referrals years after it was first posted. Business Insider spoke to three Pinterest influencers with a combined 15 million followers — Keiko Lynn, Erica Chan Coffman, Jan Halvarson — on how they make mon...
Tags: Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, Trends, Ken Burns, Lynn, DBA, Coffman, Youtube Pinterest, Erica Chan Coffman, Keiko Lynn, Keiko Lynn Erica Chan Coffman Jan Halvarson, Business Insider Intelligence But Pinterest, Pinterest Coffman, IZEA Pinterest, Digital Brands Architects DBA

What Greta Thunberg can teach brands about decoding Gen Z

It’s been a busy start to 2020 for climate activist Greta Thunberg. Fresh from turning 17, she staged a school strike where it all began at home in Sweden then slammed Australian politicians for inaction as bushfires raged across the country – all within the new decade’s first three working days. ‘The Power of Youth’ was the front page coverline used by Time magazine when it confirmed Thunberg as its Person of the Year for 2019 just last month – a phrase that belies the yawning gap that exists b...
Tags: Facebook, Sweden, Instagram, Microsoft, Marketing, Social Media, Brands, Seo, Spain, Italy, Time Magazine, Andrew Bolt, Thought Leadership, Generation Z, Gen Z, Instagram Brands

Corey Rich: Good Enough is Never Good Enough

Corey Rich is a director, writer, and one of the top action sports photographers of our time. He has built a life and a career around his passions for travel and adventure by documenting some of the world’s greatest athletes in extreme locations spanning the globe. From alpine climbing in Pakistan’s Karakoram Mountains to ultramarathon racing in the Sahara Desert of Morocco, freight-train hopping in the American West, underwater cave exploration in the Yucatan and snowboarding in Papua New Guine...
Tags: Photography, Podcast, Creativity, Pakistan, Climbing, Papua New Guinea, Corey Rich, Adventure Photography, Corey, Action Sports, chasejarvisLIVE, Karakoram Mountains, Sahara Desert of Morocco

The red cabin in winter – shooting the same subject over the years

To revisit old and newer images of a particular scene is enjoying and it invokes many great memories from happy moments behind the camera. I find images I more or less have forgotten of which some I still find attractive whereas others indicate that my preferences and taste have evolved during the years. This time […] The post The red cabin in winter – shooting the same subject over the years appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Red Cabin, Ole Henrik Skjelstad, Revisit

The 30 Best Photography Magazines of 2020

Every photographer loves reading about the craft, so we have put together what we think are the best photography magazines around at the moment. We have tried to break it down by genre and region. If... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Photography, Camera Gear, Photography Opinion Pieces

Hasselblad’s new 45mm f/4 “P” lens is the ideal street photography lens for their X mirrorless system

Hasselblad has today announced the new XCD 45P; a 45mm f/4 lens for the Hasselblad X medium format mirrorless system. Officially, the “P” stands for portable, but a lot of people will likely automatically think “pancake”. It’s not, but in comparison to the size of your typical digital medium format lenses, you could be forgiven […] The post appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Diy, Hasselblad, Medium-format, XCD 45, Digital Medium Format, Hasselblad X, XCD 45 P

creating a mindful art habit: make light season 5, episode 8

A few weeks ago, I shared with you my latest daily sketching practice — and I’m happy to report I’m still doing it, and while my art is really pretty dire, it’s bringing me so much joy. I’m also learning a lot about myself and about making art in the process: it’s teaching me patience, it’s providing me a great way to wind down every night, and sometimes I even find myself brainstorming in the process.Because I’m loving th...
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Emilia Clarke Is the New Face of Clinique - and Its First Ever Celebrity Ambassador

For the past 10 years, Emilia Clarke was known as Daenerys Stormborn of House Targaryen, First of Her Name, the Unburnt, Queen of the Andals and the First Men, Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, Breaker of Chains, and Mother of Dragons. In 2020, she's replaced her title with something way shorter and a lot less dangerous: Celebrity Face of Clinique, First of Her Kind. "I'm excited to partner with Clinique because they're such a good brand," she told POPSUGAR in an interview in London back in Dec...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Instagram, Beauty, Clarke, Emilia Clarke, Clinique, Khaleesi, Beauty News, Popsugar, British Celebrities

Facebook Stories Vs. Instagram Stories

When I think of the difference between Facebook Stories and Instagram Stories, there are numerous similarities between the two. (No kidding, they’re owned by the same company.) But why do most people use Instagram Stories over Facebook Stories? Are they really that different? Are people even using Facebook Stories? Let’s take a deeper dive into the two. The Look Today, Facebook and Instagram Stories still look very similar, but have a very different user experience. Facebook St...
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App stores saw record 204 billion app downloads in 2019, consumer spend of $120 billion

Consumers downloaded a record 204 billion apps in 2019, up 6% from 2018 and up 45% since 2016, and spent $120 billion on apps, subscriptions and other in-app spending in the past year. The average mobile user, meanwhile, is spending 3.7 hours per day using apps. This data and more comes from App Annie’s annual report, “State of Mobile,” which highlights the biggest app trends for the past year, and sets forecasts for the years ahead. According to App Annie, the record growth in mobile downloads ...
Tags: Google, Startups, Mobile, Facebook, Apps, South Korea, Japan, Instagram, Indonesia, China, Time, Ios Apps, Netflix, Android Apps, App Stores, Tencent Video

The best portable photo printers for 2020

Printing your favorite smartphone pictures on the go is easier than ever with a portable photo printer. From tiny Zink printers to devices that "print" on film, here are some of the best portable photo printers.
Tags: Mobile, Photography, Trends, Best Of, Canon, Printers, Buying Guides, Zink, Best Of Everything, Tier 4, Portable Printers

Pricing & Negotiating: Farmer Portraits for Financial Services Company

Craig Oppenheimer, Wonderful Machine Concept: Environmental portraits of farmers at work Licensing: Print and web collateral use of up to 12 images for three years Photographer: Industrial and portraiture specialist Agency: Medium, based in the South Client: Financial services company Here is the estimate: Creative/Licensing Fees: The agency planned to line up customers of the client who were farmers, and photograph them at two different farms over two shoot days. While we weren’t sure of exac...
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