Ryan Smith of Auburn, Maine Runs again

“Super Sunday 5 miler (New England Championships)5th place – 24:09 (4:49/mile)1st place team (Tracksmith)Got those marathon legs rolling this past weekend. These distances hurt (if you couldn’t tell by the photo). Only a few more weeks until the Olympic Trials marathon. Sneaky fit, as I went into this race a bit pre-fatigued. Hoping it pays off at the big one!I believe this is a 30+ second PR, but I’ve only done 8k races (4.97 miles) and never a true 5 miler.”
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First Look: Leadership Books for February 2020

Here's a look at some of the best leadership books to be released in February 2020. Don't miss out on other great new and future releases. Life's Great Question: Discover How You Contribute To The World by Tom Rath Life is not what you get out of it . . . it's what you put back in. Yet our current means for summarizing life's work, from resumes to salaries, are devoid of what matters most. This is why the work we do is often bad for our wellbeing, when it should be making us happier and health...
Tags: Facebook, Books, Leadership, Instagram, New York Times, Russell Wilson, Don, Kirby Smart, Nick Saban, Shay, Steve Brown, Harvard Business School, Emily Balcetis, Patrick Lencioni, Tom Rath, Andy Staples

At the Icefish Café...

... you can talk about whatever you like. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Lake Mendota, Ann Althouse

Tom Brady congratulates DPOY Stephon Gilmore with thoughtful message

Stephon Gilmore earned the first NFL Defensive Player of the Year award of his career on Saturday, and Tom Brady was one of the first people to congratulate his New England Patriots teammate on the achievement. Shortly after Gilmore won the award, Brady took to Instagram to send a message to the Patriots' lockdown cornerback: Congrats @bumpnrungilmore on winning such a prestigious award! There was no doubt to me and all our teammates how incredible you played week after week!
Tags: News, Instagram, NFL, New England Patriots, Tom Brady, Stephon Gilmore, Brady, Gilmore, DPOY Stephon Gilmore

Fans Shame Smash Ultimate’s Female Byleth in Photo Mode

Perverts have squandered no time as the addition of female Byleth from Fire Emblem Three Houses into Super Smash Brothers Ultimate has allowed them to take all sorts of lewd photos of her in Photo Mode, a turn of events some would describe as an inevitability. The female Byleth model has a rather charming blush […]
Tags: Photography, Games, Anime, Smash Bros, Fetish, Otaku, Oshiri, Fighting Games, Image Gallery, Fire Emblem, Nintendo Switch, Byleth

Xenophobia ‘Is A Pre-Existing Condition.’ How Harmful Stereotypes and Racism are Spreading Around the Coronavirus

As 10-year-old Connor and a friend played one recent day at recess, they were approached by a group of boys wanting to play a game — testing the boys for coronavirus. Connor, who is half-Chinese, and his friend, also Chinese, played along at first, but Connor’s mother Nadia Alam tells TIME that they quickly became uncomfortable and that the other boys wouldn’t stop, she says. “In this instance, I honestly don’t think the kids who targeted my son acted out of malice,” Alam said in an emailed...
Tags: Asia, News, Instagram, Cdc, France, China, Uncategorized, United States, Who, Un, Connor, University Of California Berkeley, UC Berkeley, Wuhan, Alma, Alam

Bruno Fernandes reacts to making his Man Utd debut

Manchester United’s new signing Bruno Fernandes has taken to social media to give his reaction to making his debut for the club. The Portugal... Click the headline to read the full story.
Tags: Photos, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Manchester United, Portugal, Bruno Fernandes

Canon’s end of year financial report drops hints about new EOS R cameras and RF lenses

Canon has released its 2019 end of year financial results and presentation, in which Canon highlight how they’ve done over the last year, and also talks a little about what we can expect in the future. If you want to see the financial side of things you can click the links above, but what was […] The post Canon’s end of year financial report drops hints about new EOS R cameras and RF lenses appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Canon, Financial Report, EOS R5, EOS R6, EOS RS

Civil rights era photographer Doris Derby: ‘If people were being so brave, it was the least I could do’

Ahead of a UK exhibition of her work, the activist and former academic discusses capturing everyday realities of southern black lives• See a gallery of Doris Derby’s photographsDoris Derby has had a productive 81 years. She’s been an elementary-school teacher, a photographer and a civil rights activist. She has founded theatre groups and been a professor of anthropology. “I like to say, I’ve worn a lot of different hats,” she tells me with a laugh one morning last week on the phone from her home...
Tags: Art, Photography, UK, America, Culture, Art and design, Derby, Margate, Civil rights movement, Black Lives Matter Movement, Atlanta Georgia, Turner Contemporary, Doris Derby

23 Free Photography EBooks

You've seen them appear in some of our earlier posts on freebies. But today we decided to put all the eBooks together in a single mega post for you. Go ahead, download them, and print them or save... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Bryce Mironuck – Photographer of the Month – February 2020

I accidentally stumbled across Bryce Mironuck’s images on 500px this fall. He is one of those rare undiscovered gems whose landscape images were a joy to discover. When I began examining his body of work it struck me how well balanced his images are and, not least, that they are characterized by strong compositions and […] The post Bryce Mironuck – Photographer of the Month – February 2020 appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Interview, Inspiration, Long Exposure, Nature Photography, Bryce Mironuck

Beautiful Pics Of Madonna Photographed In Alphabet City, NYC By Richard Corman In 1982

Richard Corman had just finished an apprenticeship with Richard Avedon in 1982 and was referred to Madonna by his mother who was casting Martin Scorsece’s The Last Temptation of Christ. h/t: At the time, Madonna was an aspiring dancer, actress, and singer. She had auditioned for the movie and Richard’s mother saw something special in the unknown Madonna that her son could capture on film... Source
Tags: Photography, Music, Design, NYC, Madonna, Retro, Richard, Christ, 1980s, Richard Avedon, Richard Corman, Martin Scorsece

Mark O’Neill Captures Fantastic Images Of Ghastly Soviet Brutalist Monuments Scattered Around Post-Yugoslavian Balkan States

According to a photographer Mark O’Neill: “Following a dark journey of discovery through the former lands of Yugoslavia, Spomeniki presents a visionary series of monuments with unique shape, form, and texture. Exploring the landscape of a broken dream, the imagination brings these lonely monuments akin to those of an ancient civilization, buried by the sands of time. Source
Tags: Photography, Design, Communism, Soviet, Monuments, Yugoslavia, ERA, Mark O'Neill, Balkan States, Yugoslavia Spomeniki

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Mesmerizing footage of the sun, health benefits from magic mushrooms, the history of food photography and more 29 Nigerian English Phrases Added to the Oxford English Dictionary The latest update to the Oxford English Dictionary includes 29 words, phrases and colloquialisms from Nigerian English—most of which have been used for decades, and have been adopted by English-speakers elsewhere. Some words already exist in English, but …
Tags: Photography, Video, Space, Design, Technology, News, China, Cars, San Francisco, Architecture, The Sun, Portland, Mushrooms, Dictionary, Linkaboutit, Food Photography

Here Are The 30 Best Photos That NASA’s Curiosity Has Taken After 7 Years On Mars

Here’s how Curiosity looked 7 years ago and now For a long time, Mars seemed like a frontier that’s untouchable. And while yes, no human has walked on the planet’s red surface, we, as humanity, have reached the planet through the sturdy wheels of Mars rovers. More: NASA, Instagram h/t: demilked Ripples On Surface Of Martian Sand Dune From Sojourner to Spirit, from Opportunity to Curiosity... Source
Tags: Photography, Design, Nasa, Mars, Curiosity

Saving Tallabrook Lodge: the battle against Australia’s raging fires – in pictures

Guardian Australia photographer Mike Bowers and reporter Christopher Knaus joined the Cowie family defending their property about 100km from Canberra Continue reading...
Tags: Photography, Australia, World news, Australia news, Art and design, Wildfires, Natural disasters and extreme weather, Canberra, Mike Bowers, Cowie, Christopher Knaus

Photographer Tom Hegen Captures Breathtaking Futuristic Photos Of Dutch Greenhouses At Night

German photographer Tom Hegen, who specializes in aerial photography, recently traveled to the Netherlands to document the country’s LED greenhouses. According to the United Nations, the world’s population will grow from today’s 7.5 billion people to 10 billion in 2050. And as natural resources like farmland and water become scarce, feeding the world will become an even greater challenge. Source
Tags: Photography, Design, Led, Netherlands, United Nations, Night, Greenhouses, Tom Hegen

Photographer Mirko Nahmijas Reveals The ‘Star Wars’ Architecture Of Soviet Belgrade

With his series, Minimal Belgrade, Serbian photographer Mirko Nahmijas brings an original perspective to his city. Built in the mid-twentieth century before the dissolution of Yugoslavia and the rise of the USSR, the buildings in these photographs bear witness to another time. But far from being an ode to the past, Minimal Belgrade highlights the futurist esthetic of these old constructions. More: Source
Tags: Star Wars, Photography, Design, Ussr, Belgrade, Yugoslavia, Minimalism, Brutalism, Mirko Nahmijas

Photographer Captures Powerful Waves On Lake Erie As Liquid Mountains

Dave Sandford is a professional sports photographer of 18 years whose hometown is London, Ontario, Canada. Over the past 4 weeks, for 2 to 3 days per week, Sandford has been driving 45 minutes to Lake Erie, spending up to 6 hours a day photographing the lake. The photos are awe-inspiring: Sandford gets in the water and shoots the powerful choppy waves in a way that makes them look like epic... Source
Tags: Mountains, Photography, Design, Lake Erie, Waves, Dave Sandford, Sandford, London Ontario Canada, Lake Erie As Liquid Mountains

Hey, photographer! Does social media make you feel inadequate? 

After speaking with some friends it seems like I am not alone. The pressure to create and produce work has never been greater. Never before has it been faster or easier to immerse ourselves in a world of images. Sometimes, we can get lost seeing how easily other people make it look, while we struggling […] The post Hey, photographer! Does social media make you feel inadequate?  appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Social Media, Creative Workflow

This grip gives your Black Magic Pocket Camera enough battery to make it usable

When Black Magic announced their Pocket 4k camera, they started a race. A race for improving their crappy runtime being the best battery solution for the camera. And it’s a hard race to win. (technically, Black Magic said they would release a battery grip in September, but we are still waiting…) I would say that […] The post This grip gives your Black Magic Pocket Camera enough battery to make it usable appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Reviews, Photography, Black Magic, External Battery, Camera Power Solutions, Indipro Power Grip, Indipro Tools, IndiPRO Tools Universal Power Grip, LP-E6 battery, Black Magic Pocket Camera

The best wide angle lenses for astrophotography 2020

When it comes to Astrophotography, the lens can often times end up being more important than the camera. Good lenses allow you to get sharp images at wide apertures, with little chromatic aberration, astigmatisms, or coma. In this article we are going to go over my picks for the top of the line of the […] The post The best wide angle lenses for astrophotography 2020 appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Diy, Astrophotography, Wide Angle, Ultra Wide Angle, Astrophotographer, Derek Sturman

Vanessa Bryant posts Instagram photo of empty seats at Staples Center for Kobe and Gianna

Vanessa Bryant reacted on Instagram to the two empty seats at Staples Center the Lakers draped with jerseys: A No. 24 for Kobe and a No. 2 for Gianna.         [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Instagram, Usa Today, Staples Center, Kobe, Gianna, Vanessa Bryant, Staples Center The Lakers

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