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These are the best cheap GoPro deals for November 2020

In the market for an action cam? Learn more about the GoPro line and the best GoPro deals available right now.
Tags: Deals, Photography, Trends, Gopro, Action Cameras, Commerce 2020


The best cheap GoPro alternatives that won’t leave you broke for November 2020

Hot weather is here. A good action camera is a perfect way to record your adventures
Tags: Deals, Outdoors, Photography, Trends, Action Cams, Action Cameras, Outdoor Cameras, Wearable Cameras, GoPro alternatives, WP Commerce, Commerce-alternatives


At the Real Matter Café...

... you can write like Jack Kerouac... or anyone else. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Jack Kerouac, Ann Althouse


Wordless Wednesday: the Bold and the Boo-tiful

The post Wordless Wednesday: the Bold and the Boo-tiful appeared first on BitterSweet.
Tags: Travel, Halloween, Photography, Texas, Holidays, Austin, Baking, Decorations, October


At the Sunrise Café...

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


Facetune maker’s new app Filtertune let anyone create and share personalized photo filters

Facetune maker Lightricks is out today with a new app, Filtertune, designed to create a community around custom photo filters. With the app, creators can make their own personalized preset photos filters, then share them across social media as photos that have a special QR code attached. When others see a filter they like, they can screenshot it to import it back into the Filtertune app for their own use. While it would be easier to create some sort of in-app system for sharing filters — simi...
Tags: Photos, TC, Apps, Photography, Instagram, Social Media, Tech, Photo Filters, Lightricks, Facetune, Farbman, Facebook Instagram Twitter Snapchat, Filtertune, Zeev Farbman, Lightricks Facetune2, Ligthtricks


A New Photo Book Shows America's Last True Wilderness

If you’re a nature-lover in the U.S., you’re probably familiar with the National Park Service and how it protects landscapes. But a new book shows another group of protected wild places in America: the National Wildlife Refuge system.Read more...
Tags: Photography, Science, America, Conservation, National Park Service, National Wildlife Refuge


At the Sunrise Café...

  ... you can write about anything you want. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Sunrise, Lake Mendota, Ann Althouse


Looking out at a completely changed Tokyo

Tokyo seems to be constantly changing, but the transformation this old lady must have seen is almost unimaginable.
Tags: Travel, Photography, Tokyo


Documentary on Obama White House photographer Pete Souza

Pete Souza took some of the most historically significant photos of both Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama while both served as president. He talks about what it takes to be a good documenter of a President in this profile. Be sure to check out The Way I See It if you want to learn more about his interesting career. — Read the rest
Tags: Photography, Video, News, Barack Obama, Ronald Reagan, Pete Souza, Obama White House


How to Take the Classy Portraits Your Pet Deservesd

Judging by the amount of pet photos on social media, you’d assume taking a good one would be pretty straightforward. But if you’ve ever attempted to take a picture of a cat, dog, rabbit, hamster or other creature, you know that it’s actually kind of tricky. In motion, your pet probably looks cute most, if not all, of…Read more...
Tags: Photography, Pets, Lifehacks, Photography Tip


How to Take the Classy Portraits Your Pet Deserves

Judging by the amount of pet photos on social media, you’d assume taking a good one would be pretty straightforward. But if you’ve ever attempted to take a picture of a cat, dog, rabbit, hamster or other creature, you know that it’s actually kind of tricky. In motion, your pet probably looks cute most, if not all, of…Read more...
Tags: Photography, Pets, Lifehacks, Photography Tip


It's the season of fading — click on your favorite view of fading.

A view, yesterday:     This morning, Real Clear Politics gives us our choice of which of 2 roads diverged in a woods you want to take to view the fading foliage:   Maybe we're all running out of steam and continuing to fade. After watching years of this presidential campaign, to be left with these 2 dismal candidates and — knowing they both have terrible problems — to resort to clicking on articles by partisan writers who promise to show readers that the other guy is fading. Pick one...
Tags: Photography, Law, Trees, Biden, King Kong, Maureen Dowd, Victor Davis Hanson, Ann Althouse, Trump 2020, Hunter Biden


At the Saturday Night Cafe...

 ... you can write about anything. ADDED: I'd forgotten to upload my sunrise photo so I put up the café without documenting my run to the sunrise, but here it is belatedly: [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Sunrise, Lake Mendota, Ann Althouse


Instagram row over plus-size model forces change to nudity policy

Facebook amends code after deletion of black users’ photos sparks outrageAs campaigning victories go, forcing Mark Zuckerberg’s social media empire to admit a discriminatory flaw in its policy is no small feat.But following a campaign launched in this paper, the Observer can exclusively reveal that Instagram and its parent company Facebook will be updating its policy on nudity in order to help end discrimination of black women on its platforms and ensure all body types are treated fairly. Contin...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Photography, Fashion, Instagram, Censorship, Social Media, Models, Discrimination at work, Black Lives Matter Movement


Polish pro-choice protesters march against new law – in pictures

Pro-choice protesters marched in cities across Poland on Friday as public anger rose over a ruling banning almost all abortion in the country Continue reading...
Tags: Health, Europe, Photography, Women, World news, Poland, Abortion


The Portfolio: George Tatakis

The Greek photographer is on a quest to document traditional costumes around the country The post The Portfolio: George Tatakis appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Photography, Turkey, Culture, Migration, Heritage, Friday, Traditions, Thrace, Dionysus, VYSSA, Caryatis, George Tatakis, New Vyssa, Traditional Costumes


At the Tranquility Café...

... you can talk about anything except the big debate. Go one down for the debate stuff. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Sunrise, Lake Mendota, Ann Althouse


At the Deep Blue Café...

... you can write about whatever you want. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Sunrise, Lake Mendota, Ann Althouse, Deep Blue Café


Wordless Wednesday: Drive Me Wild

Lettuce-Wrapped Amy Burger, Sweet Potato Fries, Gluten-Free Cinnamon Roll Broccoli Mac & Cheese Brown Rice Chili Bowl Baby Burrito Amy’s Drive Thru 5839 Paradise Dr. Corte Madera, CA 94925 The post Wordless Wednesday: Drive Me Wild appeared first on BitterSweet.
Tags: Travel, Food, Photography, California, Restaurant, Fast Food, Baking, Takeout, Vegan, Road Trip, Comfort Food, Corte Madera, Meatless, Rice Chili Bowl Baby Burrito Amy


Photographer Austin Mann Tests the iPhone 12 Pro's Camera

Travel photographer Austin Mann usually performs an in-depth review of new iPhone models to test their camera performance in real-world scenarios. To test Apple's new iPhone 12 Pro, Mann traveled to Glacier National Park, Montana. Mann focused on some of the biggest camera upgrades with the ‌iPhone 12 Pro‌, including the upgraded Wide lens, Ultra Wide Night mode, and LiDAR autofocus, across a range of conditions and environments. The upgraded 26mm Wide angle lens with a f/1.6 aperture perfor...
Tags: Apple, Photography, ISO, Mann, Austin Mann, iPhone 12 Pro, Montana Mann


DJI’s tiny Pocket 2 gimbal camera launches with big improvements

DJI's second-generation Pocket gimbal camera comes with a slew of improvements that could catch the eye of serious vloggers.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Cameras, Dji, Osmo Pocket, Pocket 2


At the Sunrise Café...

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


A crumbling and crooked old Tokyo restaurant

Crooked and crumbling old shops and restaurants are thankfully not a rarity in Tokyo, but as wonderfully ramshackle as some of them are, the one below definitely takes some beating. In business for 60 years or so, it’s clearly comfortable in its discolourations and the almost comedic toll those decades have taken. The mesmerising combination of which made sitting down for a leisurely lunch all the more memorable. Of course how much longer it will last is hard to say, but for now at least it’s ...
Tags: Travel, Photography, Food And Drink, Tokyo


Take a Digital Drive Along Ed Ruscha’s Sunset Boulevard, the Famous Strip That the Artist Photographed from 1965 to 2007

Ed Ruscha has lived nearly 65 years in Los Angeles, but he insists that he has no particular fascination with the place. Not everyone believes him: is disinterest among the many possible feelings that could motivate a painting like The Los Angeles County Museum on Fire? Nevertheless, the plainspoken Oklahoma-born artist has long stuck to his story, perhaps in order to let his often cryptic work speak for itself. Originally trained in commercial art, Ruscha has painted, printed, drawn, an...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Photography, Japan, College, Sacramento, Los Angeles, History, Architecture, Vw, Billy Joel, Andy Warhol, Ed Ruscha, Oklahoma, Seoul, Pacific Ocean


The Dorothea Lange Digital Archive: Explore 600+ Photographs by the Influential Photographer (Plus Negatives, Contact Sheets & More)

Shortly before her death in 1965, one of the New Deal’s most famous photographers, Dorothea Lange, spoke at UC Berkeley. “Someone showed me photos of migrant farmworkers they had just taken,” she said. “They look just like what I made in the ‘30s.” We can see the same conditions Lange documented almost 60 years later, from the poverty of the Depression to the internment and demonization of immigrants. Only the clothing and the architecture has changed. “Her work could not be more relevant to w...
Tags: Google, Photography, College, Walmart, History, Army, Ansel Adams, Archives, UC Berkeley, Thompson, Bay Area, Lange, Dorothea Lange, Facebook Twitter, Gordon, Paul Taylor


Top Gun's jacket to Pretty Woman's boots: film memorabilia auction highlights – in pictures

Hundreds of rare props and costumes from more than 350 films, including Alien, Batman and Gladiator, will be going up for auction in early December Continue reading...
Tags: Photography, Television, Film, UK News, Culture, Television & radio


Sunny Fall Day

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Tags: Photography, Anthropology, Photo Essay


At the Sunrise Café...

. ... you can write about anything you want. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Sunrise, Lake Mendota, Ann Althouse