She conducts herself beautifully

We make pictures because of what stands in front of the camera, to honour what is greater and more interesting than we are.” I would also recommend Adams’ book, Along Some Rivers, Conversations and Photographs, in which he almost convinced me that Dorothea Lange was a better photographer than Walker Evans.

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These are the days, that you’ll remember

British teenagers like to watch their music online. Watching music on video streaming sites on the internet is now more popular than listening to the radio with young British people. Popular videos can quickly become extremely popular internationally. Justin Bieber’s song ‘Baby’ was the most watched music video on YouTube until 2012. Then, PSY’s ‘Gangnam Style’ became the first video to get a billion views. Now, it’s quite common for videos to pass the billion mark. Things can change quickly on YouTube!

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Music is the Key to her Soul

A project undertaken by Joe Marsh Rossney, John Bamping and Alex Simpson as part of the ‘Science of Music’ module run by Dr Gavin Bell and IATL. Introduction and motivation: The ability to sonify a body of text has many applications in the modern world. Take, for example, a computer application which

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The development of fetish wear in the middle classes

More often than not we wander into a shop, have a browse, find something we like and buy it – all without a second thought to the environmental implications of our purchase.During the summer holidays when I was getting ready to move to France, I was very excited as it meant that I had the opportunity to buy some new clothes and change my fashion a bit.

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Key fashion icons that have led the fashion world

I wouldn’t describe myself as fashion-obsessed and I don’t usually spend a great deal of money on clothes. However, I do love a bargain and I’m terrible at throwing away old clothes.At this time of year, summer seems like a distant memory. July and August were filled with boiling hot days, and even September was lovely and sunny.

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In this episode, John James Jacoby and I are joined by Brian Gardner, founder of Studio Press.

In this episode, John James Jacoby and I are joined by Brian Gardner, founder of StudioPress. We talk about the past, present, and future of the company including various milestones such as the Genesis framework and merger with CopyBlogger Media in 2010. We also discuss the community surrounding

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What a beautiful photo!

“Wonderful; very pleasing or satisfying.”

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Just a collection of my days out!!

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Thanks to all of you who’ve watched and respond to our new video this week.

Night photography can be much more rewarding than photography during the day. Because everything looks different at night, you don’t need to go somewhere exotic to get great pictures. Bridges, attractions, and buildings are usually brightly lit at night, and places that might seem rather pedestrian during the day

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Getting down with my sounds

As I wade a stream, I think wordlessly of where to cast the fly. Sometimes a difference of inches is the difference between catching a fish and not. When the fly I’ve cast is on the water, my attention is riveted to it. I watch the fly calmly and attentively so that when the fish strikes, I strike. Then, the line tightens, the playing of the fish begins, and time stands still. Fishing, like photography, is an art that calls forth intelligence, concentration, and delicacy.

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