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  • Myra Greene 'Untitled [Ref. #63]', 2006 ambrotype. In "the Memory of Time" at National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
    National Gallery's first-ever contemporary photography exhibit is first-rate
    Washington's National Gallery of Arthas just opened its first-ever contemporary photography exhibit, "The Memory of Time," that vividly illuminates many searing issues of today, like race and war.With racial violence in Baltimore and...
  • Bear in Yellowstone National Park
    Use wildlife photography to build naturalist intelligence in young learners
    With modern learning’s emphasis not only on knowledge but also the key ability to apply knowledge, a true functionality and flexibility with content learning is an integral skill. The Naturalist Intelligence, a more recent addition to Howard...
  • Paris Photo Los Angeles at Paramount Pictures Studios
    Paris Photo Los Angeles at Paramount Pictures Studios
    The French, famous for their panache have launched an exceptionally stylish third edition of Paris Photo Los Angeles. The fair, featuring premiere art galleries and specialized art book dealers, at the historic Paramount Pictures Studios in...
  • Hike, run or walk up Bessie Butte near Bend, Oregon for beautiful views
    Hike, run or walk up Bessie Butte near Bend, Oregon for beautiful views
    Are you looking for a simple, rewarding hike in the Bend, Oregon area? Why not try the trail up to the top of Bessie Butte? If you are ready, grab your CamelBak, other Hydration Pack or Hydroflask and get ready for a beautiful hike!Bessie Butte...
  • 'I Woke Up Like This' empowers women at their most vulnerable
    'I Woke Up Like This' empowers women at their most vulnerable
    Jillian Powers first became an advocate for body image activism the moment she started her photography project “I Woke Up Like This.” The project, which has grown to lift the self-esteem of hundreds of thousands of women from all over...
  • HTC
    HTC unveils cutting edge One M9‎ phone
    HTC hosted a private event at the Gansevoort Hotel in New York to celebrate it latest phone the HTC One M9. Today on April 27, Examiner.com is sharing some highlights from the event and the phone's coolest features. The One M9 isn’t your...
  • Sage Gallon
    Sage Gallon an up and coming artist discusses his art, culture and humanity
    This article is focused on a dynamic new artist Sage Gallon born Leslie A. Gallon who changed his name to Sage 15 years ago because he went through a spiritual transformation. I personally was drawn to him through his art work posted on Instagram...
  • Will you recognize the face of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom?
    Will you recognize the face of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom?
    If you pay attention to aperture, shutter speeds, or have ever experienced the wet process, you understand why they say that photography is essentially the study of light. Technology has led the focus towards digital and mobile solutions, so a...
  • Dilapidated Stands at South Shore Country Club-Relaxed Perspective
    Odd Frames add interest to Chicago Photos
    Of course, most picture frames are rectangular; the widths are longer then the lengths, and opposite sides are equal and parallel to each other. Such frames are boring because they are common. You can create odd frames to add interest to your...
  • Photographing Train Stations
    Photographing Train Stations
    In the four years I’ve been writing this blog, I’ve offered over 75 suggested photographic venues in San Diego County! While the County is a big, diverse canvas, I’m rapidly running out of quality locations to suggest. To provide...
  • Interview with Spencer Aronhalt: owner of photoSimply in Raleigh NC
    Interview with Spencer Aronhalt: owner of photoSimply in Raleigh NC
    What is your name? Spencer Aronhalt! Don't forget it!What is the name of your business?My business' name is photoSimply. The idea behind the name was that even the most simple of photos can have an amazing effect emotionally.What type of...
  • Museum of Photographic Arts invites visitors to Pay What You Wish
    Museum of Photographic Arts invites visitors to Pay What You Wish
    The Museum of Photographic Arts (MOPA) has launched “Pay What You Wish” with support from The Parker Foundation, and promotes the arts for everyone during Balboa Park’s centennial. The “Pay What You Wish” program, is...
  • Lawrence Photo and Video
    Lawrence Photo and Video to close
    Lawrence Photo and Video, which started life as a chain of drug stores based out of Wichita Kansas in 1888, will be closing their doors for good at the end of May 2015. The Springfield location opened for business in 1973 and in 1986 the store was...
  • White balance difference demonstration
    Tip: Mind your camera's white balance
    The 15 minutes of fame might be up for the black and blue dress that looks white and gold under certain conditions. But there ought to be a longer lasting lesson from this: that despite all the advances in photographic technology over the decades,...
  • Lynn Goldsmith photography exhibit opens at Morrison Hotel Gallery today
    Lynn Goldsmith photography exhibit opens at Morrison Hotel Gallery today
    “The Streets of New York” — a collection of some of legendary photographer Lynn Goldsmith’s work featuring celebrities in the streets of New York City throughout the last 40 years — opens today at the Morrison Hotel...
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