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Without meaning to, Porsz had been documenting a social record of the 70s, 80s, and 90s, and in 2009 decided to see whether he could track down some of his subjects, and see where the arcs of their lives had taken them. Which sounds like an impossible task: find subjects from hundreds of candid street portraits, persuade them to pose again – in the same location – then tell their stories. http://bit.ly/2rGuHMP
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The unexpected pregnancy meant proposing in a hot air balloon wasn't going to happen. So instead, Smith made a laminated card that read Will You Marry Me X-heart-X, carried it with him everywhere, and under the pretense of documenting the pregnancy, used it to clandestinely photo bomb his own selfies. For five months. He also loaned the card to family and friends and asked them to do the same.
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Every year, Art Photo Travel holds the Siena International Photo Awards to set up a new opportunity to favor the gathering among people, photography lovers, art and culture enthusiasts. The Siena International Photo Awards is open to all photographers, professionals, enthusiasts and new talents from all around the world. http://bit.ly/2gdeTxc
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You may have noticed how parents — especially first-time parents — tend to go shutter-crazy, and I’ll proudly admit to this condition. Even so, the moment I took this picture I knew I had something of everlasting significance to my daughter, my wife and me. You see, just days before this was taken, little baby Jazlyn was in the hospital. http://bit.ly/1TJ2hON
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Who Will Win this Mylio vs. Apple Photos Speed Test?

Mylio's renown for its blinding speed in finding and syncing images, and here's more proof: a head-to-head speed test pitting Mylio vs. Apple Photos in tagging, they syncing images that have confirmed face recognition.

Spoiler: can you guess how much faster Mylio is?
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Working as a janitor from July 2003 until August 2014 I was greatly disturbed by the volume of food, clothing and personal belongings thrown away at a single U.S. Customs and Border Patrol facility. For many of those years, I was allowed to collect and take the food transported by migrants, that was discarded during the first stages of processing, to our community food bank, an estimated sixty tons by the person who managed it. The personal effects and belongings were another matter: Why would someone throw away a rosary or bible? Why would someone throw away a wallet? Why would a pair of shoes, for all intents and purpose “brand new”, be tossed in the trash? http://bit.ly/2fpd94K
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A color photograph is full of information. Not only is the light in the scene modeling the form of the subject, but the colors are speaking to primitive parts of our brain. Often the photo can be giving us competing messages. We may be perceiving the beautiful delicate nature of a flower, but reacting intensely to its color. The artist will not always find this desirable in their work. When we compose a photograph, we create a scene in which we are the tour guide, leading the viewer around the image on a specific path… if we’re doing it right. Intense colors can be misleading and cause to viewer to stray from our intended path. Stripping away color forces the artist and the viewer to focus only on shape and form without the additional element of color. http://bit.ly/2lUajGs
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The buzzword of our day is disruption, as in upending the established order in favor of something better. (Or at least something new, and at some point we’ll assess whether it worked out).

These paired images aren’t disruptive though. To the contrary. Like any photos, they freeze time in digestible little nuggets. And like Then and Now work by Irina Werning or Chris Porsz, they have that magnetic, bookending quality. They’re not disruptive because they affirm that there’s an arc to life, a trajectory with stability and integrity. Of course that’s rarely the case — we’re not seeing the zigzags, the reversals, and the potholes between each image. And we’re not seeing anything without an arc.
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What does Google know about me? How do they find out? And what steps can I take to protect myself and my personal data? http://bit.ly/2hWAzNN
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Andrius Burba‘s Underlook series are whimsical, and his technique prosaic; the Lithuanian artist started by photographing cats from underneath a sheet of glass in the studio, before graduating to dogs and rabbits.

Under-Horse, as you might imagine, was a heavier undertaking, requiring two months of advance prep, a team of 40, a back-hoe to dig a 10-foot deep pit over which was laid a 56 square-foot, half-ton sheet of ultra-strong glass. The photographer’s subjects, which themselves weighed 1,300 pounds, were fitted with custom rubber shoes so as not to scratch the glass.
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