Although photography came into existence in the 1830s, it wasn’t until the late 1800s that the activity really became accessible. This was thanks to Kodak, who released the first commercial camera in 1888. It was a leather-covered box that didn’t even have a viewfinder. Nevertheless, the device
My name’s Johan Lolos and I traveled around Australia for a year after I left Belgium to start a trip around the world. With more than 40,000km done by car, hitchhiking, plane, boat, train, bus, I visited every state and territory and saw some stunning scenery. During my year with the kangaroos,
About a month ago, 7-year-old Hannah Gorsegner promised to shave off her red hair to support children suffering from cancer. In 2012, Hannah watched her younger sister, Natalie, fight acute lymphoblastic leukemia as a 3-year-old. After long months of fear and exhaustion, the little girl is in
Photographer Nicolai Frederik Bonnén Rossen poses with a Lion 26-year-old Nicolai Frederik Bonnén Rossen is a freelance photographer and strategic adviser/publicist. Born and raised in Copenhagen, Denmark, Rossen is passionate about travel, writing and photography. Last year Rossen traveled
Nathan Ripperger, a U.S. designer and video producer, has come up with a hilarious way to catalog the bizarre and hilarious conversations one can have when raising children. His series of posters, called ‘Things I’ve Said To My Children,’ shares some of the fantastic things that Ripperger has
Nathan Ripperger, a U.S. designer and video producer, has come up with a hilarious way to catalog the bizarre and hilarious conversations one can have when raising children. His series of posters, called Things I’ve Said To My Children, shares some of the fantastic things that Ripperger has had to say to his children with us all. [Read more]
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For some of us using a Mac is natural. Its like having another arm or leg. For others it’s a bit more complicated. We all know someone who thinks ‘Mac’ is synonymous with ‘utter chaos masked in sleek perfection’. No matter what category you fall into, however, you will surely find this list of
15. Activity monitor in dock
By using this tool you gain similar functionality to the task manager in Windows. It is a good idea to add this item to your dock because it will take on some extra functionality. Its icon will actually display a pie chart of memory use and if you want to force quit applications it will provide you with a lot of extra information about processes you have running.
10. Built in dictionary
This is one of the coolest features on Mac and arguably another reason to use native programs like Safari. This is because as long as you are in Cocoa applications (things like Safari and TextEdit that are native to Mac) you can pressCtrl-Cmd-Dwhile hovering your mouse over a word and you will receive the dictionary definition.
5. Log in items
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Dear friend, If youre not growing in your photography, youre dying. Why grow? Okay, so my theory: all life is about growth. For example, trees grow. Trees suck nutrients from the soil and the sky, and try to grow to the heavens. They are insanely resilient Ive seen tiny plants growing from the
Gear Guide: This is a little tutorial on the equipment that you need to get started with off camera flash work or strobist. All of the equipment is very affordable, especially when you consider how much it can affect your photography. A small investment for priceless images. Light Stand: