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The Fog – Landscape Photography by Kilian Schönberger

The Fog, a photographic series of breathtaking landscapes.<p>Kilian Schönberger is a Cologne, Germany based photographer specializing in landscape and …

The insanely talented women writers who posed as men to get published

It isn’t easy to make it in a man’s world. Women may benefit from more legal rights today than ever before but the truth is our world still runs on …

Literature

Women's rights country by country - interactive

<b>Nikki van der Gaag:</b> Things have certainly improved for women, but at the top of both industry and government the faces remain stubbornly male

Hey, college kids: Major in John Oliver and Neil deGrasse Tyson

<b>Neil deGrasse Tyson, John Oliver (National Geographic/HBO)</b><p>Politicians of both parties deride the humanities. Instead, let’s support critical thinking, deride underpaid labor<p>Aaron R. Hanlon<p>November 15, 2014 4:00pm (UTC)<p>President Obama and Neil deGrasse Tyson recently held a joint press conference in …

iOS is twice as memory-efficient as Android. Here’s why.

When the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were announced, many Android fans laughed at the “pitiful” 1GB of RAM of Apple’s flagship smartphone, when Android flagships tended to ship with 2GB and sometimes more.<p>But specs don’t always — or even most of the time — tell the whole story. As it turns out, an …

Batteries

Telegraph photographer wins Amnesty award for Central African Republic coverage

Photographer Marcus Bleasdale's work documenting religious violence in the Central African Republic has won the Amnesty International Media Award for photojournalism<p>A documentary photographer, whose work has influenced policy-makers around the world, has won the prestigious Amnesty International …

Landscape Photographer of the Year 2014

Tamron 150-600mm Lens: A Nature Photographer's Delight

The Tamron 150-600mm announcement and availability was met with enthusiastic interest from bird and nature photographers across the globe. With a …

New Sony Sensor Tech Could Capture Incredible Dynamic Range and 2K Video at 16,000fps

Sony’s not messing around, the electronics company really does want to revolutionize digital photography. And while we still haven’t seen the …

Tomorrow’s Innovators: Shaping The Future Of Sustainable Fashion

When it comes to fashion trends, no one knows exactly what the future will hold. What we do know is that next-generation designers will be critical …

The jaw-dropping inequality of wealth in the U.S., in charts

It is a relatively well-known fact that the United States has become one of the most unequal countries in the developed world when it comes to income.<p>…

The Drop's Matthias Schoenaerts: a new portrayal of masculinity

Oh <i>merde</i>!” It’s 4pm in Antibes and Matthias Schoenaerts has just woken up. Doing night shoots on Maryland, a film about an ex-soldier with post-traumatic stress disorder, he’s staying in an apartment and has just discovered it’s too late to order food from the local restaurant. “Oh my God, I’m …

Nonprofit Customer Service In A (Hopefully) Post-Greg Mortenson Era

What inspires a donor to contribute repeatedly to a particular charity/NGO/not-for-profit organization in ever-increasing amounts, rather than spending that money elsewhere? The answer, in part, is what could broadly be called customer service, or perhaps “the donor experience.”<p>For example, the way …

5 Blend Modes in Photoshop Every Photographer Should Know

Photographic compositing has been with us since the dawn of photography. The merging of two or more separate images into one is seen as a way of …

Self-Ruling Region in Syria Issues Women's Rights Decree

World<p>BEIRUT — Officials in a predominantly Kurdish province of northeastern Syria have issued a women's rights decree, monitors said Sunday, in an apparent rebuke to the hard-line views of ISIS insurgents who have advanced in the region.<p>ISIS, or the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham, which has …

Middle East

Winners of the Travel Photographer of the Year 2013 Contest

The Travel Photographer of the Year 2013 winners have just recently been announced, their images revealing eye-opening and intimate looks at people, wildlife, and landscapes from across the globe. The annual international photo competition has received submissions from both amateur and professional …

The Exodus Continues: Why One Photographer Ditched Nikon for Fuji

It used to be only outliers ditched their Nikon and Canon DSLRs for more compact setups. But as mirrorless systems get better and better, more pros …

We Might Totally Misunderstand Galaxies, NASA Experiment Finds

The dark spaces in between the massive but often far-flung galaxies of the universe are not as dark as they seem, and that has scientists redefining what a galaxy actually is.<p>An experiment involving NASA sounding rockets has detected an unexpected amount of infrared light in those dark spaces, …

Ira Glass (from NPR’s This American Life) gives advice to creatives

“Nobody tells this to people who are beginners, I wish someone told me. All of us who do creative work, we get into it because we have good taste. …

Learning to do the creative side of video stories

teddoman <i>Mu-43 Regular</i><p>Mar 22, 2013<p>I find myself getting stumped on video due to lack of experience. With photography, it's a lot easier b/c each photo …

Filmmaking