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5 Creative DIY Lighting Ideas You HAVE to Try

Great lighting—whether it’s for portraits, or macro, or even product photography—doesn’t have to cost you an arm, leg, and kidney. Just do a quick …

This 7-Minute Morning Routine Will Change Your (Work) Life

This routine takes seven minutes each morning before you start work. Will you follow it?<p>It only takes seven minutes to change how you approach your day. Using the routine described below when you get to work will make a world of difference in your productivity, your attitude, your success, and your …

Don't panic: 6 tips for being productive without Wi-Fi

We all know that dreaded feeling. Furiously typing away at our phones as we jaunt into the underground and suddenly lose service. That harried …

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Wonderland - Photographs and text by Kirsty Mitchell | LensCulture

“Wonderland” began in the summer of 2009 and has now been running for over 5 years. It is created in memory of my mother, who died in 2008 of cancer.<p>My mother was an English teacher and literature was her passion. Of course, there is too much to write here, but following her death, I suffered …

An Interview With Antoine D’Agata - Photographs by and interviews with Antoine D'Agata | LensCulture

<i>Antoine D’Agata is an itinerant figure: a photographer, a film-maker, a world wanderer, a member of Magnum Photos. As an artist, he is most widely-known for his graphic and intense images (some of which can be seen above). But during a brief sit-down with LensCulture managing editor Alexander</i> …

40 Must-See Photos From The Past

The phrase “a picture is worth a thousand words” was coined by American newspaper editor Arthur Brisbane in 1911. It’s a simple notion that applies …

Learning How To Mourn My Parents After Their Suicides

I was 12 years old when my mom and dad both committed suicide. My dad died first, in March 2003, and my mom in October. Both of my parents suffered from mental illness: My father had deep depression, hypochondria, and anxiety, and my mother also had her fair share of struggles.<p>Before that, though, …

Mental Disorders

Childhood Photos Recreated Decades Later

Irina Werning is a photographer from Buenos Aires, Argentina. She holds three degrees including a BA in Economics, a Masters in History and Masters …

365/52 Project: Why Daily/Weekly Photo Projects are Good for Your Photography

Daily/weekly photography projects are a good idea whether you are just starting out or you have been doing photography for a while. Most of the …

Black World War I Hero Could Finally Get The Medal Of Honor He Deserves

If Hagel — and the president — signs off on the award recommendation for Sgt. Henry Johnson, a soldier who served in the segregated 369th Infantry Regiment "Harlem Hellfighters" in 1918, he would be just the second African-American soldier serving in World War I to receive the nation's highest …

Soldier’s Camera and Photos from Battle of The Bulge Found in Foxhole 70 Years Later

<i>Update: Turns out this story was a hoax. Head on over to our update and apology to catch up on the latest.</i><p>The Battle of the Bulge is known as one of …

4 Life Lessons That Lead to Happiness, Success and Longevity

We see an endless stream of one-off studies in the news.<p><i>This makes you healthy.</i> Wait, no, it doesn’t. <i>Oh hold on, yes, it does.</i> Um, no, no it …

5 Reasons You Should Let Your Mind Wander

When we were kids, we viewed the world as a blank canvas. One day we were teachers, the next day we were chefs, and by the end of the week we were firefighters. Back then, we had a limitless imagination; but as time went by, many of us transformed into adults whose heads are more grounded in …

When Being Selfish Is a Good Thing

The reality is that to be truly happy, you need to put "you" first sometimes. If that means being selfish, do so with a smile on your face. Am I saying to ignore others or how they feel, always choose yourself or become completely inconsiderate 100-percent of the time? Absolutely not -- life is …

Be Happy, Do This: Hand-Written Tips From Malcolm Gladwell, Roman Mars, And More

Design student Graham McMullin is asking one person a day to document what makes him or her happy, then testing those suggestions himself.<p>How do you exercise your inalienable right to pursue happiness? Graham McMullin, a student at School of Visual Arts in New York City, decided to take an …

The New Neutrals

Champagne, dove gray, pale peach, and more of spring's most elegant shades.<p>Champagne, dove gray, pale peach, and more of spring's most elegant shades.

The 7 Common Habits of Remarkably Talented Photographers

One of the best ways to improve yourself is by observing the habits of those you find to be inspirational and talented. In doing so, we hope to learn …

Fossilized Human Poop Reveals The Real Paleo Diet

Scientists said on Wednesday they found five samples of human fecal matter at an archeological site called El Salt, in the floor of a rock shelter where Neanderthals once lived.<p>Analysis of the samples provided a new understanding of the diet of this extinct human species, offering the first …

StreamNation Unveils Shutter, The 'Infinite Camera' With Free And Unlimited Cloud Storage

StreamNation, the startup behind the popular "media center" app of the same name, has just launched a new camera app on iOS. But apparently, this …

APOD: Galaxy Cove Vista Revisited (2014 Jun 29) Image Credit & Copyright: Rogelio Bernal Andreo (Deep Sky Colors) http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap140629.html Explanation: To see a vista like this takes patience, hiking, and a camera. Patience was needed in searching out just the right place and waiting for just the right time. A short hike was needed to reach this rugged perch above a secluded cove in Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park in California, USA. And a camera was needed for the long exposure required to bring out the faint light from stars and nebulae in the background Milky Way galaxy. Moonlight illuminated the hidden beach and inlet behind nearby trees in the above composite image taken last month. Usually obscured McWay Falls is visible just below the image center, while the Pacific Ocean is in view to its right. The above image is a high-resolution sequel to a similar image that appeared last year. http://blog.deepskycolors.com/about.html http://www.deepskycolors.com/ http://www.facebook.com/DeepSkyColors Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=140629 #APOD

'Civilization: Beyond Earth’ Hands On: Building the Society of the Future

<i>Civilization: Beyond Earth</i> is science fiction history. Whereas the long-standing <i>Civilization</i> franchise has mostly allowed players to tell their own …

DIY Wood Scalloped Wall Tutorial

Today’s the day! I have had floods of comments and emails asking for this DIY Wood Scalloped Wall Tutorial and as promised, here it is!!! This wall …

350 Square Feet For $22k: The Tiniest, Most Brilliant Home We've Seen

Inside one couple's dream home, and the space-saving tactics they used to squeeze everything into the tight space<p>Inside one couple's dream home, and the space-saving tactics they used to squeeze everything into the tight space. Plus check out more cool tiny homes.

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