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New Music: Dipset “Do Something”

With their “Pledge of Allegiance” North American tour on the way, The Diplomats drop their new single. Premiered by Funkmaster Flex, listen as Jim …

Out of this world travel photography taken to extreme new heights

Trey Ratcliff is a blogger, author and photographer from Austin, Texas – now living in New Zealand – who specialises in HDR photography. That's …

Photography

Pray For Clouds – Landscape Photography in Monument Valley

I am writing a series of posts about a recent trip to Monument Valley. A long-time client asked me to go out and do some one-on-one shooting with …

National Parks

Iceland Landscape Photography by Finn Beales

5 days in Iceland, September 2014 – Landscape photography by Finn Beales.<p>Finn Beales is a photographer well known for his images on Instagram. He …

Landscape Photography

Lightroom Presets Designed for Landscape Photography

Among digital photographers, presets are becoming increasingly useful – they take out much of the guesswork that goes into editing, and they’re very …

Tutorials

100 Photos taken with the Fujifilm X100 Series

I have been using a Fujifilm X100 series cameras since 2011 and I thought it might be worth looking back at my journey from the Fujifilm X100 through …

Facebook still suspending Native Americans over 'real name' policy

Changes to Facebook’s “real name” policy have failed to stop users from being suspended from the site, leading activists to renew their push to have the tech giant change its policy.<p>Dana Lone Hill, a Native American, had her account reinstated last week after being asked to provide multiple forms …

Alien Star Missed Us by Less Than a Light-Year, Scientists Say

Astronomers say a red dwarf star and its brown dwarf companion passed within a light-year of our own sun 70,000 years ago, moving through the comets in the outer reaches of the Oort Cloud that surrounds our solar system.<p>The star is known as WISE J072003.20-084651.2, or Scholz's star. Today, it's 20 …

Universe

Silence