Shaun Thorpe

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5 ‘No Excuses’ Tricks to Stick to Your Workouts

[caption id="attachment_43750" align="alignnone" width="620"] Photo: Pond5[/caption]We’ve all had those days where we forget our sneakers, or just …

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How to Process a Landscape Photo in Lightroom

In this Lightroom workflow tutorial learn how to beautifully develop your landscape photos in less than 10 minutes. Learn to effectively use the tone …

67 Shots and Link That Will Keep Photography Addicts Busy for Hours

Another wonderful week in the world of photography has just passed us by, and we find Toad Hollow Photography looking in all corners of the internet …

Composition tips for photographing forests

<b>Photo Tips & Tutorials</b>"><p>Blending with Light – 50% OFF<p>Create stunning natural looking HDR images in just few minutes!!<p>For Limited Time …

Pigskin Literature: The Best Books Ever Written About Football

The sport has inspired some of our best writers, who’ve tackled everything from fandom to concussions. This reading list should hold you all the way …

Tandem - Photographs by Manon Wertenbroek | LensCulture

<i>Since 2006, the annual Foam Talent Call has identified hundreds of talented photographers, from all corners of the globe, who have gone on to make their mark on the artistic landscape and pass from “newly discovered” to household names.</i><p><i>We’re proud to present a sampling of these talents’ work as</i> …

The Quiet Moment, The Golden Hour: Mobile Street Photography - Interview with Gina Costa | LensCulture

<i>Mobile photography allows me to instinctively and quietly shoot the subject matter I am drawn to most—the streets.</i><p>—Gina Costa, in conversation with LensCulture Contributing Editor, Joanne Carter<p>The street photographer wanders through the city with an inherent “readiness to respond to errant …

How to be a Holistic Photographer

Today, we are going to go a little left-field and talk about taking a holistic approach to photography. Regular readers will know that I often talk …

11 Tips for Creating Stunning Photographs of Cities at Dawn

We’ve all seen hundreds of gorgeous photos of sunrises over beaches and beautiful landscapes. Of course they have the capacity to wow and inspire, …

Palanga: Lithuanian Summers - Photographs by Mindaugas Azusilis | LensCulture

It's winter here in Lithuania. There's no better time to reminisce about last year's vacation at the beach with your close ones or your friends—but if you missed the trip to Palanga, you missed it all anyway. There's only one way to know that you're up for a truly exciting week when you're in a …

Going Urban With Your Landscapes: 7 Tips for Photographing Urban Landscapes

Let’s be honest, if someone mentions landscape photography to you, most people immediately think of beautiful sweeping vistas, majestic coastlines …

Underworld: 21 Captivating Images of Life on the Subway

Photo by Maria Savenko<p>Photo by Alan Barr<p>Photo by David Nitzsche<p>Photo by Steven Pisano<p>Photo by Alex<p>Photo by Matteo Merzi<p>Photo by enki22<p>Photo by Pedro …

Fantastical Photo Series Illustrates Dancers Gracefully Moving Through Clouds Of Powder

When one thinks of coffee creamer, the first thing that comes to mind probably isn’t amazing photography. Until now. When Jeffrey Vanhoutte and his …

Lost Territories: In the Shadow of the USSR - Photographs by the members of Sputnik Photos | LensCulture

25 years after the fall of the USSR, the former empire’s influence continues to be felt around the world. During its existence, it kept a firm grip on a large part of Europe and Asia. Today, the Empire is gone, but what has it left behind? A relief? Freedom? A longing for imperial power, for …

8 Awesome YouTube Tutorials Every Photographer Should See

<i>Jimmy Mcintyre is a travel photographer, educator, and 500px ISO contributor. His photos have been published in local and national magazines,</i> …

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Photos of Retired Subway Cars Being Dumped Into the Atlantic Ocean

Ever wonder what happens to subway cars after they’re decommissioned? For cars owned by the Metropolitan Transit Authority, they’re dropped into the …

Embed in Egypt

Project info<p>Embed in Egypt – A story without a beginning (2011-2013)<br>I can’t remember which came first. Was I obsessed with history first, and found photography later in order to live in history? Or did my love affair with photography lead me to dive into history?<br>I remember the early days of 2011, …

Plug and Play, Literally

A stationary radio? A mobile Bluetooth speaker? A speakerphone? A phone charger? Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. It’s called the Plug Radio, and that’s exactly …

Bronx Boys - Photographs by Stephen Shames | LensCulture

<i>My images reflect the feral vitality and hope of these young men. The interplay between good and evil, violence and love, chaos and family, is the theme, but this is not documentation. There is no story line. There is only a feeling.</i><p>—Stephen Shames<p>For over two decades, Stephen Shames injected …

Lenny Kravitz Publishing a Photo Book and May Have a Special Edition Leica Named After Him

It looks like musician Lenny Kravitz is going to have a busy 2015 in the world of photography. The Leica shooter has announced a new photo book …

Ex-Soviet countries on front line of Russia's media war with the west

The Kremlin’s plans for the global expansion of state media have been greeted with suspicion, especially in the countries of the former USSR<p>When Dmitry Kiselyov, the Russian state television presenter known for his scandalising monologues, announced the opening of the Kremlin’s new website and …

Writers: Literary Lives in Focus - Photobook published by Contrasto Books | LensCulture

<i>I have always noticed that in portraits of really great writers the mouth is always firmly closed.</i><p>—Gertrude Stein<p>Think of some of your favorite authors. The ones whose words, whose voices have filled your head with inspirations, with visions, with life-affirming descriptions of the world. Now, …

Comment: Arms sales trump human rights as UK enters Bahrain

<b>By Andrew Smith</b><p>The decision to open the first British base "east of the Suez" since 1971 follows a 'landmark' military agreement which the foreign …

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Allardyce suggests foul play over Reid future

The New Zealand international is set to leave West Ham, having failed to agree a new contract, and the Hammers boss remains cynical over his decision to depart<p>West Ham manager Sam Allardyce believes transfer rules may have been broken as Winston Reid nears an exit from the club.<p>Allardyce revealed …

You’d think these important party elections were a secret or something

Chances are you don’t know this unless you’ve been unusually geeky about the party website over the Christmas period, but some very important …

Turkey: Dutch journalist Frederike Geerdink detained on 'terrorism propaganda' charges

A Dutch journalist based in Turkey has tweeted that she has been detained on charges of 'terrorism propaganda'.<p>Frederike Geerdink, who moved to …

‘Where to Start Chart’ is an Interactive Photography Skill Tree for Beginners

‘Where to Start Chart’ is an infographic designed to help beginner photographers work their way through the settings on their camera. Produced by …

Dame Peggy Fenner obituary

Dame Peggy Fenner, who has died aged 91, served for 22 years as a Conservative MP, first for Rochester and Chatham, and then, when the seat was abolished, for Medway. Her image was that of the typical Tory "suburban housewife": pleasant and no-nonsense, with gut rightwing ideas. She was against …