Sarah Kobos

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One of Our All-Time Favorite Dishes: Ricotta Gnocchi With Peas, Asparagus, and Morels

Watch and learn how to make one of our favorite spring dishes of all time.<p>We’re just starting to see asparagus, peas, and morel mushrooms at the market and digital food editor Dawn Perry could not happier about it. In an effort to use up the season’s best offerings, Perry demonstrates how to make …

Fortune.com

• 1. To license Fortune articles, excerpts, or headlines for republication in various media (including books, eBooks, film, web, newsletters, …

5 Photoshop Layer Mask Tricks - Video Tutorial

Photoshop has many features that can make photo editing both non-destructive and creative. Using Layer masks is one such feature. Masks can also be …

21 remarkable new animal species that will freak you out (pictures)

Arkansas Passes Privacy Bill That Could Kill Street Photography

Prominent photography groups are sounding the alarm about a new bill that was just passed by the Arkansas Senate. SB-79, the “Personal Rights …

Street Photography

Pranksters Put Up Fake ‘Shot on iPhone 6’ Ads Next to Real Apple Billboards

Apple recently launched a global advertising campaign touting the camera quality of the iPhone 6. As part of the campaign, the company put up …

San Francisco

An Automated Slide Film Scanner Built with LEGOs

This is pretty impressive: photographer Pascal Kulcsar needed to digitize some old slide film left behind by his grandfather. Rather than purchase a …

Susan Guice: Beneath the Surface

work seen at PhotoNOLA…<p><b>Susan Guice</b> has a unique photographic perspective. After a successful career in banking, she took flight, quite literally, and …

Gulf Coast

See Everyday Life in New York City’s Projects

Since its initiation in 1935, the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) has built hundreds of apartment blocks for hundreds of thousands of medium …

New York City

The Last Iceberg - Photographs by Camille Seaman | LensCulture

California-based photographer and 2011 TED Fellow, Camille Seaman, has been photographing in both Arctic regions, including in Svalbard, Greenland, Iceland and Antarctica, since 2003.<p>Seaman writes:<p>“Nick Cave once sang, ‘All things move toward their end.’ Icebergs give the impression of doing just …