Shelley Price

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Creative Applications of Color Theory in Landscape Photography

Discussions of many photography topics have the potential to veer deep into complex technical territory that may appeal more to scientists than to …

Tutorials

The Perils of Empathy

In politics and policy, trying to feel the pain of others is a bad idea. Empathy distorts our reasoning and makes us biased, tribal and often cruel<p>Everywhere you turn in American politics, leaders talk about the need for empathy. The best-known instance, of course, comes from Bill Clinton, who told …

Empathy

Tiny homes: A revolutionary design craze

With space at a premium and affordable housing scarce, some architects are thinking small when designing domestic space. Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore sizes them up.<p>Imagine a house in which – at the flick of a button – your bed descends from the ceiling, your dining table pops out from the floor …

Cleaning up the image

Posted By Pete Collins on Wednesday, June 3, 2015 in Develop, Lightroom Tips | 4 comments<p>A lot of times when you take an image, there are little …

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The only technique to learn something new

The other day I threw everything out. Everything. I threw out all my books (donated). I threw out all my clothes.<p>I threw out old computers. I threw …

How friendship became a tool of the powerful

Imagine walking into a coffee shop, ordering a cappuccino, and then, to your surprise, being informed that it has already been paid for. Where did this unexpected gift come from? It transpires that it was left by the previous customer. The only snag, if indeed it is a snag, is that you now have to …

Psychology

Is Social Rejection the Key to Creativity?

Sharon H. Kim is an assistant professor at Johns Hopkins University who focuses on individual and group creativity. She did her undergraduate work at …

Creativity

Celebrating Singlehood and Reclaiming the Word ‘Spinster’

<i>Jessica Gross | Longreads | April 2015 | 19 minutes (4,797 words)</i><p><i>In 2011, Kate Bolick charted the sea change in our cultural attitudes toward</i> …

Relationships

Powerfully Minimalist Portraits of Wild Animals by Troy Moth

Photographer Troy Moth spent the first few years of his life living in a tent in a remote tree-planting camp in Western Canada, instilling in him a deep love of nature. His upbringing surrounded by untamed flora and fauna is reflected in <i>Animal Works</i>, a series of striking photos depicting animals …

WB Yeats: How to read a poem

The Nobel Prize laureate WB Yeats was born 150 years ago this June. Poet Nick Laird analyses his unique reading style and describes the challenges of performing verse.<p>I once read in Dublin with a poet who turned up with what looked like a small wooden suitcase. It turned out to be a sort of …