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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> …

9 Tips for Composing the Perfect Picture

From the Rule of Thirds to symmetry, Steve McCurry's photos show you how you step up your photography game.<p>Photojournalist Steve McCurry, who is most famous for his piercing portrait of the Afghan Girl, featured on the cover of the June 1985 issue of National Geographic Magazine, is a master at …

Photography

Auckland research reveals for first time how Parkinson's develops

The breakthrough in the understanding of how Parkinson's spreads through the brain will lead to better treatment options for sufferers of the disease.<p>…

Medical Research

Fujifilm X-Thusiast: Bringing Photographers Together

The Fujifilm X-Thusiast program is entering its second year and is brimming with beautiful works of art. In the last year, our X-Thusiasts took us on …

Photography

The Young Rider

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Brave Elephant

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A Deer in Autumn Aspens by David C. Schultz

A Beginner's Guide to Dynamic Range (Plus Useful HDR Photography Tips)

If you have created even one photo with a digital camera you are already aware that what you see is almost never what you get. This is due to several …

Cinematography

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Behind the Scenes<p>If ever there was a metropolis that played to the camera, it is surely Bombay, a place of extremes. Now known as Mumbai, it is the …

Steve McCurry Retrospective Presents 150 Striking Portraits of People and Cultures Around the World

In his new exhibition <i>Oltre lo Sguardo</i>, acclaimed American photographer Steve McCurry displays 150 of his photos from a career that has spanned over 30 years and countless treks across the globe. McCurry, who is perhaps best known for his iconic <i>Afghan Girl</i> photo, is celebrated for his rich, …

Photographers

MONK: Photo

Meditate and Change Your Life

We live in a time when we tend to look so far ahead into the future that we may lose sight of what's going on in our lives at the moment. I know I used to find myself running so far and so fast that I missed an entire year here and there.<p>All that changed when I began meditating.<p>Meditation stills …

Meditation

Grand Finale: Summer into Autumn Splendor by Photographer Jacky Parker

by Posted on September 27, 2012<p>Posted in Artwork, Collections, Photography | tagged acorns, animals, autumn, berries, birds, butterflies, color, …

High in the Alps with Katarina Stefanovic

by Posted on July 25, 2013<p>Posted in Collections, Photography | tagged adventure, Aiguille du Midi, Alpes, Alps, Cervin, Cervino, France, Italy, …

Where Do We Go When We Go to Sleep? Bringing More Mindfulness to Bed

"What's the best thing in the world?" asked my mother. When I was a little boy, she played this curious game with me. It didn't matter that we had done it countless times before, that I already knew the right answer, and that I would once again tease her with childish responses I knew she would …

U.S. FDA approves Merck insomnia drug | Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Wednesday it has approved a new insomnia drug made by Merck & Co.<p>The drug, to be called Belsomra, is the first in a new class of sedatives that block chemicals in the brain called orexins that help keep people awake.<p>Belsomra, …

The Very Real Dangers of Taking Sleeping Pills

So what's so dangerous about sleeping pills, exactly? Aren't they just designed to help you sleep, which is a good thing? "People think they're pretty much benign, but there are definitely problems there," explains Carl Bazil, M.D., director of sleep and epilepsy at Columbia University, who points …

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Autumn Fairy Tale

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Sahara's Edge

Lady in Red