Brittany Munoz

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New Year’s Eve Photography Tips

1<p>Take Outside Shots<p>Depending on where you live, taking New Year’s Eve photos outside will give you an extra variable on what to shoot and when. Many …

BIG SKY HUNTING

Project info<p>Big Sky Hunting is a photographic project which starting from the astronomical depiction investigates the potentialities and the limits of the photographic medium and of the representation.<br>The expression "Big Sky Hunting" refers to a search without an end and It contains the word …

The Stories We Tell

I've had a camera around my neck for as long as I can remember. I've lived behind my lens in everything – documenting both the everyday and life's …

Pictures of the Week 1.1.15

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Photographer Beth Moon Spent 14 Years Hunting for the World’s Most Ancient Trees

“Portraits of Time” is a series of photographs showing the oldest and most majestic trees on the face of the Earth. Photographer Beth Moon traveled …

Projector Brought Into the Forest Turns Nature Into a Glowing Wonderland

3D projections are often used nowadays to create eye-popping visuals on flat surfaces such as the sides of buildings or on basketball courts, but …

Guy Records One Word Per Day Over the Course of a Year for a 365-Day Speech

One second per day videos have gotten quite popular in recent years, and now there are even apps that can help you do the project. Ben Schmidt of …

Sister Pranks Her Brother with Video Selfies Over the Course of a Year

Here’s a lighthearted video that’s going viral on the Internet: over the course of 2014, Jillian Haker repeatedly pranked her brother by getting him …

New Year's Resolutions: 15 Ideas for Photographers

Happy 2015 Light Stalking readers! As we've said goodbye to the good, the best and the not so good of 2014, it's once again that time to <i>resolve to do</i> …

The 52 Week Photography and Business Challenge

Remember when I wrote “Dear New Photographer…” a few months ago? One of the big points I emphasized was valuing your photography <i>and business</i> …

22 Tips for Creating Better Photographs When You Don’t Have a Clue

We've all been through this situation. You are in a place with so much going on, with a lot of people and activity. Your camera is in your hand, and …

Ken Griffey Jr. and Randy Johnson: Two Baseball Stars Turned Pro Photographers

Famous professional athletes have all kinds of post-playing careers. Some stay involved as coaches, others become TV analysts for the sports they …

Photographer Shoots Fantasy Portraits of Stray Dogs in Cyprus to Help Get Them Adopted

When photographer Stuart Holroyd moved to Cyprus in March 2014, he heard about a woman named Kayte Wilson-Smith who runs a small rescue center for …

Getting Started With Low Key Portraiture

Most people take low key for granted, and think that one just needs to underexpose and all is set. The reality, however, is quite different. First of …

What NOT to Say to a Photographer

Graphic designer Luca Masini of Zerouno Design created a series of graphics that feature questions or phrases that commonly annoy photographers.<p>“We …

Inflatable incubator aims to help save premature babies

He is only in his early 20s, a recent graduate from Loughborough University, but James Roberts has been named the international winner of this year’s James Dyson award. He receives £30,000 in prize money to help develop a low-cost inflatable incubator for prematurely born babies.<p>Roberts, 23, hopes …

Unexpected Life Found In The Ocean's Deepest Trench

The Mariana Trench cuts a 1,500-mile incision in the bottom of the Pacific Ocean near the island of Guam. That's where an international team of scientists has just spent over a month sending probes down to the deepest place on Earth.<p>The scientists were stunned by the amount of life they found …

Two women referred to ‘terror’ court for driving in Saudi Arabia

Two Saudi women detained for nearly a month for defying a ban on females driving were referred to a court established to try terrorism cases on Thursday, according to friends of the defendants.<p>Activists said it was the first time female drivers have been referred to the specialised criminal court …

Firebomb Attack Wounds Israeli Father and Daughter in West Bank

JERUSALEM — A firebomb attack on a car in the occupied West Bank left an 11-year-old Israeli girl severely burned and her father injured on Thursday, the Israeli military said.<p>The Israeli military said the suspected Palestinian attack was near the Ma'ale Shomron Jewish settlement, north of the West …

Police and fire officials save California family's Christmas

COVINA, Calif. (AP) — Josh Roffeis was about to leave for work Wednesday morning when he discovered his green Honda filled with most of the family's …

Record numbers evacuated in Malaysia's worst floods in decades

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - More than 100,000 people have been evacuated from their homes by authorities in five northern states of Malaysia hit by the Southeast Asian’ nation’s worst monsoon floods in decades.<p>Extremely high levels of floodwater and bad weather have made relocating victims and the …

Wisconsin Man has Same 'Supernatural' Christmas Tree for 40 Years

A Wisconsin man has had the same Christmas tree for four decades.<p>Neil Olson put up a Christmas tree for the last time in 1974, when his six sons went …

7 Arrested in New York Charged with Threatening Police

John Minchillo—AP<p>Carlo Allegri—Reuters<p>John Taggart—EPA<p>Carlo Allegri—Reuters<p>Paul Martinka—Polaris<p>Seth Wenig—AP<p>Mark Lennihan—AP<p>Carlo …

Al-Qaeda warns of more lone wolves

Jihadist magazine hails recent atrocities, predicts more lone wolves and gives new bomb-making recipe<p>The West should brace itself for more lone wolf terrorist attacks, an al-Qaeda official has warned in a magazine interview.<p>Gloating over a wave of recent atrocities, Sheikh Nasr Al Ansi said more …

Thailand tourist murders: Judge postpones witness hearings

<b>The judge in the trial of two Burmese men charged with the murder of two British tourists in Thailand has postponed witness testimony until July.</b><p>Zaw Lin and Win Zaw Htun, both 21, are accused of killing Hannah Witheridge, 23, from Norfolk, and David Miller, 24, from Jersey, on the island of Koh Tao.<p>…

Chicago police stop black motorists more, ACLU finds

The Rev. Ira Acree says he was stopped at a red light on the West Side on a warm night this past summer when a Chicago police officer in a squad car suddenly cursed and shouted at him to pull over.<p>The officer accused him of texting on his cell phone while driving, Acree said, but Acree said he was …

Passenger tossed after flipping out over staff’s 'Merry Christmas'

A passenger was tossed off a plane at La Guardia Airport on Tuesday after flipping out — because airline workers wished him a merry Christmas.<p>The man was waiting to board American Airlines Flight 1140 to Dallas when a cheerful gate agent began welcoming everyone with the Yuletide greeting while …

Pakistan kills school massacre 'facilitator'

Pakistani security forces have killed a Taliban commander who allegedly facilitated the Peshawar school massacre, which left 150 people dead in the country's worst ever attack.<p>Officials on Friday said the fighter, named only as Saddam, was killed on Thursday night in a gunfight with security forces …