Vincent A. Villanueva

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3 Common Mistakes Beginner Photographers Need to Put Right

3 Common Mistakes Beginner Photographers Make Goes Like this<p>A short one for you today folks, but no less important. Let's go….<p>Starting out in …

How to Tutorial: Shooting in Low Light Without a Tripod - 3 Solutions

Shooting in Low Light Without a Tripod – Simple Solutions to a Common Problem<p>The golden hour and the blue hour are amongst the very best times for …

Life Lessons Street Photography Has Taught Me

Dear friend,Street photography has taught me so much about living and how to become a better person.I wanted to use this opportunity to share some …

Street Photography

5 Myths About Professional Landscape Photographers

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Landscape Photography

20 Photography Magazines You Should Definitely Follow on Instagram

It’s 2017, and Instagram is now 600 million users strong; that’s a lot of new images/videos and stories each day. An effervescent but non curated …

10 Quick Photography Tips for Shooting Birthday Parties

Photographing a Birthday Party? Take Away Some of These Tips<p>Birthday parties are great fun. Whoever attended a serious one? You'll want to capture …

10 Tips To Perfect Your Architectural Photography

Our modern day, image-obsessed culture has got us consuming a large quantity of architecture through photographs, as opposed to physical, spatial …

Landscape Photography

The 6 Unexpected Items You'll Want at Your Super Bowl Party

Whether you’re hosting a group of your rowdy friends at your place, or heading out to watch the game on someone else’s TV, you’ll need to be prepared …

The Best Digital Cameras of 2018

Want better photos than your phone can provide? We test and rate hundreds of cameras and lenses each year. Here's everything you need to know to pick …

Cameras

Mom's harness invention gives kids a chance to walk - TODAY.com

William Cherry / Today<p>The standing harness allows wheelchair-bound kids to walk or even dance. Seen here, from left, are Claire Smyth and her son Daniel, 5; Louise Watson and her daughter Bethany, 3; and Cameron Taylor and his daughter Charlotte, 3.<p>When Rotem Elnatan was 2 years old, his physical …

School rallies around 510-pound teen to help him get healthy - TODAY.com

Matt Kryger / Today<p>Eric Ekis started high school weighing in at over 500 pounds. Thanks to the help of teacher Don Wettrick he has started to exercise more and has started better eating habits. Here, Eric and others learn how to read the nutrition labels on packaged food.<p>It was hard not to notice …

How Google Maps and Gmail Will Distort Human History

Author Simon Garfield doesn't consider himself nostalgic. But his two new books, On the Map and To the Letter, chronicle just how much history we have lost due to the prevalence of digital maps and correspondence.<p>How has the Internet changed maps?<p>Beyond anyone's imagination, really. The effects …

Wait, There's Nanotechnology in My Food?

Think about your last meal. Whether it was a big, juicy burger or a kale and spinach salad, there's a good chance that something in that meal was grown or preserved with nanotechnology.<p><b>For a little more than a decade, the food</b> industry has been using nanotechnology to change the way we grow and …

Nanotech

Synthetic Muscle Made of Fishing Line is 100 Times Stronger Than the Real Thing

Or, how synthetic muscle can be like a Chinese finger-trap.<p><b>The newest material used to make artificial</b> muscle can lift more than 100 times more than the meaty stuff you have stuck to your skeleton. It forms a sinewy band that's flexible, dynamic, and can be reused millions of times. No, we're not …

A Child's Message to the President: Please Stop the Killing of Whales

Within a folder on my desk sit nineteen hand-written letters to Obama from my daughter’s first grade class. Through scrawling penmanship and …

World Wildlife Fund

The 10 best Vikings

As a new British Museum exhibition opens, here's our pick of the horned-helmet brigade – both real and fictional<p>Is there a Viking that you think should have made the list? Leave your comment below and you could feature in next week's alternative list

Docs to Go gets a massive redesign, adds free editing and more

An updated version of Docs to Go has now landed in the Play Store, bringing a completely redesigned look and several new features to the table. Docs to Go 4.0 is also making the free version of the app significantly more useful than in past versions.<p>Previously, the free app only allowed you to view …

Apps

K-Glass mimics the human brain to compete with Google Glass

Researchers at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) have developed a new chip to power wearable devices that mimics the human brain and could give us more intelligent augmented reality for longer.<p>The new AR processor powers what KAIST calls K-Glass, a rather rough-looking …

Google Glass

Microsoft OneDrive Android app now automatically backs up your photos

SkyDrive users may have noticed that Microsoft has recently changed the name of its cross platform online storage service. The new title – OneDrive.<p>This name change has also come with a few tweaks to OneDrive’s Android app, including a handy new feature which automatically syncs your pictures and …

Software

The Dawn of the Age of Artificial Intelligence

Reasons to cheer the rise of the machines<p>The advances we’ve seen in the past few years—cars that drive themselves, useful humanoid robots, speech recognition and synthesis systems, 3D printers, <i>Jeopardy!</i>-champion computers—are not the crowning achievements of the computer era. They’re the warm-up …

Google Wants to Make Your Internet Connection 1,000 Times Faster

Google is working on data transfer speeds that would make its Google Fiber service seem like dial-up in comparison.<p>The company’s chief financial officer, Patrick Pichette, announced that Google was working on speeds of up to 10 gigabits per second — far faster than the 1 gigabit per second offered …

Telecoms

Philippines' first ever Olympic figure skater: 'I feel like I'm already a champion' - video

Michael Christian Martinez, the first ever Olympic figure skater from the Philippines, says he has learnt a lot at Sochi despite finishing 19th overall. The 17-year-old says it was amazing to compete with the world's best skaters and he is aiming for the next Winter Olympics.

Microsoft's purchase of Nokia is still set to close by the end of March

It's been almost six months since Microsoft announced its intention to purchase Nokia for $7.2 billion, and today the phone manufacturer reiterated its intention to have the sale complete before this quarter ends. In a press release today, Nokia stressed that an ongoing tax dispute in India over …

Office for iPad may yet arrive before a Windows touch version

Advertisement<p>4 Comments<p>Microsoft’s(s msft) marketing chief Tami Reller gave the impression to some at Goldman Sachs’ technology conference Thursday …

10 Secrets to Influencing Absolutely Anyone

<i>This post is in partnership with Inc., which offers useful advice, resources, and insights to entrepreneurs and business owners. The article below</i> …

Why Traffic To These Google Alternatives Is Soaring

What you look for on the Internet reveals a lot about you, which is why a growing number of people are turning to services that do not track their searches and offer greater privacy protections than Google.<p>“The consciousness is only slowly building on the dangers,” says Robert Beens, CEO of Dutch …

Historical Photos Colorized And Brought Back To Life

In a world of continual status updates, countless photos, millions of videos and internet speeds that continue to bring us information faster than …

Google brings Windows apps to Chrome OS in latest Microsoft attack

Google’s intentions with its Chromebooks have always been clear: disrupt Microsoft’s Windows monopoly. The approach of low-cost devices and a modern cloud-powered OS has left Microsoft a little nervous, but Google is now launching the next stage of its continued attack: the enterprise. In a deal …

Animated pixel art anyone? Let the running waters soothe your soul

Dropbox takes on Google veteran Woodside as operations chief

Advertisement<p>2 Comments<p>Dropbox just scored a world-class operations veteran for its executive team: Dennis Woodside, who was until last month the CEO …