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New Guide: The Photographer’s Guide to Twitter – Sarah Jacobs: “We’ve partnered up with the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP) to help you use Twitter to get your name out there, engage with potential customers, and advance your photo career. http://blog.photoshelter.com/2014/04/new-guide-photographers-guide-twitter/

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LOSE IT!

 

LOSE IT! – Media Update: “LOSE IT!, a new magazine launched in April, is at the vanguard of that revolution. Headed up by experienced editor Suzy Brokensha, the bang-on-trend quarterly is produced by media giant Media24. “There’s no doubt that there’s a complete shift underway in the way we eat,” says Brokensha. SOURCE: http://www.mediaupdate.co.za/?IDStory=64537

 

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FOOD AND FARM

 

FOOD AND FARM — Arkansas Times announces new Magazine – “Michael Roberts I’ve been working on a new magazine to be published by the Arkansas Times in May called Farm and Food. This is a wonderful project that pulls together a lot of the things that have been on my wish-list for some time — a comprehensive directory of specialty product growers, producers, artisans, chefs, CSAs, and farmers markets from all over our great state.” SOURCE: http://www.arktimes.com/EatArkansas/archives/2014/04/07/arkansas-times-announces-new-food-and-farm-magazine

 

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HEALTH MYTHS

 

HEALTH MYTHS — Max Pemberton: “Spectator Health is a lively, myth-busting quarterly publication that cuts through the claims and counter-claims you read in everyday health journalism to provide clear, concise and expert advice and information. SOURCE: http://blogs.spectator.co.uk/maxpemberton/2014/04/introducing-spectator-health/

 

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FOR KIDS AND TEENS WITH HEARING LOSS

 

 

FOR KIDS AND TEENS WITH HEARING LOSS — Entrepreneur starts magazine– EllenFutterman: “Already an award-winning children’s author, Melanie Paticoff, 24, of St. Louis, recently launched what she describes as the first magazine designed for young people, ages 5 to 18, with hearing loss. Hearing Our Way, which will be available in print in June, features stories from teens with hearing loss as well as advice, tips and lessons in self-advocacy. http://www.stljewishlight.com/news/news_schmooze/article_cee66f74-bffd-11e3-bddc-0019bb2963f4.html

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People.com goes Country in new website section

 

People.com goes Country in new website section – Meg Weaver: “People magazine’s website, people.com, has a new vertical that is a “one-stop-shopping for [Country music’s] super fans.” The section’s editors claim that Country music is no longer just a genre but a lifestyle and part of our larger pop culture universe. SOURCE: http://woodenhorsepub.wordpress.com/2014/04/03/people-com-goes-country-in-new-website-section/

 

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US Supreme Court Declines

 

US Supreme Court Declines New Mexico Wedding Photog’s Discrimination Case – David Walker: “A New Mexico photographer who has been held liable for violating state anti-discrimination laws by refusing to photograph a same-sex wedding has been turned away by the US Supreme Court, where she had sought a review of her case. http://pdnpulse.pdnonline.com/2014/04/us-supreme-court-declines-new-mexico-wedding-photogs-discrimination-case.html Via Joe Stanski

 

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Create the Perfect Gradient Reflection for Product Photography

 

Create the Perfect Gradient Reflection for Product Photography – Gannon Burgett: “When it comes to taking product shots of glossy items, one of the most difficult aspects is getting the correct amount of diffusion when using softboxes. When the incorrect amount of diffusion is applied (or the right amount is applied incorrectly) this can lead to harsh reflections and minimal gradients, which isn’t usually the look you’re trying to achieve.” SOURCE: http://petapixel.com/2014/04/02/tutorial-create-perfect-gradient-reflection-product-photography/

 

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CAPTURE, HANDLE, SHARE AND DISPLAY

 

CAPTURE, HANDLE, SHARE AND DISPLAY Images in Android photography apps Softtalkblog: “Have you noticed how wording seems to be getting more and more compressed? First we willingly embraced 140 character limits; now we read truncated listicles instead of full feature articles. This trend affects app development too. As the use of the written word declines, the value of imagery has been rising; so it’s vital to know how to deal with images in your app. SOURCE: http://www.develop-online.net/news/images-in-android-photography-apps-how-to-capture-handle-share-and-display-them/0191253

 

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FLIP A PICTURE ON THE IPHONE

 

FLIP A PICTURE ON THE IPHONE – Frank Macey: “Flipping an image horizontally or vertically with the stock iOS 7 Photos app is not possible. Pictures can be rotated with the Edit function, however getting a mirror image of the photo requires third party software. Fortunately, there are many free options on the App Store. One versatile example is Adobe Photoshop Express. SOURCE: http://www.iphonefaq.org/archives/973414

 

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TO CATCH A THIEF

 

TO CATCH A THIEF: Claims 85% of Images on the Web are Stolen, Wants to Fix It – Tim Barribeau: ‘It should hardly came as a surprise, but the overwhelming majority of images that are used online are being used illegally. Between Tumblr, blog posts, Twitter, imgur, and a host of unsavory corners of the web, most of the photos that get uploaded are taken from somewhere without permission. Now, licensing and embedding tool IMGembed has just released a white paper saying that the number is 85%, and offering its own services as a way to help limit it. SOURCE: http://www.popphoto.com/news/2014/04/imgembed-claims-85-images-web-are-stolen-wants-to-fix-it

 

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The Importance of Balance

The Importance of Balance – Chris Winton-Stahle: “As photographers and artists, we LOVE our work. Because our passion drives us, it is common to have areas of life that become unbalanced. Though you might feel overwhelmed, there are things you can do. Here are my best tips for maintaining balance. Keep in mind that it’s always a work in progress! Compartmentalize your time: http://tinyurl.com/mtmdsfr

 

 

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TEST

 

TEST Is yourphotography good enough for National Geographic? – Catie Leary: The 26th annual National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest is officially underway! Prizes include an eight-day Alaskan expedition for two, photography workshops, B&H gift certificates and, of course, a chance to be featured in National Geographic’s Traveler magazine. SOURCE: http://www.mnn.com/lifestyle/arts-culture/blogs/is-your-photography-good-enough-for-national-geographic

 

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GHOSTLY PHOTOS:

 

 

GHOSTLY PHOTOS: At auction: These 1920’s photographs are credited to Craig and George Falconer, who conducted séances in which spectators were not only invited to watch a medium at work, but also the photographic process (loading film, shooting pictures, processing prints) and recording the visitation of a spirit. The brothers were arrested and convicted, in 1931, when two plainclothes policemen, who were posing as sitters, charged that “extras” (spirits) were actually photomechanical images and the cloudy ectoplasm was manipulated. SOURCE: http://catalogue.swanngalleries.com/asp/fullCatalogue.asp?salelot=2345++++++33+&refno=++688167&saletype=

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SEEING EYE DRONE

SEEING EYE DRONE — The huge installation that looks drone operators in the eye – Thomas Gorton: “Drone operators are trained killers. But they’re not on the field, nor in combat, they’re in a control room thousands of miles away, looking at a screen and pressing buttons that facilitate strikes on targets. Using the technology that powers French artist JR’s Inside Out project, the group have worked with local villagers to place a huge poster of a child orphan in the Pakistani region of Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa, an area that has been heavily bombed in the past by drone strikes. SOURCE: http://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandculture/article/19483/1/huge-pakistan-art-installation-notabugsplat-looks-drone-operators-in-eye?utm_source=Link&utm_medium=Link&utm_campaign=RSSFeed&utm_term=this-huge-art-installation-looks-drone-operators-in-the-eye&utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

 

 

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DRONES MAKE ART

 

DRONES MAKE ART — Emily Thomas: “Inspired by the 1977 film “Close Encounters of the Third Kind,” production studio Fiction has created massive light paintings that look like an alien went wild with sparklers in the sky. To capture the whirly neon light patterns (pictured below), Fiction took long-exposure photos of LED lights strapped to a DJI Phantom, a drone with aerial filming capabilities. The kaleidoscopic images were manipulated in photoshop to create mirror images of the patterns formed by the drone, adding an even more ethereal quality. SOURCE: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/03/11/drone-led-art-close-encounters-third-kind_n_4941249.html?utm_hp_ref=arts&ir=Arts

 

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CLOSE ENCOUNTER

 

CLOSE ENCOUNTER — Stunning image illustrates urban shark phenomenon at Recife, Brazil – Pete Thomas: “Daniel Botelho meets epic challenge, showing proximity of large sharks to Recife. It’s also one of the world’s most notorious shark haunts. For the past several months, he has attempted to illustrate the urban shark phenomenon at Recife with a single image, while on a long-term assignment for National Geographic. http://www.grindtv.com/outdoor/nature/post/stunning-image-illustrates-urban-shark-phenomenon-at-recife-brazil/ PHOTO: Daniel Botelho

 

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WE DON’T HAVE A BUDGET

 

WE DON’T HAVE A BUDGET — How to Sell a Stock Photo – Charlie Borland: “If you are active online and on photo sharing social media sites, it is quite possible you will be contacted by someone interested in using your photograph. That requested usage could be for a variety of things from buying a print to licensing the image in a magazine or brochure or a website. The first good sign is that someone is asking to use your nature or landscape pictures, but that could easily be followed by “we don’t have a budget.” Here are the steps to determining the value of an image usage: http://pronaturephotographer.com/2014/03/how-to-sell-a-stock-photo/

 

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NEW FOR MARCH

 

NEW FOR MARCH – Samir Husni: “From the return of Newsweek and Jacques to Wolf, Winq., to Branché and Sophia the First, including Everyday Home and Digital Inspiration, no subject was left unturned or uncovered. SOURCE: http://launchmonitor.wordpress.com/2014/04/01/75-new-magazines-for-march-30-titles-blooming-with-frequency-and-45-special-additions-to-the-garden/

 

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MONTHLY FAIRY TAIL

 

MONTHLY FAIRY TAIL — to Launch With Fairy Tail Zero Manga – Anime News Network: “Fairy Tail manga creator Hiro Mashima announced that a new magazine called Monthly Fairy Tail will launch. Every 2,980-yen (about US$30) issue will include a DVD with four television anime episodes. SOURCE: http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2014-03-30/monthly-fairy-tail-magazine-to-launch-with-fairy-tail-zero-manga

 

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