Day: June 12, 2017

Turning the Black Sea blue: NASA’s image of the day shows phytoplankton bloom

NASA’s image of the day is a composite, taken by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on its Aqua satellite. It shows phytoplankton swirling in the currents of the Black Sea. Credit: NASA/Jeff Schmaltz, LANCE/EOSDIS Rapid Response The Black Sea is one of the largest bodies of water on earth, measuring 168,500 square miles, and […]

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MacOS Finder Tags and How Photographers Can Utilize Them

It’s not a secret how much I feel the Mac OS is powerful, and most often underused. Apple makes great products, but in my opinion they don’t do a great job informing everyone of the really nice and polished little features, so unless you know, you may think it’s just another basic OS. Today I […]

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Worth a Thousand Words: The Story of a Photograph

Whether an image is spectacular or otherwise, a photograph is a representation of all the words that we choose to say…or not say. Photography is a medium, unique to perhaps all other mediums, which has the potential to convey thoughts and feelings without saying a word. You might say it’s worth a thousand words. In today’s […]

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How to Photograph Children Indoors: 8 Tips

Home is one of the best places to photograph children. They are in their trusted environment and you can capture them immersed in their activities and interactions, with all kinds of natural expressions. Yet photographing children indoors can be challenging and frustrating. The main reason is, of course, that young children move a lot, while […]

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