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Will It Be A Long Term Transition?

Will It Be A Long Term Transition?

12 hours ago   |   The Travel Photographer

Well, it's been a busy couple end of week days...with photo sessions in NYC's Chinatown and in SoHo; neighborhoods I know well, and that have photogenic backgrounds and...
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Unleashed '22 is an All-In-One Photo and Video Remote Camera Module

Unleashed '22 is an All-In-One Photo and Video Remote Camera Module

21 hours ago   |   Peta Pixel   |   2 articles

Unleashed '22 claims to be the Swiss army knife of camera accessories: a small camera module that allows remote triggering of photos and videos, offers control of long...
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Mary Lattimore: Has Harp, Must Travel

1 day ago   |   NY Times

As a child, she learned she could play her instrument almost anywhere. As an adult, her bittersweet music depends on doing exactly that.
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Artist Interview: Rafa Macarron

Artist Interview: Rafa Macarron

1 day ago   |   Street Art News

Spanish artist Rafa Macarron is a young self-taught artist. His work leaves a touch of dreamlike influences and childish reminiscences. Despite the drama and deformity in his...
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A Striking Photo Series Documents the Melting Glaciers Along 4,000 Kilometers of Greenland's Coast

A Striking Photo Series Documents the Melting Glaciers Along 4,000 Kilometers of Greenland's Coast

2 days ago   |   Colossal

All images © Olaf Otto Becker, shared with permission What began in July 2003 as a single visit to the frigid Ilulissat Icefjord in western Greenland morphed into a years-long...
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Photographing and Backpacking Through Gates of the Arctic National Park

Photographing and Backpacking Through Gates of the Arctic National Park

2 days ago   |   Peta Pixel

Seeking a wilderness escape from the global pandemic, three friends embarked on a journey to one of the wildest and most scenic areas on the continent: Gates of the Arctic...
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Saudi Arabia is Converting an Oil Rig into the World's First Offshore Extreme Amusement and Leisure Park

Saudi Arabia is Converting an Oil Rig into the World's First Offshore Extreme Amusement and Leisure Park

3 days ago   |   Arch Daily

Via CNN Travel / Public Investment Fund Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund has announced that it will convert an oil rig into a 150,000 square meter amusement park and...
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Nordic - Office of Architecture Reveals the Interior Design of Jiangbei International Terminal 3B

Nordic - Office of Architecture Reveals the Interior Design of Jiangbei International Terminal 3B

3 days ago   |   Arch Daily

© Tuzen Nordic Office of Architecture won the interior design competition for the new Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport Terminal 3B in China with a concept that...
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Inside the Thai Temple Where Tattoos Come to Life

3 days ago   |   NY Times

Wat Bang Phra, a temple in central Thailand, is renowned as a center for sak yant, a style of tattoo art believed by some to convey protective powers.
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Great Reads in Photography: October 24, 2021

Great Reads in Photography: October 24, 2021

3 days ago   |   Peta Pixel

Every Sunday, we bring together a collection of easy-reading articles from analytical to how-to to photo features in no particular order that did not make our regular daily...
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Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott is one of forty sculptors selected for on form 18, a biennial exhibition of sculpture in stone at Asthall Manor in the Cotswolds. She joins world renowned and... Read more ...

‘The Spine of Night' Review: Cosmic Forces at Work

Ultraviolent world-building and bone-crushing dominate this animated fantasy film. Read more ...

‘My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission' Review: Boy on the Run

The third full-length movie in this franchise offers a formulaic plot and forgettable villain. Read more ...

‘Joy Ride' Review: Still Standing

Bobcat Goldthwait and Dana Gould share the stand-up stage in “Joy Ride,” trading war stories, family nightmares and twisted anecdotes. Read more ...

‘Army of Thieves' Review: A Little Help From Some Old Friends

This “Army of the Dead” prequel leans in, deliberately, to every last heist movie cliché. Read more ...

‘Antlers' Review: Buck Wild

An environmental parable is tucked inside this gloomy film about a creature that terrorizes a small Oregon town. Read more ...

‘Only the Animals' Review: A Missing Woman, a Cruel World

When an outsider disappears from a remote region in France, she leaves a mystery and a lot of messy complications in her wake. Read more ...

‘Attica' Review: Reflections on a Riot

The Showtime documentary, directed by Stanley Nelson, looks back on the 1971 prison uprising with the benefit of 50 years' hindsight. Read more ...

‘Bulletproof' Review: Americans and Their Guns

This documentary shows a nightmarish vision of the consumer industry that has sprung up around school shootings. Read more ...

‘Last Night in Soho' Review: Dream Girls

Two young women from different eras form a psychic bond in Edgar Wright's sumptuous and surprising horror movie. Read more ...

Two Theaters, Different Worlds

Munich is throwing off a provincial reputation to become a global cultural powerhouse. Yet tensions between local and cosmopolitan impulses in the city's playhouses remain. Read more ...