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Young people are obsessed with colours, food is colourful, which means it creates great still shots. Millennials aren't obsessed with food as much as they are taking pictures of it for social engagement. Since smartphone owners and purchasers of photo editing apps and filters are still dominated by youngins, it's almost impossible for this generation to not be able to take salivating photos, upload them to social media and connect with the rest of the world. Social media is changing the way they eat, maybe even the way we non-millennials eat.
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Already struggling to keep up with your phone storage this year? It's said that the average smartphone user will snap around 3,600 photos in one year, taking up space and overloading storage. Though it's become second nature to document our lives with photos, but not every photo needs to be kept.
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Mont-Saint-Michel is one of those places. A revered attraction whose allure has been built for centuries and made all the more legendary because it requires some commitment to reach. It took me three trains and more than four hours to make it to this spot that had been lingering on my bucket list like an itch.
Hurricane Matthew has put the lives of millions of children in Cuba, Haiti, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic in danger. In Haiti, it is estimated that half a million children live in the most affected areas, particularly in Grand-Anse and the South. But words alone cannot demonstrate the destruction.
You're going to want to pull out your camera for this.
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Traditionally known for paper printing, TPH introduced their 3D printing studio last November; intent on embracing modern change and 3D printing accessibility for clients. Taking on the service direction of both B2B and B2C requires the ability to be adaptable as heck, as well as hold an array of the right equipment and design knowledge.
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I love travel and I love taking photos and shooting videos. But how to create photos and videos that people will really enjoy? Consider "people, places, things." This is a useful tip for fantastic vacation photos: the greatest travel photos will often include all three of these
Babies Ali, Penelope, Tiffany, Beatrix and Keith were born in January.
So THAT'S what a post-apocalyptic (yet jolly) city might look like.
If you want to know where to find millennials on social media, it is without doubt on Instagram. As a generation, millennials have a longing to share their experiences whether big or trivial. Instagram allows them with a platform to do so by posting and sharing photos. It's quick, it's easy, and for many it seems to have become a hobby.
A photo might be worth a thousand words, but it's never worth your life.
Change your relationship status without everyone knowing. Going from In a relationship to single? Prevent ringing the alarms by going to the about tab > family and relationships > changing your privacy settings to only me. Switch your status to single and changes will not appear in the news feed.
If one of your goals when you get outside to enjoy Canada's vast natural spaces this summer is to bring home some awe-inspiring photographs, you may be wondering where to start. We spoke with Bruce Kirkby, an award-winning wilderness writer and adventure photographer to get his take on what makes a great nature photo.
On July 1, people across the nation will be celebrating Canada's birthday with fireworks, BBQs and Canada Day parades, while others may be taking in all the sites and natural wonders this great countr...
Most people have their photography in either one of two formats; the paper kind randomly stored in shoe boxes and plastic bins and/or the digital ones that we take with reckless abandon. As a result, too many photos are scattered across hard drives, duplicated, mismatched, poorly named and utterly disorganized. It may be time to put some those memories into order. A little bit of purposeful planning and a few hours of getting your current photos into the right files will be rewarding activity on a rainy day.
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Today more than ever it's important to be judicious with what you click on in the fast streams of information and people that pass through your computer. For healthy endorsement and effective peaceful posting, consider the following.
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I know that digital will continue to be the camera of choice, but film continues to have its advantages. The best reason to support film is that it encourages the photographer to be present when taking a photo.
These are the pictures that will end up in the history books. %Slideshow-564843-list% After this article was published, a number of readers reached out with photo suggestions. Two stuck out: Amanda T...
Le Sony World Photography Awards est déjà bien entamé. Le concours de photographie, ouvert aux amateurs et aux professionnels, s'adresse à tous ceux qui possèdent un appareil photo et un regard attent...
Rob Bridges was among the many visitors to Vancouver this week that reminded me why the Grey Cup matters. A proud Hamiltonian, Bridges travelled more than 4,300 kilometres to cheer on his hometown tea...
The Toronto Maple Leafs aren't having the greatest season. Some might say their upside-down flag at Saturday night's game was a sad form of symbolism. Leafs' fans paraded the team’s flag proudly duri...
As the nation seeks to heal from Wednesday's tragic shooting in Ottawa that took the life of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, one of the toughest journeys will be that of the soldier's hometown of Hamilton. Ciri...
Anyone who has lost important information after a computer failure will be able to relate scene from the show, Sex in the City. Sarah Jessica Parker's MacBook crashes while she typing. Later, a technician, while diagnosing the crash, asks when was the last time she backed up her work. She says, "Umm, I don't do that."
I don't like pictures of myself, and I did a lot of self-reflection about that during the selfie project. The rules for the Selfie Project were simple: post at least five selfies on Facebook over the course of a week and talk to me about the experience afterwards. I don't consider myself "attractive" in any way the idea is bounced around: cute, pretty, beautiful, sexy. I am not alone.
Thousands of people made their way to the West End of Vancouver on a beautiful Wednesday evening to watch the second night of the Celebration of Light.
Happy birthday, Canada! You're looking better with age. This Canada Day marks the country's 147th anniversary since Confederation, and nearly everyone seemed to be in the mood to party, despite the ho...
Now, unless you've been living under a rock, you know New Zealand is ground zero for LOTR fans. Roughly seven hours of driving from Wellington (two from Auckland) will get you to Matamata. This rural town transitions to Middle Earth on sections of a bucolic 1,250-acre sheep farm that has been turned into a permanent attraction.
SXSW, the 10-day annual music, film and tech festival that has become the crossroads of modern culture, has finally closed up shop for another year. It was once again bigger than its ever been, with h...
If there’s one skill Yuichi Takasaka has mastered, it’s patience. The Japanese-born, B.C.-based photographer is no stranger to spending hours upon hours waiting for that perfect moment when all the di...
Our friends in Toronto may be experiencing their second winter, but over here in Metro Vancouver we are being delighted with sunshine, blue skies, and dare we say it, even some warmth! (Cue the evil l...
You have probably heard the odd rumble about a place called Cascadia, but has anyone ever really explained what it was? Cascadia is an independence movement and proposed country combining Washington a...