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32 Wonderful Snapshots That Document Youth's Life at Dam Square, Amsterdam in the Early 1970s

Dam Square or Dam is a town square in Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands. Its notable buildings and frequent events make it one of the most well-known and important locations in the city and the country. These wonderful snapshots from Children of God will bring you back the early 1970s to see what the youth's life here looked like. See more »

Quick tip: This single setting will dramatically increase your backup to the cloud backup speed

If you are a creative going both video and photos and amassing a huge amount of data you may have considered both a dedicated storage and maybe a cloud service. Personally, I use a Synology 5 bay NAS as a second storage and Backblaze B2 as my cloud provider. Show More Summary

Eighteen: 1936

February 1936. "Mission District. San Francisco, California." Medium format negative by Dorothea Lange for the Resettlement Administration. View full size.

27 Glamorous Photos That Show Hollywood Beauties in Wedding Dresses in the 1930s

The 1930s was the golden age for women's fashion. Wedding dresses in this era were also glamorous. Sleek silky satin gowns, long beaded dresses, backless bias cut gowns in white, ivory, jewel tones or pastels... all those had their own...Show More Summary

Lucky Street: 1936

February 1936. "Mission District, San Francisco. Rent twenty to twenty-two dollars a month for three or four rooms." Medium format acetate negative by Dorothea Lange for the Resettlement Administration. View full size.

Photographing Dunloup Falls in West Virginia

Dunloup Falls is a picturesque roadside waterfall in the New River Gorge of West Virginia. The post Photographing Dunloup Falls in West Virginia appeared first on Loaded Landscapes.

Weekly Photography Challenge – Backlighting

Light is the key to photography – without it, we’d be pretty hard pressed to make any images at all. They are also many kinds of light – hard light, soft light, front light, side light, overhead lighting and one that I use often to add more drama to my images – backlighting. Show More Summary

A Bumper Crop: 1938

April 1938. "North Carolina farmer and family. Guilford County." Medium format negative by John Vachon for the Farm Security Administration. View full size.

How forced perspective works and the maths behind it

Forced perspective is one of the most wonderfully creative tools photography affords. It allows us to create optical illusions that either baffle or simply amuse us. Or we can change the scale of items seamlessly with ease. We’ve seen it in popular movies and TV shows like Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones. Show More Summary

The Significance Of A Personal Project

My daily stroll through the newly built but already decaying park near my apartment in Hanoi listening to Spotify on a brisk (by SE Asia standards) morning has me in deep thought. We only get this type of weather for a couple months a year here and I absolutely love it. Show More Summary

Rare Photos of Martin Laurello, the Man Who Could Turn His Head Around Backwards

Martin Joe Laurello (1885-1955), aka "The Man with the Revolving Head," "The Human Owl," or "Bobby, The Boy with the Revolving Head," was born in May 1885 in Nuremburg, Germany. He was born with a twisted spine that allowed his head to turn a complete 180°. Show More Summary

From age 0 to 100: this video shows aging of our skin in only 60 seconds

Many people don’t feel comfortable in their own skin. Imposed beauty standards and too much Photoshop in ads don’t help at all. Norwegian pharmacist Vitus have created an ad that might help people feel good in their own skin and meet all the changes that will come with aging. Show More Summary

This amusing short suggests contouring makeup might have gone too far

Ok, so maybe it goes a little further than suggesting it. It states quite bluntly that it’s gone too far. I’ve still never seen an example in real life quite like that shown in the video posted to Facebook page Hot Date, though. But,...Show More Summary

Fascinating Then and Now Photos That Show How Norway’s Gorgeous Landscapes Have Changed Over the Past Century

Here's a collection of 12 fascinating then and now photos that show how Norway’s gorgeous landscapes have changed over the past century. Decades-old photos are faithfully re-captured by figuring out exactly where the original photographer...Show More Summary

This tribute to Interstellar takes us from a black hole to the Big Bang

In 2014 movie Interstellar, Christopher Nolan managed to create the first scientifically accurate black hole. Some sources claim it’s not the case, but nevertheless – I think the movie and the special effects are fantastic. This movie...Show More Summary

Learn to edit before you shoot to tell a better story

If you’ve been making films or videos for any length of time, you quickly figure out how important it is to plan in advance. But for things like run & gun style documentary shooting or vlogs, that can be difficult. Even if you have a...Show More Summary

How to easily create fuller eyebrows in Photoshop

The ‘90s are way behind us and thank god, so are the ‘90s super-thin eyebrows. For the past couple of years, full and well-shaped eyebrows are a beauty trend, and Aaron Nace from Phlearn will teach you how to make them look just like that in Photoshop. Show More Summary

A Book From the 1970s Offers Some Tips for How to Make Love to a Single Man

How to meet him, understand him, and love him... Evidently, it is a LOT of work to get men interested in sex. These skills and tricks you can use to get a man interested in you. Advice includes how to seduce a man, one night stands,Show More Summary

What is Flash High-Speed Sync and Why Do You Need it?

Using flash is already complicated enough, but adding in a fast shutter speed makes it even harder. In these two videos, you will learn about your camera’s flash sync speed and why it’s limited. Then you’ll see what you can do to solve it and use faster shutter speeds using something called high-speed sync. Show More Summary

Yashica’s Y35 DigiFilm camera raises $1.28M on Kickstarter

Earlier this year, legendary Yashica camera brand started teasing a comeback. They launched a Kickstarter campaign, and it ended with great success: they raised the impressive $1.28 million. Most of us have expected a mirrorless or a DSLR camera, but Yashica came back with something unexpected, to say the least. Show More Summary

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