Month: June 2021

[embedded content] Experts warn of an increase in serious body dysmorphic disorders as a direct result of the daily digital connection with friends, colleagues, and educators in video chat as well as the explosive popularity of face-altering filters found on social media. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) is
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According to a recent survey from the National Association of Personal Finance Advisors (NAPFA), almost three-quarters (70%) of Americans are considering adding another source of income following the COVID-19 pandemic, with 37% considering selling products online and 36% considering offering freelance or contract services. Despite the challenges of last year, 2021 is in some ways
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In photojournalism, where and how people get their news matters. A quick takeaway of Reuters Digital News Report 2021 shows that the news market is exploding into a multitude of topic-specific verticals and various mediums at the same time. Whereby all news, weather, jobs, and politics were read via a local printed newspaper, each one
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Taking photos of white subjects on white backgrounds or black subjects on black backgrounds is a skill that requires photographers to skillfully bend light in various ways. Photographer Zach Sutton has shared tips on what works best in each scenario. Also the editor for Lensrentals, Sutton specializes in commercial beauty photography and has extensive experience
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Last year, researchers at the University of Vermont found that, during the pandemic, people reported significant increases in outdoor activities, including watching wildlife, gardening, relaxing, and walking. 54% of survey respondents reported taking photos or creating other art in nature, and 29% said they spent more time outdoors to appreciate nature’s beauty. A recent survey
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