Category Archives: Photo Editor

Is the Arsenal 2 for advanced photographers?

You may remember my 2019 review of the original Arsenal hardware. It was a blocky box that you attached to your DSLR or mirrorless camera that automated many of the tasks that photographers regularly face. Arsenal sold pretty well. Although it had a few good points that could speed up or improve a photographer’s workflow, […]

These 17 Android Apps Stole Banking Info – Delete Them All Now

Just days after McAfee broke news of a new strain of malware affecting millions of devices via apps downloaded from the Google Play Store, there is more worrying news for Android users. In a new report (opens in a new tab), cybersecurity firm Trend Micro revealed the existence of 17 other apps that dropped malware […]

Dylan O’Brien didn’t agree with the Nightwing rumors

Exclusive: Dylan O’Brien candidly discusses his feelings about the long-running Nightwing casting rumors, which he has always declared false. While promoting Not goodDylan O’Brien Reveals How He Really Feels About These Persistents night wing rumors. Fans have continually waited for O’Brien to play a superhero movie character. Early in his career, when looking for a […]

Community Newsletter: Animal Modeling, Cannabis and Autism, a New Editor | Spectrum

Illustration by Laurene Boglio Twitter can feel like a zoo at times, and this week two behavioral modeling studies had our newsfeeds buzzing. The first was a new preprint shared by Benjamin Cowley, a computational neuroscientist at Princeton University, in which he and his colleagues used a deep neural network, or “deep network,” to […]

Remembering the photographer who captured San Francisco’s unruly ’90s indie rock scene

The Meices perform at the Bottom of the Hill. Photo: Peter Ellenby Few other photographers have captured the unruly spirit of San Francisco independent music scene in the 1990s as well as Peter Ellenbywhose blurry, high-contrast images have adorned countless album covers, flyers, and neighborhood bar walls across the city. Ellenby died of natural causes […]

How a 1971 arrest laid the groundwork for the state’s investigation into Minneapolis police

Peggie Carlson looked at the photo albums spread out on her dining room table. Among the images of family reunions and school portraits, she found two photos of her younger brother, Randy Samples. The first shows a little boy with a wide, gap-toothed smile. In the second photo, the smile is gone. “He looks so […]

The San Francisco Chronicle recruits three more award-winning photojournalists

We are thrilled to announce three new additions to The Chronicle: Salgu Wissmath, Alvin AH Jornada and Ash Adams. Each brings a diverse perspective and experience to the visuals team and has a proven track record as photojournalists committed to documenting their communities and important social issues. Hearst Fellow Salgu Wissmath Courtesy of Marissa Leshnov […]

Not Okay Review: Hulu Comedy’s Compound Satirical Eye Hilariously Roasts Influencer Culture

The intricacies of online cancel culture, appropriation and white privilege are an easy subject for satire. In a world where laughter is the best way to bring down medicine lest it ignite a war of words, an opinion on cultural policy is best served as a caricature of itself, but one that always gets to […]

90 Day Fiancé Fans Call Out Angela’s Photoshop Excess in HEA Promo

90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? Promotional photos for season 7 show a very different Angela Deem as she poses next to husband Michael Ilesanmi. Angela Deem looks drastically different in her 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? the promo infuriated TLC viewers. The Georgian woman isn’t exactly known for her charming personality, but over […]

Acting Uvalde police chief during shooting furloughed after report findings

The mayor of Uvalde announced on Sunday that the acting municipal police chief on the day of the Robb Elementary School massacre has been furloughed after a new report revealed ‘systemic failures’ by authorities during of the shooting. What they say : “This administrative leave is to determine if Lt. [Mariano] Pargas was responsible for […]

From e-books to learning a language, 15 things you can get for free

There’s always something new to spend on technology. Here’s a secret these companies don’t want you to know: there’s a lot you can get without spending a dime. Take photo storage. Are you using the free space you can get from Apple, Google, and Amazon? Tap or click here for the best ways to store […]

Sommer Ray flashes her naked body under a white dress in Las Vegas

Sommer Ray caught the attention of her fans with her latest Instagram share – a series of snaps where she was wearing nothing but a white dress! leaving little to the imagination Instagram | Sommer Ray The internet sensation’s garment appeared to be made of thick terry cloth. She wore it over her shoulders and […]

Stephen Reiss Returns to The New York Times as Photo Editor

Stephane Reiss Beth Flynn and Meaghan Looram | The New York Times We are delighted to welcome Stephen Reiss back to The New York Times’ Photo Department. He will work with the National and Investigations offices. Stephen was most recently photo editor at the Wall Street Journal, where he worked on the National and Political […]

PAA | Announcing DC’s First Annual LGBTQIAP+ Photography Grant

The American Photographic Artists (APA) has announced its first annual LGBTQIAP+ Photography Fellowship, sponsored by the APA Washington, DC Chapter (APA|DC). The LGBTQIAP grant is for emerging and established photographers to celebrate diversity, champion storytellers, and help LGBTQIAP+ photographers receive funding, recognition, and representation in the professional photography community. The $3,000 LGBTQIAP+ Photography Fellowship is […]

My favorite iOS 16 feature: tap to remove a pet from your photo

This story is part WWDC 2022CNET’s full coverage from and about Apple’s annual developer conference. Apples iOS16 will include lots of new iPhone features like Editable messages and one customizable lock screen. But there was one feature that really caught my attention during WWDC 2022despite the recovery less than 15 seconds of the event. The […]

With smiles and stoles, student-run event celebrates black U of T graduates

“Understand that your presence here, and what you have accomplished here, is monumental and that cannot be denied.” The words of Adrian Williamspresident of the Black Student Association (BSA) at the University of Toronto, echoed in the Great Hall of Hart House, where dozens of black University of Toronto students who graduated earlier this spring […]

How To Maximize Privacy Settings On Your Facebook Profile | Article

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in November 2015 by Priscilla Rey. _____________ GRAFENWOEHR, Germany — In a survey conducted by the Pew Research Center, Facebook remains by far the most popular social media site. As a military member, and for military family members, it is more important than ever to remain vigilant about […]

Landon Price, and what it’s like to be in his shoes…. — Magazine for press professionals

Sonny Coots Chief Editor Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He furthered his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League. (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has […]

After losing son, Sonoma parents help protect teen hearts

After suffering an unbearable loss when their 16-year-old son’s heart stopped in the summer of 2016, Michael Brindley’s parents decided to protect other teenagers from a similar fate. Almost six years to the day after Brindley’s death, their efforts saved a teenager from Sonoma Valley High School. On June 15, a 17-year-old collapsed while playing […]

The Post’s Karly Domb Sadof Named First Visual Enterprise Editor

Placeholder while loading article actions Announcement from Business Writer Lori Montgomery, Business Writer Damian Paletta, and Technology Writer Christina Passariello: We are delighted to announce that Karly Domb Sadof becomes the Business Desk’s first visual corporate writer, pioneering a new role aimed at expanding our visual journalism and crafting innovative storytelling approaches. An award-winning photo […]

Review: Prequel – Photo and Video Editor

Hollywood actors Penélope Cruz and Antonio Banderas united by humor in “Official Competition” MEXICO CITY: What is art? Do awards make you a better artist? Are successful films reserved for pseudo-actors? These are some questions raging in “Official Competition”, a comedy starring Penélope Cruz, Antonio Banderas and Oscar Martínez in a battle of egos.Throughout the […]

Maryland University System grants TU permission to name West Village 1.2 after its first black graduates – The Towerlight

Photo: Meghan Hudson/The tower of light By: Gabriel Donahue, Associate Editor Towson University announced Friday that the two residence halls once named after former slave owners, West Village 1 and 2, will become Harris and Barnes Halls next fall to honor the first black graduates of the University. university, Marvis E. Barnes and Myra A. […]

Beware of these malicious apps on Google Play Store! Delete from your phone now; control List

Some apps on Google Play Store contain dangerous malware and shockingly millions of people have downloaded them. Know what you need to do. A month ago, cybersecurity researchers discovered extremely dangerous adware and malicious data-stealing apps on the Google Play Store. And surprisingly, at least five of them are still available on the Play Store. […]

What I Learned in the Tournament… from the People — Press Pros Magazine

Sonny Coots Chief Editor Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He furthered his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League. (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has […]

The moon will block a bright double star tonight. How to see it.

The moon will block the bright double star Dschubba, or Delta Scorpii, during an occultation on June 12, 2022. Astronomers in the northeastern United States and eastern Canada can see the stars slipping behind the moon . (Image credit: Chris Vaughan) The near-full moon will block a bright double star in the night sky tonight […]

student from Montoursville wins the first prize for state journalism in school history | Education

Montoursville, Pennsylvania – Montoursville-area high school junior Katelyn Hunsberger, daughter of Jackie Kaiser-Rist, received the State Journalism Champion award in the Newspaper Photography category of the Student Journalism Contest for the Pennsylvania School Press Association (PSPA). This makes her the very first journalist from Montoursville to win first place in the state competition. Katelyn competed […]

‘Napalm Girl’ turns 50: A defining image of a generation capturing the futility of the Vietnam War

How does an image become an icon? He is valued that we now produce more images in two minutes than during the entire 19th century. How, then, can an image be so powerful that it can symbolize the horror of war and help mobilize anti-war sentiment? Warning: This article contains graphic images that some may […]

2022 Leo Awards Nomination: B.C. Film Editor ‘Elated’ with nomination for Best Picture Editing Documentary Feature

Victoria, Canada, June 6, 2022 — (PR.com) — Film editor Dakota Morton is very happy these days. “Just to be nominated, I’m thrilled.” Dakota is nominated for the 2022 BC Leo Award for her film editing on “Precious Leader Woman”. Dakota’s nomination, “Best Film Editing, Feature Documentary,” for “Precious Leader Woman” joins two other nominees […]

Best Polaroid Instant Camera – WBTW

What are the best Polaroid instant cameras? In 1948, photography, and instant gratification converged when Edwin H. Land invented the first Polaroid camera. Since then, a plethora of new technologies have been developed, but the Polaroid continues to be a memorable favorite to cherish. When it comes to quality, convenience and technology, the Polaroid POP […]

Uvalde’s shooter posted threats on Yubo. What to know about the app and other similar ones

Until last month, many adults who work in schools had probably never heard of an app dubbed “Tinder for teens.” But chilling interactions on this social media platform called Yubo have surfaced between children around the world and the 18-year-old who killed 19 children and two teachers. at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, TexasLast week. […]

Canva Philippines Hosts Free Mega Community Webinar

The Canva Mega Webinar aims to empower freelancers, entrepreneurs and educators. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO CANVA Philippines hosted its first-ever mega community webinar, “Usapang Canva,” on May 26, which aimed to educate freelancers, entrepreneurs, and educators on how they can use Canva to achieve their goals. The webinar was free to the public and streamed live on […]

HASK’s high-performance hair care is celebrity-loved and so affordable

I have afro hair, so I’m on a constant mission to find the best and most hydrating curl products to wash and detangle the ‘fro. I’ve heard a lot of good things about this Curl Care collection. The entire HASK line is free of sulfates, parabens, phthalates, silicones and gluten, which is music to my […]

TTLG: Happy Accidents | The Dartmouth

Naina Bhalla ’22 documents the joyful and unpredictable moments of college in four years of photographs. by Naina Bhalla | 25/05/22 02:35 Source: Taken by Harish Tekriwal During my second fall, I listened to Saint Motel’s song “Happy Accidents” on repeat. That seemed to sum up college as I experienced it: unpredictable, wonderful, and full […]

University of Michigan develops technology that doubles the speed of 3D printing

ANN ARBOR – New software invented at the University of Michigan that speeds up 3D printing has hit the market. Developed by spin-off company Ulendo, the product was recently launched at RAPID+TCT, North America’s largest additive manufacturing conference. 3D printing has long been limited by its slow process, and Chinedum Okwudire, associate professor of mechanical […]

Q&A with IMS Photo Chief Chris Owens – Indianapolis Monthly

Chris OwensPhoto by Dirk Fletcher Walk us through a typical day as a photographer at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It’s more than taking pictures. I’m not always the first person to arrive, but most nights I’m the last person to leave. Before the first riding session begins on the track, I lead a team of photographers […]

9 Useful Services for Instagram Bloggers

With around 1.130 million users worldwide, Instagram is a popular social media platform. People use it to communicate, see something new, show themselves and express their thoughts. Also, many people use this program for business purposes. Yes, today you can use Instagram to make money, and blogging is one of the most popular ways to […]

Filipino photographer Xyza Cruz Bacani is now also an NYU graduate

Culture Jill Robredo isn’t the only amazing Filipina to graduate from NYU this week ANCX staff | May 18, 2022 While people are talking about Vice President Jillian Robredo’s daughter graduating from New York University this week, there’s actually another Filipina doing the same who is just as deserving of a spotlight: […]

5 things to know today: Severe storms, Budget reserves, Travel expenses, DAPL documents, Looking back – InForum

1. Possible tornado devastates city as wind damages communities in eastern South Dakota The National Weather Service sent crews to investigate the damage caused by the high winds here and to determine if a tornado was responsible for the damage to the school, the destruction of several houses, the downing of power lines and extensive […]

Black Voice News will host one of the next five CatchLight Fellows

Last updated on May 12, 2022 by BVN SE Williams | Black Voice News is proud to have been selected as the host newsroom for one of the next five CatchLight Fellows as the organization continues to support new models of visual journalism in local news. CaptureLighta visually-focused media organization, selected five visual journalists as […]

Former Polish dissident and editor wins top Spanish prize

Copyright 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. FILE – Former dissident and mastermind behind Poland’s peaceful transition from communism to democracy Adam Michnik speaks to The Associated Press in Warsaw, Poland May 25, 2014. Michnik, a former Polish dissident and human rights activist who is editor of one of the most popular newspapers in […]

Incomparable journalist/photographer Jacy Lewis bids farewell to Midland Reporter-Telegram

This is a carousel. Use the Next and Previous buttons to navigate I am grateful for the Midland Reporter-Telegram. The newspaper that took a chance on me and took me from small town Nebraska to big state Texas. My job at the MRT has given me many opportunities to meet wonderful people in Midland and […]

Photographing my way to my latest edition of Southern News

Roma Rositani – photo editor From photographer to Southern News photo editor, I learned to photograph just about anything. Two and a half years, nine hundred and twelve and a half days and one million three hundred and fourteen thousand minutes, I channeled into the journal. Although it looks like I’m complaining, this is the […]

The most memorable gigs of our favorite bands – The Channels

The Channel Art Pages | EDITORIAL LIST Clockwise from top left, editor Rodrigo Hernandez and Sofia Alvarado at the Pasadena Daydream Festival, The Raconteurs at Kris Krug’s Commodore Ballroom, editor Bianca Ascencio and family at Hella Mega Tour at Dodger Stadium and Metallica at The Forum by jondoeforty1. The relativity and comfort that music gives […]

Former Clarion Ledger writer and outdoor legend Bobby Cleveland dies

Longtime outdoor journalist and former Clarion Ledger outdoor writer Bobby Cleveland died Thursday from injuries sustained in a car accident. Cleveland, the brother of former Clarion Ledger sportswriter and Hall of Fame sportswriter Rick Clevelandwho is now with Mississippi Today, recently worked as a spokesperson for the Pearl River Valley Water Supply District. However, the […]

Surface Shield Roofing Co.: 2022 SmallBiz Editor’s Choice Award Winner – Specialty Construction

Over the past 15 years, this growing company has grown from a team of two to approximately 65 employees. Shon Gregory, left, with a member of his team. | Photo: Courtesy of Surface Shield Roofing Mahea Viernes, public contact manager for Surface Shield Roofing Co., says the idea to start the business came from its […]

PA Week in Pictures: Latin America and the Caribbean

April 21, 2022Updated: April 21, 2022 11:25 p.m. 1of14A gaucho hangs on for life as he is rebuffed by a horse during the ‘Criolla Week’ rodeo, a Holy Week tradition in Montevideo, Uruguay, Thursday, April 14, 2022. ‘Gauchos’, like cow- Boys from the plains of Uruguay and neighboring Argentina and Brazil have been known to […]

Sadness at the death of former Ballymena Guardian editor – Photo 1 of 1

Ballymena Guardian staff were saddened to learn of the death of former editor Jim Flanagan. Jim was a total professional who had a long and distinguished career in journalism. He received his initial training at the Thomson Regional Newspapers center in Cardiff. He was originally a reporter for the East Antrim Times, then at the […]

This Secret iPhone Trick Can Instantly Improve Any Photo

A TikTok user has revealed her secret iPhone trick to making images and videos instantly more vibrant. The woman, named Hannah Ludwig, broke her iPhone editing routine for her 20,000 followers on Tik Tok. Hannah shared the content in a 43-second reel captioned with multiple “photo” hashtags. She started the video by posting an image […]

Photos from the Brooklyn subway shooting scene

Police were called to the 36th Street subway station after several people were shot during the rush on Tuesday morning, officials said, a violent episode that came amid fears for public safety as the New York City is struggling to recover from the pandemic. The fire department reported that 16 people were injured, several of […]

Fathers and daughters invite themselves on the dance floor of the MCC

April 10, 2022 1of23 Fathers and daughters took to the dance floor for Manistee Catholic Central School’s event, “Daddy Daughter Dance” on Saturday from 6-8 p.m. Jeff Zide / News DefenderShow moreShow less 2of23 The “chicken dance” was one of the dances that fathers and daughters from Manistee Catholic Central School took to the dance […]

Photos1440 exhibition showcases the best of Sydney Morning Herald photography

About 3.3 million photos are taken every minute worldwide. For The Sydney Morning HeraldFor photographers, each of those minutes – 1440 in a day – is an opportunity to capture images that define a moment in time. And at the NSW State Library from April 9 you can see the Herald photos that made an […]

Amazing photos from the Freaknik Spring Break festival in Atlanta

If you grew up in Atlanta, you’ve heard of Freaknik. Originally spelled Freaknic, it was conceived in 1982 as an end-of-year party for students at historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs). It became so popular that it became an annual event, was renamed, and HBCU students and non-students from across the country began flocking to […]

Improve your landscape photos in Adobe Lightroom

by Jeremy Gray posted Sunday, April 3, 2022 5:00 PM EDT For most digital photographers, capturing a beautiful landscape image is only part of the overall photographic process. After going out in the field and grabbing your image, it’s time to open your RAW files in your favorite photo editor and bring your creative vision […]

New radio station helps Ukrainian refugees adjust to Prague

PRAGUE – Radio Ukraine is calling. A new Prague-based internet radio station has started broadcasting news, information and music tailored to the daily concerns of some 300,000 refugees who have arrived in the Czech Republic since Russia launched its military assault on Ukraine. In a studio in the heart of the Czech capital, radio veterans […]

Trojan Horse… Troy’s Helman Ks 13 Will Sweep Greenville — Press Pros Magazine

Sonny Coots Chief Editor Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He furthered his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League. (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has […]

Frosty start and rigid opposition to change in spring sports not surprising – Press Pros Magazine

Sonny Coots Chief Editor Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He furthered his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League. (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has […]

303 Spring Magazine Pieces You Need In Your Closet This Year

Despite the weekly snowstorms that Coloradans have started marking on their calendars this year, spring is calling and here in Magazine 303, we embrace it. To ring in the spring, our style team has put together six looks that we think are this season’s ultimate must-haves. Photographed by 303 Photo Editor Adrian Thomas, the 303 […]

The Maple Street Bridge is expected to reopen to traffic soon

March 22, 2022Updated: March 22, 2022 3:50 p.m. 1of3 Construction continues Tuesday on the Maple Street Bridge in Manistee. Manistee Town Manager Bill Gambill said they poured the concrete last week and are testing this week. He said it takes seven days for the concrete to partially harden and should then be open to traffic […]

How to Create a Cartoon Avatar: Online Apps and Programs

Nowadays, everyone wants to see themselves in different artistic styles. Some want to caricature an image, add a filter and turn it into caricatures just for fun. Indeed, you don’t need any reason to join in the fun of editing. Photo Cartoonizer apps and software are widely available for both Apple and Android devices. Cartoonized […]

Veteran Fox News cameraman and Ukrainian reporter killed while reporting

Zakrzewski’s death was announced Tuesday by Fox News Media managing director Suzanne Scott, who said he was killed when a vehicle he was traveling in with correspondent Benjamin Hall came under fire. The death of Ukrainian journalist Oleksandra Kuvshynova was announced by Anton Gerashchenko, adviser to the Ukrainian Minister of the Interior. Gerashchenko, who blamed […]

Morning headlines: West Fargo to use COVID relief funds to decommission lagoons – InForum

Here is your InForum Minute for Thursday, March 10. The lagoons northwest of West Fargo will be decommissioned in the next few years and 600 acres will be redeveloped. David Samson / The Pioneer WEST FARGO — In hopes of keeping water and sewer rates from rising again, the West Fargo City Commission plans to […]

These are the 30 best photos of February chosen by our photographers – Press Enterprise

February saw a slowdown in the number of people affected by the coronavirus and the lifting of mask restrictions and vaccination mandates. We also welcomed the roar of motorsports to the inland region. Here are the 30 best photos of the month chosen by La Presse-Entreprise, The sun, Inner Valley Daily Bulletin and Redlands Daily […]

Dear Virgin Mary: We need another visit | From the editor

Hi neighbor, Really? Did an unnamed ex-president of the United States really say that Vladimir Putin was “very shrewd” and his plan “brilliant” in the way the madman of Moscow orchestrated his barbaric and unprovoked attack on Ukraine? The attack in which he no doubt thought Russian troops would land and crush Ukraine in a […]

The Center for Media Innovation’s $20,000 scholarship returns

Press release | Media Innovation Center Point Park University’s Center for Media Innovation is delighted to announce the return of its $20,000 Doris O’Donnell Innovations in Investigative Journalism Fellowship. This is the third year of the fellowship, which has been designed to highlight and tackle the growing problem of underserved media markets, known as information […]

It’s raining, it’s raining… Dollars lose to UC in walk-in homer – Press Pros Magazine

Sonny Coots Chief Editor Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He furthered his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League. (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has […]

Like Father, Like Son… Like Grandson, with Tim Pettorini — Press Pros Magazine

Sonny Coots Chief Editor Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He furthered his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League. (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has […]

USA TODAY graphic and photo editor Richard Curtis dies

By David Colton and J. Ford Huffman Richard Curtis, one of the original designers of USA TODAY’s look, including the bold use of color photography and graphics that revolutionized newspapers in the 1980s, died Sunday. He was 75 years old. Curtis passed away quietly at home from cancer, surrounded by his wife, Jane, and family. […]

IHSA Class 2A Bishop McNamara Regional Championship: Herscher vs. Beecher |

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THE ONE: Joe Biden’s 1st wife, Neilia Biden, shaped his life and career in Syracuse

Get the latest news from Syracuse delivered straight to your inbox. Subscribe to our newsletter here. A As he walked to the pool deck, Joe Biden noticed the blonde woman sitting in a lounge chair. He wasn’t supposed to be there, at the British Colonial Hotel in Nassau, Bahamas. The displaced student had snuck out […]

Climate change, Covid and migrants at the center of Sony World Photography Awards finalists

The eccentric architecture of Kazakhstan’s capital, the dramatic scenes of Trump supporters descending on the US Capitol in January 2021 and the impact of climate change in Bangladesh are all subjects of the work of the finalists in the professional category of Sony World Photography. Awards 2022. The finalists and shortlisted photographers have been announced […]

“It starts on the hill…”, and its interpretations — Presse Pros Magazine

Sonny Coots Chief Editor Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He furthered his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League. (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has […]

5A State Swimming and Diving Championships – Boulder Daily Camera

Sydney Inman of Fairview High School swims in the 500 Yard Freestyle during the 5A State Swimming and Diving Championships at the Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center in Thornton on Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2022. (Matthew Jonas/Staff Photographer) Edith Simecek of Fairview High School swims the 100-yard backstroke during the 5A State Swimming and Diving Championships at […]