Category Archives: Photo Editor

Graphic Design Software Market [+PEST Analysis] | Analysis of highlights up to 2031

Graphic Design Software Market Share 2022 Global Graphic Design Software Market Report 2022, Market Size, Share, Growth, CAGR, Forecast, Revenue, Report Scope 2031 NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, USA, November 20, 2022 / — offers a complete understanding of the Graphic Design Software Market [Snapshot – Global Market Size, Largest Segment, Fastest Growth and […]

9 Ultimate Tips for Thanksgiving Entertainment

All Thanksgiving we are grateful for any good advice that makes accommodation much easier. And over the years, we at SAVEUR have accumulated many game-changing tips, from a foolproof method to roast the turkey faster route to killer scalloped potatoes. This year, we asked our staff for their absolute favorite tips, which we’re sharing to […]

DELANO RAMBLINGS: Christmas parade preparations begin in Delano | Columnists

Registrations for the annual Delano Christmas Parade are being accepted until December 5, the pre-registration deadline for the parade on Thursday, December 8. Entries must be submitted online. Late entries will be placed at the end of the parade. Nominations for the parade are online or contact the Delano Chamber of Commerce office, 661-725-2518. Contact […]

New Minor Arts and Culture

Sarah Shelton – photo editor With the university constantly evolving, there is now a new minor for students interested in art administration. “Studying arts and humanities at Southern gives you the unique advantage of the cultural richness of New Haven, a city home to some of the nation’s leading organizations in the visual and performing […]

Talented Man Alters Old Photo Of Deceased, Netizens Shocked To See Result

A talented photo editor has amazed netizens after transforming an old photo of a dead woman The deceased’s son had shared his photo on Twitter begging the editor to make the photo more beautiful The late woman’s transformation photo shocked netizens on Twitter and they shared their comments PAY ATTENTION: Check the news which is […]

Darkroom Photo Editor gets significantly improved highlight and shadow recovery

The Darkroom photo editing app has been updated with significantly improved highlight and shadow recovery, performance improvements, and bug fixes. Darkroom moves photo editing into its mobile-centric and compute-centric future. Photo editing is simplified for iPhone photographers and enhanced with powerful AI-backed algorithms to express yourself more effectively. Available as a single universal app on […]

Jared Wenzelburger to chair three newspapers as photo editor for CT Publishing

By The Staff of The Chronicle The staff of The Chronicle are delighted to announce the promotion of former staff photographer Jared Wenzelburger, who will now serve as regional photo editor for CT Publishing, working with The Chronicle and sister newspapers Nisqually Valley News at Yelm and The Reflector at Battle Ground. A graduate of […]

Follow the Light Surf Photography Fellowship Program Partners with Coast Film & Music Festival

The Follow the Light Surf Photography Grants Program in memory of longtime SURFING magazine photo editor Larry “Flame” Moore will present its annual awards ceremony at the Coast Film & Music Festival in Laguna Beach on Saturday, November 12, was announced today by Summer Meek, President of the Follow the Light 2022 program. Larry “Flame” […]

Compmillenia delivers composite pilot boat to Miami

October 23, 2022 Designed with a 2′ draft, the shipyard calls the boat a fast, reliable and economical offshore pilot boat. Compmillennial Photo CompmillennialWashington, NC designed, built and delivered the 41’x13′ Lightspeed 1188 catamaran composite core pilot boat Miami to Biscayne Bay Pilots Association last summer. Designed with a 2′ draft, the shipyard calls the […]

October 21, 2022 – The Daily Evergreen

Volleyball and soccer each host home games, Ethridge gets extension QUINN GLUE WSU outside hitter Laura Jansen serves the ball during an NCAA volleyball game against Oregon on October 7. SAM TAYLOREvergreen sportswriterOctober 21, 2022 Thursday was the fourth anniversary of ESPN College GameDay finally arriving in Pullman. A terrific day for WSU, Pullman and […]

Style guide: couple suits so you don’t have to default to a decade-inspired look

While decade-inspired looks are a favorite last-minute costume idea, with Halloween a few weeks away, it’s not too late to do more than that. There are so many couples’ costumes cuter than the basic hippie look—Associate Art Editor Ari Lessard drops her favorite ideas in this Halloween-inspired style guide. Dressing up has always been my […]

Selena Gomez and Hailey Bieber pictured together

The news comes after Hailey explicitly addressed their relationship, given that Hailey married Justin Bieber shortly after Selena Gomez dated him – a fact that has long grabbed headlines. “I respect her; there’s no drama personally,” Hailey shared, noting that they had a conversation that she was “a lot of at peace with.” “That’s also […]

UF Homecoming festivities are in full swing

Popcorn, power walkers and political figures – just some of the things you can expect at UF Homecoming. After a slow but steady return to in-person events in 2021 following the cancellation of Homecoming in 2020, the parade and other festivities are back in full force. Homecoming festivities kicked off on the morning of October […]

The Samsung Galaxy A11 receives Android 12, its last major software update

Samsung has released the Android 12 update for the Galaxy A11. This affordable smartphone was launched in early 2020 with Android 10 on board. And it looks like the Android 12 update might be its last major software update. One UI Core 4.1 update based on Android 12 for Galaxy A11 comes with firmware release […]

The Channels wants to hear from you – What makes you happy? – The chains

The Channels is running an engagement journalism project for the fall semester where we can create a collection of photographs and stories from everyone in the community. We are asking members of the Santa Barbara community to “photograph your joy” by uploading your image to this Google form. Please submit a horizontal .jpg or .jpeg […]

Derek Hawkins named deputy visual business editor for National

Announcement from National Editor Matea Gold, Associate National Editor Philip Rucker and National Visual Enterprise Editor Kainaz Amaria: We are delighted to announce that Derek Hawkins will join the National Department as Associate Editor of Visual Enterprise, a role in which he will help design and execute high-impact visual and immersive storytelling. Derek will help […]

Dates and Judges Announced for Sony World Photography Awards 2023

The World Photography Organization has announced the judging panel and exhibition dates for the 2023 Sony World Photography Awards. The 2023 jury, top row: Mariama Attah, Head of Exhibitions at Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool, UK; Tandazani Dhlakama, Assistant Curator at Zeitz MOCAA, Cape Town, South Africa; Elisa Medde, Editor-in-Chief, Foam Magazine, Amsterdam; Ioana Mello, independent […]

Hellbound Season 2 to Money Heist Korea 2 Exciting Titles Revealed

The Netflix Tudum Korea 2022 event took place on Saturday morning with great excitement from falls around the world. Over the past few years, Korean shows and movies have become absolute favorites for many viewers. Romantic dramas gave people thrills while thrillers shook them. The new list with new titles and some follow-ups is now […]

Agathe Kalfas & Mathias Benguigui offer another face to the refugee crisis

On view this year at PhMuseum Days 2022four-handed collaboration Songs of asphodel tries to give a new perspective on a strongly represented place and issue – that of migration on the island of Lesbos. What should a refugee look like? Like a person caught in a filthy paradox, between oppression and freedom, stripped of his […]

Galaxy S10 series gets September update

About a week after the Galaxy S10 Lite, Samsung’s usual Galaxy S10 flagships are also getting the September 2022 Android security patch. The update recently began Rolling out to Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+ in Europe with firmware version G97xFXXSGHVI1. A global rollout is expected to follow soon, including in the United States. […]

Nature through the lens at the Australian Museum

Over 100 photographs by 74 photographers are featured in the Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year 2022 exhibition, on view FREE to the public at the Australian Museum from Saturday 17 September to Sunday 11 December 2022 Ashlee Jansen’s ‘Nature’s Prey’, a photograph of a humpback whale carcass and circling sharks on the ocean […]

Our favorite memories made over the summer – The Channels

Clockwise, Pedro Granados, Melissa Garcia and Maria Chaidez kissing in Cabo San Lucas on Saturday, July 16. Jenna McMahon and Avery Black share a laugh during a water balloon fight with their friends on Thursday, July 21 at La Brezza in Santa Barbara Calif. YG performs Wednesday, May 18 at Stanford. Yarrow Hogan takes a […]

The CORE building – The pioneer

After a few years of construction, a long quarantine, and several semesters later, the Pioneers have a new place to study on campus. Located where the Agora Stage once stood, the CORE building offers new study spaces for in-person and online collaboration, meditation spaces for mental well-being, and tutoring spaces for academic and professional development. […]

How to Create Personalized WhatsApp Sticker Maker Stickers

Want your own personalized WhatsApp sticker? Well, it turns out that you can create one yourself using WhatsApp Sticker Maker. This allows you to express yourself beyond the stock stickers and emojis on WhatsApp, allowing you to liven up your conversations with your family, best friend or co-workers. However, there is a catch. At the […]

Principal kisses pig after students hit $35,000 goal – Orange County Register

McAuliffe Middle School principal Dr. Ryan Weiss-Wright hasn’t had a good few weeks. He was punched in the face with a pie, made to wear a dough boy costume for a day at school, and had to kiss a pig on the snout. But all the excitement was ultimately for his students. Students react after […]

Russia revokes press license of major independent newspaper

MOSCOW – A Moscow court on Monday upheld a request by Russian authorities to revoke the license of a major independent newspaper that for years criticized the Kremlin, the latest move in a months-long crackdown on independent media, opposition activists and human rights groups. The ruling against Novaya Gazeta, Russia’s most renowned independent newspaper, comes […]

Football: Coal City v Bishop McNamara | Preparatory and youth sports

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Art Industry News: 10 Women Accuse Berlin Art Dealer Johann König of Sexual Misconduct in Explosive Investigation + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily summary of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here’s what you need to know this Thursday, September 1. NEED TO READ Former Orlando Museum Trustees Speak Out – Former directors of the Orlando Museum of Art say they were kept in the dark […]

Netflix sued for defamation for making up real-life Anna character – Deadline

This isn’t the first time Netflix has faced legal action today for adding fictional traits to a real person for one of its dramas. In this case of defamation and invasion of privacy by false light, the drama in question is Invent Annaand the real person is ex-vanity lounge photo editor Rachel Williams, starred in […]

“Guiding Juniors on the Right Path” – Message from Judge Ramana to the Bar on Last Working Day

New Delhi: Calling the pending cases a “tremendous challenge”, India’s outgoing Chief Justice N.V. Ramana expressed regret on Friday that he could not pay much attention to matters of listing and posting cases to hear before the Supreme Court. Justice Ramana, who left office on Friday, said it was necessary to deploy modern technological tools […]

Winston-Salem Journal Wins 25 NC Press Association Awards | Local News

The Winston-Salem Journal received 25 awards, including nine first prizes, at the NC Press Association’s annual convention Thursday in Raleigh. This year’s event was the first to be held in person since the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. The awards for the period published between October 1, 2020 and February 28, 2022 continue a […]

A local photographer rubs shoulders with the best of the race on the pit lane | News, Sports, Jobs

Photos courtesy Michael Waltrip’s pit crew rushes to refuel, change tires and make adjustments to Napa Auto Parts’ #15 Chevy in a photo taken by Kathleen Asheton, who was a track photographer. Ashton now has a home in Alcona County. ALPENA — From the mid-1990s to 2005, Alcona County resident Kathleen Asheton held a job […]

PhotoUp helps real estate photographers grow and grow their business

With PhotoUp’s professional real estate photo editors, photographers can outsource their editing and focus on other high-impact tasks to grow their photography business. Outsourcing of real estate photo editing Many real estate photographers have built their entire careers controlling every aspect of the creative process. While this is great at first, it can hamper future […]

Apple may soon bring more ads to your iPhone

Apple may eventually show ads on more apps that come preinstalled on your iPhone and other Apple devices, including Maps, Books, and Podcasts. According a report of Bloombergby Mark GurmanApple has internally tested search ads in Maps, which can show recommendations when you search for nearby restaurants, stores, or other businesses. Apple already implements a […]

After switching brands in the West, many beauty companies still offer to “whiten” skin elsewhere

Oscar Holland, CNN Editors: Meera Senthilingam, Eliza Anyangwe; Design: Gabrielle Smith; Researchers: Lizzy Yee, Gawon Bae and Mengchen Zhang; Photo editor: Jennifer Arnow Editor’s Note: This story is part of ‘lie to protect‘, a series of CNN’s As Equals investigating skin bleaching practices around the world to expose the underlying drivers of colorism, the industry […]

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 — ( — 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: […]