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Newswire: Musicians are taking their fight against YouTube to Congress Last week, The Black Keys’ Patrick Carney became the latest musician to speak out about YouTube’s purportedly freewheeling use of unlicensed content , following in the footsteps of Trent Reznor and Thom Yorke. Carney went on a Twitter tear about music streaming services, even those without a free tier, which is how he ended up taking a jab at Reznor, who is Apple Music’s Chief Creative Officer. A sell out i..
I’m excited to join SmugMug in helping support Shelter-Me-Photography. Along with 11 other talented photographers, we’re each offering a special print gallery of images at amazing prices just in time for the holidays. For a limited time you can buy a beautiful new print, piece of wall art, or even phone case. They're great for gifts and can be shipped anywhere in the world.
Some photography purists resent photo manipulation, but others enjoy how it has opened up photography to new people and new ideas. Caras Ionut is a Romanian photographer and digital artist who makes a great case for digital art and photography. He has created an extensive body of images that are beautiful, enchanting – and impossible.
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Quarter plate tintype. Condition on this one is incredible. Here we have two Federal infantryman posed before one of the Benton Barracks back drops. Great view of these two men. A private and a newly minted corporal. His stripes are so new he hasn't even had time to sew them on yet having them just pinned to his coat sleeve. This one is in exceptional condition as well, with no bends or rub marks or anything, and housed in a full leatherette case with the blue velvet.
Mind-bending vertical panoramas captured by Italian photographer Silvio Zangarini. "The series was originally meant to be simply a practical and visual exercise to make distortions of the reality. But while I was exploring the medium, I was captured into a dialogue with the architectures my camera could portray, and I intended to multiply these with my artistic work. Without being aware of that, I became a contemporary Escher , and got fascinated by the infinite directions of these…