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Students from the Washington School for the Deaf take courses in design and drones

With a major expansion project set to begin soon at the Washington School for the Deaf, design teams took the time to chat with faculty and students about how construction will unfold and what will change in their building. At a town hall Monday morning, representatives from Skanska — an international development and construction company […]

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NorthSite’s Latest Photography Exhibit Showcases Decades of ‘The Far North’ | Tropic now

##MP## Although his photographic series deep north spans more than a decade of observation, Matthew Stanton believes he has only “scratched the surface” of our northern tropical landscape, his childhood home. Growing up in Djabugay country at the end of the Redlynch Valley near Crystal Cascades, Matthew saw housing estates replace sugar cane fields and […]

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Photography is a mirror – The Prospector

I believe that photography is not only a work of art, but also a mirror allowing people to see perspectives of events that they might not have seen before. Photos paired with an engaging story enhance readers’ understanding of what’s going on in their daily lives. As a photojournalist, I strive to capture current affairs, […]

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Local photography exhibit featuring student work goes digital

A local high school art teacher has come up with a unique photography challenge for her students. No matter the skill behind the lens, the works of 21 Sandwich high school students are on display for the enjoyment of the community. “I was a little afraid of the camera,” says Grade 11 student Madison Vazzoler. […]

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Tech tools are now ‘part of everyday life’ for teachers – School News Network

Editor’s note: Despite the many hurdles of the COVID-19 pandemic, teachers have seen positives shine through in the lessons – and gifts – they have experienced after being forced to try new things. This school year, School News Network is sharing the experiences of Kent ISD teachers. We’d love to hear yours too. Please email […]

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Behind the lens: Paula Zanter-Stout is passionate about photography.

LAKE MOSES – Paula Zanter-Stout said she has loved photography ever since her mother gave her a camera. The camera was a Christmas present when she was in elementary school, she said, and she took photos of her friends, events and experiences, and the scenery around her home in Michigan. “My sister and brother-in-law gave […]

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Celebrity cases must be a lesson to fans – Opinion

Huang Wei, left, better known as Viya, sells dried persimmons during a livestream session in Shanxi province to help boost local farm incomes. [Photo/China Daily] One after another, celebrities shocked fans with their dishonesty and questionable activities. Last on the list is Huang Wei, popularly known as Viya, who was asked to pay a staggering […]

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photography studio receives small business of the month award for December | Press Releases

McGilvrey Fine Portraits was chosen as the recipient of the RiverBend Growth Association Small Business of the Month award for December 2021. Photographer George McGilvrey notes that one of his studio’s unique offerings is the prints and albums they provide to clients. “We’re proud to offer prints and albums, so people can enjoy them for […]

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Column: Outside the Lens gives people with intellectual disabilities the tools to create and live

In his work as an intern with San Diego’s new Media Makers program Outside the goal, Alan Brockington is thrilled to be able to hone his media skills. In addition to attending staff meetings and influencing the program, Brockington assists media educator Kevin Tung with the program’s introductory film analysis class. But like everyone involved […]

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Lesson for the Day: “Why Are More Black Children Suicidal?” A search for answers. ‘

4. What data does the article reveal about the links between suicide and race, gender and sexuality? What is your reaction to the statistics included in the article? 5. What are the reasons why there has been a lack of research specifically addressing racial and ethnic differences in youth suicide ideas, plans or attempts? 6. […]

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Santa Barbara and Beyond: Mike Eliason’s Spectacular New Photography Book has arrived

By Jerry Roberts of Newsmakers “I don’t have the patience to fish,” says Mike Eliason, “but I can sit there for 90 minutes while I wait for the light to turn on. “ Eliason, one of Santa Barbara’s most famous photojournalists, dropped by “Newsmakers TV” on Friday to preview his new book (Shoreline Publishing Group) […]

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Kerry Bass photography is just a hobby, but a passion

PASCAGOULA, Mississippi – One of the highlights of Mississippi Press staff each week during the fall come on Friday evening / Saturday morning when freelance photographer Kerry Bass’s weekly email arrives. The email will simply say “Take a look” followed by a link to an online case. Inside that folder will be over a dozen […]

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Wiles drives business, life for the love of photography

Holly Wiles describes herself on her website as a “one woman show”, an accurate portrayal of this wife, mother and entrepreneur. Wiles, who runs Holly Danielle Photography, has a love of photography that led her to work behind the scenes on the reality show “Toddlers and Tiaras” to start her own business, she says. “I’ve […]

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Lesson for the Day: The Forgotten History of Residential Schools

U.S. high school students can get free digital access to the New York Times until September 1, 2021. Lesson overview Featured Resources: For this lesson, students can read the article “Lives Lost, Culture Lost: The Forgotten History of Residential Schools“or listen to the Daily episode”State sponsored abuse in Canada”From the beginning until 11:40 am. (Note […]

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Transfer Brendan Radley-Hiles receiving a tough lesson in defeat in first season with UW Huskies

In Oklahoma’s first year, there were two losses. Ditto for years 2 and 3. Two of these defeats occurred during the college football qualifiers, including one in overtime. High school was even better. Unbeaten in second year at Bishop Gorman in Las Vegas, then 14-1 in junior in Calabasas (Calif.), Then undefeated in senior at […]

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Local students receive a heritage lesson with the canoe project

Native birch bark canoe builder spent three weeks at St. Theresa Catholic High School to help students build a 12 foot birch bark canoe A Midland high school recently hosted a master craftsman to help students build an authentic birch bark canoe. Chuck Commanda, an Aboriginal birchbark canoe builder from Quebec, spent three weeks at […]

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2021 RF + WPPI Tips & Trends for Family Portrait Photography

As family portrait shots moved from department stores to photographic studios, intimate settings, and beautiful outdoor locations, the trend for emotional and authentic images began to reign. It was this sector of photography, alongside wedding and newborn photography, that suffered the most in 2020, according to a report released in December by British electronics chain […]

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2021 RF + WPPI High School Senior Portrait Photography Tips & Trends

While social media platforms like Instagram and Pinterest have made high school kids more demanding when it comes to imagery, it’s no surprise that the “classic” portrait of high school kids has turned into a highly personalized production. For example, Audrey Wulard’s edgy and unpretentious style has put her on the map for her young […]

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The Shadow Archive: An Investigation of Vernacular Portrait Photography

The Shadow Archive: An Investigation of Vernacular Portrait Photography is an exhibition at the Walther Collection in New York City that examines the uses of photography to document, record, and identify individuals from the 1850s to the present day. The Shadow Archives inaugurates the collection’s series of multi-year exhibitions focused on the history of vernacular […]