Monthly Archives: May 2021

Grazing and fire can be important tools to protect the prairie

He prefers the “patch burn” method which only involves specific parts of a given pasture within the ranch by rotation, although he always tries to start a fire on every acre at least every five years, if possible. “Our largest pastures are about 4,000 acres, and the smallest is 1,200 …

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The Ultimate Mamiya Film Camera Shootout

Don’t you just love a good old fashioned photoshoot? Starting a new challenge is not only fun, but it’s a fantastic way to let your creativity run wild – you sink or swim. In Mamiya’s ultimate battle of banksi, we see three photographers competing in the streets of Sydney. The …

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Indonesian hunter-gatherers made tiny sharp tools thousands of years ago

Archaeologists from Griffith University, the University of New England and Balai Arkeologi Sulawesi Selatan examined a collection of stone and bone tools made by the Toaleans, a group of hunter-gatherers who lived on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi between 1,500 and 8,000 years ago. from. An ancient Toalean tool. Image …

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My dream come true: the Kodak Eastman Double-X film now in 120 format. Available at CineStill for photographers for the first time in medium format …!

Four years ago, I began to wonder if a new film at the time, the Bergger Pancro 400, had done the impossible; gave me a BW movie that looked like my beloved Kodak Eastman Double-X 5222 in 120 medium format. It’s approached, but now, in 2021, how about trying the …

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One year after George Floyd’s death, black women urgently need new tools to protect our people from the police – The Undefeated

I dream of ways to protect black children from the police. I imagine scenarios where black people have nothing but mundane stories to tell about traffic stops, and leaving with a ticket is the worst thing that can happen. I am part of a self-empowered order of black women whose …

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20 Lomography Film Photographers You Need To Know! – Analog magazine forever

Lomography is a style of photography that encourages the use of simple, inexpensive, lo-fi analog cameras, which often produce images with distinct color palettes, which the Lomography Company takes to heart. You may know them as producers of popular mainstream films, Kickstarter-produced lenses, and 35mm and 120mm plastic cameras like …

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Why are point-and-shoot movies so popular?

Photography, like everything, has its tendencies that go up and down, seemingly at random. Except it’s never random, and the latest trend in compact film cameras has seen a surge in recent years. If just a few years ago your parents or grandparents gave you their old compact camera from …

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The most overrated and underrated film cameras of 2021

The film’s popularity is still on an upward trajectory with no signs of slowing down. With the ever-changing world of cinema, it’s time to update the list of underrated and overrated film cameras. Before I start, I would like to say that this list contains cameras that I know and …

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Online tools helping the 2SLGBTQ+ community access inclusive health care

WINNIPEG — A new set of free online resources is now available to help members of the 2SLGBTQ+ community access respectful and inclusive health care. The new suite of online tools was developed by Canadian Virtual Hospice in collaboration with 40 2SLGBTQ+ organizations and over 100 people with lived experience. …

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42 – A macro study of expired ORWO N 74 film

Nature will stand the closest inspection. It invites us to put our eyes on its smallest leaf, and to take an insect look on its plain. ~ Henry David Thoreau This film emerges as a direct result of the Covid-19-related quarantine, the nectar of being alone, indoors for 60 days, …

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Digital health tools in diabetes

Technology and mobile health applications can be valuable tools in the management of diabetes. In 2020 in the United States, there were over 30 million people with diabetes, around 7 million who had not been diagnosed, and over 80 million with a diagnosis of prediabetes.1 Diabetes is an extremely common …

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