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How To: Create 'Light and Airy Wedding and Portrait Photos

Chelsea Nicole Photography   Monday February 28, 2022

Wedding can be profound and solemn, but light and airy wedding photography is popular with clients as well, and a new video from Chelsea Nicole Photography explains three essentials for shooting the natural style in demand these days. There’s also a Light & Airy Style Guide.   Read the full Story >>

In Focus: Black Riders Reclaiming a Place in Cowboy Culture

npr   Monday February 28, 2022

Growing up in Mississippi, Justin Hardiman remembers going to his grandmother's house and watching his family members ride horses. But it wasn't until he was 15 that his father took him to his first Black rodeo. Today, at age 32, he not only rides at rodeos put on by his uncle but also documents them as part of his work as a Mississippi-based photographer, notes NPR. “[I]t's a big part of Mississippi culture and a big part of my childhood and my adulthood now. My uncle has brought [that culture] back," Hardiman says.   Read the full Story >>

Social News: Instagram Adds Private Likes for Stories to Help Clean Up DMs

PetaPixel   Monday February 28, 2022

Instagram is bringing a change to Stories: Instead of all reactions automatically appearing in the recipient’s inbox, users can now like a Story without sending a message and all likes can only be visible to the Story owner, notes PetaPixel. Despite the recent data privacy issues Meta faces in Europe, it hasn’t slowed down Instagram in rolling out a number of new updates, including a bulk archive and delete feature, adds PP.   Read the full Story >>

Art News: AP Halts Sales of NFT Sale After Outcry

ARTnews   Monday February 28, 2022

Social media erupted in displeasure after Associated Press tweeted it would be selling an NFT of a short video by photojournalist Felipe Dana featuring migrants crowded together on a raft in the Mediterranean Sea. Criticized for trying to profit from human misery, the news agency later cancelled the sale of Dana’s video, notes Art News. “This was a poor choice of imagery for an NFT,” said an AP spokesman. AP announced early in 2022 that it would begin selling NFTs of photography and other work to support the work of its journalists.     Read the full Story >>

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