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|Sunday, October 3rd, 2010|
SOS! World chess champion Galina Shliahtich is dying! Journalists, Sponsors, she urgently needs help
SOS! Многократная чемпионка мира по шахматам Галина Шляхтич умирает! Журналисты, спонсоры, срочно требуется помощь!!!
SOS! World chess champion Galina Shliahtich is dying! Journalists, Sponsors, She urgently needs help! She wants to live http://bit.ly/91vZRC
SOS! Багаторазова чемпіонка світу з шахів Галина Шляхтич вмирає! Журналісти, спонсори, терміново потрібна допомога! http://bit.ly/bdbsWd
SOS! Schachweltmeister Galina Shliahtich liegt im Sterben! Journalisten, Sponsoren, sie braucht dringend Hilfe! Sie will leben! http://bit.ly/bn5X22
SOS! World champion d'échecs Galina Shliahtich se meurt! Les journalistes, commanditaires, elle a un besoin urgent d'aide! Elle veut vivre http://bit.ly/czPROG
SOS! Campione mondiale di scacchi Galina Shliahtich sta morendo! I giornalisti, sponsor, ha urgente bisogno di aiuto! http://bit.ly/ceI58t
SOS!!! Campeón mundial de ajedrez Galina Shliahtich se está muriendo! Periodistas, patrocinadores, Ella necesita ayuda! http://bit.ly/d2IPC5
SOS! World sjakk Galina Shliahtich er dø! Journalister, Sponsorer, må hun raskt hjelp! Hun ønsker å leve! http://bit.ly/a3n3bs
SOS! Shakin maailmanmestari Galina Shliahtich kuolee! Toimittajia, Sponsorit, hän tarvitsee kipeästi apua! Hän haluaa elää! http://bit.ly/buTfhl
|Tuesday, January 19th, 2010|
Hello everyone. This will be my first post here. As a young (18) new college student at my community college, I have rather large dreams. Becoming a photojournalist. I'm working on getting my associates in about a year, then moving to NYC. I was just wanted to ask some questions from fellow photojournalist who probably have more experience than me. (Both in the field and in life)( Questions...Collapse )
|Sunday, November 29th, 2009|
|Tuesday, August 4th, 2009|
Such fights are spent annually in the beginning of spring when at birds there comes the marriage period. Geese of different age categories — from a year fight (them name adapters) till four years, and also is more senior five. Goose fight is deprived cruelty, and the bloodsheds, all losses are reduced to down and feathers. Lethal outcomes are excluded. Goose fights were considered as a traditional Russian fun which has appeared in XVI century. Before revolution goose fights were very popular in Russia, but after 1917 the tradition has died. And only inhabitants of Pavlova have managed to save up fighting geese. Is, the truth, goose fights in Tula and Chuvashiya - but all not that. Even in days of the Great Patriotic War hunters starved, giving the modest soldering to birds. The first fight after war has taken place in 1946. On factory owners of geese the militia hunted. To the Soviet power for some reason the national entertainment has suited not to taste. Fights were arranged illegal. Chiefs considered that geese fight for money, and all time tried to cover this underground tote. They did not understand Russian soul. In Pavlovo the legend about a gander which till 20 years continued to participate in fights goes and was invincible to the death. But gusevody-professionals consider these cock-and-bull stories as fables. And fighting geese find eternal rest in tombs. Whom the truck will knock down, whom the dog will tear to pieces. Elderly geese are silly. I think that if they all life fought, any dog it not the contender. Dangerous error, however ». (с) Alexander Padalkin
photo: Beznosov Mikhail (firstname.lastname@example.org; www.beznosov.com)
full story here
|Saturday, February 21st, 2009|
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|Thursday, January 8th, 2009|
|Wednesday, September 24th, 2008|
SPIN Magazine Looking for International Correspondents
My name is Patricia Wysopal and I am the International Correspondent Coordinator here at SPIN Magazine (www.spin.com) in San Francisco/ New York. We are looking for fun writers who are familiar with their local music scene and would be willing to regularly submit stories, photographs and videos from the following European cities.
I thought maybe you or someone you know would be interested in this amazing opportunity. SPIN is launching a new global program within the next few months and we are trying to recruit potential writers/photographers to contribute content. The submitted material will be moderated by regional editors, who will provide feedback and advice to the reporters. Although we won't have the infrastructure prepared for submissions until the end of the year, we'd like to have an idea of who's willing to contribute. We will be paying writers, photographers and videographers a small sum for their efforts. Opportunities will be available by the end of the year. If you're interested please send the following things to me at email@example.com as soon as possible.
1) picture of yourself (for our International Correspondent Profiles)
2) short bio including your location, any writing/video/photography experience you have
3) description of your local music scene
Feel free to contact me anytime with questions. Thank you very much for your time!
SPIN | International Correspondent Coordinator
59 Grant Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94108
Office: 415.362.7797 x291
|Tuesday, September 9th, 2008|
|Thursday, August 21st, 2008|
|Tuesday, August 5th, 2008|
##### сыграют в родной Белоруссии
В конце августа – начале сентября ##### раскачает самые большие клубы самых больших белорусских городов: в рамках фестиваля «Go-Fest Альтернатива есть!» группа выступит в Минске (2 сентября – «Реактор»), Витебске (3 сентября – «Энергия»), Бресте (31 августа – ДК Профсоюзов), Гомеле (30 августа – «ГЦК»), Могилеве (4 сентября – «Лига»), Гродно (1 сентября – «Космос»). Эти концерты должны напомнить белорусской молодежи, что альтернатива по-прежнему есть и борьбу с тоталитарным режимом никто не отменял.
|Sunday, July 13th, 2008|
Ok, here’s the first of several photo essays. Now keep in mind that this is only go to be up a VERY short time. In a few days, I’m going to delete the temp directory, and once that happens, that’s the end of this entry. Well, the entry will remain, but the pictures will be gone. Here’s is a link to pictures from another website while the park was open Off-site pix
. Note, that the link does not go to my website, nor are the pictures on the linked website mine, but rather included as a reference to images from the past. I’ve provided technical details behind this cut. ( Technical informationCollapse )Pictures:
I’ve included the following pictures behind the cut. There are a lot of them, well maybe not so many, but they were all recorded in IR. I took all these pictures. The camera was a Nikon D1i calibrated to a Nikkor 18-70 AF-S VR lens. ( The Haunted CoasterCollapse )Video:
the following YouTube was not done by me. I added it only to show as a contrast what this coaster once was. I make no claim to ownership of the video. ( YouTube ride videoCollapse )
|Friday, July 4th, 2008|
|Sunday, March 16th, 2008|
|Wednesday, March 12th, 2008|
|Friday, February 29th, 2008|
|Monday, January 28th, 2008|
Window of Quebec City
A true photo journalism should have photo, voice, words and music all together.
Let's tell stories in slidecast. What do you think?
|Saturday, January 26th, 2008|
I'm not a photographer, but I am interested in historical combat photography. I thought many of you would like to know about this article - it will appear in tomorrow's New York Times:
The Capa Cache
TO the small group of photography experts aware of its existence, it was known simply as “the Mexican suitcase.” And in the pantheon of lost modern cultural treasures, it was surrounded by the same mythical aura as Hemingway’s early manuscripts, which vanished from a train station in 1922.
The suitcase — actually three flimsy cardboard valises — contained thousands of negatives of pictures that Robert Capa, one of the pioneers of modern war photography, took during the Spanish Civil War before he fled Europe for America in 1939, leaving behind the contents of his Paris darkroom.
And that is where they remained hidden for more than half a century until last month, when they made what will most likely be their final trip, to the International Center of Photography in Midtown Manhattan, founded by Robert Capa’s brother, Cornell. After years of quiet, fitful negotiations over what should be their proper home, legal title to the negatives was recently transferred to the Capa estate by descendants of the general, including a Mexican filmmaker who first saw them in the 1990s and soon realized the historical importance of what his family had.
|Monday, January 14th, 2008|
Photostory about communal flat from Russia (Nizhny Novgorod location near Moscow~ 230 ml)
Picture's no caption.
Autor: Mikhail Beznosov
photojournalist, Nizhny Novgorod
|Sunday, January 13th, 2008|