5 Ways Pop Culture Has Transformed Photography

5 Ways Pop Culture Has Transformed Photography
Thanks to the ever improving quality of smartphone cameras and photo-sharing social media outlets like Instagram, everyone is now a photographer. Instagram filters and editing apps like Snapseed and VSCO Cam allow users to quickly create sometimes quite …
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Action figure & toy models photography tips
Action figure / toy photography is a relatively new genre of photography that has risen in popularity in recent years. Photos often feature well-known characters in unusual situations, or playing characters from different ‘universes’ off against one another.
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13 Tips For Beautiful & Tempting iPhone Food Photography
Food makes an excellent subject for still life iPhone photography, and you can achieve some incredibly artistic results. But great food photography means more than just snapping what’s on your dinner plate. Just like any other photography genre, there …
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LUCKYRICE Asian Food & Culture Festival Returns to NYC in May

LUCKYRICE Asian Food & Culture Festival Returns to NYC in May
Mark your calendars for the first week of May, because the LUCKYRICE Festival is back in town, bringing with it top chefs from Asia, Hawaii and across the United States, for a week of Asian food and culture events that take the concept of food festivals …
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Oberlin Students Think Americanized Asian Food Is Cultural Appropriation. They’re So Wrong.
Americanized Chinese food is not cultural appropriation. Photo Illustration by Joe Raedle/Getty Images When I was little, my Singaporean-Chinese family used to go out for dim sum in L.A.’s Chinatown. Squished between a million other families, we’d sit …
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America’s Hunger For Asian Food May Finally Be Catching Up To Danielle Chang
Talk about being ahead of the curve. Danielle Chang brought the first Asian-style night market to Brooklyn back in 2010, long before regional Thai and Vietnamese became buzzy cuisines in major American cities, and a full half-decade before Anthony Bourdain …
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Spring festival guide: From food to music to culture, it’s all fair game

cusineSpring festival guide: From food to music to culture, it’s all fair game
DEWEY BALFA CAJUN AND CREOLE HERITAGE WEEK: Vermilionville Living History and Folklife Park, 300 Fisher Road, Lafayette. “The Greatest Week of Cajun and Creole Culture on the Planet!” forklore workshops and culinary celebrations. Prices vary …
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Food Truck Friday cruises back into town April 8
Following huge success from its debut year, Food Truck Friday will return this spring. The event will kick off April 8, in the parking lot at Epworth United Methodist Church in Rehoboth Beach. It will run from 4 to 7 p.m. every second and fourth Friday …
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Lowcountry Cajun Festival
The 25th Annual Lowcountry Cajun Festival returns to James Island County Park on Sunday, April 3, 2016 from 12 – 6 p.m. Bringing Louisiana living to the Lowcountry, the Cajun Festival is a full-day of music, Cajun and Creole foods, children’s …
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