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County Antrim, Northern Ireland By Cathal McNaughton When the snow started falling on Thursday afternoon nobody in the Glens of Antrim could have predicted the devastating impact it would have on the farming community.
A recent discussion with a fellow flickrnaut, about image size, has me interested to hear others thoughts and ideas on 'image size' in a web context? Viewing images, and by images I'm talking photography, although paintings and prints fit this idea to a certain extent too, in a gallery context for example, gives many artists a great deal of control on how the images are read by, and impact upon, the viewer. Taking them out of that context , and putting them in/on a web site, is a profoundly different process, with a potentially different outcome. There are several variables to consider when using a web site to view images. Screen Size Graphics Card/resolution Colour controls Navigational elements within the user interface of the web page.
For reasons having nothing to do with religion, my six-year-old recently started attending a Catholic school.
Articles Book Reviews , Photobooks Review: Closed Cities by Gregor Sailer Mar 22, 2013 – Our world divides into places that are public and that are private. The former includes a few that are both at the same time - they are public places, yet they’re closed off. These are the forbidden zones, areas the public - who might, on the surface, actually own them - are not allowed to enter.
© Martha Cooper, from Jessie Wender's wonderful compilation of photos about the Manhattan subway in the current New Yorker blog Photobooth. Martha Cooper: “In the late seventies, I was working on a personal photo project documenting kids on the Lower East Side playing with toys they made from trash,” Cooper told me. “One boy showed me sketches in his notebook, and explained that he was practicing his nickname to paint on a wall.