The most powerful images of Latin America in 2014 Las 20 películas que todo psicólogo debe ver | KickWritter El junio 21, 2014 por Facundo Sanchez @FFacundoSanchez Como hemos mencionado en nuestra notas anteriores, esta lista no expresa nuestro gusto ni calificativo por estas películas. Simplemente, las hemos ordenado y enumerado para poder presentarlas a nuestros lectores. Todas abordan algún desequilibrio psicológico y/o psiquiátrico aunque no podemos relacionar a cada una con uno puntual, ya que en mas de un caso, a algunas películas las podríamos relacionar con uno, dos o mas trastornos. 1-Psicosis (1960) Una joven secretaria, tras cometer un robo en su empresa, huye de la ciudad y, después de conducir durante horas, decide descansar en un pequeño motel de carretera regentado por un tímido joven llamado Norman. 2-El Enigma de Gaspar Hauser (1974) – Disponible en Youtube Alemania, principios del siglo XIX. 3-Vestida para matar (1890) Kate Miller (Angie Dickinson), una mujer con problemas, acude a la consulta del psiquiatra Robert Elliott (Michael Caine) para recibir consejo profesional. 17-Mr.
23 Heartwarming Photos Proving That Your Kids Need A Pet | World of Animals Every kid needs a pet. A pet provides companionship, but did you know that there are other good reasons for letting your child have an animal friend?According to parenting.com, pets also help kids with learning, they encourage nurturing, keep kids healthy, and build up family bonds. This is on top of them providing comfort and giving shy children something to talk about with others. This list features some of the cutest kid-and-pet pictures around.
Photos of the Week: 7/26 - 8/1/2014 This week's edition includes a Canadian hitch-hiking robot, a British pier fire, Swiss Alpine wrestling, Irish Bog Snorkeling, German crop circles, and much more. [35 photos] Use j/k keys or ←/→ to navigate Choose: Workers walk down stairs to a parking structure as water cascades down on them on the UCLA campus after flooding from a broken 30-inch water main under nearby Sunset Boulevard inundated a large area of the campus in the Westwood section of Los Angeles on July 29, 2014. An MV-22B Osprey aircraft flies in view of downtown Seattle on July 28, 2014. Thomas Morfina, member of a youth corps campaigning for peace, performs an act at the sprawling Kibera slum in Nairobi on July 28, 2014. Two spectacled bear cubs play at the zoo in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, on July 28, 2014. Palestinians inspect damage to adjacent houses from a fallen minaret of the Al-Sousi mosque that was destroyed in an Israel strike, at the Shati refugee camp, in the northern Gaza Strip, on, July 30, 2014.
The 18 Best Philosophical Movies of All Time Whether realizing the art form of filmmaking or not, directors and writers often use their preferred visual medium to tell a story. Ideologies, theories or whatever form of message is always decoded in this visual medium in hopes that the audience gets the message. The secret of making a successful film, especially when telling a story, is to avoid preaching. From Mel Gibson to Seth Macfarlene, Federico Fellini to Ridley Scott and of course Hitchcock, their movies have messages, from symbolist storytelling to clever subtext dialogues. Here’s a list of some of the movies that have philosophical messages encoded for the audience. 1. Hitchcock, the master of suspense, toys with his audience, repels and lures them to a world of shock. Starring in this underrated classic are James Stewart, Farley Granger and John Dall. This is an anti-existentialist movie, and James Stewart discovers to his horror that, following existentialism principles, two of his students have killed their classmate. 2.
Iconic Images From 125 Years Of The National Geographic Society Published 28 January 2013 In January 1888, a small group of scientists and enthusiasts founded the National Geographic Society (NGS) with the aim of creating “a society for the increase and diffusion of geographic knowledge." The first issue of the magazine was published in October 1888. Gilbert H. By setting off a camera trap, a female tiger captures her own image in Bandhavgarh National Park in India in 1995. The “Ice Maiden,” the 500-year-old mummy of a young Inca girl found on a Peruvian mountaintop by archaeologist and National Geographic explorer-in-residence Johan Reinhard. Three figures on camelback behold the pyramids of Giza in 1938. The National Geographic Society flag unfurls aboard a prewar Noah’s ark: The "M.S. The first American team to summit Mount Everest in 1963 included "National Geographic’s" Barry Bishop. The National Geographic-Army Air Corps stratosphere balloon "Explorer II" prepares to rise from the Stratobowl near Rapid City, South Dakota on November 11, 1935.
Beginner Photography Courses and Tutorials | PhotographyCourse.net - Learning Made Simple. | Free Digital Photography Courses, Lessons, and Tutorials HomeBeginner Photography Course Overview – Syllabus Our beginner photography classes are created to be quick and easy to understand for beginner photographers – even those that feel they are beyond help of being able to understand their camera. Our lessons will help you understand the basics of light and how your eye fixes lighting. How to get your camera to catch what your eye sees to produce better pictures. Lesson 1: Light & The Photographer In this lesson we look at light, the primary tool for the photographer Lesson 2: Light and the Human Eye It’s fascinating to learn how the human eye processes light! Lesson 3: Photographic Lenses This lesson will cover a basic discussion of lenses and some good tips on lens use and care. Lesson 4: Exposure Control Understanding exposure is fundamental to photography Lesson 5: ISO Camera Setting ISO Settings can be confusing, start here and you will understand everything you need to know. Lesson 6: Shutter Speed Settings Hate blurry photographs? Goals
Photos of the Week: 8/30-9/5/2014 This week we have a look at the West Indian Day Parade in Brooklyn, Ecuador's still-erupting Tungurahua volcano, Iraqi forces taking the battle to ISIS, the massive Jurong Rock Caverns below Singapore, a kitesurfing world record in Spain, and an 82-foot-tall white rabbit in Taiwan, as well as many other subjects. [35 photos] Use j/k keys or ←/→ to navigate Choose: Leng Yuting, 26, poses underwater for her wedding pictures at a photo studio in Shanghai on September 3, 2014, ahead of her wedding next year. In this aerial view, fountains of lava, up to 60 meters high, spurt from a fissure in the ground on the north side of the Bardarbunga volcano in Iceland on September 2, 2014. A dancer poses for a photograph during the West Indian Day Parade in Brooklyn, New York, on September 1, 2014. A three-week-old female White Rhinoceros runs with her mother Tanda, 21, at the Ramat Gan Safari, an open-air zoo near Tel Aviv, on September 3, 2014.
10 dramas imprescindibles que posiblemente no hayas visto -El Cine en la Sombra Lilja Forever (2002) Lilja es una joven de 16 años que vive en la antigua Unión Soviética. Abandonada por su madre, se encuentra en una situación límite. Sin embargo, un rayo de esperanza aparece con la llegada de Andrei, quien le promete una vida nueva en Suecia. La mejor película de Lukas Moodysson es este desgarrador drama social, repleto de escenas bellísimas y secuencias horrendas. Juegos secretos (Little Children, 2006) Las vidas de varias personas que conviven en un barrio se entrecruzan de forma constante y con resultados muy diferentes. Todd Field es un grandísimo director. Pocos cineastas trabajan tan bien la atmósfera de un film como él. En la habitación (In the Bedroom, 2001) La segunda película de Todd Field en la lista, la primera de su carrera. Nominada a 5 Oscars, fue sin embargo olvidada muy pronto. Las vidas de Grace (Short Term 12, 2013) Gracetrabaja en un centro de acogida donde viven adolescentes en situación de vulnerabilidad. Stockholm (2013) Muy dura y muy buena.