I'll be completely honest; back in mid-2016, I had zero clue that Olympus was still a camera company making modern digital cameras. I had only heard of their iconic Olympus OM-1 Film Camera from the 1970s that was popularized by photojournalists and street photographers at the time. (Fun fact: Most iPhone and Android keyboards use … Continue reading 3 Reasons I Switched to Olympus OMD From Canon EOS: A User’s Experience
Let's face it, the world is in a weird place right now. Covid-19, more commonly referred to as the Corona Virus, is making its way across nations, infecting people at an outstanding rate, and forcing many countries to call for their citizens to stay at home to reduce the number of infected in relation to available … Continue reading Advice for Getting Through Social Distancing & Quarantine
For the past 3 months, I’ve been cast into a project that has challenged me to think critically and push past my own limits as an editor and cinematographer. At the heart of it, (F)Empowered is a documentary created to help young women understand their own place within the larger Feminist Movement that continues to … Continue reading FEmpowered Documentary: Women’s Bodies and Self-Empowerment
Fans of the beloved Dragon Ball Super series were shocked a few weeks back when Akira Toriyama, creator of Dragon Ball, announced that the next episode will be a 1-hour long special. The long awaited fight between Goku and Jiren in the Universal Survival Tournament Arc will take place across two episodes premiered back-to-back. It … Continue reading Dragon Ball Super 1-Hour Long Special Delayed in North America
It all begins from word of mouth where a simple “he said she said” can turn into hatred between groups, nations falling apart, or even someone losing their life. Rumors and little white lies have been around since humans have gained the ability to speak and stories that sound true but are figments of a … Continue reading A Look at the History of Fake News
My friend Maggie and I decided to take advantage of the extra long weekend, caused by snow days, by taking some outdoor portraits. While the weather was rough, I think the photos came out looking beautiful. For you camera buffs out there, I was shooting with my Canon T3i at ISO 100. Even though it … Continue reading Portraits with Maggie: Quick Advise for Photographers
Fake news and alternative facts have begun to raise in power as the field of journalism continues to be tested to its limits.
Newly elected President Donald Trump and his administration are at the heart of a crackdown on journalism, by calling out a multitude of news organizations on their credibility. The same news organizations that millions of Americans had previously seen as trustworthy. Organizations such as the New York Times, CNN, and the Washington Post are getting scrutinized by President Trump as being outlets that do nothing but spread false claims in an effort to make him and his policies look bad.
Graffiti is not a new phenomenon in the United States. At one point, New York City's subway system was a hot spot for large amounts of vandalism on trains, pillars, and walls. After a five year initiative beginning in 1984 to clean up graffiti around the city, the culture began to die out as … Continue reading Graffiti in the South Bronx: Art or a Crime?
Join us as we discuss bans, the jungle, Courage of the Colossus, and Gangplank in this episode of the League of Legends podcast hosted by Jonathan Peters. New episode every week. Be sure to share and comment to join in the discussion. Download MP3 Link Dump Lee Sin Season 2 Jungle Spirit Stone and Spirit … Continue reading League of Legends Podcast Episode 1