How To Take Sports Photos With The Canon PowerShot

I took a stab at sports photography after 15 years of working hundreds of events in different capacities as a freelance video tech, scorekeeper, game staffer, and even autograph line monitor. I never tried being on that side of the lens before, but I learned how to take sports photos with the Canon PowerShot over a handful of baseball games. A few weeks later, I wound up with a photo credit on the back cover of a local newspaper.

xx Debut Album: A Track-By-Track Review

August 14, 2019 marks the tenth anniversary of The xx debut album. The self-titled collaboration between Romy Croft, Oliver Sim, and Jamie xx is an astounding effort from the U.K. dream pop group. xx blends intimacy, minimalism, and musicality at an extraordinary level that resonates a decade later.

True Crime Documentaries On Netflix

Watching true crime stories is an intense viewing experience. The violence of the acts are enough to provoke nausea, frustration, and grief. Here are true crime documentaries on Netflix that make you wonder WTF?

Bo Burnham’s Movie Eighth Grade Explores Differences In Generation Z

Despite what box office numbers show, a film can make an impact without having a hero, archvillain, or CGI. Bo Burnham’s Eighth Grade is one of these movies. The piece drops its audience into the everyday life of a middle schooler. Viewing preteen experiences in modern times is revelatory despite the unappealing concept of reliving adolescence.

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