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Assignment 4: Short Essay

Credit: Thomas P. Peschak/ Save our Seas Foundation

“Keep your love of nature, for that is the true way to understand art more and more.” …

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Assignment 4

Thomas Peschak: which work and why

In researching the ILCP and later on Thomas Peschak I found many great photographs on which to focus. As my tutor said, I am allowed to focus on one or a maximum of two works in this assignment. 2,596 more words

Assignment 4

Assignment 4: Research

Looking back onto the theme of what is art, focused on photography of course, I knew what I wanted to do. One photography style which has started many a debate: … 3,046 more words

Why Weren't We Ready For The Coronavirus?

Updated July 4, 2020 08:17 am

Reading an article published in the July 2020 edition of National Geographic entitled “Why Weren’t We Ready for This Virus?” … 1,398 more words



‘Geography’ someone once wrote ‘is best learned through the soles of your boots’

That’s a sentiment I agree with heartily, and I think it could also apply if you substituted the word ‘history’. 353 more words


La Ciudad de Mendoza como destino sugerido por National Geographic

La Ciudad forma parte de un itinerario que esta entidad mundialmente reconocida recomienda para el mes de septiembre. 303 more words

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A matter of inches sometimes separates "good" from "best" photo

While this illustration is not likely to appear in a gallery or screensaver any time soon, it does show what happens when the lens position moves a very slight distance in relation to the subject in the frame. 497 more words