>With great power comes great responsibility. Fortunately,
you're not Spider-Man, so this doesn't really apply to you. But you
do wield a certain form of power with that smartphone you're
carrying–the power to freeze people in time forever!
Mwa-ha-ha-ha! In other words, you can take pictures. But if you're
like most amateur photographers, you're making mistakes that can
result in less-than-stellar snaptshots. Fortunately, the big ones
are easily corrected. Here are three free and easy ways to improve
the way you shoot people. (Wait, that came out wrong…)1. Zoom with
your feet Most smartphones offer a zoom feature, which can help if
you're far away from your subject. However, in most cases it's a
digital zoom, meaning the image sensor is merely cropping away the
outside of the shot and enlarging the center. That's bad for a
If you have children or you yourself are planning on receiving a higher level of education at a university, then I’m sure you’re seeing dollar signs.
When I was in high school, the constant question was if I would attend a public or private institution and if it was in-state or out-of-state. If I went to an in-state public school, it would be a lot cheaper than the in-state private school and the in-state private school would be cheaper than the out-of-state private school, primarily
Josh Kaufman, a 28-year-old self-proclaimed “independent business educator,” made headlines this month after speaking out against business schools, saying that MBA programs “teach many worthless, outdated, even outright damaging concepts and practices” and are pretty much a waste of time and money. Essentially, Kaufman believes that with a dedication to self-education you can accomplish any goal that you set for yourself in life and in business.
A quick search for jobs in