For more than 25 years, members of Canon’s EOL program have shared their knowledge and vision with the photographic community and consumers alike. Whether it is photojournalism, fashion, outdoor and nature, sports, or portraiture, their collective visions have given us unique perspectives of the world and helped hone the skills of professional photographers and enthusiasts through a series of educational initiatives within the program. As photography has evolved over time, so too has Canon’s EOL program, embracing new talent with new perspectives while honoring the masters before them with the exclusive title of Canon Legend.
“We are pleased and proud to welcome these talented photographers to Canon’s iconic Explorers of Light program,” said Tatsuro “Tony” Kano, executive vice president and general manager of the Canon U.S.A., Inc., Imaging Technologies & Communications Group. “The Canon EOL program is a platform for some of the most successful and influential photographers to
Books with LGBTQ themes — from popular children’s book “And Tango Makes Three” to Pulitzer Prize-winner “The Color Purple” — are prominently featured on the American Library Association’s newly released list of the Top 100 Most Banned and Challenged Books of the past decade.
Titles with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer themes, including “George” by Alex Gino, “I Am Jazz” by Jazz Jennings and Jessica Herthel, and “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” by Stephen Chbosky, composed half of the list’s top 20 and about a quarter of the top 100.
The list was released earlier this week by the library association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom, which has been tracking efforts to ban books from libraries and schools for the past 30 years. The release of its latest list coincides with Banned Books Week, an annual event seeking to draw attention to literary censorship.
While some couples think finding their wedding vendors is the most difficult part about planning the big day, it’s actually what comes next that’s the most complicated: signing the contracts. We talked to four different types of big-day professionals to find out what you need to know about each vendor category’s contracts before you enter into a legally binding agreement. Armed with their advice, the contract process should be a lot clearer and more manageable.
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Wedding insurance has grown in popularity with more extravagant and destination weddings.
Typically there are three types of coverage: liability, cancellation, and change of heart.
Usually, your wedding planner or venue will provide a list of providers. Your homeowners insurance may also provide wedding insurance via a rider.
Some wedding insurance providers are explicitly not covering cancellations due to COVID-19.
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For most people, a wedding is one of the most expensive events in their life. It is only prudent to have insurance for such a large investment.
Wedding insurance has always been around, but it has grown
To ensure a seamless shopping experience, customers browsing on the David’s Bridal website can now access 3D and AR visualizations of the company’s 50+ best-selling dresses directly from product pages without downloading a separate app. They can place life-size dresses in their homes and zoom in on elaborate details such as beading, fabric, and trains. Brides who already have their gowns can wear them standing side-by-side with virtual bridesmaid dresses to see which colors and prints match best and take a screenshot to refer to at a later date.
When COVID-19 forced the shutdown of all David’s Bridal stores for the first time in the brand’s 70-year history, the company rapidly innovated with tools to bring the boutique experience online – such as a virtual wedding stylist, Zoey, virtual video appointments, and an innovative online wedding vision board, checklist and website builder. The partnership with Vertebrae
Family in Jacksonville can’t travel to England, but video captures the day
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Family and friends from Northeast Florida and beyond couldn’t come to Mark and Nicola Pollitt’s pandemic lockdown wedding in England, so they passed around a cellphone and had the few people there video it to post on Facebook.
The whole day was a rousing success, even though one of the filmers inadvertently turned the camera backward and filmed themself instead of the wedding for a good 10 minutes.
“This mobile phone was like a hot potato,” Nicola said. “No one wanted to touch it.”
Still, even the weather cooperated — which was hardly a sure thing in notoriously rainy York, the ancient city where the Pollitts were married near the little village where they live.
It was a “magical day,” Nicola said, but one tinged with sadness that family couldn’t be there.
Photography is a vast field, and there are various resources to get information about the best photography tips. Ivan Wong, one of the reputable photographers, has made a strong impression on social media with his unique photography skills. His passion for art has helped push him to grow as a photographer and an expert in the field.
Be it inception style photos, light trail photography, or colourful portraits, this man always leaves people in awe of his breathtaking clicks. Coming from a low-income family, he never knew his potential as a creative person. It was only after moving to New York to start his new job in management consulting when he purchased his first camera. His love for photography grew, which later became his passion and then a profession.
In a time of 3 years, Ivan has gained more than 130K followers on Instagram. His career’s most significant achievement was
CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa., Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — David’s Bridal, the nation’s leading bridal and special occasion retailer, and Vertebrae, the technology leader in 3D & augmented reality (AR) solutions for retail, today unveiled the bridal industry’s most immersive commerce experience yet that brings wedding attire directly into shoppers’ homes through AR. In partnership with Vertebrae, David’s Bridal is the first bridal brand to offer AR in such detail. Customers can view gowns at a full 360-degree angle allowing them to walk around the dresses in their room, see how it will look next to other wedding party outfits, and examine intricate details up-close and personal directly on the website before heading to stores.
To ensure a seamless shopping experience, customers browsing on the David’s Bridal website can now access 3D and AR visualizations of the company’s 50+ best-selling dresses directly from product pages without downloading a separate