Exclusive 14 Aug 2018, 10:54 IST SHARE If you are a long-time fan of hard rock, then you ought to be very familiar with the New York City band Living Colour. Hit singles like "Cult Of Personality," "Love Rears Its Ugly Head," "Time's Up" and "Leave It Alone" continue to live on with radio airplay. Yet Living Colour is far from living in the past, as the quartet released a new studio album last year, 2017's Shade.Many people rediscovered Living Colour when former WWE Superstar CM Punk began using "Cult Of Personality" as his ring entrance music. But as it turns out, the WWE stage wasn't the first time that Punk had used "Cult Of Personality" in a sports setting. This was addressed when I spoke with Living Colour guitarist Vernon Reid by phone.Follow Sportskeeda for the latest WWE news, rumors and all other wrestling news.Outside of Living Colour -- which also includes vocalist Corey Glover, drummer Will Calhoun, and bassist Doug Wimbish -- Reid is also an accomplished … [Read more...] about Living Colour’s Vernon Reid talks CM Punk, John McEnroe, Prince and photography
A photo by Lam Dien Trung from Tra Vinh, which wins the gold medal (Source: http://dbscl.lienhoananhkhuvuc.vn) An Giang (VNA) – The 33rd Mekong Delta photography festival, spotlighting the local people and land along with regional development, opened in Chau Doc city, An Giang province, on August 8. Lasting until August 23, the event features the exhibition of 230 photos taken by 278 photographers at Chau Doc’s photography centre and at the Trung Nu Vuong Square in Long Xuyen city. The photos on display have been selected from 2,408 works that the organising board received from 303 photographers living across 13 Mekong Delta cities and provinces during the past six months. A photo by Nguyen Doan Ket from Kien Giang, which wins the gold medal of the black&white category (Source: http://dbscl.lienhoananhkhuvuc.vn) A photo by Trieu Hon Vo from Soc Trang, which wins the silver medal of the black&white category (Source: http://dbscl.lienhoananhkhuvuc.vn) Most of … [Read more...] about Photography festival highlights beauty of Mekong Delta
Viet Nam News We had a chat with RooM to find out more about their business, thoughts on stock photography and where the future might take us. RooM the Agency is one of the notable companies contributing to Focused Collection stock photo service. Could you tell us more about RooM the Agency, the essence of this project, the early beginnings and where you are now? In such a crowded marketplace, how do you position and differentiate yourself? What are some features or services that are unique to your agency? How many photographers actively contribute to your platform? How do you find and choose them? Could you tell us more about your photographers? Do they work full time as professionals or do you also have enthusiasts? Do you have a strict photo selection process? Is the technically perfect shot more important than an atmospheric one? What made you decide to start a mobile image collection? Does mobile photography sell well on your platform and what is the target … [Read more...] about ROOM THE AGENCY: Is free stock photography the future?
Film photography is alive and well, and Cassidy Osborne is living proof.Osborne started photographing weddings 10 years ago on a digital camera, but her work took an unexpected turn after her own wedding photos were shot on film.“When I got the images back, I couldn’t deny that they just looked magical. I quickly called (the wedding photographer), and she walked me through how to get started. That was seven years ago,” said Osborne, who goes by Cassidy Brooke for her photography.Osborne isn’t the only Colorado Springs photographer still breathing life onto film. About 70 to 100 rolls are dropped off every week at Mike’s Camera, and 20 to 30 are taken to Cameraworks down the street.Film cameras are used mostly by two groups: Older people who never switched to digital, and 20-somethings who long for an analog renaissance, said John Vinson, a customer service representative at Cameraworks.“Go down to a store like Independent Records and see how much … [Read more...] about Film photography is not dead in Colorado Springs
PUBLISHED: 10:42 31 July 2018 | UPDATED: 10:42 31 July 2018 Jessica Frank-Keyes How Hill, by Liz Akers. Photo: Liz Akers Archant A Norfolk photography society has awarded prizes to three members at their annual exhibition. Abandoned Scottish Bothy, by Lizzie Wallis. Photo: Lizzie WallisMembers of the North Norfolk Photographic Society displayed their prints and digital images in the Church Hall in Holt from Tuesday, July 24, to Friday, July 27.Visitors were invited to vote for their favourite photograph, with Liz Akers’ image of How Hill chosen as the winner. And on the evening of Wednesday, July 25, the club gathered to present those who had done well in competitions over the year with awards.The results were totted up to determine Photographer of the Year in the novice and advanced classes.Catching Flies, by Lizzie Wallis. Photo: Lizzie WallisLizzie Wallis was awarded Advanced Photographer of the Year and Val Dawson was Photographer of the Year in … [Read more...] about North Norfolk photography society hold annual exhibition