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New York Reporter Arrested “After He Refused Orders To Leave The Area”

(7 years ago)
A reporter from the Post-Star newspaper in New York was arrested for trying to get information from police after a murder-suicide last week.David Taube, who writes the Chapel Chat section of the news site, was arrested four hours after the incident had been reported because "he refused orders to leave the area.”This at a time when the bodies were removed and the crime tape was removed and the roads were re-opened to traffic.But the Warren County Sheriff's Office still charged with obstruction of governmental administration, the same charge Emily Good was slapped with after she videotaped Rochester cops from her front yard.Good’s charges were dropped and it is likely Taube’s charges will be dropped because the investigation was already over.The Post-Star, a 29,000 circulation newspaper covering the Adirondack region of New York, published an editorial vowing they will fight the charges.“ We plan on aggressively fighting these charges in the weeks ahead since our reporter was doing nothing more than reporting on a tragic story.”We understand the stress that law enforcement and first responders have during these tragic incidents, but the arrest took place on a public road, four hours after the incident and there was no police tape around the scene.“ When arrested, our reporter was asking police officers on a public road questions. That is what thousands of reporters do every day in this country without being arrested.”This was a[..]

FS: Lodima Fine Art paper (Australia)

(7 years ago)
I've decided to shelve my plans to use Lodima paper due to the cost and hassle of obtaining Amidol here. For sale are two unopened boxes of 8x10...

Snape Malting's.

(7 years ago)
Snape Maltings is part of Snape, Suffolk, U.K., best known for its concert hall, which is one of...

Vasco da Gama bridge

(7 years ago)
Vasco da Gama Bridge is 17km (11 miles) long (10km/6 miles of which pass over water), making it the...

Prague - Old Town Square

(7 years ago)
The last of a 4 shots serie of Prague in HDR.

Scooty Boy

(7 years ago)
Yesterday when I was waiting for my friend I saw this boy doing interseting driving... I try to...

White tree, red rocks

(7 years ago)
Redbank Gorge is one of those places that should have lots of visitors, given the brilliant colours...

How to Use Remote Flash Triggers in Photography

(7 years ago)
As photographers we spend a lot of time playing with light. Light is our medium, we talk about its color, its quality, its size and its softness. And a lot of our talk is about how to change it. One of the first things that a novice photographer tires of and wants to change is the boring, flat light that their camera flash produces. While there are any number of devices that can filter or shape light one of the biggest groups of light changers are the remote flash triggers. At the most basic level one of the fastest ways to change flash light from flat and boring is to move its position. Once the flash is moved off of the top of our camera it loses the vital connections required to make it fire.

Landscape and Nature Photography Tips

(7 years ago)
You have found the perfect location and the view in front of you is breathtaking, you take some photos and then get them developed. What you have taken fails to live up it the view you remember, everything is a bit lifeless! Does this sound familiar? If it does then here are some basic tips that will transform the way you take photos. Before long you will be printing them, framing them, hanging them, and showing them off to anyone that comes to your house. The best light for taking landscape photography is first thing and morning or just before sunset. When the sun is lower in the sky it gives a better, less harsh, quality of light that will give you good starting point for your photo.

Catchlights in Photography

(7 years ago)
Maybe you have questioned as to why quite a few of your pictures seem lifeless, monotonous or empty? Look at the picture; examine if the eyes of your subject have a catchlight. If perhaps it doesn't this could possibly be one of the causes for what reason your portrait is visually monotonous. A catchlight, or often called eyelights, is referred to the depiction of the chief source of light that tends to make an unusual glimmer or flicker. This glint could be frequently located in the eyes of the subject per se. This may be a fundamental factor in contributing life or tone towards your portrait and is seen usually at 10 o'clock or 2 o'clock in the eyes, where it animates your subject most effectively.
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