As my good friend and Post colleague Matt Starkey once said, "Protests are the sports of news."
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About 1,000 people attended the "Emergency Protest against Trump's ban on Muslims coming to the U.S." at John Glenn Columbus International Airport on Sunday, according to the Columbus Dispatch.
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In this day and age, we hear all kinds of things about watching what we post on social media. For photographers, it's even more critical. I've been using Instagram since 2010 and Twitter since 2012. Granted, I didn't always use my social media to promote my brand or anything. I mostly used them to share random photos and retweet memes.
My favorite part about being a photographer is getting to attend every sporting event and being right up next to the players. It's a completely different experience than watching the game from the stands.
Columnist Lauren Bacho discusses what gifts every photographer needs this holiday season.
Cat L’Heureux lives in Nelsonville, Ohio with her three Irish wolfhounds, Walter, Dani and Tom. L’Heureux's oldest Irish wolfhound, Walter – who is three years old – is a fully trained therapy dog and works with The Connection to help kids learn how to read. L’Heureux participates in programs with Walter in libraries across southeastern Ohio and works in schools to make children more comfortable with reading in front of large groups. L’Heureux trains her dogs in Russian so they will only respond to her as their trainer. Her two puppies, Dani and Tom, are 11 months old and are almost as big as Walter; they will most likely grow to be larger than him. Irish wolfhounds grow an inch a day after they are born. L’Heureux likes to take her dogs to the family farm where they get to run around in the fields and play with her mother’s Irish wolfhound, Claire. She says, “it’s good to get them out there and wear them out; it’s a lot easier when they come home tired.”
Columnist Lauren Bacho discusses some new ways to make your holiday family photos more exciting.
Columnist Lauren Bacho discusses the Paris attacks and the photographers covering them.
Columnist Lauren Bacho discusses Tim Tai and the video of University of Missouri students blocking him from the protests in a public area.
Columnist Lauren Bacho discusses the importance of copyright and making sure photographers get credit for their work.
Columnist Lauren Bacho discusses ways to make strangers abroad comfortable with you photographing them.
Columnist Lauren Bacho discusses tips to make your photos more interesting on Instagram.
Columnist Lauren Bacho discusses using pictures with tweets to get more impressions and interactions.
Columnist Lauren Bacho discusses her experience using Instagram and what she hopes to see for the future of Instagram.
Columnist Lauren Bacho discusses the worst kinds of photos to to use as profile pictures on social media.
Columnist Lauren Bacho discusses the proper procedures you should take before you post a picture of yourself on social media.
Columnist Lauren Bacho discusses a substitution for hauling around weighty camera equipment.
Photo editor and columnist Lauren Bacho reveals a new trick for snapping pictures all iPhone users need.
Columnist Lauren Bacho gives advice on how to maximize the effectiveness of pictures on Tinder profiles.