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Flatiron Building in Downtown Atlanta, Georgia

This is my first shot with a 10x ND filter. The filter allowed me to shoot at ISO200 and F25 for a 30 second exposure. Super sharp and great fountain smoothing. Finished in photoshop.

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Character. That's what most Black And White photos have. Color photos are complex, so we're inviting you to embrace the shades of gray found in black and white photography. If you aren't normally a fan of black and white photos, we hope you'll enjoy learning why many people find them to be powerful works of art and tools of communication. They evoke stronger emotions by paying greater attention to shadows, contrast and texture - three photographic elements that push good b/w images to become great ones. Telling a story? Black and White photography is great for that. Where color photos can keep the eyes trying to take everything in, a black and white photo can draw a person to look a little longer, removing the distraction of colors. Not every scene or composition will lend itself well to black and white (e.g. sunsets at golden hour), so take a good long look at your image and decide whether b/w actually adds to that image. We'd also like you to avoid adding tints or color tones to your images while editing. Be an old-school purist and just use black, white and shades in-between. Don't forget photography 101, though. Think about get low or get high, go wide or go narrow, straighten your horizon, and by all means, think about the why of your photo as you compose your shot. You could use black and white photography for portraits, landscapes, street photography and abstract photography, to name just a few. So, go ahead - be creative; visualize and then take the shot.

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Tools to empower visually impaired students to participate in competitive robotics programs.

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Build the skills of your current team with our universal training mats. They provide every scenario required to teach all the fundamentals programming and similar robotics systems.

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These amazing mats feature imaginative, play-producing, images designed to provide just enough imagery to spur creativity.

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TechBrick is an independent robotics and STEM education program for home-schooled, public, and private school students in Harford, Baltimore, and Cecil counties in Maryland.

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