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The Springfield Museum’s current showing of “The Outwin: American Portraiture Today” marks the New England premiere of the exhibit that is the result of the National Portrait Gallery’s triennial Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition. In the last competition, judges selected 46 works for the exhibit from more than 2,600 entries. “Viewers should expect works that are large and small, ...

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Jan. 19—A Niles man who says his image was printed on posters without his consent is seeking millions of dollars in damages from companies that include Walmart and Amazon.com. An attorney for Nicholas Giovannelli filed a lawsuit this month in Cook County Circuit Court, alleging that he suffered emotional distress after recently learning that photographs taken of him during his U.S. Army ...

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Jan. 18—I had no idea what to expect, but I'm glad I took the chance. As I left the NFC Divisional Round playoff game between the New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the first quarter on Sunday, I was checking my backpack. Camera? Check. SD card? Check. Lenses? Check. Batteries? Check. I was headed to the third annual Night Photography Meetup hosted by Megan Francis from Four ...

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During this time of the pandemic we’ve all spent more time at home and most of us have done more home cooking than we’re used to. Perhaps you’ve tried out new recipes and made new dishes that have been particularly tasty. Maybe you’ve tried to take pictures of your successes only to have them fall short visually. Well, if your food photos don’t look as good as they taste, there are a few ...

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Hindsight might be 20/20, but that doesn’t make watching the events of 2018’s “The Area” any easier. The documentary depicts the five-year struggle of a group of Englewood residents taking a stand against the Norfolk Southern Railway Co.’s expansion into their neighborhood and their subsequent displacement. It’s a David vs. Goliath battle, but by the end of the documentary, which airs at 8 ...

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Jan. 17—Holly Casner's plan was to van camp with her two dogs in Big Bear for a few nights between Christmas and New Year's. As a roving professional equine photographer, the 32-year-old had been living and working out of her van for a couple of months, occasionally dropping by Orange County, where she grew up, to be with her mom. Most of the time, though, Casner was all about solo exploring ...

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Jan. 17—The Skagit River, particularly upstream of Concrete, is a stronghold for bald eagles that eat spawning salmon each winter. While the iconic birds are back in the area, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the Skagit Eagle Festival to be canceled for the first time in its history. "Due to the public health crisis, the Concrete Chamber wasn't able to host the Skagit Eagle Festival this year ...

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Jan. 16—Submitted photo ATHENS — Stephen Busken spent many days and nights during his college years at WOUB Public Media. He spent the time perfecting his skills voicing scripts, anchoring the weather, designing sets, shooting video and taking pictures. And now — he uses all of those skills as a celebrity photographer and voice over actor in Los Angeles. "WOUB allowed me the freedom to take on ...