Segregation: Tragedy of the Mind

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Segregation: a reflection of how our brain categorizes everything we see and do.Picture a living thing—say, a dog. Now imagine a hammer. You just activated two different areas of your visual cortex, the brain region that processes eyesight. Thinking of a dog activates an area that deals with animate objects, whereas a hammer excites one that processes inanimate things.Now a new study shows something surprising: the same thing would have happened even if you had never seen a dog or a hammer befor...


The Essence of Photography: Capturing Truth

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“Photography is about capturing souls not smiles” - Dragan Tapshanov. Gazing at an unnaturally posed person creates a lifeless image, versus a genuine emotion on somebody’s face that enlivens the photo. I don't know about you, but I know many other people, including myself, would choose the second option. Photography should be full of life, so don't you think capturing real life moments would be a good idea? I felt my pocket for my disposable camera as we sped through Roche Har...


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