NEW YORK (AP) — He’s a legendary musician and two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee, but the thing that Graham Nash never leaves home without isn’t his guitar. It’s his camera.

The Nash in the supergroup Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young began taking photos long before he started making music and taunts fate every day to show him something interesting to capture.

“Here’s what I do: I wake up every morning. I get on with my day. If I’m leaving the house — sometimes when I’m not leaving the house — I take my camera and I say to myself, ‘OK, the world is going to show me something fantastic today. What is it? Come on, show me,’” he says.

The singer-songwriter is now ready to show us what he’s seen with “A Life in Focus: The Photography of Graham Nash,” a collection from Insight Editions spanning decades

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A pair of knitting needles stuck into a ball of yarn

A pair of knitting needles stuck into a ball of yarn

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Simply put, getting creative gives your mind and body a break from the constant barrage of stress. “When using our bodies, such as in dance, or our hands, as in drawing or coloring, our mind makes space for the activity we’re doing in place of the stress we felt before,” says Sarah Pace, personal health coach and trainer. “Asking our brain to focus on something physical puts us in a sort of meditative state, releasing dopamine and slowing our breath.”

For example, research published in 2018 in Behavioral Sciences found that Creative Arts Therapies (art, music, dance, drama) prevent stress and improve stress management. “[These creative activities] give us a temporary respite from focusing on whatever day-to-day problems we’re experiencing,” says Chloe Carmichael, PhD, clinical psychologist and author of Nervous Energy: Harness the Power of Your Anxiety

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Digital Art Pictures menggunakan Facebook. A lot faster ingest of photos, it should take no more than a few seconds to switch a high resolution RAW file from a memory card vs many minutes to scan movie with a top quality scanner. Aside from writing about f-stops, shutter speeds, and the fabulous job the digital camera producers have executed that permit photographers to take almost noiseless photos in the dark at high ISO speeds, Matt has written content and provided images for articles on , America On-line, and The Weather Channel.

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Christmas shopping is approaching top priority, especially with the expected shortages in shops. Think about presenting a one-of-a-kind painting to those special people on your list. Art in the Park, sponsored by The Coronado Art Association, invites you to shop locally with them in December. Artists Tina Christiansen, Mary Hale, Jean Pierre Marques, Jim Nix, Connie Spitzer, and others will be displaying their work on Saturday, Dec. 4, Sunday, Dec. 5, and Sunday, Dec. 19 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Please note that this year, Art in the Park is adding a Saturday, Dec. 4, to their regular schedule.

You will have the opportunity to meet artists from all over San Diego and Coronado while selecting unique gifts that will be valued for a lifetime. The friendly group of gifted artists will welcome you to view their works, talk with them, and browse.

A select group of CAA artists’

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