As the title indicates, this book will show you how to shoot absolutely everything. What's great about this book is author/photographer Tom Ang superbly explains the hows, whys and then gives a step-by-step photographic breakdown. The book is organized by people, landscapes, etc. then further organized by candid kid shots, for example. For anyone who has a digital camera and wants to improve their skills, this book should be on your “must-read” list. Get the picture?
Daniel Radcliffe resumes his role as Harry Potter, while Rupert Grint (Ron) and Emma Watson (Hermoine) pickup as the trusted sidekicks. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is the fifth movie in the Potter series and is by far the darkest and most mature yet. In the Order of the Phoenix, Harry Potter finds himself isolated from his other classmates and faculty as the evil Lord Voldemort, played by Ralph Fiennes, readies his attack. In the middle of all this, Professor Dolores Umbridge has taken over Hogwarts and is making this school year the toughest on the students yet. And, as a special movie-going treat, when you watch it on an IMAX screen, the last 30 minutes are in 3-D.
After a seven-year hiatus, Billy Corgan has revived the Smashing Pumpkins and returned with an unforgettable sound and a defining grace that characterized a generation for over a decade with the bands sixth album titled Zeitgeist. And, although two members, guitarist James Iha and bassist D’Arcy Wretzky, haven’t returned, Corgan, along with musical "sole mate" drummer Jimmy Chamberlin, have created yet another record that takes the listener through a range of emotions ranging from the turbulent times we live in to songs of love and serenity. If you’re ready to return to a time when rock made sense—with drumming and guitars that tickle your brain—Zeitgeist is your record. –Gabriel Lefrancois