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As a broken-down athlete, as a live-long sports fan, and as a collector of photography, Howard Schatz has led me to a completely fresh window through which to view these varied and remarkable competitors and, by extension, a greater awareness of the human character, potential and spirit. Through his lens, we see the indomitable discipline and will to achieve with the undeniable beauty of form, action and individual expression. There is an almost Greek-like reference to the human ideal, but Mr. Schatz takes us above and beyond the past. He shares with us examples of achievement through certain athletes that, on fast glance, might not be appreciated at the periphery on the fields of competition, and life. Moreover, Mr. Schatz suggests deeper, universal human aspirations and hero available to us all. Well, enough of these NY Times-like review. I mean every word of it but I conclude by simply saying, enthusiastically, "Wow. " This is strong and attractive and moving stuff. Alan Davis, MD Dallas, Texas
This is a attractive book and this book showcase perfect examples athletic physique in their athletic abilities and body types. I am using this book as a reference on athlete bodies in various musculature types such as (Endomorph-Mesomorph, Endomorphs, Mesomorphs, Ectomorph-Mesomorph, and Ectomorph), and how they look realistic in low body fat levels.
Clearly, photographer Howard Schatz sees the globe differently than the average person does. His private vision makes ATHLETE a fascinating book. He has place leading athletes into poses--some of which only can create the reader wonder how he even achieved these effects--that showcase their physical strengths as well as his own genius as a ese are attractive bodies, to be sure, and Schatz so successfully has objectified a lot of of these athletes that it seems certain that some of them did not recognized themselves in the finished photographs. The pictures must be seen, as words do not do them justice, not even those popular "1000 words" that a picture is said to be is book will appeal to anyone who admires the art of photography, and it also will interest anyone who has a love of sports.
Clearly the writer of the previous review has an ideological---not aesthetic---agenda. I want people like him would solve their own personality issues and stop venting on public forums such as the Amazon review board. It's misleading at best and malicious at worst. Schatz's book, far from portraying African-American men in a stereotyped or racist fashion, celebrates the beauty of the body and the extraordinary achievements that these world-class athletes have attained.
It's hard to believe it but I think that Schatz has outdone himself here with Athlete.With Nude, he showed wonderful creativity with the naked body. In my opinion, Athlete is the most remarkable presentation of the athletic body ever done. The juxtaposition of all of the body types and Schatz's ability to portray the beauty and grace of both athletes in action as well as capturing their personalities is fantastic!Anyone who loves photography, Schatz's work and athletes will love his recent work.
The program is amazing for everything band, There are just a few problems. 1. My phone (Samsung S7 I believe) cannot record audio. I have to use someone else's device to record. It will tell me that it us recording but will play nothing back, and will play nothing for all other devices as well. 2. The drop-down menus are incredibly sensitive, which often causes me to into a folder and a random tab without even tapping it. The bar on the left helps but it is very thin. All in all the program is very useful.
Like what others experience in this application, it also won't allow me enter the server. I was even expecting a amazing run in this application since I know this is updated. Yet I still hope for the developers to fix this issue in to have some amazing reviews at least. I kindly speak up for those who spent their time just to obtain this, and to avoid such issues, this should be fixed as soon as possible.
It had been along time since I was dealing with depression. I couldn't obtain anything done, couldn't turn anything in on time and school in general was a hastle. My teacher introduced me to charms office and now I just wish to say thank you! I have finally decided to slay myself :)
Use it regularly for band, works amazing for me. The volunteer section is beautiful sensitive to touch (acts as if you're pressing on something when you're scrolling), but that's not a devastating issue. - but could create the application a small smoother if it was fixed
I got the application to hold track of my locker and lesson time for band and now random ads pop up on my phone for no reason and sometimes there's nothing there but it's meant to be an ad so my phone just freezes the worst part is the ads pop up when the application isn't begin or even working in the background fix this and it will be awesome
Love this app, my children use it for marching band, it's simple to use and has everything you need ....almost. Hopefully soon we can create payments available in the application and an application for parents with the ability to add multiple students would be very nice to hold track of all of the happenings assignments and finances. Having to test and go to the www service on a mobile device while on the go as a band Mom can be a pain at times.
I test to login but it says that my school code and my password are incorrect I thought it was because that I forgot my password so when I asked my teacher to restart it, so I don't know if she restart it or not to be honest it still keeps saying that my acc is unavailable I thought that I remembered my password but it still won't work even though I did before which is why I gave it 2 Stars can you please help.
I also LOOOVVVVEEEEE how they actually take the time to look at the comments and test to answer to them 😊feels like the first application where they care what people say.I also don't actually like what its supposed to do but for what it does do, its the best. It's beautiful funny how the only 1 stars are children who don't like to do thier work.
(Disclaimer: I received this book from Netgalley. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.)I am here for the queer and I loved it! Camp features characters who are all queer at Camp Outland. And just for that fact alone, Camp felt almost instantly like such a safe space. At the same time, Camp with some emotional subjects such as memories of homophobia, dealing with homophobia parents, and also this desire we have to test to be someone we aren't. Readers can immediately empathize with Randy's desire to re-brand himself. To test to change who we are to be someone else for love, for family, for acceptance.And Rosen only capitalizes on this theme and reflects it in so a lot of of the characters. This re-arranging of ourselves, the process of re-definition, the toll it takes, for our desires. Whatever it's motivated by, this wish to be someone else. Watching Randy struggle with this, and the other characters, felt both relatable and endearing. Knowing I've been there and, to this day, still struggle with this same issue. The warring sides of ourselves that wish to exist, wish to search love and happiness, and relief. Can we really change ourselves and should we?
I read this as soon as it came and could not place it down. It was funny, touching, and above all honest. I am sure we all felt at one point that inner war of being who we are meant to be. What makes us feel like who really are that makes us happy. That is perfectly described in this book. I want I went to put like camp Outland and had these kind of experiences that makes us see the globe not everyone gets to see. But thanks to Camp it’s the next best e characters were awesome and very thought out. It was a breath of queer new air just imagining the beauty of various people sharing our queer adult reading a YA book seems a small weird. But I am so thankful these kind of stories exist. Because if there young people out there fighting that inner struggle of what it means to be or the wrong/right kind. You search yourself saying that doesn’t exist. There is no wrong or right. Just being yourself in any capacity that makes you happy. I hope readers take away that notice if anything else.
This standalone YA contemporary is positively delightful. Set over the course one summer at a queer camp for terms it is excellent for fans of books such as Red White & Royal Blue.Our main protagonist is Randy- or Del as he prefers to be called at the opening of the novel- who is determined to convince his crush Hudson that they are meant to be together. Del has done everything from getting fit to scrapping the nail polish and present tunes for for a tamer wardrobe and obstacle is book is light and fun while also addressing some necessary questions of living authentically and being real to yourself. It also shed light on wider problems in LGBTQIA+ e cast of supporting character, especially Del’s mate in his cabin created the book for me. It’s rare for me to read a book where I love the side characters so much but Camp was a pleasant surprise.Overall, I gave it 5/5 stars and recommend that you package it on your next staycation.
I won an advanced copy of Camp from Novl’s Couchfest, so I wanted to share my review with you!Escaping to Camp Outland is the highlight of Randy’s year. He loves how it allows him a possibility to be surrounded by other queer folx for a whole four weeks each year, and he especially loves how Camp Outland allows him to be near Hudson, his long-standing crush from every summer at camp. Unfortunately, Hudson is a masculine boy who is only attracted to other masculine boys, of which Randy is not one. This year he has a plan, though, and he’s sure that Hudson won’t slip through his grasp this time! Randy will transform himself into Hudson’s dream boy, even if it means sacrificing some of the parts of himself that he loves best. He hopes it will be worth it once Hudson falls in love with him, but is anyone worth sacrificing your identity for?You can obtain your copy of Camp on May 26th from Little, Brown Books for Young Readers!Camp fulfilled all my dreams of what a summer camp for LGBTQ children would look like! The story managed to capture the joy and heartache of first love, all while speaking to several current social issues. Camp asks a lot of questions about identity and what it means to be a member of the queer community, while also tackling toxic masculinity. Lev A C Rosen has struck the excellent balance between fun and true globe issues, something which is often difficult to search in Recommendation-Camp would be the excellent fit for you if you have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of summer! Even if you’ve never been to a summer camp, this book will create you long for warm nights around a campfire, surrounded by friends. Additionally, if you’ve been looking for a book that discusses queer identities in a special way, Camp is sure to delight you!
I don't normally write reviews but I loved this book far too much to just leave a rating. This was the absolute excellent read to begin off Pride Month. The book is set at a summer camp for queer children where for 2 weeks every summer they can go and be themselves without any worry of the outside (straight) e lead hero is Randy (Randell) a theater child who spent the latest year changing his appearance (losing weight, cutting his hair) in hopes of winning over his camp crush Hudson who has masc4masc on his dating profile. Randy reinvents himself as "Del" and takes up outdoor physical activities instead of theater and arts. Romcom hijinks ensue as everyone else at the camp except Hudson is aware of Randy's transformation into Del.Lessons are learned. Stereotypes are busted. Toxic masculinity is destroyed. All while sweet romances between queer children begin to is book is an example of why #ownvoices is so important. Camp is much more than a sweet small romance where the main characters happen to be gay. This book is unabashedly gay! Not only are all of the characters queer but the book with specific problems of masculinity in the queer community and how the pain and rejection we feel from our families or the outside globe can obtain passed onto each other. And all of this is done with such heart, joy and a cast of diverse queer characters that I fell in love with.
In Camp we are following a group of teens who every summer go to Camp Outland, a camp for children who are LGBTQ+. This is Randy’s 4th year and this summer he is determined to victory over Hudson and not just be one of his conquests. To do this he changes his name to Del and hangs out with the more masculine crowd instead of his theater group. What follows is not only making Hudson fall in love him but also a discovery of himself. Randy learns that he does like sports and being a leader but also loves acting and is was a really cute story about learning to accept you and your peers for who they are and not who you think they should be. Randy’s family is very accepting of him and who he is while Hudson’s family is not. Hudson's family thinks he should be normal and to fall into stereotypes. At times I struggled with Randy because he was changing himself so much for someone who didn't know all of him and kept ditching his mates for Hudson but in the end it all worked out. I also really enjoyed the theater aspect of this book, every summer they do a musical but cast based on skill and not gender. I would have loved to see their ver of Bye Bye Birdie where he was more of a Ziggy Stardust character! Overall this was a fun book and gave it 4 stars. Thank you Netgalley, Unbelievable Flying BookClub and Small Brown Books for my copy in exchange for my review.