Street photography -- also sometimes referred to as candid photography -- is defined as a genre of photography conducted for art or enquiry that features unmediated
chance encounters and random incidents within public places.
There is the advantage of unmediated
comprehension, but it tends to blunt and soften the nightmarish original.
it is already in contact with and participates in His Immediate Presence and, at its innermost as uncreated, is identical with Him." Smith Gilson characterizes God's antecedent presence within the unmediated
and specific particulars of our life as "immemorial" (picking up Jean-Luc Nancy's use of the term).
Digital Science added that Anywhere Access provides unmediated
document delivery capabilities, which allows immediate access to content outside of current subscriptions.
While dealing with sound system malfunctions (a common event in the festival's assembly line of concerts), Cohen and Landau managed to create an unmediated
connection with their audiences, and pull them into their playful fantasy world.
She explains how the so-called historical texts, just like the literary texts, do not provide simple and unmediated
access to reality, but must be interpreted and analyzed.
In her article, the associate director of libraries, Gail Johnston, runs through the technology and provides tips for succeeding in unmediated
Voters would turn towards Labour once they had the chance to hear Mr Corbyn's message "unmediated
" by the press, he said.
A spokesman added: "The more people see of Ed Miliband, unmediated
, the more they like him."
Several rounds of UNmediated
peace talks in Geneva among the parties last year ended without a settlement and the Organization has since been reiterating the need to press ahead with political negotiations to achieve the aims of the Geneva Communique.
The Thick Of It creator Armando Iannucci has described Jamie as an "unmediated
Malcolm, a sort of Malcolm who must never be allowed outside".