In a move that is set to benefit millions of Americans in need, Starbucks has recently decided to start donating all of its unsold produce to food banks across the country.
Thanks to a new partnership with Feeding America, a U.S hunger relief organization, and Food Donation Collection, a food collection group, Starbucks intends to donate 100% of its unsold food from all of its 7000+ locations throughout America.
According to Feeding America, more than 48 million Americans live in situations where food isn’t always accessible. One in seven Americans are reported to suffer from hunger while an estimated 70 billion pounds of food is wasted in the US Every year.
Starbucks intends to roll out the initiative known as FoodShare sometime within the next 12 months. It also plans to have given out 5 million meals by the end of 2016 and, eventually, up to 50 million meals by 2021.
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Photoshop, of course. But there are people who can manipulate this popular software adding greatness to it. Photographer Peter Stewart is one of these people and he reveals his before and after images and what can be done "with the power of Photoshop."
Single Raw Image Copied Twice Then Flipped And Cut Diagonally, Then Masked To Create A Seamless Join. Image Then Brightened To Reveal Detail
Perspective Re-Correction And Power Line Removal In Photoshop. Color Enhancements Using Color Efex Pro
Gradual Orange Sky Gradient And Color Adjustments Performed In Adobe Cameraraw. Sunrays Created In Photoshop, With Added Glow
Various Sky Adjustments Performed In Photoshop. Nik Color Efex Pro Used For Post-Production Color Enhancements
HDR Bracketing Composited Using Photoshop's 'Merge To HDR'. Nik Color Efex Pro Used For Post-Production
Overexposed Image With Detail Brought Back Using Camera Raw. Nik Color Efex Pro Used For Post-Production Color
Adjustments To Contrast And Color To Reduce Haze And 'Warm Up' The Image. Composite Sky Blended Into Frame, With Sun Glow Added In
2x Exposures Manually Blended In Photoshop. Perspective Fixed In Cameraraw. Color Adjustments Made Using Nik Color Efex Pro
HDR Bracketing Manually Blended In Photoshop. Nik Color Efex Pro Used For Post-Production Color Enhancements
3x Exposures Manually Composited In Photoshop CC. Replacement Sky Layer Manually Overlaid And 'Painted' In
Single Exposure Composite Cropped And Color Corrected In Photoshop. Sky Background Composited Into Image And Color Corrected