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  • In our crazy, busy lives today, we tend to put off taking walks and going outside for extended times other than to leave our houses in cars going somewhere.  I came across this interesting article about health benefits to spending time outdoors. How many medication prescriptions could ...

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    Bokeh, a word used by photographers, but maybe not truly understood.  Today's article by Kathy Adams Clark gives a simple, excellent definition and examples to explain what bokeh is and how to use it, especially for the holidays.  Kathy's article is very short so take a couple ...

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    Anytime I read articles of tips to help improve my photography, there is usually a mention of stop using an auto mode and start using manual mode.  Today I want to share an article by Notes by Joana that I came across recently. In this article she explains in simple terms about using the ...

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    Today's guest article is from Scott Bourne.  He has been experimenting with using negative space in terms of photographic design.  His article is very short and gives us all something to consider when we are out creating new images.  Take a couple minutes and read "Negative Space ...

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    When ever you look through magazines, do you wonder where the ad pictures are made?  Some, depending on the subject, could have been created inside or outside.  Only the photographer really would know the particulars. So when the weather does not allow us to take pictures outside, ...

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    Today I would like to share an interesting article written by Scott Bourne about a common sense subject, photographing at eye level.  How many times do you see people taking pictures of children or their pets while standing up?  Well Scott discusses this and how he learned many of his ...

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    Ever think that wildlife photography would be seasonal?  Well in today's article by Scott Bourne, he shares with us places to get pictures of wildlife each month of the year.  Now there will be some travel involved, but take several minutes and check out Scott's list. Year-Round Wildlife ...

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    Have you ever taken pictures of flowers and later thought how bland and common the images looked? I have! Recently I came across an article by Denise Ippolito about creating flower pictures with a softness to them.  Denise says, "the Soft/Sharp image is a 2-frame in-camera multiple ...

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    Years ago when I began learning about the digital darkroom, I saw a Photoshop instructor named Dave Cross.  Immediately I found his teaching to be practical and down to earth for learning a new program. Today I want to share a recent article by Dave that has five tips to help us use Photoshop. ...

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    Have you ever thought, "I wish I could learn from a National Geographic photographer."  Well now you can and it is not that expensive.  Photographer Paul Nicklen is a National Geographic photographer that has come out with  a new book called "Photographing Wild" in which he shares 16 techniques...

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