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Photographs Printed on Unusual Surfaces

November 02, 2017 - In my last blog we talked about joining organizations or groups concerned with photography. Now, we will talk about the...
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Joining a Photo Group

September 05, 2017 - One of the best things you can do to promote your photography and to increase your sales is to join a photo group. This...
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Up Close or At a Distance ?

December 20, 2012 - What's the best way to compose a photograph while you are actually taking it? Is it to stand up real close, right in fr...
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To Crop or Not to Crop, That is The Question

September 19, 2012 - In our last blog, we discussed the "rule of thirds" principle, a technique that helps the photographer frame the picture...
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The Rule Of Thirds

September 06, 2012 - When taking photographs, it is important to have an idea, a picture, of what you will be shooting in your mind. This doe...
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