Sunday, March 4, 2012
How to Take Macro Photos – PictureCorrect: Macroscopic photography offers photographers a unique view of the world to explore with an unlimited amount of color, texture and physical architecture. Macro photography is a magnified photography, which is used to produce an image which is larger in the film plane (or digital sensor) than in real life.
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8 Things Every Camera Owner Should Know About Their Camera: If you want to make the evolution from pointing and shooting to creating art, one of the things you must do is master your camera. I’m talking the kind of mastery where you can pick up your camera in most situations and begin firing quickly without too much fiddling around.
Posted by steve at 6:20 PM
4 Reasons Why Networking Is Critical to Going Pro: When you make the decision to earn a living from photography, there’s a seed of change that takes hold at that moment and begins to grow. It’s a slight shift at first, as you begin to think, “I’m going to need some clients.” As you become more dedicated to the idea of earning a living from your photography, that shift begins to take hold.
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