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10 Photography Lessons From Ansel Adams

10 Photography Lessons From Ansel Adams

13 Places to Sell Your Photos Online

13 Places to Sell Your Photos Online

105 Stunning Photography of Unique Places to Visit Before You Die (part 1 http://www.justleds.co.za

105 Stunning Photography of Unique Places to Visit Before You Die (part 1 http://www.justleds.co.za

How to create a bootable macOS Sierra installer drive

How to create a bootable macOS Sierra installer drive

Yes, you can load and run Windows 10 from a USB drive, a handy option when you're using a computer saddled with an older version of Windows.

Yes, you can load and run Windows 10 from a USB drive, a handy option when you're using a computer saddled with an older version of Windows.

With a few modifications you can transform a jerry can into a secret bar with shelves for drinks and glasses.

With a few modifications you can transform a jerry can into a secret bar with shelves for drinks and glasses.

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Foldio. How am I just now hearing about this?? [/raw] [raw]// [/raw]

Composition is king. Learn all about the golden ratio, Fibonacci/golden spiral, and phi grid. Then put your new knowledge to work and make some great pics, smarty pants.

Composition is king. Learn all about the golden ratio, Fibonacci/golden spiral, and phi grid. Then put your new knowledge to work and make some great pics, smarty pants.

Setup shot #1 for "Flower, Wine, and Glass" and "Oranges Float". What little I've learned about lighting glass I learned in Kindergarten? No, I learned it from "Lighting Science and Magic". Wonderful book. Here's are the main issues I had to overcome: 1) Contrast: The sides of the glass need to be separated from the black background. To do that, they need to reflect white light. To do that, they need to "see" white light. To do that, the background has to *just* fill the frame, and the…

Setup shot #1 for "Flower, Wine, and Glass" and "Oranges Float". What little I've learned about lighting glass I learned in Kindergarten? No, I learned it from "Lighting Science and Magic". Wonderful book. Here's are the main issues I had to overcome: 1) Contrast: The sides of the glass need to be separated from the black background. To do that, they need to reflect white light. To do that, they need to "see" white light. To do that, the background has to *just* fill the frame, and the…