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HOW TO: Get Started With Photo Blogging

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The term “photo blog” has almost become redundant. Between the popularity of microblogging, and the fact that smartphones are capable of producing high-quality images, our digital communication has become increasingly photo-centric. We consume so much content in our digital lives, it seems we’ve developed a need for it to be presented in the simplest, most efficient way possible. Enter: the photo blog.

If Flickr gave us the photo-sharing bug, then services like Tumblr, yFrog, Instagram and even Foodspotting are making it standard practice.

So how can you get in on the action? There are a few basic rules. First, it should be said, a photo blog can be pretty much anything you want it to be, so long as your content is predominantly –- you guessed it — photos. These pics can be your own, pulled in from across the web, submitted by users or some combination of the three. Basically, when it comes to photo blogs, there are many options.

Here’s how to get started. >>>HOW TO: Get Started With Photo Blogging.


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Slow shutter helps capture water –

SPRING IS HERE, Farch is almost over, and the time to head out and get the creative juices flowing is now!

One of the great things about early spring is the rushing water that makes the small streams and rivers so photogenic.

Playing with water can present some challenges, but with a little practice, you can get some great water pictures to adorn your walls.

One of the common things to do with fast-moving water is to use a slow shutter speed to give a sense of movement. There are a number of ways to do this, but the easiest is to close down your aperture. (Bigger number, smaller hole.)

Slow shutter helps capture water – ArtsLife –


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Taking Great Pictures

Taking Great Pictures

Taking Great Pictures

To help photographers of all stripes take their skills to the next level, offers a series of "lessons" on photography, focusing on elemental aspects of picture-taking. Featuring advice from professional photographers, these galleries provide simple, straightforward answers to some of the most common questions about "how to make great pictures."
With photos by LIFE legends — Alfred Eisentstaedt, Margaret Bourke-White, W. Eugene Smith, Dmitri Kessel, Carl Mydans, and more — as well as contemporary photos by professional photographers, we offer insights into what you need to know to make your own great pictures.

Read the rest of this article at Life ….one of the best Photography resource sites that I’ve ever seen  

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