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Editing #Photos vs. Photo Editing, Know the Difference | Lens Diaries #photog

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Post-Production Is Not The Same As Selecting Images Before digital photography became a reality, most people never knew about photo editing or editing…
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PhotographyTalk | 4 Wishes Granted to Every #Photographer by the Wizard of ISO

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4 Wishes Granted to Every Photographer by the Wizard of ISO…
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PhotographyTalk | 9 Bursts from the Gate for the New #Canon PowerShot G1 X #photog

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9 Bursts from the Gate for the New Canon PowerShot G1 X…
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How to Add a Photo Border in #Lightroom #photog

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One hidden feature of the Lightroom print module is the ability to add a frame to an image. In this post I’ll show you how to add a frame to an image before exporting it as a JPEG image ready for uploading to the web or printing.   In Lightroom 3 you can create an image and export it as a JPG image from the Print module – however before you set this up, it’s a good idea to create a frame to use. I’m going to use a hand drawn border but you can use anything of your own design.  
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Geological #Photography: Grand Canyon

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One of these days I was watching on television an awesome show about geological matters, how gold was made and stuff, and I thought it would be interesting to make a quick search for geological wonders, and man, it was worth the idea.
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WSJ Photos of the Day: Jan. 13 #Photojournalism

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In today’s pictures, Hindu women wade in the Ganges River, dock workers get a yacht in Scotland into ship shape, Brazilian slum residents get ready to defend their neighborhood from eviction orders and more.
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Haiti: 2 Years After the Quake #Photojournalism

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“Two years ago tomorrow, January 12, a catastrophic 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck Port-au-Prince, Haiti, leveling thousands of structures and killing hundreds of thousands of people. Haiti, already an impoverished nation, appears in many ways to have barely started recovery 24 months later, despite more than $2 billion in foreign aid. So many homes were destroyed that temporary tent cities hastily set up throughout Port-au-Prince have begun to appear permanent — more than 550,000 people still live in the dirty and dangerous encampments throughout the Haitian capital. Schools are being rebuilt, and some residents are now beginning to move out of the encampments, rediscovering a sense of community. But jobs and a sense of security remain elusive. Gathered here are recent photos from a still-suffering Haiti, two years after the earthquake.”
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