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    Lifelong Education is for EveryonePreview
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    Today, I hope to challenge and inspire you to dive headfirst into the world of education, and to not look back for the rest of your life.Read More…
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    Finding Macro Inspiration in the GardenPreview
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    It doesn't all have to be bugs and flowers, check out this tutorial for inspirational ideas in the garden.Read More…
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    Abstract and Colourful Close-UpsPreview
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    Abstract and colourful macro photos can look fantastic and are fun to do. In this tutorial we’ll look at some simple ways to get some great abstract shots.Read More…
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    Finding Macro Inspiration at HomePreview
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    You don't need to go far to find inspiration for macro photography. Take a closer look at these simple household objects, and turn the everyday into something new. Read More…
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    12 Amazing Places to Take Photographs in Liverpool400x4001
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    Liverpool is a city steeped in history and culture. Now listed as one of UNESCO’s world heritage sites, there are 6 areas of the city under strict protection, which include most of its major historical landmarks.Read More…
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    Money and a Market: Requirements for Successful FilmmakingAetuts retina market money
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    Indie feature films need two things to be a success: Money and a Market. You may have money to spend on talent, crew, equipment, design, etc., but without a channel for marketing, the money is trapped inside a DVD disc that sits on your shelf. You may have a large and eager market who awaits your masterpiece, but without the financial resources to create a worthy picture, you will under deliver and lose your audience. Money and Market go hand in hand, and with the right finesse, you will begin to see your dream of cashing in on a passion/hobby/job become a reality.Read More…
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    World Photography Day at Phototuts+Wpd previewpc prelg
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    On this day in 1839, the French Government announced the invention of photography as a "free gift to the world." The daguerreotype marked the beginning of the history of our craft. Today, we'll celebrate World Photography Day with a look at our favorite photographers, tips, tricks, gear and images!Read More…
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    The HDR Panorama Workflow400
    As a teaser for our new Workshop, Photoshop and Lightroom for Photographers, Martin shows you how he created an awesome HDR panorama - in less than a minute! Watch closely as Martin Perhiniak, Adobe Design Master and Instructor, races through the process of creating a stunning HDR panorama using Photoshop and Lightroom. You may remember Perhiniak from our recent series on the new features of Lightroom. Read on to watch the video and sign up for the Workshop!Read More…
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    20 Questions to Ask Yourself to Improve Your PhotographyPeterwestcarey jordan2012 0712 1950 3
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    When I find myself in something of a photography rut, it's a good time to ask more questions. Ruts usually happen from running on auto-pilot, plodding along, doing the same-old same-old. I’m good at landscape photography so I keep taking landscape photos as it is easy, comes naturally and is enjoyable. But without times of reflection or questioning, it is hard for us photographers to improve.Read More…
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    10 Top Inspiring New Year’s Resolutions for Photographers200x200
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    It’s the new year and for many, time to make a fresh start, energised by the prospect of new beginnings and opportunities, now is the time to set in motion all those things you’ve been putting off and give your photography that boost to take it to the next level. So here are 10 new years resolutions, you could pick one to put into practice, or you could even pick all 10, just don't miss the chance to develop your photography!Read More…
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    How to Become a Spontaneous PhotographerPreview
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    Being spontaneous means opening your eyes up to the photographic opportunities around you. It means trying new photo techniques, having the desire to dive into the ins-and-outs of great photography. It means improvising and thinking on your feet. Being spontaneous as a photographer is a simple way to create more interesting photos and improve your photography skills.Read More…
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    Snapping Photos in Virtual WorldsPreview
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    When I reached Rivendell, I could not resist taking a picture with two of my heroes: Gandalf and Elrond. Like a happy tourist I stood between them and clicked away. And these images are as important to me as real pictures. But obviously, there is something virtual going on here.Read More…
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