04 May, 2011 | Posted by: st



GEOCACHING -- A Creative Tip for Finding New Photography Locations – Jim Harmer: “Sometimes it can disappointing when you have a free morning but you can’t think of anywhere new to shoot. Try geocaching, you can find the locations near you by going to the Geocaching website. I discovered some incredible little spots in the city that I would never have found otherwise. http://improvephotography.com/774/a-creative-tip-for-finding-new-photography-locations/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+ImprovePhotography+%28Improve+Photography%29



RSS - keeping up.




Here's a good explanation of RSS
and how you can follow new posts
of your favortite websites
(like PhotoStockNOTES).
Once you set up a "Reader"
the latest post(s) will come to
you, rather that you having to
search for the post.

SOURCE: Lee Lefever -- Commoncraft.com





Free Photography Tutorials –Two videos, Ten Ways to Use One Light Source and Ten Ways to Work with Natual Light.. SOURCE: Matthew Jordan Smith http://www.pixiq.com/article/free-photography-tuturials



ALWAYS USE A LENS HOOD -- Four Reasons: Scott Bourne : “I know this might seem to be a really basic post, but that’s what people tend to miss the most, the basics! We all do it. We take short cuts thinking we’re speeding things up, then we spend twice the time we should, fixing our mistakes." http://skipsphotonetwork.com/2011/04/how2-series-four-reasons-to-always-use-a-lens-hood-by-scott-bourne/
PHOTO: Scott Bourne

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