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  • Why Wide, You Ask?

    written by nation_of_pomation on 2011-06-17 in #gear #tipster
    Why Wide, You Ask?

    "Why wide?" one might ask. Hearing the words "wide angle lens" doesn't really mean anything to me, it took me awhile to find a way to understand what it really means, so I'll try to explain it the way I came to understand it.

  • Jackson, Mississippi: A City Falling Apart

    written by nation_of_pomation on 2011-06-26 in #world #locations
    Jackson, Mississippi: A City Falling Apart

    Down in the Deep South, there is a city whose charm is its lack of charm (and also its fried chicken). Want to see some urban decay?

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  • Sri Ganesha Hindu Temple

    written by styrofoam_boots on 2008-05-09 in #world #locations
    Sri Ganesha Hindu Temple

    I recently made a visit to the Sri Ganesha Hindu temple in Nashville, TN and it was quite the experience. The amazing and unique building stands a top a hill off on the side of the road and it is so unlike anything in that area that it is impossible to miss.

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    shared by mczoum on 2012-08-22

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  • The Magic Mystery Of Multiple Exposure

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2009-01-16 in #news

    There’s something very exciting about not knowing what’s coming up next. Pleasant surprises, adrenaline rushes, and knock-your-socks-off kind of shocks – the feelings that you get with multiple exposures! Just in case you have not discovered this wonderful technique yet – multiple exposure is a method where you expose the film more than once. You’ll never know what you’d come up with, regardless if you try this trick randomly or carefully plan out your multiples! This technique gives you total control over your shots, allowing you to create a strangely endearing picture from layers of images!

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  • 9 Tips for a Perfect Portrait Background

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2012-08-28 in #gear #tipster
    9 Tips for a Perfect Portrait Background

    Flatter your portrait subject with the perfect background, even if you don’t have professional backdrops or lighting. A little exposure and composition know-how can get you a long way toward a beautiful portrait background.

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  • #12001540

    shared by cinzinc on 2010-10-22