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Summer Carnivals are Great for Long Exposure Photography

by Robyn Porteen
( August 3rd, 2015 )

Carnival Photography

It’s Carnival season around the United States and along with that come the smells of elephant ears and cotton candy! The days are long gone of wanting to ride on any of the whirly, tilting and fast contraptions that are out there …

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4 ways to remember who’s who in your photos

by Robyn Porteen
( June 7th, 2015 )

Elvis Impersonator

A well-worn cliché is that a photo is worth 1,000 words. So why can’t you spare a few more?

Old photos

We’re referring, of course, to people’s tendency to shoot first and add details later. ...

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Why Lightroom should be a required tool for photo organization

by Robyn Porteen
( May 31st, 2015 )

Woman Hooking Up CameraTechnology is in place to make photo editing and organization easy.

Though it can be challenging learning the hundreds of tools – and each succeeding version – of Adobe’s Photoshop, it’s still considered the main must-have piece of software for …

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