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New Collection - People of Afghanistan
posted by scaramax - 13th of october, 2011
Hello, if interested, check my new (and first:) collection, dedicated to collect photos of common people from Afghanistan. Its not supposed to collect photos of any soldiers, armies and other green/camo things.. just villagers and... More...
Anything common ?
posted by joezachs - 12th of april, 2011
See anything common in the pictures above? I don’t see anything common, but these are the pictures that are thrown up when I was searching for a picture with the keyword Bracket. There were many more funny pictures which has nothing... More...
Joe's blog on mistakes
posted by bradcalkins - 5th of november, 2010
If you are a beginner or just looking for a reminder of the basics, yesterday's post on Joe McNally's blog is a great look at some common mistakes: Joe McNally blog Joe's blog and books are full of interesting anecdotes about... More...
Side by side with lizards
posted by risto40 - 1st of august, 2010
After the purchase of a macro lens at the beginning of this summer, I needed "models" to picture at. As spending much time in countryside I noticed a small family of lizards living in a flowerbed. Often I saw them having sunbath at... More...
How to appear at the top of a search?
posted by heywoody - 26th of april, 2010
(confused) It’s fairly obvious that if your image is on page 1 it has a better chance of being downloaded than if it appears on page 1527. So, what to do if, like me, you’re working with limited tools and even more limited... More...
Common Robin Often Overlooked
posted by toynutz - 25th of october, 2008
The American Robin (Turdus migratorius) is so common to most of North America that it is often overlooked as the subject for photographers. Their natural tendency to not be easily startled or distracted by nearby human activity makes... More...
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