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Marina Del Rey
posted by cteconsulting - 21st of august, 2010
My first blog entry so hope I publish this correctly. LOL. Last weekend, I attended a pre-wedding event for some friends of ours. The location was in Marina Del Rey, so after the event, with camera in hand, I went to the dock and... More...
Adventures in Food Photography - The Art of Oatmeal
posted by telecast - 8th of january, 2010
One of my favorite photography blogs, www.strobist.blogspot.com, featured an article on food photography this past summer. I had always imagined food photography to be a simple process. However, the steps described in the article... More...
Taking Photos of Children
posted by iriks - 5th of february, 2009
Children are a favorite subject for many photographers. Advertisers know a photo of an adorable child will grab people’s attention. Fundraisers know an image of a sick, wounded, or sad child will bring in donations. And parents... More...
Taking chances
posted by bradcalkins - 4th of february, 2009
Sometimes with stock photography it pays to 'play it safe' and add to your portfolio with similar images to what you have done in the past. Ultimately, though, I suspect that growing your portfolio in new ways helps a lot. Mostly... More...
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