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  • Oops! Keywording Mistakes to Avoid

    by Ellenboughn | 18th of November, 2008

    Time for a reminder of the most common keywording mistakes to avoid. Pay attention to the list below so that your images aren't overlooked in a search due to poor keywords. Incorrect keywords can lead to frustrated buyers that hurts everyone's downloads. Keywording should... More
  • Gluing a switch to my head

    by Odelia | 8th of March, 2009

    Gluing a switch to my head - "Canon mode" vs. "Nikon mode". A few weeks ago I got the new addition to our happy cam family - a Nikon D90. Between my hubby & myself, we had a bunch of Nikkor lenses lying around the house, miserable, abandoned which haven't been used since... More

    by Afagundes | 16th of November, 2008

    Using opposite visual elements is another effective way to emphasize your ideas. OPPOSITE Opposition is about using opposite visual elements to emphasize the idea the photographer wants to express. Opposite elements can happen in form and content. OPPOSITION... More
  • Men attractiveness

    by Papuga2006 | 17th of March, 2008

    What is so attractive in men that we prepare to give them everything from us and sometimes even more? Men usually first see the body then discover the woman’s mind. Sorry I rather say try to discover her mind, every men I know says that he doesn’t understand his female... More
  • Symbolic of white

    by Papuga2006 | 29th of February, 2008

    White like no other color (o should I say absence of color), have many symbolic meaning in our and other cultures. In many cultures white is a symbol of perfection, purity, innocence, rebirth, live and even death (Islam), north direction or wisdom (freemason). Every one knows... More

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