On the train in Yangon.
Hi all, many thanks to all of you, I have made 1008 followers. I hope the posts are of interested to you and you keep following.
Well another week past and a bumper package of exciting stuff coming your way from the photography world.
A guide to the use of photographic lens filter’s:
Cost of Wedding Photography:
Growing your viewing audience:
Posing tips for taking pictures of groups:
Model Release. Yes or No? Find out more:
Landscape photography, what gear do you need?
Do we just take loads of pictures for the sake of it or do we have a theme? Tips to help you take pictures.
Losing your photos, can cause frustration and heartache.
Black and White Stuff:
Thinking of buying a new camera? Check this link out for up to date info on what you need to know before you buy:
As always: Keep Shooting
Doesn’t time fly when you are having fun, as the saying goes. Well just two days to go then off for two months. Teaching does have it’s positive’s. So plenty of time for me and my camera to travel.
Anyways, this weeks bits and pieces. A bumper set of links from the world of photography.
A new app for sharing your photos:
Worried about copyrights or worried about people stealing your work? Read on to find out ways to protect your work:
Disappearing Tribes of the World:
Getting Sharper Pictures:
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