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Adam Crawford

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#ontheroad in Tucumcari, New Mexico, and getting my kicks on Route 66. Read more here: http://ow.ly/P0ogE  
The road to Tucumcari was a long, hot, arduous trip through the South, but when I got there and saw Route 66, all that was erased.
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James Abbott

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Inspirational quotes about photography from some of the world's most influential photographers and figures from the art world...

For most people photography is a love affair they can’t let go of. Whether you’re a keen amateur or fully fledged professional, the compulsion to keep shooting is overwhelming. But the hobby or job can often be one of isolation where you work alone, so it’s always reassuring to learn that other photographers think like …
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MyPhotoSchool

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Summer Festival Photography Tips
Looking for some Summer Festival Photography Tips? In this article we give you 5 top photo tips on How to Shoot Summer Music Festivals.

See more ==> http://www.my-photo-school.com/2015/06/22/summer-festival-photography-tips
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MyPhotoSchool

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5 Tips For Fantastic Sunsets
Looking for some great tips on how to create fantastic sunsets? Here we give you 5 top tips including using longer lenses, picking the right white balance, 'contre jour' and metering tips.

See more ==> http://www.my-photo-school.com/2015/06/17/5-tips-for-fantastic-sunsets
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James Abbott

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With the 24 Hours of Le Mans (24 Heures du Mans) coming up this weekend, check out my blog post looking at shooting this amazing event for the first time from a photographer’s point of view. The post includes images and a link to the main gallery on my website.
Discover what it's like to shoot at the 24 Hours of Le Mans for the first time. James Abbott talks through his experience and shares his favourite images.
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MyPhotoSchool

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Travel Photographer of the Year 2015 Open For Entries
Looking for photography competitions to enter? Travel Photographer of the Year 2015 in now open for entries so read on for further information and tips on how to maximize your chances of winning.
See ==> http://www.my-photo-school.com/2015/06/08/travel-photographer-of-the-year-competition-now-open/
Travel Photographer of the Year 2015 Last week I blogged about Landscape Photographer of the Year, and entries are open for another great competition – the 2015 International Travel Photographer of the Year awards (TPOTY). Bicycle on the ice – Jakub Rybicki/www.tpoty.com One of the world’s biggest travel photography awards, TPOTY attracts entries from over 100 countries, with amateur and professional photographers competing. Judges include the ad...
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Truly Madlykids

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Telling a story through a photograph 
How to catch those moments in photography which tell a story.
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Adam Crawford

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I’m heading out on the road next week to explore America with photos, stories, and experiences. I hope you will enjoy reading and seeing what I find. 

I have written and article that talks about why I have chosen to live on the road here: http://ow.ly/NeYWR 

If you like the story, or find it inspirational, please share it :)
Most of us have a yearning to travel on the road to find meaning or purpose to our lives; that burning desire to uncover things
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Adam Crawford

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A lot of you shoot Sony cameras, or are thinking about it. The Touchless Shutter app is just one more reason to consider the mirrorless leap.

Sony mirrorless camera shooters, leave your cable releases at home: http://ow.ly/MHoD9 
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Raymond Aaserud

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Photographer Wants to End Discrimination 
Photographer Jason Lanier is on a mission to end "discrimination against photographers." He just posted the video above showing two encounters he recently
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Gavin Phillips

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Hi, I'll be offering a FREE webinar showing how I create this double exposure art in Photoshop. You can add me or message me and I'll send you the date of the webinar Thanks.
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Bharath Kumar

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Cheap Fluid Head Based Tripod Unboxing and Hands on Review. Sonia PH970, Just 40$ or Rs.2300 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qOrXU8HQgb4&feature=autoshare
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Adam Crawford

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Making the Most Out of A Photo Trip: http://ow.ly/OroFg
Finding the shot that makes each location worth visiting is always the goal when I look for a subject to photograph on a photo trip.
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Linda Ferrari

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It seems that something is changing in the photography world
The editor of the renowned New York Times photography blog, James Estrin, has recently retraced in an article the female…
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Jason Joseph

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I ask myself questions pertaining to everything I do in life, most especially regarding anything to do with all endeavors directly and indirectly related to making images. One of those questions I often ask hit me hardest as being answered so potentially inaccurately that It caused me to drive ink laden needles into my flesh for the first time in my life...
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Gavin Phillips

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Hi,

Free Photoshop realistic photo to painting webinar. This technique is
easy, fast and a great way to sell more prints.

The webinar is for Wednesday June 17th at 6pm California Time. Please signup below. Limited places.
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3095068424622567937

Thank you.
Gavin Phillips.
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James Abbott

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How much photo manipulation is too much?
How much manipulation is too much? Photos have been manipulated for years, so is the debate about this just hot air or is there more to it? Let's find out.
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Adam Crawford

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Making Nothing Into Something: My Photographic Evolution http://ow.ly/N8qeo #Philosophy #photography 
To me photography is a meditation on life; a fraction of a second which allows you to stop time to seize and capture the world unfolding.
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Understanding How A Picture Was Taken. One of the many questions that pop into our minds when we see an extraordinary picture, is “how did the photographer obtain this?” Moreover, we are a bit stupefied if he claims no photoediting was done. No Photoshop involved.
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