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  • [twitter]presentation slides ‘n links http://cogdogblog.com/stuff/nv11[/twitter]\n\nFor some, photography seems hard.\n
  • [twitter]So what is a photographer? Only for pros to say “I Exist”?[/twitter]\n\nBut this guy looks happy. He is a “professional” and as a pro-- he has the Big Lens, he is on some exotivc location... as a pro his photography says “I Exist”\n
  • Not these kind, put your big guns away.\n
  • Not these kind, put your big guns away.\n
  • These kind. Every smartphone user has a device to take both bad and excellent photos...\n
  • [twitter]Used slow shutter speed, layering to create six word story http://flic.kr/p/9FSfvk [/twitter]\n\nEasy to take a snapshot of this interesting photo gallery. But more went in to it, wanted to explore perhaps creating a scene ot story. With camera knowledge, I forced a slow exposure to make cars blur, and thought the arrangement of people made for layers. In post (I tossed 4 that did not work) I decided to make this a six word story.\n\nhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/cogdog/5702001885\n
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  • [twitter]Composition in photography, like learning, is framing, cropping, pre-visualizing[/twitter]\n
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  • [twitter]What’s wrong with this photo? http://flic.kr/p/9h51m5 [/twitter]\n
  • [twitter]Compare to @kk photo of son- beautiful! http://bit.ly/gVK9jb[/twitter]\n
  • [twitter]It is not hard to transcend from snapshots to well composed photos[/twitter]\n
  • [twitter]It is not hard to transcend from snapshots to well composed photos[/twitter]\n
  • [twitter]It is not hard to transcend from snapshots to well composed photos[/twitter]\n
  • [twitter]Like photos, learning is much more interesting when there is a story to draw us in[/twitter]\n
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  • [twitter]Daily Shoot and creativity, reflections from @galagonwagon http://bit.ly/gmypDd[/twitter]\n
  • [twitter]@intrepidteacher on finding novel ways to do dailyshoot http://bit.ly/es7p3u[/twitter]\n
  • [twitter]Matt M reflects on 7 days of daily shoot http://blog.electrovert.net/?p=69[/twitter]\n
  • [twitter]Make some (photo) art, damnit![/twitter]\n

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