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New Years Resolutions 2016 (Part Two)

Happy New Years everyone from China to Canada!New Year's Resolutions!Let’s get started.1. Don’t be afraid to take pictures. So many of us hold back thinking that we’re not amazing, or our stuff isn’t good for others to see, but that’s silly. Practice is what makes us great. If the photos get rejected, that’s ok. Learn from them and keep going! We only have so many years to create so the more time we spend worrying, the more time we lose.2. Make use of what you have, or rather... continue reading

Long time, no see . . .

I have not posted a blog on here in a while since I have been busy with assignments for classes (that I very much enjoy, by the way).Here is my latest photo that I took on campus.I really liked the way it turned out!!I hope to be adding more soon!Then maybe before too long, I will have enough to submit to Dreamstime assignments!I keep having small sales every so often, too!(little happy dance)! continue reading

Online photography schools

I'd love to know if anyone else has tried online photography schools? I have had great experiences and feedback. I'd love to know of recommended schools... I recommend, ppsop.comNext, I'm signed up for a conceptual photography class with them in the beginning of January, lasting for a month.They also have a great class on stock photography, but it's in session right now. It's a bit pricey. around $2000, maybe a bit less... it gives students the opportunity to get signed with cobis, ********... continue reading

Mastering Illustrator

I decided to take free Illustrator CS Classes to learn to use my program better. First lessons were painful, just has been my previous working with my program. It's like searching screwdriver from cluttered garage. Yes, if you are persistent, you can finally find the right button on toolbar or line from menu. But it takes a looot of time. After couple of lessons I finally understood what is a key of mastering Illustrator.The key is - SHORTCUTS.Using mouse or graphic pen in your working hand -... continue reading

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