Our Daughter the writerI just wanted to share my new project. Our daughter Jennifer cloud here had some problems with a book and the cover, so I helped her out. It turned out OK and she decided to use it. I used a photo I purchased from here and one of mine of my other daughter. Thanks franciscahfor the wonderful photo. If you get a chance, read her books. You will not be disappointed. JMOLOLhttp://www.amazon.com/Call-of-Crows-ebook/dp/B008GVRIZA continue reading
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To really spice up your photos, try adding text to them using different fonts and colors.A simple word on a photo can sometimes make all of the difference in the world.Remember photographers, you may know what you are trying to say in your photos but others may not.By using a simple word you can make your vision crystal clear and you just might sell even more of that image which is always a good thing! continue reading
The worst fear for any writer is to get writer's block!It is truly a nightmare!For some writers, it is a nightmare that they so desperately want to wake up from but find that they can't.As a writer myself, writing to me personally is my love and my heart.So not being able to write something when I specifically want to is like death because part of me dies a little when I can't do the thing that I love so much.It's sad to think about but just about every writer on this planet and probably... continue reading
It’s been two years and one month and well over a hundred blogs written since I joined Dreamstime. But now it is time to say goodbye as I move on to finish writing a book that continues the themes of my blogs to be published by an imprint of Random House and to concentrate more fully on my busy consulting business.In the beginning I thought that all the learning would be one-way: me passing on all I had learned in 30 years in the traditional stock photo business to the Dreamstime team and... continue reading
A freelance writer, I spend most of the week in my office in front of a computer monitor. I enjoy my work, but I do need to get away from it, sometimes. Fresh air and sunshine are the best medicine for the overworked.My escape of choice is landscape photography. Following my father's shutterclicks, I started shooting pictures of scenery when I was ten years old. In those days, ISO was 15 and even the brightest sunlight required a steady hand,Later, my husband and I shot pictures together in... continue reading
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