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Photography Gear – How Would You Spend $10,000?

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The Internet is full of nonsensical photography gear reviews. Just type in any camera model plus the word review into Google and you’ll end up with pages of opinions, technical specifications, field tests and so on. I think the biggest problem with camera reviews of that kind is that they ultimately try to answer the following question…

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30 Charming Pictures of Window Shutters

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Although skyscrapers are impressive, with their shiny windows and heaven-reaching height, the simple, small buildings of earlier times are sometimes more attractive and photogenic, especially if their windows are framed by colorful wooden shutters. Even if the shutters are half-broken, with peeling paint and rusted nails, their rustic appearance is still charming.

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18 Pictures of Yummy Bowls of Cereal

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Some may say that cereal isn’t the best breakfast food, that something like pancakes or fruit smoothies are much better. Maybe those people are right, but as long as cereal only has two ingredients and is full of fun shapes, it’ll be a favorite–even for lunch and dinner.

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16 Great Examples of Portraits with Fields

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When looking for a place to take portraits, one of the things a photographer needs to worry about is the way the background will make the subject look. You want to avoid anything that will distract from the main focus, while at the same time using a background that has some texture to keep it intriguing.

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20 Terrific Yellow Taxi Pictures

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There is a reason that the yellow taxis are part of New York City’s famous street view: there aren’t many things quite as eye-catching as a yellow cab. It might be difficult to get a shot without a taxi in it, but then you may not want to.

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The Snowscape – Creative Tips for Photographing Snow

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A snow-covered scene is a favored subject for most photographers, not just those who focus on the landscape. Snow has the ability to add interest and texture to any environment, and the opportunities to expand your creative horizons are endless. In particular, falling snow or windblown scenes create a surreal environment that is not only visually attractive, but can evoke a deeper, emotional response to your photography.

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