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Macro Photography Tips, Part 2

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Last week we covered the basics of macro photography. We discussed what it is, why we love it, and where to shoot. This week, as promised, we’ll delve into the question of how and explore the nuts and bolts of the technical side of shooting macro photography. The key to successful macro photography is having [...]

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Macro Photography Tips, Part 1

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In this two-part post we’ll be discussing all things macro. Today we’ll go over the basic concept as well as the equipment needed. Next week’s post will explain the technical aspects of shooting macro. Macro photography, by definition, is close-up photography of small to microscopic subjects. We know it seems backwards – you’d think that [...]

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How to Get an ISBN for Your Book

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Pop quiz: What does a book need to be sold in bookstores and stocked in libraries? An International Standard Book Number (ISBN). That 13-digit code above the barcode, commonly known as the ISBN, allows publishers, bookstores, libraries, and online bookstores to track all published books. You don’t have to have an ISBN to be part [...]

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Double Trouble

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Photoshop? No. Stereoscopic camera? No way Jose. Prism lens? Guess again. It’s the 36th annual Twins Days Festival. On the first weekend of August, thousands of twins make the “twin” pilgrimage to Twinsburg, Ohio. Two by two, the twins come marching in for a three-day festival of parades, look-a-like contests, a karaoke competition, golf tournament, [...]

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