Category Archives: Inspiration

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Chris Hadfield: How to photograph the earth from space

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The first photograph of the Earth from space was taken in 1946. But it was the famous “Blue Marble” photograph, take in 1972, that became the Earth’s unofficial publicity shot. Of course now there are cameras everywhere up there, but probably none has captured the attention of the Internet the way Commander Chris Hadfield’s have. [...]

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Autistic Photographer Shares His View in Blurb Book

April is National Autism Awareness Month. It might not be something that you’re aware of. You might not know that one in 88 children in the U.S. is affected by autism. And then again, you might know someone whose life has been touched by autism. If you do, you might also know that with the [...]

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Make a Valentine’s Day Book with Heart

News flash, people. Valentine’s Day – the annual day of love – is coming around faster than one of Cupid’s wind-whistling arrows. This time, be prepared with a gift that trumps chocolates, beats bubbly, and lasts longer than that fancy restaurant dinner. Make a book.   And here’s another newsflash – even if you don’t [...]

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Mom with Camera Uses Blurb and Lightroom 4 to Make Beautiful Books

Gayle Vehar of the blog Momandcamera.com first heard about Blurb through her cousin and she quickly jumped on the idea of self-publishing her own photo books with our platform. Over the years, she’s made books with Blurb BookSmart® and Blurb Bookify™, and recently she’s used the new Book module in Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® 4 (also known as [...]

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