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Photographic Five #5: Benefits of Long Lenses

5 Ways a Very Long Lens Will Improve Your Photography * You can stand further away from your subject, so they don’t have to smell the stench of your flop sweat. * The natural compression of a lens racked out … Continue reading

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Photographic Five #4: Wide Angle Lenses

5 Ways to Make Your Wide Angle Lens Work For You * Remember to put the most important thing in the middle of the pic, away from the barrel-distorted edges. * Stand REALLY CLOSE to your subject.  Yes, their nose … Continue reading

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Photographic Five #3: 365 Titles

5 365 Project Titles Self Portraits Aren’t Narcicism, They’re Advertisements for the Mirror Company Finally, I’m Getting Some Use Out of This Macro Lens and My Kid’s Toys 365 Pics From My Back Yard Burst Mode Can Give Me A … Continue reading

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Photographic Five #2: Saving Precious Disk Space

5 Ways to Save Precious Disk Space Convert everything to black and white. Save to PNG. Destructive editing.  If you’re cropping a picture, why save all that extra crap you don’t need? Don’t make full-size images.  Just squint really hard … Continue reading

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Photographic Five #1: Debatable

Welcome to a new feature here at AugieShoots.com: “Photographic Fives.”  Each entry will be a top five list related to the world of photography.  Simple, right?  To kicks things off today, we’re going to do TWO Photographic Fives.  Enjoy! 5 … Continue reading

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