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11. Things that make me happy. Coffee, The internet, Cute stationary, Sketching, Music (particularly the wombats atm), and my new wide angle lens extender (which I'm using in this pic)

11. Things that make me happy. Coffee, The internet, Cute stationary, Sketching, Music (particularly the wombats atm), and my new wide angle lens extender (which I'm using in this pic)

May Photo a day challenge lists: see them all here - fat mum slim | fat mum slim

Photo a day challenge lists: see them all here

Are you ready for a month of photo-taking fun? Here is the Photo a Day May list by Fat Mum Slim :) photo-ideas-for-future

Great tips in this lilblueboo article about creating a yearly photo book for your family. Too many of us have all these digital images stuck on our computers. Many of us do not even back them up regularly. Scrapbooking is time-consuming and can be quite expensive. Making one book for the family seems doable.  ~ Michelle McLeod

Tips on what to put in your photo book. This is pretty awesome. Look to yearly photo album tips

DIY Lighting Hacks for Digital Photographers

DIY Lighting Hacks for Digital Photographers

Oh cool!:-)  -- DIY-photography tips all bundled into 1 post. good link.

simple portrait setup -- need a reflector! You can use an automotive window shade - the pop out kind - which are super cheap at the auto parts store. (this is not a auto window shade though)

While Wearing Heels: Go Manual - FLASH

Last week, we went over tungsten light . This week, we'll learn how to use the flash while in a manual mode.

canon 135mm 2.0

The Only Three Lenses You Need for Travel Photography

Travel photography is done best with light, sharp, prime lenses. See how I used the fisheye, the and the on the Trans Siberian Railway.

DIY Picture Tiles – Never Buy A Picture Frame Again... these are so cool. Even has instructions on how to mount them properly so they stay on the wall.

DIY Picture Tiles: Measure tile & crop photo on computer. Using Modge Podge paste photo onto tile. Use heavy object to flatten out air bubbles. Use sand paper to sand edges of paper off then coat with Modge Podge top & sides of tile.

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