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Category Archives: Things
Some days you feel on top of the world.
A sample of what happens when you shoot with your camera held upside down. Fun! I probably would have flipped the globe if I had realized the result, but my hand model would balk at further takes 🙂
What a learning experience this has been in just a few days.
Of course I’m learning about photography. This morning I tried the antique tint to enhance some old (but well-loved) books I have on the shelf.
Surprisingly, I’m also learning some new things about blogging. I’m discovering new memes and revisiting old favorites. I am also -finally- learning about avatars. I’m hoping to use this photograph as an avator for my book review blog.
Old books and new ideas, what a combination.
What new tricks and ideas have you learned? I would love to hear about them.