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If you are not using Instagram to make some extra cash each month then you are seriously missing out. Armed with nothing more than their Instagram account, their mobile phone and their love for taking pictures, people are turning their passion into cash. And so can you! 20,000 members have seen the raw power of InstaProfitGram and now we want to invite you to be part of this  “awesome  crowd.

InstaProfitGram was created with ease of use in mind. In fact, it is one of the biggest reasons our loyal members praise our system every day. They are just blown away by how easy it is to make money with their Instagram account.       

You’ll be amazed at the goldmine you’ve been sitting on. Many members have had their Instagram account for more than a year and are amazed at how quickly we’ve transformed that account into a money-making machine.  But do you want to know what the best thing is with our system? Fun, fun and more fun!

Instagram is all about doing what you love and sharing it with the world.  We just add some cash into the mix and let our members carry on doing what they love.

Don’t be surprised if after following our easy step-by-step system you are making $50 a day. That’s what our members make each day, on average.

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  • 1.Only 0.002% of Instagram users have tapped this money-making secret (the sooner you start the better!)
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    2.Instagram is the only social network that gives you the user, a chance to make money from your own content (this alone should excite you)

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    3.The types of pictures you take don’t matter. Just point, shoot and collect your cash

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    4.With our system you make money and gain exposure. Millions will see your snaps

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    5.This is scalable. Imagine what you can do with 2 or 5 photos daily

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If  you are not using Instagram to make some extra cash each month then you are seriously missing out.  Armed  with nothing more than their Instagram account, their mobile phone and their  love for taking pictures, people are turning their passion into cash. And so can you!

Let  me ask you, what would an extra $1,500 a month mean to you? If you are anything  like the people we’ve helped then you’d probably say “$1,500 would be awesome!”

20,000  members have seen the raw power of InstaProfitGram and now we want to invite  you to be part of this “awesome crowd – InstaProfitGram

Joining  this “awesome crowd” is easier than you think too…

I can’t believe I have been uploading my photos  for 15 months and not take advantage of this cash-pulling opportunity. I am  hooked!

Brad H, Miami Florida

InstaProfitGram was created with ease of use in mind. In fact, it is one of the biggest reasons our loyal members praise our system every day. They are just blown away by how easy it is to make money with their Instagram account.

You’ll be amazed at the goldmine you’ve been sitting on. Many members have had their Instagram account for more than a year and are amazed at how quickly we’ve transformed that account into a money-making machine.                 But do you want to know what the best thing is with our system? Fun, fun and more fun!

Instagram is all about doing what you love and sharing it with the world.                 We just add some cash into the mix and let our members carry on doing what they love.

Don’t be surprised if after following our easy step-by-step system you are making $50 a day. That’s what our members make each day, on average.

  • 1.Only 0.002% of Instagram users have tapped this money-making secret (the sooner you start the better!)

  • 2.Instagram is the only social network that gives you the user, a chance to make money from your own content (this alone should excite you)

  • 3.The types of pictures you take don’t matter. Just point, shoot and collect your cash

  • 4.With our system you make money and gain exposure. Millions will see your snaps

  • 5.This is scalable. Imagine what you can do with 2 or 5 photos daily

And  before you start worrying about this being hard, let me put your mind at ease.  There’s nothing hard in this, and when I say nothing I mean exactly that.  Nothing!

With  InstaProfitGram there’s…

No  need to waste countless hours and weeks trying to add followers to your  accounts .

No  need to spend your valuable time trying to get people to like your pictures.

Absolutely  no need at all to create a bad reputation on Instagram spamming other people’s  profiles.

No  need to worry about your location. U.S.A, Canada, UK, France, Germany? InstaProfitGram  is suited for anyone, anywhere. Even people in their 60s are using it.

I was 5 days from having my car repo’ed. Thanks to  InstaProfitGram I now “free and clear.” Glad I found your site.

Terence F, Surrey, UK

To be honest I was sceptical; I really didn’t  want to believe that I could make money from taking pics of my dog. I am a sceptic  no more. Just withdrew $1,688 from my PayPal!

Chris M, Toronto, Canada

I wasn’t a big fan of taking pictures with my  iPhone but after my sister showed me her PayPal account I just had to create an  Instagram account. $798 so far!

Rhonda W, Boise, Idaho

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Believe it or not, you don’t have to own super expensive equipment or be some kind of camera wiz to take high quality camera shots like these… 

… but all those hotdog pro photographers out there will NEVER reveal their secrets to you… 

… so I’m about to do it for you.  

Don’t take my word for that though – here’s what just one person had to say:

If you’ve ever wanted to:

  • Take breathtaking special effects shots with just your regular camera…
  • Finally know how to create “light painting” images that are simply       out of this world
  • Improve your “regular” photography skills and take better photos immediately…

Then you need to keep reading because everything‘s going to be revealed on this page…

… and here’s the best part:

Because of the practical shortcut secrets you’re about to find out, you’ll quickly be able to skip the “amateur photographer” stage that usually takes years to get past… and you’ll be a much better photographer from the very next time you take a shot. 

 

From: Evan Sharboneau

Dear Photographer,

Here’s the deal –

If you want to be able to take the really cool photos – those crazy special effects images others just can’t figure out – what I’m about to share with you will blow your mind…

… in fact, you’ll probably be a little annoyed that nobody told you this stuff before.

You see, there are a handful of simple, easy techniques that can totally transform how you use and view your camera – and they’re so quick to grasp, they’ll make a difference for you the very next time you snap a picture.

Trouble is, the ranks of highly paid professionals out there don’t like to share.

So up until now, the only alternative has been to take expensive college or evening courses, and buy a ton of pricey equipment.

And I don’t know about you, but I don’t have thousands of dollars to throw at new cameras, lights, and to enroll in courses.

So I learned the hard way.

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Hi you all I am sharing this with you today as summer is approching and I am sure we all will be out and about having some fun and want to save those memories. Here is a great tip from a great site if you want to learn how to take that perfect once in a life time shot..I hope you enjoy.

 

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A Guest Post by Heather Bettison at Digital-Photography-Advisor.com.

Has buying the right studio lighting setup stopped you from taking your  portrait photography seriously? It shouldn’t. You can take great portraits with  natural light.

Photography is about light. Learning how to see light is essential to  developing your photographic eye. When taking pictures, being able to determine  the intensity, color and direction of the light will help you know how to  position your subject and which camera settings to use.

Intensity of Light

Direct intense light can be quite harsh. You often find these conditions on  bright sunny days. Harsh light intensifies the contrast between light and  shadows and can be very unflattering. When you take pictures in harsh sunlight  your subject often ends up with shadowy eye sockets that make them look tired.

When working with diffused less intense light, contrast is lower and the  light is more flattering. When the sun is shining brightly overhead there are a  few things you can do to diffuse the light.

Find some cover. Shade can act as a great diffuser. Try to photograph your  subject under the cover of a porch, awning, or the shade of tree cover.  When  working in shade make sure the subject is evenly covered by the shade. Any  specks of bright sunlight shining on them will detract from the look of the  picture.

If you don’t have any shade in the area, you can diffuse the light with a  scrim. Simply place the scrim between your subject and the light source.

Overcast days are good for natural light portrait photography because the  cloud cover acts as a natural diffuser. Even on overcast days you may find  yourself in need of a fill flash to help your subject’s features stand out in  the picture.

If you are taking pictures inside and relying on a window as your light  source, move your subject away from the window to lessen the intensity of the  light. You can also cover the window with sheer curtains or use a scrim between  your subject and the window to help diffuse the light.

Color of Light

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Some light is cool and has more of a bluish tint. Some  light is warm and has more of a golden tint. Our eyes naturally adjust to  changes in the color of light to keep colors looking the same in various  lighting situations. Our cameras don’t do that. That’s why white balance is so  important. When working with natural light you can use the white balance setting  that is appropriate to the type of light your working with, like sunny, shade,  or cloudy for example.

These white balance choices may not always give you the correct color in the  picture though. The color of the objects the light reflects off of will  influence the color of the light. If the color on your picture is not right it  can make your subjectís skin look sickly. The best white balance results can be  found when you use your custom white balance. Keep a gray card in your camera  bag so you can set your custom white balance at every shoot. You can buy a gray  card at any camera store.

Direction

Knowing where the light is coming from will help you know where to position  your subject to get the best picture.  It’s natural to assume that the best way  to position your subject is with the sunlight shining directly into the face to  light up their features. This isn’t usually the best choice. Looking towards the  sun will make your subject squint. It will also cause shadows around the eyes  that make them tired. Instead, try positioning your subject with the sun behind  them. The backlight this provides will cast nice highlights around the hair.  With the sun behind them, use a reflector or a fill flash to fill in the shadows  and light up the face for the picture. Another good option is to place your  subject with the sun to the side and slightly behind them.

If you have a hard time determining where to place your subject in relation  to the light source, try this exercise to help you see where the light is  falling. Position your subject in the area where you want to photograph them.  Stand as far away from them as you plan to be when you take the picture. Now  walk completely around your subject noticing the light from all angles. Once  you’ve walked around them once, walk a circle around them again slowly. This  time have your subject turn with you so they are facing you the entire time.  Look at their face closely and notice the changes in light as they face  different directions. Notice how the light touches their features and where the  shadows land. Notice how the light catches their eyes in each position. Once you  find the best direction for your subject to face, take your pictures.

Learning to see light will take time. As you recognize the qualities of  light, positioning your subject in the best light will become easier and easier.

See more from Heather Bettison at Digital-Photography-Advisor.com.

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An open letter to anybody wanting to take better photographs today:

The Top Secret Photography Techniques

To Create Mind-Blowing Artistic Images!

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Believe it or not, you don’t have to own super expensive equipment or be some kind of camera wiz to take high quality camera shots like these, but all those hotdog pro photographers out there will NEVER reveal their secrets to you… so I’m about to do it for you.

If you’ve ever wanted to:

Take breathtaking special effects shots with just your regular camera…

Finally know how to create “light painting” images that are simply
out of this world

Improve your “regular” photography skills and take better photos immediately…

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Dear Reader,

It’s no secret that 95% of all “Self-Improvement” efforts fail. Although it’s not usually the person’s fault, most people never get beyond information to achieve actual results.

You’ve been there right?

You hear about a great new course… another seminar… another book… all promising to “automatically” change your life.

Yet time after time, you don’t seem to be getting to that ideal life you imagined.

You suffer through failed promise after failed promise…

It can be frustrating.

It can be expensive.

And it can be downright discouraging.

People have told me they actually feel WORSE after some of these programs, seminars and gurus get done with them.

WORSE! Can you imagine?

That simply shouldn’t happen.

So, how can you know for SURE that the principles, techniques or strategies you’re studying actually work and get results?

The answer is simple; you “certify” your results. But what, exactly, do I mean by “certify”?

Here’s the deal…

No philosophy or teaching should ever be accepted by anyone (including what I teach) unless you can certify its validity in your own life.

How can you do that?

That’s what I want to share with you today.

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Dear Health-Conscious Dessert Lover,

Enjoying a delicious dessert at the end of a great meal is one of life’s sweetest pleasures.

Moist vanilla cupcakes with chocolate buttercream… warm pumpkin pie… crème brulée… carrot cake with cream cheese frosting… fresh brownies…

Or just imagine the smell of freshly-baked chocolate chip cookies wafting from your kitchen…

Just thinking about these decadent creations makes your mouth water and few of us have the willpower to resist.

But we often feel guilty for indulging in sweet treats. After all, most desserts are filled with sugar, refined carbohydrates and unhealthy fats, and they pack more calories than the meal itself!

Too many “sweet treats” like this will not only make you fat… it could ruin your health!

But what if you could…

Relax with a piece of New York cheesecake topped with raspberry sauce

Satisfy your cravings with a warm slice of cinnamon apple crisp, or

Enjoy chocolate rum balls and rich chocolate brownies

Without a care as to how it might affect your waistline or your health?

And what if these desserts were not only irresistibly delicious, but good for you too?

If you keep an eye on your health, but you still love to indulge in decadent desserts, you’ll be glad to know that… You have your cake and be well too!

You Don’t Have to Sacrifice Your Health
To Enjoy Dessert (As Often as You Like!)

As a photographer, how many times have you had your portrait taken. There is  nothing more uncomfortable and awkward than sitting in front of a camera trying  to evoke a natural smile or a true, heart felt expression. Let’s be honest, the  experience of having your portrait taken can be down right terrifying, yet we  aspire to have our subjects pose and emote in an organic and subtle way that  transcends and captures the embodiment of our subjects personality. Simple  right?

The reality is that the camera makes our subjects self-conscious and hyper  aware of their appearance, with an overall fear of not capturing a single image  that meets their approval. I mean, how many of us truly look in the mirror each  morning thinking, “Wow, I am looking fantastically, good today?” Most of the  time, all we can see are the imperfections and bothersome nuances that melt away  and stifle the perception of our own esthetic. So how does one capture a nice,  natural portrait?

I have read many articles and blog posts concerning this topic. Many focus on  trying to relax your subject either through gentle conversation and personal  connection or simply by breaking out some wine as a medicament to treat the  inhibitions created by the shoot. The truth is that there is no easy recipe to  help overcome this problem. No matter whether you are shooting a model, family  member, or even a close friend, the camera is still the giant 400 pound gorilla  in the room that everyone knows is there regardless of any distractions. So what  can we do?

Aside from normal social graces and pre-planning  for the shoot, I have one simple method that surprisingly works almost every  time. PROPS! It is amazing what magic can happen when you give your subject  something else to interact with while you are shooting. Cuts right through some  of those awkwardly, silent moments when both you and the subject know things are  not working yet no one wants to admit it. Yes, we all experience these  gratingly, uncomfortable situations.

So what kind of props am I talking about? All and any kinds. They can be  silly, beautiful, interesting or even surprisingly strange. These can be fresh  flowers, a costume, a masquerade mask, a piece of interesting fabric, a hat, a  pet, a piece of fruit, sports equipment, a music instrument, a lawn mower, oven  mitts, or even an original, mint in box, Darth Vader action figure from Star  Wars. The reality is that any item that has some meaning to the subject or that  they can relate to will work and don’t be afraid to go way outside the box into  the realm of the disturbingly obscure or insanely cliche. It is amazing how a  simple prop can break the ice and give the subject something with which to  interact, allowing you to capture a few true emotive moments when they have  forgotten about the camera, shed some of the self conscious inhibitions and  helped you create a beautifully expressive portrait.

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If I had a dollar for every time my father told me I’d have a career in the creative industry, I’d be a millionaire by now. As a kid growing up, I didn’t think I had to “find my niche.” I already knew what I was destined to be, where I was going to live and what I was going to do as a profession. But life didn’t turn out that way, and boy, was I headed in a direction that didn’t at all match my “plans.”

What I didn’t realize when I was young was that finding your niche really means finding your way — finding what you’re good at and succeeding at that skill. Life always has other plans for you, but if you can learn a few pointers that will help you out, you’ll be well on your way to finding your niche.

Here are some of my key tips on how to find your niche, which I really developed as I become a business owner. These have helped me tremendously, not only in finding my niche but also in growing as a person and mastering some skills I never thought I had.

Network & Connect

This is #1 in my book. Networking and connecting with the right crowd is key no matter what type of business you are in or the type of position you hold. In fact, one of my past Design*Sponge posts was all about Trendsetters, Influencers and Connectors because I know that if you arm yourself with the right networking ammunition, you can conquer anything and anyone. Connecting and networking with business folks doesn’t have to be invasive, nor does it have to seem like a sales pitch. It’s all in the art of how you approach them, knowing what you want to take out of the conversation and how you remain connected with them after the initial handshake. Business people “get” that networking and connecting are a natural part of any entrepreneur’s growth in the business world, but when you do them right, you will see the positive changes they can truly make.

Do Your Own SWOT Analysis

If companies believe in creating a SWOT analysis to understand what their strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats are, you should do the same for your own personal brand. Consider this making the most of your talents and opportunities. In the words of the famous French chemist Louis Pasteur, “Chance favors the prepared mind.”Chances are, you are most likely to succeed in life if you use your talents to their fullest extent. Similarly, you’ll suffer fewer problems if you know what your weaknesses are and you manage these weaknesses so they don’t affect the work you do. If you look at yourself using the SWOT framework, you can start to separate yourself from your peers and further develop the specialized talents and abilities you need to advance your career. SWOT analysis is great for new business owners because it can often change over time as you develop a better sense of what your business and its goals are, but arming yourself with this foundational element from the get-go will prepare you for the long haul.

Your Personal Brand

That’s right — you are your own personal brand. A personal brand is a great second step after you determine your SWOT analysis. Remember, branding is more that just your visual identity. Branding reflects your personality, your traits, the way you dress, the way you shake someone’s hand, the way you communicate with others and the list goes on. An article in Fast Company states, “Everyone has a chance to stand out. Everyone has a chance to learn, improve, and build up their skills. Everyone has a chance to be a brand worthy of remark.”Personal branding is one of the most powerful assets you have as a business person; whether you are self-employed or a full-time employee at a company, it really does define what you are all about and how you come across to others.

Listen + Learn

No matter how experienced someone is at business, listening is still a challenge for most people, and not everyone does it right. “Listen 90% of the time and talk 10% of the time,” is a quote I heard that I believe is very true. People love to hear themselves talk, but are they really listening? Making eye contact? Both of these are very important when you are (a) networking and (b) listening to clients and what their needs are. If you listen carefully, you ask the right questions and you always learn.

Don’t Be in a Rush

If there was one thing that I was always guilty of doing growing up it was rushing everything. I was always in a rush to grow up, to get to the next step, make money, own a place and get to the top of the food chain. You name it, I was in a rush to get there. Here’s what I’ve learned through my experiences: Rushing. Doesn’t. Get. You. Anywhere. Ambition,on the other hand, is entirely different. Ambition, drive and tenacity are awesome traits because with those, you often find that you get to your final destination much quicker, and you do it all without rushing but taking the time, effort and skills to get there. Small-business owners who master this do it well and often get what they want. Don’t ever mistake ambition for ego.

Don’t Be Afraid to Fail

The word “fail” often scares people because it is seen as a sign of defeat and well . . . failure. Everyone fails at something in his or her life. It’s what you take away and learn from that failure that makes you a stronger person and allows you to grow. Keep in mind that what you see as a failure is not necessarily what others see in us. We are our own worst critics, and we are always the hardest on ourselves, but what if we looked at ourselves as others see us? Would you consider something you did a failure or a success? If you asked me, I have failed at a lot of things in my life, but I wouldn’t consider myself a success if I didn’t look at those so-called failures, learn from them and move onward and upward. Now I look at them as the best things that could have happened to me.

My first company, The Smart Cookies, was founded because of what I considered a failure: I was bad at managing my money, racked up thousands of dollars of debt and considered myself a lost cause when it came to my finances. But because of my situation, I started a money group, got smart with my finances, was a guest on the Oprah Winfrey Show, wrote two best-selling books, hosted a TV show and much more — all because I took something I thought I was failing at and turned it into a success. It’s possible; you just have to be willing to see the positive in failures and learn from them.

I would love your thoughts on how you found your niche because I adore hearing stories of how others did it. Email me at andrea@bratfacemarketing.com. You can also sign up for my quarterly newsletter for all the goods at www.bratfacemarketing.com. Follow me @BratfaceMrktg & @andreabaxter or “Like” us on Facebook.

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This post is going to be real short today, I have a lot of stuff I have to get done  so time is not on my side. I am not going to bore you with a lot of sales pitch and hype, instead get right to the chase. If your in business or want to start a business this is the place to go. The system is in place, easy to do, doesn’t take a whole lot of your time and yes you see results. Watch the video, have questions, ask them I will be happy to reply, leave feedback at the video, we love hearing from you and yes we will reply.

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10th Annual Hallockville Barn Dance
Co-Sponsored by Peconic Land Trust
 
Saturday, July 28, 2012
 6:30-10:00pm
 Enjoy an authentic barn dance in the historic Naugles Barn with live music by the Dance All Night Band and Chart Guthrie calling out the dances. Wines from award-winning local vintner Coffee Pot Cellars and hot dogs will be available for purchase, or bring your own picnic. Great event for the whole family.

$20 non- members, $15 Hallockville members, $5 children under 12.

For more information, call             631-298-5292       or visit http://www.hallockville.com/.

Hallockville Museum Farm
 6038 Sound Avenue, Riverhead, NY 11901.

Writers at all levels seeking information on how to get published in today’s unique and interesting publishing world are invited to attend, “Getting Published” with Authors Tom Clavin (Last Man Out) and Phil Keith (Blackhorse Riders).
 
Tom Clavin, author of 14 books, and Phil Keith, author of 5, will discuss the current state of the publishing industry; the “Three Paths to Publishing (Traditional, Self-Publishing and Digital)”; the Book Marketing Process; Successful Book Proposals, How to Find the Right Agent; and “The Writing Life.”
 
Cost for the workshop is $50 per person and each attendee will receive an autographed copy of one of Mr. Clavin’s or Mr. Keith’s books (there will be a selection from which to choose).
 
Space is limited and payment (Visa/MasterCard/PayPal accepted) required at time of registration.  Register online at: http://philkeiththeauthor.com or call             631-987-3138      .
 
Dates:
 
Sunday, July 15th – 2-5pm
 
Thursday, August  23rd – 2-4pm

Saturday, September 22nd –   2-5pm

There are many winery’s to visit and enjoy the entertainment and just have a great day on Long Islands East End. Check out their web site and plan a day on the Island.

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by Darren Rowse

Here’s my top ten tips on taking great photographs of your pet:
 
1. Start with Your Pet’s Personality     
Before you start photographing your pet ask yourself ‘what sets it apart from other animals?’ Think about what type of personality it has and then attempt to capture some of that in your shots. For example if everyone knows your pet as a sleepy, lazy or placid little thing set up your photo shoot around it’s bed or where it goes after a meal to lie in the sun and you’ll have every chance of capturing a shot that sums your pet right up. Alternatively if your pet is hyperactive, inquisitive and always on the move it might be better to do your shoot at a local park where it’s racing around, jumping for balls or playing with other animals.

2. Think about Context

In choosing the location to photograph your pet you might want to consider a variety of other factors also. For starters choose a place where your pet will be comfortable and at ease. Also consider the familiarity of the location and the emotions that it will evoke in you as the pets owner. For example you might have a place that you and your pet have had some special moments together that will mean a lot in the future as you look back over your shots. Lastly consider the background of your shots. Ultimately you don’t want your backgrounds to be distracting from your photo – sometimes the best locations are the plainest ones – a large patch of green grass, a well lit room with white walls and plain carpet etc can be ideal. Of course this can also be tool plain and sterile – my motto is that if the different elements in the background of the shot don’t add to it avoid them
I hope you have enjoyed this article  as much as I have, if so check out Darrens site for more fantastic tips.

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 by James Maher

I love to look at travel photography, but man, sometimes it can all just seem mind-numbingly similar.
 Put a cabin, some rocks, grass, or sand in the foreground, a lake or ocean in the middle ground, and a sunset or mountain in the background, preferably during a slightly cloudy day.
 
Shake. Rinse. Repeat.
 
I do this frequently; everyone does.  But that’s the problem.  Sometimes we need to break away from the formulas of what we think photographs should look like.  We need to think outside of the box and try to do things a little differently.
 So here are a few tips and thoughts to help you create unique travel photos.
When we’re in a new place, sometimes all we can think about is taking photos of the beautiful architecture, the monuments, and the wonders that we travelled to see.  We have these thoughts from the countless guide books we’ve read and from the imagery we’ve seen over the web.  We want to take those same pictures to have for ourselves (and we should take these photos.)  But these things are not necessarily what gives a place its essence and its soul.
 Stop and think about how you feel.  What is it that is creating that feeling?  Is it that tiny, bustling restaurant, lit up at night and filled with regulars?  Is it the well dressed men in expensive suits and shoes riding their bicycles to work?  Is it the chaos and constant traffic on the streets?  Is it the food vendors on the side of the road?  Is it the fresh bread and cheese?
 For instance, what describes Italy better?  Is it your typical capture of the Duomo or the Ponte Vecchio, or is it a detail shot of an older man in a well-made suit walking on wet cobblestones and bringing home fresh bread at the end of the day?

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