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15 Gorgeous and Interesting Photos of Cardinals

Who would have thought that a bunch of bird photos could be so amazing?  Not me.  I’m not a huge wildlife person, so besides the occasional random animal photo I don’t spend a lot of time trying to photograph non-human creatures.  The gorgeous warm red color of Cardinals coupled with their impressive and dramatic wing span really caught my attention today however.

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Past Photographic Processes and Free Huge Set of Vintage Film Lightroom Presets!

Here are some examples of photos processed with the presets:

Pinhole

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The Aurora Borealis – 20 Spectacular Photos of the Northern Lights

I must photograph this before I die!

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20 Photos of Gorgeous Women

I happen to think that women in general are gorgeous and I like looking at them…especially their faces.  Yes, I’m a woman married to a man and I have 3 children.  I’m not gay per say (there’s a lot to that story), but I do appreciate beauty!

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How to Look Your Best in a Portrait

A portrait can either bring out our best qualities, or it can make a normally beautiful face seem not so attractive. As a woman and a person with a normal amount of vanity (my husband might say a little more than normal, but he’s a scruffy man. What does he know?), I can attest to wanting to always look my best in photos. After all, they have the potential to become permanent records of what we looked like in a certain place and time.  My mother has a few cringe-worthy photos of me that I would have personally thrown away in a heartbeat. Thankfully, they are stuffed away in photo albums that are not looked at very often!

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Christmas Photos – 20 Favorites from Flickr

I probably won’t be able to post for a few days due to Christmas.  It is currently 2:24 am on Christmas eve!  Yes, I am a serious insomniac.  I used to be rather bah humbug about the holidays, but with a 3 year old and 1 year old I’m feeling rather cheery about all of it this year.  There is nothing like the innocence and wonderment of a small child. So forgive me for being a bit sappy (and perhaps too in love with bokeh) with this post. All this cheer has really taken off my edges.

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Photos of Walls – Favorites from Flickr

Walls keep us in and others out.  Sometimes they protect us and sometimes they give us privacy.  Personally, I can get a bit too reliant on my walls and get way too comfy in my reclusive rut.  It’s just easier that way most of the time.  I guess the trick to health is finding the perfect balance between honoring legitimate introverted alone time, and stepping out from behind the walls both literally and figuratively.

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20 Amazing Photos of Hands

I’ve been thinking a lot about hands. Most of us have them and I suspect that most of us take them for granted.  What would our lives be like without them?  At the very least very difficult.

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How to Develop Film at Home

Whether you’re a novice who wants to learn more about photography or a serious amateur photographer who wants to maintain control over the development of your photos, learning how to develop film can be fun, interesting and rewarding. Although the process isn’t difficult, the steps must be completed with accuracy and the processing supplies must be used correctly. Save money and take ownership of your film development process by following these steps.

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Photos of Sick People and So Forth

Ya know, there is definitely now a light at the end of the tunnel.  I am about 3/4 of the way done with getting all of the photos plugged back into Photoluminary, and I am no longer lamenting over so much lost work.

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