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I shot this image after the rain.I think one of my nice ones regards from me ,,Maria Blumberg
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It was one of holy places of INDIA
It's a while since I shared some of my photography here. So, I thought you might like to see these three photographs taken on my morning bicycle ride
If you own a copy of Adobe Photoshop and are looking to resize photos for Facebook in the best possible way, you're in the right place! Check out these two awesome Photoshop Actions I've made for you
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This growing collection of Photoshop tricks awaits you! Optimise images to look great on the web; create your own Heal Tool; black and white conversions and more...
You've gone to all that effort capturing, organising, editing and printing your digital photographs. Now it's time to make use of the best backup software!
A beat up, old pair of shoes I had drawn on resting in dead leaves.
A picture of a tree but don in negative so you can;t tell what it is at first glimpse.
A discussion on image sharing in the Hybrid Age. I'd love to hear your thoughts, so read my article and then share your views...