Monthly Archives: January 2013

That good old “outline”

Here is some more technical advice. Even the best writers, those with years of practice and experience, prepare an outline before writing. Yes, an outline, just like we learnt in school for writing essays. Make ordered notes on what you … Continue reading

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  The eye follows lines and lines run towards a vanishing point. In the composition of a photo, the eye is attracted to the vanishing point, which often passes from one side of the image to the other. Vincenzo Cammarata

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A good trip is a slow trip

Imagine running around like maniacs along the Amalfi coast. Running like headless chickens just to arrive on time for an aperitif or dinner. What do you think? Perhaps you are missing out on something? You are in one of the … Continue reading

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Portraits are in the eyes!

We all know that “the eyes are the window to the soul”. That is where we find ourselves. You just have to capture the attention of the viewer looking at this magnetic part of the human body. To achieve this, … Continue reading

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