Monthly Archives: February 2013

Things can talk (more on adjectives)

Adjectives are a special world for writers. Each writer has their favourites and carefully places them where they will have the most impact. Sometimes, it can be interesting to move them from one thing to another to draw the reader … Continue reading

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A telling project: special photo albums

What should we do with our images when we get home from a trip? They can be used, after a thorough selection, to tell the story of our adventure. But how? That depends on our imagination, our graphic abilities and … Continue reading

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Learn by cropping

Some purists wrinkle their noses when they hear the word “crop”. However, if you can develop a critical sense regarding your framing, over time, cropping will improve your sense of framing while you are actually taking shots. Vincenzo Cammarata

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Tips from a master

Are we dwarves in the land of giants? This week, let us look at the words of the great writer George Orwell. The author of “1984″ and “Animal Farm” wrote an essay on the English language entitled “Politics and the … Continue reading

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