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guangzhou


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http://www.squidoo.com/...climbing-photography

New to squidoo, but posted a rock climbing article on the site. Feel free to post your comments there or here and let me know what you think.

If you like the article, click the like squidoo button for me please.


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very helpful.thanks for the links.


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Marvellous photography.I would like to say thank you for your photography talent ideas,& they are very helpful to us growing photographers your work has inspired me to try & work together with other photographers to see what kind of collaborations we can come up with keep up the good work.


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guangzhou wrote:
http://www.squidoo.com/...climbing-photography

New to squidoo, but posted a rock climbing article on the site. Feel free to post your comments there or here and let me know what you think.

If you like the article, click the like squidoo button for me please.
Two comments:
1. Add some suggestions about shooting looking down or across at the climber rather than up. So many climbing shots result in just asses and elbows.

2. For post processing, suggest Lightroom for basic fixes and workflow and Photoshop Elements 10 for more extensive post work. The full Photoshop is usually overkill (and much more expensive) for most photographers and the majority of shots. Also, the current version of PS is CS6. CS2 is so outdated at this point that it should not be mentioned.


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I think that is small details to catch more interesting shots, which will stand out from the rest. Be creative when you are shooting e.g. try to capture when someone is chalking or a close-up of your friendís worn climbing hands.


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Very nice lens. I like to make pages on Squidoo too. It's easy and puts your ideas in front of a lot of people. Thanks for sharing. I'll be looking out for more stuff from you.


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I think If you like the idea of collecting your own picture diary of an unforgettable experience, then you should examine the traditional The Everest Base Camp Trek, with the chance to see Install The tallest mountain with your own sight, and take some unforgettable pictures.

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