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ADOBE PHOTOSHOP SEMINAR TOUR COMES TO NEW YORK IN JUNE/ 2011

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Started by Leon (Sealey2k) Sealey

0 May 2, 2011

FLASH TECHNIQUES TUTORIALS

FROM: Photography Instructor Phil Steele,   "Hey photographer friend,I don't know if you're using off-camera flash yet, but if you're inter…

Started by Leon (Sealey2k) Sealey

0 May 1, 2011

INEXPENSIVE PHOTO TECHNIQUE #2

One, if not the most important feature of portraiture is the eyes. The subject may not always measure up to a top runway model, but by draw…

Started by Leon (Sealey2k) Sealey

0 Apr 28, 2011

RAW vs JPEG?

Do you prefer to shoot in RAW or in  JPEG. For those of you who are not familiar with the choices, let me catch you before your mind falls…

Started by Leon (Sealey2k) Sealey

1 Mar 15, 2011
Reply by David Powell

IMAGINATION vs KNOWLEDGE

ALBERT EINSTEIN is quoted as saying, "Imagination is more important than knowledge..." Do you agree? How do you feel that statement applie…

Started by Leon (Sealey2k) Sealey

1 Mar 13, 2011
Reply by Ben Bohorquez

USEFUL IMAGE LICENSING INFORMATION

While checking out various sources for insightful information, I came across this enlightening subject excerpted from a  blog posted by one…

Started by Leon (Sealey2k) Sealey

0 Jun 21, 2010

INEXPENSIVE PHOTO TECHNIQUE

One beautiful thing about photography is that we are always trying to replicate an image captured by our eyes. But since lenses don't have…

Started by Leon (Sealey2k) Sealey

2 May 14, 2010
Reply by Philemon Najieb

MEGAPIXEL MANIA

It's clear the market for DSLRs is squarely focused on megapixels (MP). Just a few years ago 1.5 to 3MPs were the rave for amateur shooters…

Started by Leon (Sealey2k) Sealey

3 Jan 12, 2010
Reply by Leon (Sealey2k) Sealey

WHAT'S IN YOUR CAMERA BAG?

When I approach a photography assignment in the "field", that feeling of butterflies in my gut always comes over me. One reason is because…

Started by Leon (Sealey2k) Sealey

5 Dec 18, 2009
Reply by David Powell

WHAT IS A GOOD PICTURE?

Did you ever give thought to what makes something photogenic? How do we know what makes an image widely accepted as being attractive wherea…

Started by Leon (Sealey2k) Sealey

8 Dec 9, 2009
Reply by Soulchild

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I commend you, Jaijai, for caring so much that you created this castle of the heart for all of us. I want to share my praise for all of the new friends as well as old friends that I've met and will meet here in our castle. Here we can garnish the where-with-all, the strength, the conviction, and the selflessness through our symbiosis, to share our gift to the world with an unbiased agenda.

My mentor, Daisaku Ikeda says of art: "A beautiful flower delights and refreshes the hearts of all people equally, no matter what soil it grows in. That is the power of beauty. The same is true of great art. It is this spirit that the German poet Heinrich Heine sang of when he wrote that once the peapod bursts open, the sugar peas inside are for everyone to enjoy."

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Cleveland's Joe Lovano Comes Home

Every December, saxophonist Joe Lovano travels home to Cleveland to throw himself a birthday concert. We hear tales of Lovano family lore, and a get a slice of his musical past and present.

Snarky Puppy's Full Pack Came Together To Record 'Immigrance'

This loosely-knit collective of funk, jazz, and rock players recorded it's latest studio album, Immigrance, with the full lineup of just under 20 members.

First Listen: Brad Mehldau, 'Finding Gabriel'

The jazz pianist's swing-for-the-fences opus references Old Testament prophets and collides retro-futurist synthesizers with horns and strings.

The Birthplace Of Country Music's First Hit Is Being Threatened By Modern Construction

A grassroots drive to preserve a historic building in downtown Atlanta is highlighting the city's somewhat forgotten role in early country music.

Wynton Marsalis Imagines Buddy Bolden's Jazz On-Screen: 'He Was Bringing Fire'

Decorated jazz composer Wynton Marsalis talks about creating music inspired by an artist he's never heard play, Charles "Buddy" Bolden, for the film Bolden.

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