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soniapbgomes
soniapbgomes
Posted 1 minute ago
Moon_Rose
soniapbgomes
soniapbgomes
Posted 1 minute ago
Healing_Himalayas
albenaj
albenaj
Posted 5 minutes ago
Love_Guardians
soniapbgomes
soniapbgomes
Posted 7 minutes ago
Thank you soooo much ❤ :D

Spaceman77 wrote:
Such expressive 'G r e a t' looking art!!!
Constellations
Sunny21327
yamama
yamama
Posted 12 minutes ago
Correct lighting in photography for the beginner is probably one of the most important basic photography tips to learn for how to take good pictures most of the time. The more light that surrounds your image, particularly natural light, the clearer the picture will turn out. Most cameras come equipped with a built-in flash which significantly helps for taking good pictures indoors. Acquainting yourself with this feature will save you the frustration of your photos being too dark. Ideally, when at all possible, taking your photos outdoors will allow for the best source of lighting.
OrigamiMei
OrigamiMei
Posted 13 minutes ago
Thank you, Sweet Pea. :*

albenaj wrote:
Cool❤


I know, right?! Especially the palette....it screams 1987!

UPtimist wrote:
This is so 80's :D
triangulation.
Sunny21327
yamama
yamama
Posted 14 minutes ago
Contrary to what many people think, buying a fancy new camera is not the answer for how to take better pictures. Applying some simple basic photography tips and techniques when taking pictures is more important than the camera you are using. With practice, anyone can learn how to take good pictures with any camera.
yamama
yamama
Posted 14 minutes ago
Taking pictures these days compared to yesteryear couldn't be more foolproof. If you are an amateur and haven't acquired a knack for how to take good pictures that are worth keeping, you simply delete the picture and take another one. No wasted film and no developing costs.