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Photography project offers new views of Tenderloin, kids - San Francisco Chronicle

Photography project offers new views of Tenderloin, kids - San Francisco Chronicle | Anything Photography | Scoop.it
“San Francisco Chronicle Photography project offers new views of Tenderloin, kids San Francisco Chronicle Born and raised in the Tenderloin, Yessenia Pozo hardly glanced at the guys selling and using drugs on the corner as she walked to middle school.”
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How to Take Amazing Winter Photos of Your Kids - PopSugar.com

How to Take Amazing Winter Photos of Your Kids - PopSugar.com | Anything Photography | Scoop.it
“How to Take Amazing Winter Photos of Your Kids PopSugar.com We turned to Minneapolis/St.”
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How to Make a Portrait of a Stranger in 8 Easy Steps

How to Make a Portrait of a Stranger in 8 Easy Steps | Anything Photography | Scoop.it
“ How to Make a Portrait of a Stranger in 8 Easy Steps - get over the fear of photographing strangers with Valerie Jardin's easy to follow steps.”
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Landscape photography, part two: applied landscapes | Ming Thein

Landscape photography, part two: applied landscapes  | Ming Thein | Anything Photography | Scoop.it
In the previous article, we looked at some of the fundamental principles of landscape photography. Today, we’re going to question more of those assumptions and see how those principles apply equally to a very diverse range of subjects. Let’s start with what is, on the face of things, a fairly obvious question: At what point does a landscape turn into a cityscape turn into architecture turn into urban reportage/ flaneur photography? If you have an expansive natural scene with one remote house on it, is it still a landscape? I think nobody would argue with you on that one. Two houses? A small town? Maybe it’s a question of scale, or visual dominance? What about a physically small scene with predominantly natural elements – that’s a landscape, surely. But what if the scene is man-made with merely the inclusion of natural elements? I’m sure a carefully-planned Japanese garden is definitely landscape material. Regardless of the answer, I think we can all agree that the lines become increasingly blurred......
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Tree Picture -- Nature Wallpaper -- National Geographic Photo of the Day

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“See a photo of a canopy of leaves in Berlin and download free wallpaper from National Geographic.”
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