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Blog Photography Tips

Photography is a big part of blogging, no matter how eloquent your words are, they need some good pictures to go along with them. Taking photos for your blog can be intimidating, especially when you flick through some of the amazing examples on Instagram from other bloggers – how do they style the images perfectly, get the right angle,  499 more words

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How to Start Your Own Blog

So you want to start your own blog, who doesn’t? It’s a great opportunity to release some creative energy and share it with other people in the process. 524 more words

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My Great Typography Rant

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20 fonts every graphic designer should own So many publications have 10 this or 10 that you should own. I value this advise – but to have 5 posts about similar topics. 206 more words

Finding Copyright Flexible Images using Flickr

Need help finding copyright flexible images for a multimedia presentation? This video offers a step-by-step approach to finding media you can legally use via Flickr. Be sure to pay attention to the license type attached to each image and use only images that do not claim “all rights reserved.” 55 more words

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Writing Great Blog Posts in Four Steps

I was playing around with Venngage this morning and designed this list of four steps to follow to write great blog posts.

The best bloggers pay special attention to #4, revision. 86 more words

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TRAILER: Miley Cyrus Stars In Woody Allen's 1960s Family Comedy 'Crisis In Six Scenes'

The turbulent 1960s come to a small suburban town in Woody Allen’s new Amazon series, “Crisis In Six Scenes”, starring Miley Cyrus.

The extended trailer for the original series has hit the web, showing Cyrus as the family’s youngest rebel.   64 more words


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