Ni Ki Cruz Photography Mediacast [09-199C]: Photo Walk Conversation with Joel

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The second annual Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk was held in downtown San Jose. Fifty photographers gathered to spend several hours walking around downtown photographing what the city had to offer. We had the pleasure of talking with Joel, one of the participants of the photo walk.

Ni Ki Cruz Photography Mediacast [09-199D]: Photo Walk Conversation with Craig Colvin

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The second annual Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk was held in downtown San Jose. Fifty photographers gathered to spend several hours walking around downtown photographing what the city had to offer. We had the pleasure of talking with Craig Colvin of Craig Colvin Photography.com, one of the participants of the photo walk.

Ni Ki Cruz Photography Mediacast [09-199B]: Photo Walk Conversation with Ardail Smith

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The second annual Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk was held in downtown San Jose. Fifty photographers gathered to spend several hours walking around downtown photographing what the city had to offer. We had the pleasure of talking with Ardail Smith of Ardail Smith.com, one of the participants of the photo walk.

Ni Ki Cruz Mediacast [09-199E]: Photo Walk Conversation with Steve

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The second annual Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk was held in downtown San Jose. Fifty photographers gathered to spend several hours walking around downtown photographing what the city had to offer. We had the pleasure of talking with Steve, one of the participants of the photo walk.

Ni Ki Cruz Photography Newsletter [09-166]

Ni Ki Cruz Photography Newsletter

Ni Ki Cruz Photography Newsletter

Dear Shutterbug

How many ways you can you photograph the same subject. Well, that depends on how you use your equipment. I see many photographers rush to a subject and take that one head-on shot. How depressing when compared to all the potential shots you can capture if you take the time to analyze your subject and its environment. Learn to take your time when taking a photo and learn to force yourself to look at your subject from different angles. Beauty does’t have one view, beauty is hidden and it awaits for you to find it. Never stop shooting.

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Photo Tip of the Week: 3 Tips to Getting Sharper Photos (Part 2 of 3)
Camera Equipment and Accessory Reviews: POD The Silver and Blue Pods
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