Monday, March 13, 2017


5 comments:

  1. Emily, I like your infographic! Its nicely designed and professional looking. This is very helpful information for me to use in my Photography class. And I like your "remember to never stop being creative" quote at the bottom. Keep up the great work!

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  2. Seeing how straight forward and easy it could be to snap a photo with this infographic alone is such a great thing. Now a days people can think up a complex blueprint on what to do in a new hobby and forget to simplify the mind. Not only do you provide a direct and informal step by step to taking a quality picture , but you feature the info graphic in such a bubbly yet professional manner. Looks like a cute piece from Pinterest. My out most favorite part is that you put "know your camera" as first step which it very much should and is one that is not vocalized enough and am glad to hear it from a person who knows what thy're doing.

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  3. I really like this infographic. It is really nicely designed and has some great tips! This information is very helpful!

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  4. Thank you all so much! Julia, I really do hope this information can help you in your photography class and I hope it will help you advance even more. Keep u your work, and like I said, never stop being creative. Zalie, I was going for exactly that! The bubbly fun but also professional so people can have fun and learn at the same time. I do agree that a lot of times people have a hard time understanding their camera and when they try to find information about it, it is hard to understand. When people try to become a photographer they should always know how their camera works. Becca, thank you for your compliment!

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  5. I think the best topic that would suit your blog is hands-on tutorials with different types of cameras to keep your readers interested.

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