Sorry about the word everyone.  I meant to change it, but forgot.  I’m sure you are clever enough to come up with something anyway.  The Ragtag Daily Prompt for Thursday, 28 February 2019  —  DIAMETRIC.
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Photography 101: Canon Holy Trinity

Expat Journal: Postcards from the Edge

Stephen F. Dennstedt

I call it (as do others) the Canon Holy Trinity but it could just as easily be called the Nikon or Sony Holy Trinity. What am I talking about here—religion or photography? Definitely photography, I always get into trouble with politics and religion. Experienced photographers will know what I mean when I talk about the Trinity but for new photographers read on.

The Trinity consists of the three lenses every serious photographer should have in their kit: 16-35mm f/2.8, 24-70mm f/2.8 and 70-200mm f/2.8. The idea is you can cover virtually every photo assignment with one of these three lenses (with the possible exception of professional sports or wildlife shooting where a long lens is required). Do you absolutely need these three lenses? Of course not.

Lens selection, like everything else in photography, is a matter of personal choice: you choose what works best for you and…

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Photography 101: Avoid These Rookie Mistakes

Expat Journal: Postcards from the Edge

I can spot a rookie photographer in a nanosecond. Every single time. Without having ever seen their work. Mind you—there is nothing inherently wrong with being a rookie but do you really want to advertise the fact. Maybe you do—if so, simply do these two things: use your branded neck strap and mount your lens hood incorrectly.

If you’ve ever lugged around a heavy DSLR camera and lens on a flimsy manufacturer’s neck strap for any length of time then I’m probably preaching to the choir. Nothing shouts rookie louder than a neck strap with Canon, Nike, Sony et al printed on it. And using a neck strap as a shoulder strap is just a bad idea—they slip off your shoulder and CRASH.

If you’re a lightweight Micro 4/3 shooter do whatever you think best—but in my opinion manufacturer provided straps still look dorky and aren’t very efficient. The second…

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How To Spot Someone’s Hidden Motives And Real Intentions!

Just Brittany Moments

Do you have some people in your life that make you question, “Are they for me or against me?”

Sometimes the people around us may not have our best interest in mind. People may act nice towards you because they probably want something or have other ulterior motives in mind. Unfortunately, these people may be family or friends, so it can be tough to distinguish who is being genuine and who is not.

If you’re having this problem, here is a video outling ways to spot someone’s hidden motives and real intentions!

Click the link below for all your answers!

How To Spot Someone’s Hidden Motives and Real Intentions!

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Netflix movies and shows due out in March — Archy news nety


Like many things in life, Netflix’s ads are ephemeral. As we welcome a series of new films, shows and specials every month, some of the old titles have to leave the platform to make room for the new. Your favorite may be on the log. So you’re not caught off guard when you look for…

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