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Why "Golden Hour" Isn't Always Golden

So while "Golden Hour" is truly a gem, it can hold you back if you don't allow yourself to break out of your comfort zone and shoot at various times of the day and in a variety of conditions, which can only make you a better photographer - and more versatile - photographer in the end. 

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Brenda Nasr
For An Artist, Social Media Can Be A Foe, and How to Make It A Friend

The act of creating, be that taking a photo, drawing, painting, sewing, designing, and so on, is one of the greatest joys a person can experience. Being in the 'moment' of creating is pure bliss; it seems like time disappears and you are transported into another world, free of worry and one filled with absolute peace. However, sadly, these feelings often disappear and are replaced by their worst counterparts after the creation has been made. Inevitably, even if we are self-critical, we view our crafts as gifts, and with any gift, you want to share it. Many times, the act sharing is the exact opposite of the act of creating

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Brenda Nasr
How Turning My Hobby Into a Career Taught Me to Value Myself

The old adage that you "teach someone how to treat you" applies here. I was not valuing myself by not charging what I was worth (or at all, in many cases), and it gave people license to do the same. applies here. I was not valuing myself by not charging what I was worth (or at all, in many cases), and it gave people license to do the same.

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