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When Your MIND is in a FUNK!  Some days we’re sky high and sometimes we have a downhill slide, we just need to step back or out of a situation for a while and look out for ourselves every now and again. When you’re in your head, brain fog, down day, in a funk whatever you like to name we all have slumps inspirationally, creativity emotionally and physically, it’s natural it’s part of being human in this little journey of life, but it’s important to know how to deal with it, for me I feel that you have to ride the...

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advice, art of stillness, escapism, letting go, mental health, mental health benefits -

Bird photography and bird watching are great pastimes for the art of stillness.    Here's why So I've got a couple of thoughts about bird photography actually and we feel that bird photography as a whole is a great peaceful moment to gather your thoughts and just to look and just to watch life go by just to take a moment of stillness and bird watching is a great trait or a great niche to try out. I feel as though it's calming. It keeps your mind busy, keeps your mind from over-thinking but it just keeps you still and...

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advice, behind the scenes, editing, photography -

Here's a look behind the scenes at what programs i use to edit my phtotos

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2 Tips To Consider When Getting Started In Photography, advice -

Here are a few things to think about if you're new to photography or taking it seriously, and these are the two ideas I employ myself. Tip number one is to buy a used camera and a used lens. Give those old cameras some much-needed TLC and allow them to be used again. You're better off starting with a used camera and lens and immersing yourself in photography before investing in a top-of-the-line, high-end camera. Before you really know what, you're doing, the second suggestion is to shoot as many images as possible, whether with a camera or on your phone, and experiment with different types of photos and genres to get a sense of what each shot requires. Plan the composition, lighting, and scene setting for each photo.

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