There are a number of tutorials n the net that explain the best ways to create a cover photo for social networks. Many of them go into detail about exact sizes and prolonged processes of combining all of your images in Photoshop. There is a MUCH easier way..
Most of you will already be aware of the growing number of flying drones on the market. These remote flying objects can also carry camera's and give a safer and more controlled alternative to kite photography. One site which is utilising and sharing these images is dronestagram.
There are many elements of composition which enable you to take a great photo. Many of them can be used alone or combined with other elements to further enhance your images. Conversely it could be said that breaking some of these rules would also create a unique photograph.
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There are so many insanely good photographers on Google+ sharing their work and inspiring others to learn more about photography techniques. Most share their work and sometimes articles on photography from around the web. There are a few, however, that go one step further and engage their community in new and exciting ways. One such photographer goes by the name 'paradigmblue' and, as well as sharing his inspiring and truly excellent images, also invites his contacts to process one of his RAW files.
I've probably mentioned 'a few' time before that I often don't come away from a shoot with the photos that I was originally there for. I am of the opinion that unplanned photos are often the best and most satisfying for the simple fact that you had one chance, and used it, and have evidence of that fact.
3D printing is big news this year. More and more objects are appearing which have been 'printed'. As the technology improves and matures the items which can be created are becoming more and more intricate, it is now possible, it appears, to print a fully functioning camera body!