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Sharing: Cellphone Photo Tips

Sharing: Cellphone Photo Tips

I’m going to be honest with you here… I’m not really feeling the blogging today. 🙂 It’s GORGEOUS outside, and I spent almost the entire day enjoying my backyard paradise, feeding the birds and squirrels (and me), catching up on my social media reading (and podcast listening), and—of course—cooling off in my “pool.”

But since I’m *this close to the end of Blogathon 2016, I’m sure as heck not giving up on my goal of posting something every day in June now. So I’ve decided that my post on this picture-perfect day would share one by ZDNet with tips to help you take perfect pictures with your cellphone. I used tips 1 and 3 for the shot above. What do you think?

Five tips for taking professional looking photos with your smartphone (ZDNet, 06/25/16)

Oh yeah, and I’m also sharing a link to this National Geographic Your Shot: Assignment contest where you can submit local photos and have a chance to win a trip to Korea… Woo-hoo! (Entry deadline is July 6th.)

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Happy Game of Thrones Season Finale Day, everybody!

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