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30/60 Danbo and GF1.

Randy M. Santa-Ana: Photography

Danbo pays tribute to the camera that sustained us during our Micro Four-Thirds fascination:

Danbo and GF1.

It’s our old Panasonic GF1. It’s a mirror-less camera. I don’t know how to explain what that is, but basically it does not have a mirror, allowing it to be made smaller.

It works like a DSLR. You can inter-change compatible lenses with it. I used a Nikon adapter so I can use all my Nikon lenses with it.

Because it was so small, it was very convenient to carry around.

I soon grew tired of it and wanted to get back to shooting with a DSLR. It’s been in storage ever since. I never had a chance to take a photo of it so I took it out and made one.

Almost all the images I created of Danbo during her early years were taken with this camera. If you were impressed by the quality…

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Photography 101: Your Workflow, Part II

The Daily Post

Last week, fellow photographers on WordPress.com introduced their workflows and editing processes, and talked about how their very best images move from their cameras to their blogs. Today, we’ll wrap up this discussion and focus on important pre-publish tasks and ways to protect your photography online.

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Exploring the Reader: Photography Topics

The Daily Post

I browse the Reader each day to discover new posts and blogs — and to see what’s trending. Like my fellow editors, I also follow subjects that interest me, from popular tags like “culture” to specific tags and phrases that feed my obsessions, like “digital dualism” and “narrative design.” Adding custom tags to your Reader is a quick way to personalize it and organize the content that matters to you.

Many of you are interested in photography: the popularity of our Photography 101 series proves this. For even more inspiration, you can follow specific photography-related tags in your Reader — in addition to the broad “photography” tag — to find the type of photography you’re looking for.

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