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    A Haunted Beauty
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    Acadia National Park - October Sky
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    The Maryland Renaissance Fair - A Good Day Out!
    Summary: You arrive as spectator, and are soon transformed into a participant. The Maryland Renaissance Festival embraces you as you step through the gates into Revel Grove—a 16th century English village with maypole dancing, knights jousting, me-ladies parading...

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    Shoot the "Wow"
    Summary: So, we've been taking photographs for years and years – shots of our children growing up, and of their special days, and maybe if we’re old enough, shots of our grandkids.

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    Seeing the Light - Part Two
    Summary: Seeing a rainbow is always a treat – and reminds us that light consists of all those colors, though we're usually blind to them.

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    Seeing the Light - Part One
    Summary: You may have heard photographers talk about “the magic hour” - which is essentially the hour or so on each side of sunrise and sunset when the light is golden, and when textures, shadows and colors are warm and vivid.

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    No More Boring Photos!
    Summary: Don't let your eyes restrict you to what you see. Allow your mind to direct your creation - turning a snapshot into a work of art conveying a vision true to yourself.

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    Photography: A Way of Seeing or Recording 'A Moment'
    Summary: We are all photographers – any of us who have picked up a camera, and snapped a photograph. Why do we do it? Often, to capture the moment.

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    Exposure Triangle
    Summary: Photography is about capturing light. Without light, there is no image. Since the invention of photography, the image captured on light-sensitive material has been called an exposure.

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    Know Your Tools
    Summary: “It’s not like I saw it,” I heard a woman recently exclaim to her companion at the tidal basin in Washington DC. She was looking at the screen on her small digital camera, having just taken a snapshot of the cherry blossoms highlighting the Jefferson Memorial.

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    Reverie Land
    Summary: When our dear dog, Sparkie, was euthanized a year ago, I found myself searching for images of her to chronicle her life with us...

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