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Some of you get paid to speak; others hope to get paid one day. One thing that we all face as paid speakers is the issue of payment vs. exposure. That is, we will be invited to speak pro bono, or will be offered less than our usual rate, and we’ll have to decide if it’s worth it to take less money in order to get exposure or visibility…only a few of my pro bono speaking engagements have paid off in clients or future speaking engagements. Read the rest.
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14 thoughts on “Week in Review with Tulip”
Nice picture! I especially like that single drop of water on the tulip.
Beautiful picture!!! Love the Orange and DOF(Depth of Field)!
Thanks! Depth of Field (Robin of http://aroundtheisland.blogspot.com/ talk me the word “bokeh”) is one of my favorites. If you have any tips on how to achieve good depth of field shots, would love to hear. Good to see you again last night at the HPPL social media talks.
Intresting!!! new word for me hehe… I am not even close to pro… I my 3 yr old kodak 5mp point and shoot with 10x optical in manual modes most of time… One simple rule to get DOF is lower F stop. Here is a very interesting tutorial for the same
But here is my easy to understand guide
1) its good to get close but its better to keep little more distance and zoom in(optical zoom)
2) lock the focus by pressing shutter half and
3) click done
P.S one should always check their camera’s specs for macro mode distance
Great shot and I like the “bokeh” there too!
Shabbat Shalom from someone who should really be in her kitchen.
With respect to the speaking engagements, that’s why its important to have an agent! Of course, I don’t have one …
Agent, hmm. That’s a few levels up from where I am now…public speaking is new for me.
if you could taste that tulip… it would be orange sherbet!
Orange sherbert…yes, I like that description!
Beautiful. Such a unique color–like a sunset. And beautifully photographed.
Sometimes I just hit the right photo with my many shots. I really like this orange sunset tulip, too.
What a gorgeous shot of the tulip and what an awesome color!
Wow..that drop on the tulip is amazing..Great macro Leora..
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