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When “Camera Raw” was introduced, I immediately started using it. There was the promise of the “power of Raw”  – you would be able to do so much more with your pictures. Still, they seemed dull.  The camera had done everything before, now I had to work. And I had to learn new things! Yikes! Now those new things are habits – it was worth all the effort! The more effort you put in, the

She was camera shy. I had to take the pictures.  I just let it go, children love to get involved in the world. So I waited. And then, she started playing with leaves and acorns.  She opened up to the camera. We all need to open up to the camera of life. In the words of the poet: “To see the world in a grain of sand again.” Go ahead, play. Feel free to visit www.pixelpostcards.com and comment on any of the

Sometimes all you need is a chicken.The light was working beautifully. The green door and window were balanced so well. It was a great picture by most standards. Colour, balance, composition. And then the chicken walked in.Perfect.It turned an ordinary house into a home.Sometimes all it takes is a chicken.Or, put differently…Little things can make a big difference. Feel free to visit www.pixelpostcards.com and comment on any of the posts.

I promised my family that I would be taking a walk with them.  And then, while walking, the light just started to gain magic qualities.  Clouds moved in.  I took out my camera. And I stayed, while they walked on… The last rays of sunlight touched two old willows. I was hurried to take the shot.  My family was walking away… One seems to be caught up between choices almost all the time.   Finding the balance is hellishly hard to do!   Yes,