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  1. What is spot Metering – Spot Metering Examples

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    October 13, 2010 by atxryan


  2. Free Textures for Layers – a set on Flickr

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    September 6, 2010 by atxryan

    Some great textures and texture ideas from one of my Flickr contacts, Pink Sherbet Photography.


  3. Evan’s Expo: My HDR Work-flow

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    August 22, 2010 by atxryan

    Another photographer's (and fellow Austinite) HDR process.


  4. Evan’s Expo: My HDR Work-flow

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    August 22, 2010 by atxryan

    Another photographer's (and fellow Austinite) HDR process.


  5. Twinkie

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    August 17, 2010 by atxryan

    The Twinkie is made up for 37 or so ingredients and this is what they look like.


  6. Twinkie

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    August 17, 2010 by atxryan

    The Twinkie is made up for 37 or so ingredients and this is what they look like.


  7. The first fake photographs… « How to be a Retronaut

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    August 9, 2010 by atxryan

    'shopped.


  8. The Ghosts of World War II’s Past (20 photos) – My Modern Metropolis

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    August 7, 2010 by atxryan

    I love past & present photos like this.


  9. America in Color from 1939-1943 – Plog Photo Blog

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    August 5, 2010 by atxryan

    Depression-era full-color photos.


  10. Historypin – Mashup of old and current view

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    June 6, 2010 by atxryan

    Historypin is a like a digital time machine that allows people to view and share their personal history in a totally new way.

    It uses Google Maps and Street View technology and hopes to become the largest user-generated archive of the world's his…


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