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Keep photos simple for best results

7:09 PM, Nov. 28, 2012
My nephew Walker, left and his fiancée, Maeve, pose for a quick photo that I posted on Facebook for his mother in New Zealand. I cropped this one in Photoshop on my computer.
My nephew Walker, left and his fiancée, Maeve, pose for a quick photo that I posted on Facebook for his mother in New Zealand. I cropped this one in Photoshop on my computer.
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Many years ago, my college professor in photojournalism harped on many points, but one he kept repeating: KISS.

"Keep it simple, stupid," was his credo. He was a photographer in Vietnam for the Navy, shooting potential bombing targets. He'd be up for 36 hours straight, so knowing his gear like the back of his hand, and keeping the gear he used simple, allowed him to do his job after being awake for 36 hours straight.

Here are some suggestions for photography, while remembering to keep it simple. ...

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