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Social Photographers Are The Most Creative—And Facebook Knows This

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Prediction: Apple(Face)Book Will Rule Social Creativity I’ve often said and written about how the greatest photographers in the world are...

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The Million Dollar Question In Photography

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What Should I Charge? I’m constantly asked by photographers at my photography workshops, “What should I charge?” This seems like a million...

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Pinterest, Inspiration And Marketing For Photographers

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Get Inspired While Getting Noticed In a previous blog article, I talked about how Instagram combined with Tumblr are not only free, but...

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Folklore Photography, The Grim Reaper Concept

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Out of Ideas, Recreate A Myth The Story Behind The Image: I’m a bit behind after conducting, back-to-back photography workshops in Las...

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My Digital Camera Is Better Than Yours

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Yep, But My Lens Is Better Than Yours There’s been a lot of chatter lately on the Internet about mirror-less vs. mirror cameras, the new...

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Fast WordPress Photography Websites Without Blogging

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Practically Free, But Professional Having a website is paramount for photographers today and the easiest form is using the WordPress...

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Size Does Matter In Photography

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The Smaller The Harder, The Larger The Softer When it comes to size in photography, one often thinks of lenses, and while proper lens...

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Welcome to (Lens Diaries™), a hybrid photography blog with social flair. The photoblog provides photo tips, photo tutorials and photo diaries by professional photographer, author, writer, speaker and social media consultant, Rolando Gomez.

Lens Diaries™ is open to all levels of photographers, beginners to advanced, including fine art photography, fashion photography, wedding photography, portrait photography, people photography, baby photography, sports photography, nature photography, iphoneography, landscape photography, studio photography, underwater photography, etc.

Our primary photography focus is digital photography and digital cameras. From iPhones to Canon’s and Nikon’s, you can count on us!