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Dreams Do Come True – A Night in the Castle – Part 4

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All Ears reader Kim Howe had the “dream of a lifetime” in December, when the Walt Disney World Dream Team awarded her a night’s stay in Cinderella’s Castle. Part 1 – Steppin Off Soarin’ Part 2 – Who Will Join Me? Part 3 – Logistics, Epcot, Dream Squads, and MouseFest, oh my! This is part … Continue reading "Dreams Do Come True – A Night in the Castle – Part 4"
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Lou Mongello’s Audio Guide to Walt Disney World – A Review

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Lou Mongello’s Audio Guide to Walt Disney World: Your Portable Personal Guide to Main Street, USA By Michelle Scribner-MacLean Think about that first time you went to the Magic Kingdom. Remember all of the excitement as you hit Main Street, USA as you entered the Happiest Place on Earth? Perhaps you “rocketed” over to Tomorrowland … Continue reading "Lou Mongello’s Audio Guide to Walt Disney World – A Review"
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Light Meter: ISO – Advanced

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All our lives we’ve bought film of various speeds such as 100, 200, and 400. These numbers are the film’s ISO (International Standards Organization). The lower the number the more light is required to get the correct exposure. That is to say that 100 ISO is ideal for daylight whereas 400 is best for indoor … Continue reading "Light Meter: ISO – Advanced"
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Picture This! Mailbag: AllEars Photographers Answer Your Questions

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Once in awhile, we’d like to share with you some of the questions we receive from our dear readers here on the Picture This! Blog. We find them challenging and we hope you find them informative. Becky asked: I know for film lenses, there is a conversion of 1.5x’s if used on a digital SLR. … Continue reading "Picture This! Mailbag: AllEars Photographers Answer Your Questions"
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Light Meter: Making a Bad Photo Better

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Yeehaw! I bet you boys and girls have taken lots a pictures of yur family. Like the time Joe-Joe done gradyated from 5th grade after 3 years. Or, or, or when Uncle Clyde won the blue ribbon for having the best looking twin. Boy oh boy do I remember those days. I betya that sometimes … Continue reading "Light Meter: Making a Bad Photo Better"
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Marathoning with Mike and Mickey – The Saga Begins

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Come along with me in my quest for my third Donald Duck half-marathon medal in as many years. It seems that with each year comes more challenges. This year the triple threat challenge of a cold, a crankee knee, and a winter that wouldn’t let me train, places my streak in jeopardy. On top of … Continue reading "Marathoning with Mike and Mickey – The Saga Begins"
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Mike’s Marathon Mind Dump: Part I of II

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While preparing for my first Walt Disney World Half-Marathon a few years ago I could not get enough information to please me. Actually I could not find enough help to ease the angst I had as I trained for my first half-marathon. So today, I am hopefully about to ease the angst of those of … Continue reading "Mike’s Marathon Mind Dump: Part I of II"
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Photographic Innoventions: Photo Editing 101

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Unlike when you used film, digital photography processing is done inside your camera and produces JPEG images. (dSLRs can also produce RAW images. RAW images are often referred to as digital negatives and require processing on a computer to produce the final JPEG image.) If you are like me, you try to get all your … Continue reading "Photographic Innoventions: Photo Editing 101"
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Light Meter: Kids & Teens

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It goes without saying that children want to be able to do what their older siblings and parents do. If you have kids, they’ve more than likely asked if they can play with your camera. You may have responded with words such as “This is Dada’s camera. It’s not a toy. Go ask Mommy for … Continue reading "Light Meter: Kids & Teens"
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