Poll – Your Favorite Articles

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Hello, friends! In an effort to continue to improve upon the content of this site and the articles I write, I would like to ask your opinion about the types of articles that you enjoy reading the most. I try to mix things up between personal stories and experiences, post-processing tutorials, shooting techniques, book and product reviews, artistic appreciation, and the like. I’m always looking for new ideas and new directions to take my writing, so please feel free to express your thoughts in the poll, and in the comments.

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  • Cornell

    I indicated “other” for the poll because I can choose only one. All of the following appeal to me, listed in the order in which they appear in the poll: (a) personal stories by the author, (b) camera/lens reviews, (c) Photoshop tutorials, and (d) photographic “rules of thumb” & technique “how-to's”.

    I have Photoshop Elements; however, I have found that many Photoshop tutorials are adaptable to Elements.

  • http://www.facebook.com/chris.newhall Chris Newhall

    I have to agree with you, what I like so much about this site is the variety of articles.

    Reviews from private sites like this are always nice when you are looking at a product, but I usually don't like reading them if I am not looking at that item in particular.

    Photoshop tutorials are fun to try out but then again so are actual on-the-camera techniques.

    And personal stories are entertaining and are a great way of answering a lot of the questions beginners have, including the one I got all worked up about earlier.