Words and camera

Sunday Stills: Fun with #Photo-Editing

If you have ever uploaded an image to your media files for a blog post, no doubt you have edited the photo to some degree. Whether you cropped, adjusted exposure or watermarked your image for publication, there is a need and an art to photo-editing. Some are masters at creating a digital painting, while others …

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How To create a custom blog signature with PicMonkey

How to Create a Custom Blog Signature with PicMonkey

When I started seriously blogging over three years ago, I quickly understood the importance of how well-chosen images and graphics played in blog posts and on websites. Soon after, I also noticed some bloggers included their name or signature at the end of their posts. I liked how it looked and how it graphically tied …

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Use CANVA in your writing

How to Use Canva in Your Writing | WordDreams

As part of my Thursday Reblog feature today, I am happy to share a post by fellow blogger and author, Jacqui Murray. I appreciate anyone who can share their experiences using Canva to create stunning graphics, and not just for blogging. As a photographer, I have used PicMonkey for several years to post-edit my images. …

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Picture-is-worth-1000-words

How To Get 500+ Followers: 3 Reasons to Use Images on Your Blog

In an earlier post, I shared some blogging tips for running a successful blog in celebration of reaching 500 followers. In this post, I would like to discuss the use of images on your blog and in your blog posts. Tip 1: Use photos and images on your blog page or website. When I visit other blogs, …

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