Every one hates long commutes. If you are traveling with friends or co-workers people often try to find ways to keep themselves busy. some read books, some play with their mobile phones, some listen to music.
Imagine if some ones in the pack knows how to play guitar. the whole boring commute turns into a picnic party. The guy who knows how to play guitar becomes and Icon, a rock star for everyone else. Imagine the attention and respect the guy gets.
Now Imagine that guy is you! yes, you can also play guitar. It’s not that difficult. I learned it over a weekend & I now practice it during my 2 hours long commute by train. I have become a rock star for the fellow commuters in that 7:20am local.Â people smile at me when I play a nice piece. I have made quite a lot of friends too.
It all began with this e-book a friend of mine sent me via email and few You Tube videos and free guitar lesson websites. do check them out…
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Each one of us have a photographer inside us. When we travel we want to create memories and photo that our friends and family see and exclaim
How did you take that photo?
Photography is as much of a craft as it is an art. Every one can learn to take good photos. Its few simple rules about focus, light and gear… Composition of a photo however is an Art. You can learn to take good photos but you have to practice and be creative to take great photos.Â The book that you can download below is more like a text book that every traveling person and commuter should soak up before picking that camera.
It is not that you cannot take great photos with out learning photography. I have seen people who know nothing about travel photography taking great photo’s worthy of being included in NAT GEO’s next edition. But to take good photo’s ,every time you pickup camera, is a trait that come from practice and learning.
This book is indeed a great resource for people who want to take good photos.