Want to learn photography? Are you looking to hone your skills to even further level? Whatever the reason be, you can’t miss this. I am very happy to bring you a book on photography. I am almost done with the book and would release it later this year. Till then, I feel grateful to roll out a sample excerpt from my book. Download it, read it & practice it. As you complete, do let me know your feedback. Do share with your friends too. Afterall, we are all into this together. Let’s grow together!
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Often you’ll find some applications not available in your OS repository/third party repository or you need to install a recent version than the one in your repository. Whatever the case might be, you’re left with no option but to compile & install the application from the source tarball provided from the application’s project website. Beginners might feel this process to be intimidating but its not that difficult. Once you repeat it a couple of times, it will become a second nature to you. I’ll outline some basic steps which will help you to install the application from a source tarball.
The best thing about giving your views on a particular thing is that it enables the person in front of you to learn new things. It presents a new dimension to the same thing. However, the words by you can also have an unfavorable effect on the person who asked your opinion in first place if not presented properly. Being a photographer, you’re probably registered over many of the top photography forums & sites over the web. You read blogs, forum threads, address photography queries in person, over chat etc. It becomes more so essential that you communicate your views on a particular work precisely & in the same way you feel. It becomes vital that there is no chance for your words to be misinterpreted.