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Jon is a photographer and writer, and also provides individual and small group tuition in digital SLR and Photoshop skills. jon@jonadamsmedia.co.uk

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THIS may sound like a bold claim, but this technique really will improve any picture. From a hurried family snap to a carefullyconsidered still-life, and from a shaky scenic to a delicate, moonlit landscape, this simple project will elevate a photo’s status and place it in an entirely new league. No matter what your style of photography may be, and regardless of whether you’re a raw beginner or an old hand, this will lift your shots onto a higher plane, and give them a commercial, high-end look that demands attention.

When you carefully frame and label an image, your viewer will immediately assign it more value. It’s an automatic response on their part: regardless of the picture’s actual content, it’ll suddenly take on greater importance and become more compelling. Presenting a photo in

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