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When we get into a relationship, we tend to think that we know everything, and we don't need any help, just to suddenly realize that things are falling apart and the passion has started to cool down. Relationship is just like a plant, it needs a healthy environment to grow and last. We brought you some simple tips that could help you have a healthy relationship and be happy with your spouse.

When we get into a relationship, we tend to think that we know everything, and we don't need any help, just to suddenly realize that things are falling apart and the passion has started to cool down. Relationship is just like a plant, it needs a healthy environment to grow and last. We brought you some simple tips that could help you have a healthy relationship and be happy with your spouse.

I am quite proud that with one single exception (THIS) every word and photo on this blog is mine, and I have never used anybody else’s content. But I am going to make a rare exception this on…

I am quite proud that with one single exception (THIS) every word and photo on this blog is mine, and I have never used anybody else’s content. But I am going to make a rare exception this on…

Night Photography Beginner Basics! We explain which camera settings to use and how to get crisp stars.

Night Photography Beginner Basics! We explain which camera settings to use and how to get crisp stars.

Tip on Selective Focus… One of the best techniques in photography is to use a wide aperture to throw the background out of focus, while shooting portraits, which is also called as selective focus. The idea is to focus on the subject’s eyes, select a wide aperture so that the eyes and part of the face are in focus, while the rest goes out of focus. More at https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151350130832045=a.243402462044.146726.176693602044=1

Tip on Selective Focus… One of the best techniques in photography is to use a wide aperture to throw the background out of focus, while shooting portraits, which is also called as selective focus. The idea is to focus on the subject’s eyes, select a wide aperture so that the eyes and part of the face are in focus, while the rest goes out of focus. More at https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151350130832045=a.243402462044.146726.176693602044=1

Easy ways to get sharp focus in your photos if you are working with larger groups. Follow these tips for clear, crisp photos that are in focus!

Easy ways to get sharp focus in your photos if you are working with larger groups. Follow these tips for clear, crisp photos that are in focus!