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Artwork for "Full-Bleed" Commercial Printing

Dennist1
New article posted: Artwork for "Full-Bleed" Commercial Printing
Canon Digital SLR, 30D, 300D. 17-85 F4; 70-200 2.8L, many others
Опубликовано: 12/05/2017, 02:33:19 AM
Photostock2015
Nice article :)
f2.8 , Cokin Excellence C-PL Super Slim 82mm, Wacom Intuos Art Pen ...
Опубликовано: 12/05/2017, 05:59:09 AM
Ifocus
Very useful, tweeted this article to my 'followers'.
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Опубликовано: 12/07/2017, 18:47:25 PM
Luv2ride61
Well organized information, but there is a small problem ... word usage: "to versus too. As a professional writer, I know how easy it is to allow "rushed, crushed, and unpolished" texting habits creep into your blogging and professional writing. It's also easy to skip time-consuming steps of proofing, revising, and self-examining. However, once an error is published, it is cemented in print, where it conveys all sorts of ideas to the reader about the writer's skill. Whatever the reason, even if it's unintentional oversight - which can happen to anyone - the fact remains that an error is telling the reader that someone is careless, sloppy, or deficient in writing skills. And it distracts the reader's eye and detracts from the easy flow or transfer of knowledge; something you don't want to happen, especially when you write in such an organized and concise way. Always re-proof after a spell check. And don't be afraid to hold yourself to a polished standard on blogs.
Опубликовано: 12/08/2017, 11:48:09 AM