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137 — 5 Photography Resolutions For the New year

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    Default 137 — 5 Photography Resolutions For the New year

    It took a long while but the latest podcast is live here.
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    Thanks for the labour of love. These are excellent reminders and inspirations. Last year I think my resolution was to try to tackle all the forum assignments. Didn't quite make it 100%, but I had fun trying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mbrager View Post
    Thanks for the labour of love. These are excellent reminders and inspirations. Last year I think my resolution was to try to tackle all the forum assignments. Didn't quite make it 100%, but I had fun trying.
    I agree with MB. This provides good inspiration and was just what I needed.

    Mike, I had noted your commitment to the assignments last year. Well done.
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    Marko has gone "Brooks Jensen" on us. Perfect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barefoot View Post
    Marko has gone "Brooks Jensen" on us. Perfect.
    Hmmm - what does that mean? (did brooks just publish a podcast after a long absence)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko View Post
    Hmmm - what does that mean? (did brooks just publish a podcast after a long absence)?
    Nothing like that at all. Its just that his podcast are both inspirational and motivating. Kinda like this last one of yours. Can't deny that I had almost given up. Your podcast show up in my RSS feed on my Yahoo page and Lube Up Your Filters hadn't been replaced in what seemed like forever. I truly appreciate everything you do and I mean that from the bottom of my heart.
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