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March 2011

Taking a photo is easy! But, taking a good photo is a mixture of luck, preparation and good timing.

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Are your printed photos fuzzy?
Are people faces unrecognisable in the blur?
Is InDesign telling you your images aren’t hi-res enough?
Well, you probably need more pixels!

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(I hate brackets.)

Yep, I hate how they look on the page, how often they get tangled up with full-stops and commas, and especially what they do to a sentence.

All editors have their little hatreds … ellipses, buts, thats, whiches, exclamations, semicolons, gerunds, split infinitives, ises and izes, but my special bugbear is the Parentheses.

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There is something inherently cool about never having a permanent job [not that my husband agrees]. No bosses, no 9-5 drudgery, no pesky workfellows you can’t bear to spend another day with, complete freedom at a minutes notice. The reality is just a teeny bit, slightly, different: the glamour of freelance graphic design has somehow turned out to be full of long hours, difficult clients, or worse - no clients, dull production line work and editors who only ever seem to take 4 hour lunch breaks on deadline day, the list sometimes seems endless [and getting to work until lunchtime in your pyjamas is little compensation].

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