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36 Photographs of Inner City Buildings and Skyscrapers

by Jake Rocheleau
on June 23, 2013

in Photography

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The modern era we live is fascinating and hectic at the same time. There are few moments in the day we can sit back and revel in human accomplishments. But looking over our modernization of bigger cities it should become obvious that we as a society have been advancing rapidly over these past few decades. The inner city areas are often congested yet provide a sweet poetry of ideas and emotions.

I want to share a photo gallery of 36 various shots from different cities around the world. These landscapes are focused on clusters of buildings and skyscrapers often found in downtown areas. You may be surprised to find how large many of these cities actually are! It’s really incredible to accept how much work and manpower is required to build each and every one of these buildings. I hope this showcase may provide a deeper insight towards the typical hustle-and-bustle attitude of big cities, and how we are advancing as a society.

Seoul, Korea

big buildings in korea city

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Photos of Cooking Chefs and Interior Restaurants

by Jake Rocheleau
on June 12, 2013

in Photography

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There are lots of great stock photos to be found online. Food and restaurants are not always a popular choice, but they are well-renowned among people in that niche. The stock photography website 123RF has a great collection of cooking photographs. These also include shots inside various restaurants and kitchens.

I have put together a brief gallery showcasing their works. Many of these photos were taken by freelance photographers who choose to sell their work online. It is notable how easily these sets may be put together, and the very affordable price tag even for non-subscribing members.

Working on the Sauce

chef in hotel cooking kitchen sauce pouring

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Write Enticing Website Copy with Stock Photography

by Jake Rocheleau
on June 9, 2013

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The idea of stock photography is nothing new and has been included on the web for decades. Premium accounts and online shops are just recently building up even more traction, but this also means new content is getting filled via free services like Flickr. Unfortunately the quality just cannot match up when you compare the other alternatives.

In this post I want to go over some more ideas for writing good web copy online. Obviously this will require a topic and some handy writing skills. But you also need to know how to space out words and use imagery for drawing users further into the site. Stock photos are some of the easiest choices because they fit nicely into the layout without cramming everything close together. Images will provide a seamless break in the content where your readers have the opportunity to pause for a moment and space themselves from the content.

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