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Online Magazine for Professional PhotographersThis clever share comes from Michelle of Michelle Enebo Photography.  Michelle writes, "I imported Issue 11 into iTunes so I could read it on my iPad. This is my little slice of heaven. Since this is busy season I don't always get a chance to stop and just breathe. I downloaded Issue 11 yesterday and today I got to treat myself to a break. Thanks for providing the excuse!" We love this idea, Michelle!  Your $75 gift certificate is on the way. Get your own copy of Issue 11 in the shop now. You asked and we answered with your hopes, wishes and dreams for the ultimate issue. From hundreds of suggestions, submissions and surveys, we fashioned our most reader intensive issue yet. Written with readers in mind, this issue addresses everything you want to know!


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