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If you liked this infographic than check out Snapsort’s Low Light Photography Infographic

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The World of Photo Sharing [Infographic]

Back in the day, the only way to share your photos was to get your friends and family together and pass around the old photo album or turn on the clunky a slide projector. Thankfully things have changed and you are able to share your photos online using Facebook, Flickr, Picasa and Instagram just to name a few. Sortable has put together an infographic that compares all these popular photo sharing sites.
Sortable The World of Photo Sharing

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LRT for Dummies

You may or may not know that Snapsort is a small software startup based in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.  Think of Waterloo as a tiny Silicon Valley up here in the Great White North (koo loo koo koo koo koo koo koo).  Although what you see currently is largely a camera site, we have a little secret: we want to be the first choice for users making any purchasing decision, from real estate and travel to stocks and hot yoga studios.

You see, our business requires a lot of complex and exciting engineering work (P.S. we’re hiring), which means we need to hire world class coders.  The city we live in is a big part of that. Waterloo is a fantabulous region.  Seriously: it’s awesome.  Like other big tech centres that went before us, someone, on some council, in a place called city hall made a decision for or against a rail system.  Well, it’s now our turn to make that decision.

Since Snapsort is all about helping people make better decisions we thought we’d create a super ginormous infographic on all the talking points.  We hope the techies, students, and Waterloo Region lovers will read this, and share it with their friends. (YES, PLEASE POST, TWEET AND SHARE – embed code below the infographic.)

Waterloo Region has undergone explosive growth — it’s a legitimate success story — largely because we have three universities/colleges and a whole lot of talented techies doing cool stuff.  Tech is now our economic heart: manufacturing has left, and Blackberries, Open Text, Desire2Learn, Kik, and hundreds of other have moved in.  There is a small and vocal minority who don’t want a large, super fantastic and dominant urban tech centre, and who think rail systems are silly.   We don’t really agree with this segment although we love that they have an opinion.  What’s your opinion?

Christopher Reid, Snapsort co-founder

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Please do share and re-post the infographic. All we ask is that you provide attribution back to snapsort.com and link to the original infographic. Thanks!

<a href="http://blog.snapsort.com/files/2011/05/LRT-for-Dummies.jpg"><img width="650" height="8660" src="http://blog.snapsort.com/files/2011/05/LRT-for-Dummies.jpg" title="LRT for Dummies" alt="Waterloo Region rapid transit options"/></a><br /> <a href="http://snapsort.com">Snapsort</a>'s <a href="http://blog.snapsort.com/2011/05/11/lrt-for-dummies/">LRT for Dummies</a> Infographic

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Low Light Photography Tips – Infographic

We’ve just finished our four part series on low light photography.  Low light photography is something that we all must deal with as photographers.  Whether you’re taking photos with a point and shoot during an evening out, shooting a wedding party or capturing a landscape at dusk it’s important to understand the basics of shooting with low light.  Photography is all about light, low light photography is no different and it offers new challenges and opportunities for creativity.

The first three parts in our series are:

Our fourth part is our low light infographic which we’re providing as a quick reference.  We thought beginners may want to print it out and keep it on them as they learn about low light shooting.  We have a few versions of it below so if you do print it click on for the biggest version.

Feel free to insert the full infographic on your blog for your readers benefit, just credit us back as the source using the code below.  Enjoy!

Embed the Mini Infographic (600 x 550)

<a href="http://snapsort.com/blog/files/2011/04/Shooting-in-low-light-1000px.jpg"><img width="600" height="550" src="http://snapsort.com/blog/files/2011/04/Shooting-in-low-light-mini.jpg" title="Low Light Photography Infographic" alt="low light photography"/></a><br /> <a href="http://snapsort.com">Snapsort's</a> <a href="http://snapsort.com/blog/2011/04/05/low-light-photograph/">Low Light Photography</a> Infographic

Embed the Mini Infographic (600 x 1900)
<a href="http://snapsort.com/blog/files/2011/04/Shooting-in-low-light-1000px.jpg"><img width="600" height="1900" src="http://snapsort.com/blog/files/2011/04/Shooting-in-low-light-600px.jpg" title="Low Light Photography Infographic" alt="low light photography"/></a><br /> <a href="http://snapsort.com">Snapsort's</a> <a href="http://snapsort.com/blog/2011/04/05/low-light-photograph/">Low Light Photography</a> Infographic

Embed the Mini Infographic (800 x 2533)
<a href="http://snapsort.com/blog/files/2011/04/Shooting-in-low-light-1000px.jpg"><img width="800" height="2533" src="http://snapsort.com/blog/files/2011/04/Shooting-in-low-light-800px.jpg" title="Low Light Photography Infographic" alt="low light photography"/></a><br /> <a href="http://snapsort.com">Snapsort's</a> <a href="http://snapsort.com/blog/2011/04/05/low-light-photograph/">Low Light Photography</a> Infographic

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