My question is this it seems like photo editing programs for the most part all do the same thing, just with a slightly different interface. Is this is a safe assessment? If that is the case, can anyone recommend some resources for more formal training on how to edit photos. Ideally like a tuitorial or sorts, but even something like an order of operations “crop white balance exposure tint .” would be helpful..
Think about the last quantitative survey you did and the effort to derive insights and meaning from it. What a laborious process. There’s all the mechanical procedures and strategic choices that go into creating the test instrument and then administering it.
Coca Cola is going all out in its PowerAde promotion in Florida, the No. 1 per capita sports drink market in the United States. PowerAde is the official sports drink of the Olympic Games, World Cup soccer tournament, Florida State athletics and Disney World..
Most people have a feeling of restlessness burning within them, because they have settled while their dream is still calling them. You will never get rid of that restlessness and that feeling that something in life is missing, until you turn, face, and move toward your dream. Do not settle for the good when the best is still within you.
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In just weeks, Tony Collier went from training for his second 56 mile ultra marathon in South Africa to undergoing treatment for prostate cancer.The 60 year old said he never had any symptoms, and had it not been for his running he would never have known anything was wrong.Tony, who lives in Timperley in Trafford , began struggling with what he thought was a groin strain in April last year.At the time, he had just completed two back to back marathons a week apart in Paris and Manchester as part of his training for the gruelling Comrades Marathon in South Africa.”The pain just kept getting worse and worse”, Tony said.”I knew I wasn’t going to be able to run Comrades unless I got some sort of steroid injection to relieve the pain so I went to Manchester Institute of Health and Performance and saw a specialist.”I could tell by his face straight away that something was seriously wrong.”Inspirational mum uses colostomy bag after cancer operation but she still travels the world as an air hostessTwo weeks later, Tony received the news he’d been dreading he had prostate cancer and it had spread to his bones and was terminal.The pain he had been experiencing had been caused stress fractures in his bones that had been weakened by the disease, which doctors believed he could have had for ten years without any symptoms.He added: “Those two words cancer and incurable they were the worst words I’d ever heard in my life. My world fell apart.”The hardest thing for me was telling my children. I called and asked them to come round that evening.”I couldn’t tell them why but they knew something was wrong.