By Bobby DePasquale
The devil is in the details. This idiom is used in many levels of life; referring to the importance and difficulty of getting the details correct.
There is no better example of that than proofreading and quality control. These mastered skills require the sharpest concentration and most detail-oriented professionals.
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By Paul Carracino
Not too long ago, a camera was not something carried around in your pocket at any given minute. It was only taken out for birthday parties, holidays, or family vacations.
Remember when after you shot a roll of film, you had to take it down to the local drugstore or camera shop to get it developed and printed? Fifteen dollars and a week later, you would get an envelope full of prints. If you weren’t a professional, you never really knew what you were going to get. Some might be out of focus, some were over exposed, some under exposed, some just blank. Focus and exposure controls on most point and shoot film cameras was marginal at best.
But that was then, this is now!
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Digital Photography Comes into Focus”
Reposted by Linda Casale
I found this article on LinkedIn to be very interesting. It actually hit close to home and I can relate to the mass confusion (and danger) of medications being so loosely monitored.