Buildawhale Curation Digest 09/10/18

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Steemit Defense League have changed their MO

Author: @themarkymark
Curator: @nicnas

-=- @themarkymark shares with us today some good news and updates on the "SteemIt Defense League." The 168 or so accounts that have been down voting numerous random steem users has changed plans for some of these accounts. Now some are posing as upvote and resteem bots. Don't fall for these scams. Check out this post to see what happened to these accounts. All 168+ of them. -=-

How to deal with a nightmare clients?

Author: @lightheadfox
Curator: @bryangav

-=- If you work as a freelancer or if you are an entrepreneur, you have to deal with clients every day, and some of them may be a real nightmare. @Lightheadfox has been in situations where he has to work with these kinds of clients multiple times, so he decided to write a post where he shares his secrets to deal with them. He starts by explaining how to identify three different types of awful clients, then he shares four tips to avoid working with them, and finally, he tells us what to do if we are obligated to work with one of them at the end. Check it out and improve your working environment! -=-


Bird Photography Tutorial

Author: @moaphotography
Curator: @bryangav

-=- We can all agree that nature is full of spectacular species of animals and a lot of photography lovers are interested in capturing them with their lenses. However, this can be a hard task as animals do not “pose” for the photos. @moaphotography loves to take photos of birds, and after a lot of time doing it, his photos are spectacular. In a recent post, he shares all his secrets and techniques to successfully capture wildlife. He talks about the equipment he uses, his techniques and the setting of the camera. He also tells us about a Bird Photography Workshop he will make, so go read the post to learn more! -=-


SteemDecathlon S02D2E01 "In the Weeds" - Theme - 'Labor of Love" - Food Photo Recipe Contest - ENTRY

Author: @richatvns
Curator: @bryangav

-=- @richatvns is participating in a food photo recipe contest, so in a recent post he decided to share the recipe of a dish he prepares inspired by two things he used to consume when he was a child: pancakes and omelets. He starts with a story from his childhood, related to his father and then he introduces the dish, which he called “Pomlintz”. After that, he includes the ingredients needed to make it, detailed instructions of the preparation, the nutritional value of the dish and photos of the process and the final result. Check it out and give it a try!(edited) -=-


Morning Sunrise - 23 August 2018 (Original Video/Photos)

Author: @etcmike
Curator: @nicnas

-=- I do not see the sunrise or sunset too much anymore. Between location and laziness. But here @etcmike shares some photos and a video of his last second race to catch the morning sunrise. The GIF is really awesome by the way. I want to see this on a clear day now, no peek-a-boo. :) -=-


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