Archive:  October, 2009

Photography Basics: Taking photos & Editing in Photoshop

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Photography Basics: Taking photos & Editing in Photoshop

Taking interesting, clear photos of any living, moving creature is a combination of skill, technique and proper equipment. This article will provide some general tips for taking a good, clear photo of your gecko and editing out some of the more distracting background elements.

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Drive Traffic to Your Gecko Site

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Drive Traffic to Your Gecko Site

[ad#blue-links] When I tell people that I run a gecko blog they often respond the same way. “A gecko blog, huh? People care about them enough to read about them on a regular basis?” We’re in a small niche, it is true. Gecko breeders and enthusiasts are spread out across the world. It is not […]

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Vote: Cutest Gecko Hatchling Contest

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Vote: Cutest Gecko Hatchling Contest

It’s time to vote on the Cutest Gecko Photo Contest, sponsored by ReptiPro Incubators! Vote for our favorite photo. Only one vote per person. Voting closes October 22nd at 12PM eastern!

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5 Tips for Shipping Geckos

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5 Tips for Shipping Geckos

Need to ship a gecko? This is something that is done regularly in our industry. Sometimes it’s the only way to safely and effectively get a gecko to its new home. It can be stressful not only on the gecko but the shipper, especially if it’s your first few times shipping. These 5 tips to better shipping will point out some things you might not think about as a new shipper.

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