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Kowal, J.P. ; Educational Communications/Systems Inc., Boston, MA, USA

Some photographs are of such a nature that written explanation can only detract from the effect of the photograph, but for most of them written copy is required. The skill of providing written information or observation with photographs can be acquired through the following actions: research the subject; take notes; schedule your time (for writing); avoid distractions; organize your writing; use simple style; rewrite and edit; practice; read; use resources.

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Professional Communication, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:PC-21 ,  Issue: 2 )