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Day 17 – Hundred Day Photo Challenge

Today was one of those days when photography turns out to be delicious. A sunny afternoon was what we call “the cherry on top” when it follows a night of freshly fallen snow. Everything was clean . . . except for the occasional footprints of some critters. I wish I knew what critters left the […]

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Understanding the Aperture/Shutter Speed relationship

While we are almost constantly thinking about our aperture and our shutter speed when out composing and capturing our images, most experienced photographers barely think about the relationship between the two fundamental elements of photography because it quickly becomes almost intuitive. Still, it’s one of those elements of photography that puzzles many of the newer […]

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Cleaning up messes

My life seems to be all about cleaning-up messes these days . . . at least my photographic life is. For a few days now we have been talking about “AF Fine Tuning” because I had a couple of my lenses refurbished and wanted to make certain they were working properly. I really appreciated everyone’s […]

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So much, so little time

I’m reposting this blog post, simply to include images as a gallery rather than scattered individually at the end of the post.  I hope it make them easier to view. Simply click on any image for a slide show you can click through. Looking back on last night, the phrase “so much, so little time,” […]

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2015 – Tip #1

Anybody care to guess how many “tips” we can log before we welcome the new year in January 2016? If this past year is any measure of what to expect this new year, I wouldn’t estimate too high.  But, hopefully I can do better and not lose half a year. So let’s get started with […]

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