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Alumni Photo Shoot Picnic

Saturday, August 18, offered us great weather and greater friendship as several alumni of the past year’s photo tours gathered for “fun, fotos and friendship.” Sorry, I had to spell photos that way. I’ve already expressed my opinion about how enjoyable the day was, so I won’t get into that again. Instead, let’s focus on […]

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What is it about a contest?

Some of us seem to avoid contests while others are attracted to them. And, today it seems that there’s a contest every time you turn around. You’ll find contests conducted by magazines, such as Outdoor Photographer or Nature’s Best. There are contests run by organizations such as the NANPA’s (North American Nature Photography Association) annual Showcase […]

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The final winner is…

We had 36 votes for the Fall in the Adirondacks contest and many flattering comments directed at all the images and those who captured them. Everyone should be very pleased. Of course, by now, you have all been watching the votes come in and you know that image number three has garnered the largest tally. So, […]

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Everyone’s a winner – but…

… only one photographer can win this contest. Whenever we take time to get outside with our cameras – we win. Whenever we enjoy the total package that a good nature photography workshop encompasses – education, camaraderie and the outdoors – we win. As the photos here illustrate, participants in my recent Fall in the […]

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Where’s the color?

My Fall in the Adirondacks tour/workshop has come to an end. That’s both sad (because it’s over) and exhilarating, because of the enthusiasm of participants and the images they took home. Each day during the three-day tour someone commented on the “lack of color” in this season’s foliage display and we hunted for any splash of red […]

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