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Different colors

The autumn colors of our recent Fall Adirondack Tour were amazing, especially since most prognosticators had predicted this year’s foliage display would be muted, because of the hot dry summer the northeast experienced. While tour participants certainly took advantage of our good fortune, reviewing some of their images this evening (readying them for the Student Gallery) […]

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Lessons in the field

One the aspect of my nature photography tours that is often commented on in post tour evaluations is the learning opportunities of each venue we visit. Following this past week’s Fall in the Adirondacks tour, for example, participant Karl Hanafin allowed,” In addition to the value of getting up early, I have a far greater appreciation for, […]

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Preparing for a nature photography tour/workshop

Preparing for a nature photography tour/workshop is all about communication. My annual Fall in the Adirondacks photo tour is only a little more than a week away, beginning four exciting days on September 26. Looking forward, I just sent the registered participants a memo to help everyone prepare. I was detailing answers to questions such as: […]

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Making something out of nothing

I can’t really substantiate saying “something out of nothing” when I’m talking about photographing in the High Peaks of the Adirondacks. That said, I’m confident the participants in last weekend’s Winter in the Adirondacks photo tour felt challenged almost before we began. It seemed like we had everything, except bona fide winter for our winter photo tour, when […]

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Nature photography and our faith

Maybe it’s this holiest of seasons that’s planted this idea in my mind. Maybe I’m just paying attention to a thought the Good Lord has inspired several times in recent months. I don’t know. But, today I’ve decided to float an idea I can’t seem to shake. I’d like to undertake to host a series […]

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