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When the hand hold-able 4×5 Speed Graphic was invented, action photography saw its beginning. When the 35mm camera, first the rangefinder, then the single lens reflex (slr) was created, photography took yet another leap forward in true mobility. The ability … Continue reading
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Light and shadow in the same image, equals contrast. Contrast (drama) is the photographer’s friend, but it can be a love, hate relationship. Creating our own shadows (contrasts) can be a lot of fun. Studio photography for fun or profit, gives … Continue reading
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With all that’s going on in the world, it’s important to every once in a while, just sit back and appreciate the earth itself and it’s beauty, as it is shared through photographic art. Tony Sweet, and Guy Tal are … Continue reading
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The most impactful part of my life as a photographer, especially as a nature photographer, was not all of those years with birds, or photographing all of those sunrises, or even the many western landscapes I was fortunate to … Continue reading
Since I began sharing political links (only two) from this blog, and commenting on some political posts and clicking likes to other conservative posts on social media, I have lost some friends (regained others) and found the number of friends … Continue reading
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KeepInterruptin’Mr.President From The Cowboy Libertarian. Sunday, February 05, 2017 by Patrick Dorinson During his first run for the White House in 2008, Barack Obama continually would urge on his disciples and acolytes with the phrase “Yes we can!” And whether … Continue reading
After I wrote the article below yesterday, I decided not to publish it today, but instead to delete it. There is enough anger going around these days. Then when I arose this morning I took my electronic jog through Twitter and … Continue reading