The Big Four

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It seems that at least in my lifetime, the four major disciplines of outdoor photography have been wildlife, landscapes, macro, and then architecture, which is the visitor from outside the boundaries of nature.  To be sure, outdoor sports and other … Continue reading

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Smile

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If photography can serve one purpose (I believe it can actually serve many), it can cause us to emote. It can provoke anger, sadness, joy, and humor. It can bring a frown or a smile to our faces. Macro great … Continue reading

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Breaking The Rules

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Today’s images are randomly selected. This post is really about how we manufacture photographic rules of what we can and cannot do, and how much we would miss in the world if we followed them. Water/landscape photos, even when they … Continue reading

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What Does Photography Mean to You

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Photography was a multipurpose, multidimensional and multifaceted gift in my life, for a very long time. It was a great way to make new friends, and spend time with old ones. It was also the perfect way to spend some … Continue reading

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Legends

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I felt the urge today to share with you a couple of images, one each from an outdoor photography legend. George Lepp and Jim Zuckerman are two of the best known veterans of outdoor photography. The are each well-known both … Continue reading

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It’s About The Light

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As I have asked many times before, please excuse the lack of paragraph breaks in today’s post.  I wrote this issue in a word processing program that this blog cannot fully understand. I will return to the old one with … Continue reading

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The Other Side of Wildlife Photography

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I have made many images of wild animals showing the posterior view of the subject. It is in fact easier to make flying or running shots from the rear if and when you are using manual focus and I used … Continue reading

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