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Spiders are an amazing and beautiful group of subjects that I think too many photographers ignore. In these parts, Crab Spiders are certainly one of the prettiest. Lilies are great subjects for tight compositions. A windless day gave me the … Continue reading
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Apologies to Kenny Rogers for today’s title. When to use the compositional rules of photography, and when to throw them out is a dilemma faced by many photographers. They are usually newer photographers, because veterans, be they successful or not, generally … Continue reading
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When I say “old school” I am not talking about doing things the way it used to be done. I am talking about climbing the learning tree and how others influence our lives while we‘re on that climb. I have … Continue reading
This is sort of a piece by piece examination of mammals by Ron. He subdivides them by areas of the body…so to speak. Ron is as knowledgeable about tha natural world as anybody I have known. It is actually as … Continue reading
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Philosophies & Reasons: I have been staying away from commenting on the technical aspects of photography as of late. The majority of those who read Earth Images already know them. From a software/editing point of view, I no longer have … Continue reading
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Generally everything I write on these pages is original, but I do need to thank Simon and Garfunkel for today’s title. It’s funny how when we are young, our appraisals of the older generation are lacking in premonition. I guess … Continue reading
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I have been writing about my father since I published the old Earth Image’s newsletter. He was still alive at that time but very sick. I often mention my father on December 7th because he was stationed at an air base … Continue reading