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Archive for January, 2012

Have you ever taken a photo, and, after you are back at the ranch on the computer looking at your images, you realize that the image you took did not convey the thought or the idea you had while shooting the subject? So you might have this conversation with yourself, “Bummer, what did I do […]

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  Workshops are places that you seem to shoot a huge amount of images. One of the many reasons is that you are constantly surrounded with these wonderful “Fountains of Creativity” in the workshop leaders.  At a workshop on Creativity on the island of Molokai, I found one of the instructors relaxing in one of […]

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So here I am on the upper deck of my cabin watching this feisty little squirrel run around the branches of this pine tree, and I am trying to think of what to do to make a good, or maybe even a great, photo. This squirrel is going from pine cone to pine cone, sometimes […]

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Photography should be fun…at least most of the time. Several years ago Dewitt Jones told me about “Drive Bys”. This is done by holding your camera out the window of your car as you are driving by something. Dewitt and Jack Davis had been having lots of fun with this process.  Basically, you are moving the […]

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There are so many ways to be creative now with digital and all the different plug-ins available to us thru Photoshop. Today it’s going to be Painter. I started out as an artist, and then became a photographer. So today you get to see a photo that has been manipulated in Painter. This is a photo […]

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