Jeep, My vehicle of choice for out of the way photography

Dec 31, 2014 Comments Off on Jeep, My vehicle of choice for out of the way photography by

As I mentioned before the time has come for some year end information. Here are some of the answers I promised. If you are a photographer working in the city than the vehicle you drive is of little concern as long as it will hold your equipment. That may be a portable studio or just […]

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Cave Shoot Just for Grins

Dec 03, 2014 Comments Off on Cave Shoot Just for Grins by

I went to a couple of caves and learned a lot about how hard it is to get great shots in caves if the owners do not allow tripods, monopods, non camera flashes, video cameras, no backpacks for extra lenses and equipment, no drinks, no food and no restrooms. It seems a little out of […]

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Sunset shooting – Part I

Nov 27, 2014 Comments Off on Sunset shooting – Part I by

The ability to shoot sunsets needs to be learned basically through practice. Many sunsets are similar but they are all different and you want them to look unique. I am going to create a gallery of just sunsets with the information about how I shot them. It will take a little time. This sunset is […]

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Setting up your DSLR and protecting your work Part I

Nov 27, 2014 Comments Off on Setting up your DSLR and protecting your work Part I by

I have been asked many times about how I do things in my photography work. I have decided to share some of it. First is the equipment settings, I use a Nikon D700 for the most part. I have it set to manual about 90 percent of the time. I use Adobe RGB instead of […]

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Auto Focus Techinique – Back Button Focusing

Nov 27, 2014 Comments Off on Auto Focus Techinique – Back Button Focusing by

There have been many discussions about the buttons on the back of the dslrs. I am going to discuss the topic of back button focusing. The shots of the white pelican are a great example of how using it can help. This pelican kept gliding away from me as I walked around a large lake. […]

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