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Spring 2013 Newsletter

April 21, 2013

In this issue I am focusing on 3 great ways to convert your images to B&W’s  There are many more, but these are ones I know do a great job.   Just click here to review the complete newsletter Issue 18 Newsletter

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Scenic Light Newsletter

March 1, 2013

Click on the link below to view our latest Scenic Light Newsletter. Issue 17 Newsletter

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Latest Workshops and Trips

November 5, 2012

Hi Everyone, I’d like to share some of the images from my recent trips and workshops.  The first is a morning shot from Schwabacker’s Landing in Teton Park.  I used the Pentax 645D with a 45-85 f4 lens.  Use a slow shutter speed to soften the water as you see here.   In the second […]

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Eastern Sierra Workshop

October 26, 2011

I just returned from my 2011 Eastern Sierra workshop based in Bishop Ca.  First I want to thank the participants for doing such a great job in shooting all the dynamic locations, and in improving their skills so much throughout the week.  Without exception we had great conditions with lighting and clouds.  I personally think […]

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Polarize or not to Polarize

October 1, 2011

After returning for my last 2 workshops in the Teton and Yellowstone it came to mind that people are sometimes confused as to when to use the polarizer. So I thought for this months newsletter we might want to discuss when to use them and also how much polarization to use in different situations. In […]

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Pentax 645D First Images

May 10, 2011

Before the advent of the digital capture camera I had been an avid medium format film photographer.  The saturation and sharpness was excelling and the enlargements were tack sharp and color saturated.  Then along came digital and the photo world changed dramatically. It has  come to the point where film and chemicals are next to […]

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