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2014 workshop in the Yosemite Valley

March 3, 2014

I finally have some time to share some of my images from the Yosemite workshop in February.  All images were shot with the Pentax 645D using a 35mm, 45-85mm and 200mm lens.  I hope you enjoy! A misty morning looking west from the Swinging Bridge area.   The iconic view of Horsetail Falls.  Not all […]

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Proper White Balance for Snow

March 2, 2011

For this quarter’s newsletter I thought I would share the proper white balance and settings for snowy conditions. I just completed my two Winter In Yosemite workshops and enjoyed the loads of snowfall that we were blessed with.  One of my students asked that I review the white balance adjustments that I covered during the […]

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Reflections on Reflections

October 7, 2010

This month after conducting 3 workshops, I thought I would talk a little about the philosophy and techniques of reflections. The first thing that comes to mind is a question.  Why do most of us enjoy and seek out shooting reflections at all.? What is it that entices us with these images both real and […]

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Clearing Storm on Lake Louise Canada

May 6, 2010

I have been wanting to share some of my more recent images with you on the blog.  My intent is not to just show the images as so many web sites do, but to relate the more detailed aspect of how , when, and where the images were captured. As you can see this was […]

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Sensor Cleaning 101

April 2, 2010

Can I use compressed air?  If not – then what? No compressed air is not the best. I have been experimenting with several methods and different cleaners. So I thought for this quarter’s newsletter I would share my thoughts and experience. When I first went digital I bought the Nikon D100. Even though the ccd […]

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Welcome to our new blog

February 22, 2010

We have been wanting to bring you a blog page for sometime, and we are very happy to announce this new feature of our web site. We’ll display new and dynamic images, not seen before and also include our quarterly newsletters as a blog page as well as the usual pdf.s In addition we will […]

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