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on Sep 26, 2007 in Great Stuff, Wildlife Photography

Pixel Packin' Landing in DC – 09.26.07

The phone rang yesterday to tell us our first stops on our Pixel Packin’ Pleasure tour has a few hundred folks already signed up. Darn cool, can’t wait to share what I’ve learned over the years and what’s new in the last month. Our office has received a number of calls in regards to whether a D3 will be at the show (seems more important than my being present ). I’ve been told that Nikon will be there with a D3 AND NEW LENSES! There is no guarantee but that’s what we’ve been informed. I can tell you that the D3 will be in my presentation and I’ll be more than happy to field any questions you might have in regards to this great new evolution in bodies. We hope to see you at Service Photo on Oct 2 and Penn Camera on Oct 3…..that’s next week…..I’d best get back to finishing the...

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on Sep 24, 2007 in Just Out!

Epson’s New Website – 09.24.07

Dano at Epson just made me aware of their new resource website and it’s worth your read! As a devoted Epson printer owner (that sounds funny) and teacher, this is a great place to go and keep up to date and learn how to better communicate your images through the print. Check it...

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on Sep 24, 2007 in Just Out!

Epson's New Website – 09.24.07

Dano at Epson just made me aware of their new resource website and it’s worth your read! As a devoted Epson printer owner (that sounds funny) and teacher, this is a great place to go and keep up to date and learn how to better communicate your images through the print. Check it...

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on Sep 21, 2007 in Landscape Photography

Great Lakes day3 PM / D3 – 09.20.07

Our last evening was spent at the Old Mission Lighthouse. It was a delightful evening as we worked the area which included forests and beaches, old log cabins, squirrels and bats. The D3 had to go back home, so I was in a photographic frump but I was able to make a couple of images I really liked, like the fence photo above. This is simple shot which was just converted into B&W using CS3. While the pounding of our blog has slowed down, emails in regard to the D3 haven’t. I want to thank all who have sent emails thanking me for the little information I’ve been able to post on the D3. It was a privilege extended to me by Nikon to shoot the D3 so early on in its prerelease. Can’t thank them enough for the opportunity, it’s a great camera. The images I shot and I was able to posted here are from processed Nef files so I could see just how gorgeous the files...

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on Sep 19, 2007 in Landscape Photography

Great Lakes day 3 AM – 09.19.07

What a great morning! We spent it at Torch River Pathway and saw everything from Copperheads to Leapoard Frogs to Schrums to moss, it was really hard to stop shooting! These two images are straight shots, what you see is what I saw. It was simply a marvelous last morning shoot! Photos captured by D3, 105VR & 14AF on Lexar digital UDMA...

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