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on Jul 25, 2008 in Uncategorized

NX2 Videos…Pandora's Box

I was hoping to get out of this cleanly, but you “loyal” fans aren’t going to let me.  Pandora’s Box has been opened now. That’s OK, knowledge is a good thing, it’s just a time issue for me. Let me answer a couple of the most common questions on NX2 and my videos for you. *The videos show my notebook NX2 Workspace which is what I use on the road. The screen shot above is my dual monitor set up back in the office. NX2 is pen centrick which makes it an even more killer and faster app to use with my favorite tool, the Wacom 21UX. I use dual monitors (yes, 2 – 21UX) as shown above. The left monitor has just the image, the right monitors holds the Edit List, Histogram, Metadata and Browser. When I have the luxury of traveling with my Wacom 12WX, then I can use this same workspace with my notebook as pictured above. *Many have pointed out I do not as indicated...

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on Jul 24, 2008 in Great Stuff

NX2 Tutorial Videos

Cleaning up the to do list, I got two NX2 Videos made and posted. You can find them here. You will have to give them a moment to load, they are files on the bigger side of life 29-40MB. I process 4 images in the two tutorials providing you some insight into the new features of NX2 I depend on. I in no way cover all the features of NX2, that’s because I don’t use them. Hope they are of help to you. I have also updated Moose’s D3 Settings and posted them for you to download and install for firmware 2.0. Have a great weekend, rock the world with YOUR...

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on Jul 24, 2008 in Random Thoughts

Life’s give and take

Life has as we all know it’s pluses and minuses. One of the pluses is the wisdom that comes from getting older and having a laugh over the silly things we did as kids that we now know were really stupid. As one get’s older one of the BIG minuses is the passing of friends. That’s not as easy to get over. I was saddened to receive an email from Jim Clark about the passing of Tom Vezo this week. I knew Tom well back in the 90’s, the film days and shot with him on a number of occasions at some memorable locations. His big smile on those cold mornings at Bosque just after lift off are hard to forget. He was out hiking with his wife when life caught up with him, doing what I’m sure he enjoyed. Luckily for all of us, he left behind his passion and love in his photographs and words. Tom also was passionate about the preservation of his home in AZ....

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on Jul 24, 2008 in Random Thoughts

Life's give and take

Life has as we all know it’s pluses and minuses. One of the pluses is the wisdom that comes from getting older and having a laugh over the silly things we did as kids that we now know were really stupid. As one get’s older one of the BIG minuses is the passing of friends. That’s not as easy to get over. I was saddened to receive an email from Jim Clark about the passing of Tom Vezo this week. I knew Tom well back in the 90’s, the film days and shot with him on a number of occasions at some memorable locations. His big smile on those cold mornings at Bosque just after lift off are hard to forget. He was out hiking with his wife when life caught up with him, doing what I’m sure he enjoyed. Luckily for all of us, he left behind his passion and love in his photographs and words. Tom also was passionate about the preservation of his home in AZ....

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on Jul 22, 2008 in Great Stuff

“Super Photographer”

He’s been called many things, AOPA Pilot calls him Super Photographer, Joe McNally calls him the Quiet Guy, folks at DLWS call him the Quiet Giant. I simply call him Flyboy and my best friend! Kevin and I have photographed Grizzly Bears, Polar Bears, ANWR, Prairie Chicken, Sheep and a whole lot more together over the decades on some grand adventures. He’s one hell of a great photographer, good friend and it’s good to see him start to get the recognition he deserves. Now teaching me to fly probably isn’t one of his brightest ideas, but I sure enjoy it. You can check out more of his work here and here. And you can experience his wisdom and talent at DLWS as he is one of the four main instructors. And don’t, don’t ever let your guard down around him. I know, I’ve been on the receiving end of his jokes many a time! Congrats...

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