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on Oct 31, 2009 in Landscape Photography

MMW Last Shoot, Day 5 – AM Shoot

We had covered a couple of the main staples of a landscape photograph for most of the week. It lead me up to the next most important attribute, drama in the light. Mother nature was a little slow in providing it but when she came through for us, she really came through for us. I’m not sure all that I was presenting and building upon sunk in with everyone in the class, but it did with a couple which is why I teach. It was a good morning.

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on Oct 30, 2009 in Random Thoughts

The 3 Min Portrait or, The Saving Grace

We were at this very special place that my good bud Joe McNally told me about here in ME. He threw me a lifeline bless him and at first, I didn’t grab it. But in that process of throwing me a line he also threw me a challenge, get a portrait of Andy. Why is that a challenge, well you need to know Andy to understand that.

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on Oct 29, 2009 in Random Thoughts

What was I Thinking? Wasn't Thinking is The Problem

Had a killer opportunity as rather than seizing on the moment, the mind went to mush! I hate it when I can’t get out of my own way. The problem, so much too shoot and rather than pushing for something new, I settled for what’s easy. Stupid, stupid stupid! See what I mean….

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on Oct 29, 2009 in Random Thoughts

Kissing Lighthouses, MMW Day 3 – PM Shoot

We made the drive last night to Portland Lighthouse which I had photographed just a month ago. The one thing about this iconic locale is that at sunset, at that exact minute, you have to leave the park. We obtained permission last night to stay late and man, is it worth it. We had a great storm and the images were killer.

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