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on Oct 29, 2009 in Landscape Photography

MMW Day 3 – AM Shoot, WOW!

It might seem I’m on a lighthouse bent but when in Maine, what else do you do? MMW provides an assistant and we have a really good one, Brendan who has been coming up with some great shoots, this am it was the Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse.

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on Oct 28, 2009 in Landscape Photography

Owls Head, MMW Day 2 – PM, I Love ME!

This afternoon we headed out to Owls Head. This sleepy little cove has a Head Lamp. A miniature “lighthouse,” Owls Head is a kinda cool place to shoot. Some of the gang headed down to the beach to shoot up on the head light, Bob producing a really nice image. I took a different approach, I went up and kissed the darn thing.

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on Oct 28, 2009 in Landscape Photography

Mt Battie, MMW Day 2 – AM Shoot

The gang rolled out at oh dark thirty this morning, guess they hadn’t heard about my reputation. We headed up to a locale that was new to me but my very capable MMW assistant Brendan knew very well. We headed up to Mt Battie which overlooks the small hamlet of Camden, ME. I wanted up us there well before sunrise because that’s when the best shooting occurs.

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on Oct 27, 2009 in Just Out!

Bozeman DLWS 2010 Event Announced!

Oh yeah, we’re going back to what has to be the staff’s favorite location, Bozeman, MT. It just has it all and in MT Big Sky fashion. Want to learn more?  Head here or simply beat the crowd and register now. And if you want to read a review of DLWS, check out Terry White’s DLWS Wrap UP, which might give you even more reason to join us for the fun and learning. This movie requires Flash Player...

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on Oct 27, 2009 in Landscape Photography

MMW Day 1

Man, what a really good day! It was the start of our Landscape Photography – Camera and Computer Craft at Maine Media Workshops and we have a really great group. It was a long day covering the basics, getting everyone on the same page so we can move forward with grander techniques and tools. We finished the day with a simple shoot, Rockport Harbor. What a gorgeous little harbor. As with most such situations, the light became best just seconds prior to sunset and then as the light wained.

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