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on Jan 23, 2014 in Moose Adventures

Griz & Wolf Adventure ’14

In my thirty years, I have never been to such a magical location or magnificent place to be with and photograph grizzly bears! This very unique piece of private property provides opportunities you will find NOWHERE else on Katmai (why Disney was there for ten weeks in 2013). The Adventure is 08-13 August, 2014. We are going these dates because they are the best for photographing both the griz and wolves salmon fishing. This is biology rarely seen, but at Hallo Bay, something we can count on. It is something you WILL have UP CLOSE and personal. The price is $6995 and includes photo instruction and bear guide, roundtrip airfare from Homer, AK to/from the lodge, wilderness camp lodging for 5 nights plus meals while at the lodge. We are only taking 5 photographers on this wilderness adventure. There is one spot available. Give Sharon a call 760.924.8632 / 661.204.1506 if you can join us on a once in a lifetime adventure. We won’t be going back until...

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on Jan 22, 2014 in Camera Tech

Sharpness Series Advance #1 AF Settings

This video covers the basics of how I make the most of the computer we spend so much to have in our cameras. I’ve not posted the settings for the Df yet, but here are my settings for the D4 and D800 which will provide you some specific settings. The gear featured is this video are the Df / 58f1.4. On the production side is the D4 as main camera with the 70-180mc with Sennheiser ew 112-p G3 Camera Mount Wireless Microphone System with Tram TR50 Lav Mic as the...

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on Jan 22, 2014 in Gear Head Wed

GearHead Wednesday 14-04

Got a gear question you want answered? Send your gear questions to me at Gear Questions and I’ll do my best every Wednesday to answer as many questions as I can. Keep in mind the answers are just my $.02 worth and you have to take what works for you and embrace it and ignore the rest. So here’s this weeks questions …. Moose A year ago I bought a Nikon D-800 that I was happy with although the pictures weren’t tack sharp. Later I bought a 24-70 f2.8 which also wasn’t sharp. Took the camera and lens to the local camera shop and they told me that even using the maximum AFA fine tuning it was still off. I returned the lens. Later bought the 80-400 Nikon and couldn’t get a tack sharp photo. Bottom line-send the camera to Nikon and now it is tack sharp. Question-What do you do when getting new equipment to ensure that it is functioning properly and focusing accurately? Do you just shoot...

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on Jan 21, 2014 in Camera Tech

Sharpness Series Basic #3 Long Lens Technique

A big challenge for many is getting a sharp image with a long lens. Here are the basics for you to perfect your own technique that you practice, practice, practice! Gear featured in the video is Nikon Df, 200-400VR2, Gitzo 5561SGT w/ Wimberley Head. On the production side is the D4 as main camera with the 70-180mc with Sennheiser ew 112-p G3 Camera Mount Wireless Microphone System with Tram TR50 Lav Mic as the...

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on Jan 21, 2014 in WRP Ed Zone

Click 2 Click

Announcing our new Weekend Course Click 2 Click is a shooting & finishing class for YOUR photography! Listening to all the feedback from the last couple of years of weekend courses and requests we’ve received, we’ve come up with a whole new course. Our weekend classes held in Mammoth Lakes, CA are evolving to help you evolve your photography in 2014. Hosted at the four star Westin in Mammoth, our first one is 19-20 April, 9-5 and we’re looking forward to your joining us! Simply put, Saturday is all about the camera click and Sunday is all about the computer click. We will be shooting on Saturday with your widest lens to your longest, with ambient light and flash. The techniques can be applied from critters to rocks and everything in between. Sunday we’ll take the images we shot on Saturday and finish them in the computer (we’re at the Westin the entire time). Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, there is information here to help your photography...

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