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on Oct 23, 2017 in WRP Ed Zone

Moose’s Photomechanic Preferences

The emails have been flooding in asking me about my workflow since last weeks LR update. My workflow hasn’t changed much since 2015 when I wrote this post I linked on my workflow. I still use Photomechanic. Some have asked for my settings/preferences in Photomechanic which you’ll find all in the video. Just pause the video when the various settings/preferences boxes appear and copy the setting if desired. Hope this...

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on Oct 23, 2017 in Random Thoughts

Moose Podcast #55

Click to listen to Episode 55 In this episode Water is great stuff! https://www.moosepeterson.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Podcast55.mp3 and iTunes     Howdy and welcome to the Moose Podcast! It’s great you visited the page and take the time to listen and read! If you would be so kind and Tweet and/or Facebook these podcasts, that would be huge! Want to hear about a particular topic, send in the suggestion … send them to Moose Podcast. THANKS! (emails sent to this address will get no direct response). And be sure to come back next week for the next Moose Podcast!     People, Companies, Products Mentioned during Podcast: B&H Photo D5 Nikon D850 Nikon 300PF Nikkor 80-400 Nikkor 800mm Bird Bath Birds     Gear Used to Create Podcast Adobe Audition Rode Podcaster USB Broadcast Mic Array 2 Broadcast Arm Rode PSM1 Podcaster Shockmount Sure Digital Large-Diaphragm Condenser Mic Seal Enhanced Studio Monitor Headphones Preconuns Studio One 3-Pro iZotope RX Plug-in...

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on Oct 20, 2017 in Random Thoughts

Alaskan Moose Adventure ’18

Alaska Moose 22-27 Oct, 2018 $2190 This will always remain one of my alltime favorite adventures! It’s time to head back to see my northern cousin, the Alaskan Moose. In talking with colleagues up in AK, it would seem that the slow change in temps has changed the habits of the mating in the Chugach. I wanted more opportunities of Moose interacting, we’re going 10 days later in 2018. This is the one Adventure of ours where walking is a part of the shooting at least 3 days of the Adventure. The walk is not strenuous but is about 3 miles one way through some amazing country where you might see grizzly, wolf, and moose all from one spot. We will be taking six shooters on this trip. The price includes instruction, guiding, transportation once you arrive in Anchorage. If you’re interested, give Sharon a call 760.924.8632 (9-5PST M-F). She will ask you a bunch of questions to see if this is the right trip for you because it’s...

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on Oct 20, 2017 in Wildlife Photography

Bird Bath Birds

I had the itch to spend some time with my birds. So I set up the D850 / 800mm on a bird bath where I could work on the computer and shoot. I actually had a great time, photographed over a dozen species and made a couple of images I really like. What I love seeing in the photographs was the dramatic change in the light. Over the couple of hours, the light on the birds and the background really changed, changing the entire photo. What you see below is Cassin’s Finch, Red-breasted, White-breasted and Pygmy Nuthatch, male & female Red-shafted Flicker, White-headed Woodpecker, Evening Grosbeak and Stellar’s Jay. I just love my...

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on Oct 19, 2017 in Random Thoughts

Yosemite Winter Wonderland Workshop

Yosemite 21-26 Feb, 2018! Winter in Yosemite is magical that simply has to be witnessed and shared! It’s been over a decade since Sharon & I have spent winter time in Yosemite so off we’re going and we want YOU to share it with us! This is a landscape and wildlife adventure with rocks and rabbits, falls and owls with a coyote and deer thrown in for fun. If you’ve ever been to The Valley in the summer, you will not recognize it in the winter accept such treasures as Half Dome, El Capitan, and Yosemite Falls. But others like Horsetail Falls (the red falls below) Lunar Rainbow and Ice Cone only appear in February. We’re taking eight folks on this adventure. We’ll pick you up in Sacramento so you don’t have to deal with snowy, icy roads and bring you to The Valley and then take you back to the airport. We’ll be sharing with you all our favorite and secret locales for grand views and critters. Might...

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