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on Jun 28, 2010 in Digital Darkroom

Moose's Filing/Archieving?

We’ve had a number of calls and emails of late asking the basic but REALLY important question, “How do you find an image you shot 5yrs ago?” Finding photos is important and doing so means you’ve taken care of the loneliest, my boring and unrewarding must in photography, filing.

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on Jun 21, 2010 in Camera Tech

Lovin' the 200-400VR2!

This movie requires Flash Player 9 The principle lens I used at PRS was the 200-400VR2. It did a great job, I’m lovin what I’m seeing in my images. Here’s a quick example, focused on the pilot, Bruce, as he heads around the pylon. The shutter speed for this handheld image was 1/180. Schweet! Click...

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on Jun 15, 2010 in Landscape Photography

Finally, Saw & Photographed One

I have 427 species of birds in my files, so adding new species is kind of a challenge. I’ve seen over 650 species so it’s even more of a challenge to see new species since I stay within North America. But there are some kinda common species that despite my looking for them,

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on Jun 15, 2010 in Camera Tech

You Can't Get Any Shallower!

I spent most of my time shooting in Texas using the TC-20e3 and I couldn’t have been more pleased with the results. And while it provided a bigger subject in the frame, the trade off was basically NO DOF! What do I mean?

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