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  • Weekend Enjoyment – AlvinII

    Yep, Alvin is back, we call him Alvin II since they don’t live that long. With […]

    on Aug 28, 2015

  • Grass Isolation

    A vast majority of the time, photographers seek in their photographs to clearly see all of […]

    on Aug 27, 2015

  • The Worst Weather …

    The Saddle-billed Stork was near the top of my list for birds on the Maasai Mara […]

    on Aug 21, 2015

Gear

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  • What the Hell is Flare?

    “That’s Flare?!” Had a person exclaim this last week at Photoshop World when I answered their […]

    on Aug 26, 2015

  • Tascam DR-40

    I’ve been doing a whole bunch of interviews of late. I take notes for important points, […]

    on Aug 21, 2015

  • “You Use HSC?”

    “You shoot with a 800mm lens, you use HSC?” This is what a person exclaimed at […]

    on Aug 20, 2015

Aviation Photography

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  • Nat’l Aviation Day

    In 1926, the Ford Trimotor changed aviation as we know it. Prior to that, folks flew […]

    on Aug 19, 2015

  • The Skies An Issue?

    We all put high standards when it comes to skies. Since they can dominate so much […]

    on Jul 24, 2015

  • Battle of Britain 75th Aniv

    75yrs ago today the Battle of Britain began. At aerodromes spread around the country, at a […]

    on Jul 10, 2015

WRP Ed Zone

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  • Great Weekend Reading

    There are many ways to juice up your photography. The best of course is behind the […]

    on Aug 28, 2015

  • My Workflow

    It’s a continual question, “What’s your workflow?” As my boys will say, I’m just a machine […]

    on Aug 25, 2015

  • Air to Air For You!

    We have an K&M AirAdventure coming up 11-13 Sept, Minot ND with an opening with your […]

    on Aug 18, 2015

Landscape Photography

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  • The Mara Landscape

    When those who know of the Maasai Mara think of the Mara, they often think lions, […]

    on Aug 24, 2015

  • A Hidden Passion

    Long, long ago, I spent a lot of camera time shooting architecture. These days, I only […]

    on Aug 12, 2015

  • Over Africa

    With a stop over in Istanbul (a while and crazy town), Sharon and I boarded our […]

    on Jul 28, 2015

Field Reports

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Most recent articles

New Nikon Lenses

on Aug 18, 2015 in Moose's Camera Bag

When I got back online after Africa, I was slammed with questions about the three new Nikon lenses announced while I was offline. I had NO clue these lenses were coming out so when I received the emails, I wondered what I had missed. In case you missed it,...

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IoSafe Connects 7600 Miles Away!

on Aug 18, 2015 in Field Reports

My love affair with the IoSafe 1515+ and Synology just keeps growing the more I work with it! I was in Africa and we had a 3G and MiFi for connecting to the outside world. That’s it! I choose to spend the ten days totally offline (why nothing was...

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Just Find the Birds

on Aug 17, 2015 in Wildlife Photography

Sharon & I the moment we hit Africa were in a bird mood. Why? Well the Big Five for example are mammals all look for and most of the time, find during their safari (a Swahilli word for Journey). And some of the classic birds like the Little Bee-eater...

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The Marsh Pride

on Aug 17, 2015 in Wildlife Photography

Without even trying, our ten days at the Maasai Mara became a lion fest. Of the 23k files images I came home with, 6500 of them were of the the Marsh Pride. This famous pride with its own TV program and numerous books is unique for many reasons. One...

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Photoshop World is Family

on Aug 15, 2015 in Friday Thoughts

Another Photoshop World is a wrap, Sharon and I are home after our nearly month long road trip. Photoshop World as always, flew by. It seemed we no sooner stepped on the bus to head for our PreCon then we were loading up the car to head home. Four...

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A Hidden Passion

on Aug 12, 2015 in Landscape Photography

Long, long ago, I spent a lot of camera time shooting architecture. These days, I only indulge in this old passion when it presents itself in a quick and easy shot. So when I ran up to our room to change for the party, I stopped to look out...

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Chloride’s Last Light Lesson

on Aug 12, 2015 in Camera Tech

The last demo shoot of our Photo Safari from Photoshop World to Chloride was with these desperadoes. Emily and Sam were great sports to participate in the heat in this simple setup. The top photo is the original shot. Take with no flash and 0 exp comp in the...

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Chloride Fun

on Aug 11, 2015 in Random Thoughts

The Photoshop World Photo Safari packed the bus and took a drive to Chloride for a fun afternoon. The theme I set for the day was light, so after a in class presentation we hit the “ghost town” of Chloride to put what we talked about in action. We...

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