Moose Podcast #319 – “The Hardest Edit … Ever!”

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Bison captured by Z 9 / Z400f4.5

This episode of the Moose Podcast #319 – “The Hardest Edit … Ever! “, The hardest edit ever is one all go through but don’t give it enough thought to overcome it and make it easier. What is that? You’ll have to listen to the whole podcast for that answer.

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Howdy and welcome to the Moose Podcast! Thanks for taking the time to drop in from your week to listen! Thank you folks for listening and continually rising the Moose Podcast in the ratings … thank you ever so much! Please be so kind and continue to Tweet and/or share on the Moose Podcast on Facebook! I’d be grateful for your continuation in doing that. Want to hear about a particular topic, send in the suggestion … send them to Moose Podcast. THANKS! (sorry, emails sent to this address will get no direct response).

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Platypod Black Friday HUGE Savings!

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At Artist Point to get the shot on the edge, I pulled out my trusty Platypod Extreme with the Playball attached (love that head!) and made the shot. You can do the same and right now, save money in the process. They have a Platypod load of offerings to take advantage of, simply insert the discount code MPBF20 and you will receive 20% off special items. I’m heading there to add to my Platypod gear … unless you get there first and get it. Ready, set …. go!

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South Bound in the Snow

Snow Geese captured by Z 9 / 180-400VR

I was out taking care of chores on The Ranch as the snow fall was tapering off. There was gorgeous dappled lighting coming from the west, sunset ninety minutes off. An all familiar sound floated over the area, the sound of Snow Geese. My head instantly went skyward and my gaze was rewarded with V after V of Snow Geese winging south. Snow flakes landed in my eyes so I opened my mouth to catch a few as I enjoyed the sights and sounds. With that, I went back to my chores. Thirty minutes later I was out on the deck with the Z 9 / 180-400VR photographing the White-tailed Deer foraging in the new snow with the heavenly chorus still filling the air. I looked up to see some blue sky filtering through the clouds and saw the flocks still heading south. It had been over forty minutes of Snow Geese moving south. I assume the storm that just left 6″ of snow on The Ranch gave the geese the hint to take to the wing. I pointed the lens up and took the shot, seeing an arrow pointing south. After a few clicks, I put the camera back down and just watched the sight. It seemed a natural to see Snow Geese being south bound in the snow.

Love This Book!

Brilliant!

This book is brilliant! It fits my podcast today like a glove (what are the odds of that?). When you turn the page, there is just one word, the color on those two pages. Well, all the shades of that one color. Then you turn the next page, another single word for the new color. It’s KISS in it’s my purest form because it’s not written for photographer but for kindergartners! But us photographers can learn a lot from the simplicity of the book. And how do we take those lessons and apply them to our craft? We go out and shoot, shoot and shoot and teach ourselves to see those colors, capture those colors, tell stories with those colors and grab heartstrings from those colors. Kids, they know how to learn!

Moose Podcast #318 – “The Obvious, Obviously!”

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Mammoth Hot Springs Terrace captured by Z 9 / Z24-120f4

This episode of the Moose Podcast #318 – “The Obvious, Obviously!”, Clearing the path to creativity, the photograph that tells the story is a huge challenge. One of the biggest obstacles can be ourselves, but that doesn’t have to be the case.

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Howdy and welcome to the Moose Podcast! Thanks for taking the time to drop in from your week to listen! Thank you folks for listening and continually rising the Moose Podcast in the ratings … thank you ever so much! Please be so kind and continue to Tweet and/or share on the Moose Podcast on Facebook! I’d be grateful for your continuation in doing that. Want to hear about a particular topic, send in the suggestion … send them to Moose Podcast. THANKS! (sorry, emails sent to this address will get no direct response).

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