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on Nov 1, 2019 in Field Reports

A Moose Adventure Awaits You!

Moose loves taking photographers to the next level in their visual storytelling in his workshops! From big, grand adventures to birds, big game or the smallest rock. Our goal is pretty simple, help you make the most of YOUR photography. You can see the photographs waiting for you on our workshops on our galleries pages. To learn about all the workshops we offer, here’s a quick description but call Sharon (760.924.8632 M-F, 9-5PST) for the whole enchilada! 13-18 Jan, 2020 OR – WA Coast Winter Storms FULL 17-21 Feb, 2020 Sax-Zim Bog MN FULL 15-20 Mar, 2020 The Palouse Winter 1 opening 13-17 April, 2020 Chickens & Grouse 1 opening 30 March – 04 April 2020 Bryce Nat’l Park 1 opening 01-06 May, 2020 Texas Birds 1 opening 02-07 June, 2020 Alaskan Sea Otters 1 opening 06-13 Sept, 2020 Australian Bird Adventure 1 opening 05-09 Oct, 2020 New England Lighthouses & Fall Color FULL We are very excited to be ablt to offer All our Workshop / Adventure participants...

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on Oct 10, 2019 in Field Reports

Osmo Pocket – Pro Fun

https://www.moosepeterson.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/OsmoPocket.mp4 We have fallen in love with Osmo Pocket / Controller Wheel for its fun and quality. As you can see above, it’s really, really tiny which is great but its quality is huge! Because it has 4k quality and can literally fit in your pocket, you can shoot in tight places you might have not attempted before. Brent is up in a Cessna 140 shooting the sample video below. Ever been in a 140, tight quarters! When didn’t have the filter set when we shot this, but do now and that takes care of the prop slop. It’s so much fun, it’s a great tool to add to your...

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on Oct 3, 2019 in Field Reports

Big, Wide World … The Two Click Pano

We are so fortunate to experience a big, grand world and in this case, a Sierra Wave over Walker Lake! The new Nikkor Z14-30 does a beautiful job of bringing that all in and with its wide angle of view and ability to accept an 82mm filter. The possibilities are nearly endless. It’s a favorite lens of mine now because of this. With that said, I have had the good fortune to witness a few sunrises/sunsets that 14mm alone wasn’t able to capture it all. I turned to a simple, two-click pano to bring those moments home. No tripod, just hand-hold, click with about a 20-30% overlap and then simple assembly in ACR using its Panorama function. It brings the memory home and that’s what it’s all...

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on Sep 16, 2019 in Field Reports

Amazing New Nikkor Z85f1.8

I had the good fortune to spend the morning at the Combat Air Museum shooting with the new Nikkor Nikon Z85f1.8 and man, was it fun! I shot the entire time at f/1.8 cause, way buy a fast lens if you’re not going to shoot fast?! It’s small, lightweight and a blast to shoot with cause of its very narrow DoF with it’s very crispy sharpness, it makes things snap in the viewfinder. All the great detail at the Combat Air Museum was the perfect proving grounds for me to determine real fast this is one helluva lens! The Nikon Z85f1.8 is a lens most think of as a portrait lens (though it’s much, much more) so I wanted to shoot a portrait or two with it. At the Combat Air Museum there is Stu, a great model, reenactor who looks like an Air Force General so I placed him in front of the museum’s F-84 Thunderstreak for his portrait. Because I was shooting with the Z6 I could...

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on Sep 5, 2019 in Field Reports

SnapBridge is a Killer Tool!!

Nikon’s SnapBridge just recently brought it into incredibly important tool! There were four of us around the breakfast table this mourning. We’d been out shooting in the cold shroud of morning fog shooting on the coast with our Zs. We brought the cameras to breakfast so I could test how well Snapbridge brings Nef’s into the iPhone. Within seconds, literally, all cameras were connected to phones, folks were scrolling their images and selecting a Nef to download. Then that file was taken into Lightroom Mobile and finished. Some did tests to send the finish file to the Cloud, others saving to the phone. It was success all the way around!!! It sounds so trivial but this can make my life is a tad easier. No, this won’t be my new workflow but Yes, this will permit me to deliver to clients an images in a snap! And that’s what it’s all about! Camera Notes: The photos here where taken with Z7 / Z24-70f2.8, ISO Lo1, f/22, 49sec exposure and...

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