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on Nov 2, 2015 in Great Stuff

Why We Must Shoot!

More and more it sounds like haunting garage sale for photography can have historic treasure. You have the Billy the Kid photo a few weeks back, Ansel Adams before that and the list goes on and on. The film above found in WA at a garage sale. And while that’s really cool to be found and preserved, it had to be photographed in the first place. The photo of Billy the Kid, he was just play croquet. The movie above just a fly in, there was nothing extraordinary about the subjects. At this when it was taken. Same thing could be said about what we photograph today. If nothing else, this is proof how important YOUR photography is though! You have no idea if, forty, fifty, sixty years from now YOUR images are “found” and celebrated because they tell a story of a time gone by. No matter the subject, the time or place, this is another reason why we must shoot! Oh, the reason for this Monocoupe photo...

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on Apr 6, 2015 in Great Stuff

Photography FUNdamentals – a Must!

Thousands upon thousands have it on their iPad…You? It’s been updated and updated FOR FREE and has all you need and more to make your photography, your photography! It’s FREE, you have nothing to lose and everything to learn. Oh ya … it’s...

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on Apr 2, 2015 in Great Stuff

Photo Forte Month

I’m very fortunate to be the guest Mentor at Photo Forte for April. It was gratifying to be asked back again, guess that means I wasn’t too hard on folks images last time. The theme for the month are planes, trains and things that move. It’s going to be fun. If you want to join in, please do. The more the...

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on Mar 3, 2015 in Great Stuff

Watson Packing Power

I’ve been taking more gear as I try to take less luggage. This means means what I do take needs to take less space and do more duties. Batteries are the heart of so much of our gear, gotta have more and more. I just found the Watson Rapid Charger and fell in love cause it works great! Besides being a low price and coming with 4 AA Watson 2300mnh batteries, it does rapid charge the batteries. But it’s physically very small and has the wall plug built into the charger that folds away when not in use. It’s the smallest and lightest package I’ve found and love it! (You can save more money getting this version which has no LCD panel.) Part of this strategy is taking more charged batteries with me and with the Watson Rapid Charger, always having them ready to go. I picked up the Watson 8-Bay Charger kit, what a great deal and unit! The Charger itself can charge 12 AA batteries at one...

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on Dec 17, 2014 in Great Stuff

D810 / D750 Firmware Updates

Nikon Firmware update D810 C:1.02 / D750 C:1.01 firmware updates D810 C:1.02 *When playback zoom was applied to an image displayed in the camera monitor (image display enlarged) while the memory card access lamp was still lit immediately after capture, the image was not correctly displayed. This issue has been resolved. *When menus were displayed with the camera connected to a 4K-compatible TV via HDMI, display in both the camera monitor and on the TV was not correct. This issue has been resolved. *Noise that could sometimes be heard when Custom Setting d1: Beep was set to any option other than Off has been reduced. D750 C:1.01 *When shooting with an optional Speedlight and auto FP high-speed sync enabled with On selected for ISO sensitivity settings > Auto ISO sensitivity control in the photo shooting menu, images were sometimes over-exposed. This issue has been resolved. (Enabling auto FP high-speed sync: Select 1/200 s (Auto FP) or 1/250 s (Auto FP) for Custom Setting e1: Flash sync speed) *When menus...

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