Monthly Archives: October 2010

A Little Encouragement

I would like to encourage nature photographers to do videos now that so many still cameras include video. Video can be a lot of fun, but it is a little different than shooting still photos, so many photographers are a … Continue reading

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Lake Superior Water

Did you know that nearly 1/10 of all freshwater on our planet is held in Lake Superior? I grew up in Minnesota and spent a lot of time along the North Shore of Minnesota, but though I knew this was … Continue reading

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Opportunities

I want to just let you know about a couple of things that might be of interest to you or someone you know. First, the North America Nature Photography Association or NANPA has a great program for college students interested … Continue reading

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A Simplified Look at Histograms

Histograms are a valuable tool for digital photographers, yet they can seem a bit intimidating. There is all sorts of information about this or that regarding histograms that you must do or understand. While all of that might be correct, … Continue reading

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Man and Nature

In today's world, nature and man are intricately entwined. I do not mean that to imply that man is entwined as something separate from nature. I believe that whenever we start thinking of man as being separate, we get into … Continue reading

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