Monthly Archives: July 2014

Lenses Affect How We See the World

Not long ago, I wrote a bit about the importance of both moving your camera position and changing focal length in order to get different perspectives on your subject and its relationship to the surroundings. I got to thinking a … Continue reading

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Respect in Photography (and Life)

I am going to do something a bit different this week because of an experience I had recently, related to people who suffer from Parkinson's disease. The photo above is of my dad. He passed away nearly three years ago. … Continue reading

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Looking Beyond the Obvious

Earlier this summer, I was up in the Great Basin National Park in Nevada. This is a wonderful park that is one of the quieter national parks because of its location. While I did photograph some of the beautiful mountains … Continue reading

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