Monthly Archives: October 2014

Visual Exercise Is Good For You!

One of the keys to always improving as a photographer is very simply …  to shoot! I don’t think this is something just for the beginning photographer, either. I consider  photographing that goes beyond simply getting a great shot is … Continue reading

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Finding a Calling in Photography and Nature

You'll hear a lot about finding your passion, your mission in life, your calling, and such, today. These can be important things. It is sad if you spend a lifetime living something you don't care about. I have been lucky … Continue reading

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Along a Fence Line – Finding Pictures

I just returned from a trip to Florida where I did some presentations to the Orlando Camera Club (a terrific, active and energetic club worth checking out). Friday morning, my friends, Wayne Bennett and Ron Caimano, went out to do … Continue reading

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