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The Second Coming of Film – A Story About Light

It was Spring of 1968. Motor Trend had just crowned the GTO car of the year, Eddie Adams just made one of the most iconic images in history and in a few months the Detroit Tigers would win the World Series. Honeywell Pentax was telling us they made “fine photography easy.” and the Polaroid swinger was happily swinging off shelves. Continue reading

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The Dreamers Tree

I found this back near Yuma during our Winter tour and I took my time on it. It’s a perfect scene for a relaxing afternoon, but it has just a bit of mystery thrown in too. We were taking a … Continue reading

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The Swirling City – Twin Cities MN.

This was about a year ago now, during our Fall 2010 road trip and my visit to the Twin Cities to teach an HDR workshop. I was walking with my group downtown, crossing over a bridge, the name of which … Continue reading

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Dynamic & Tonal Range in the RAW File.

Just a few quick observations today. One reason I stay in a RAW as long as possible is that quality and dynamic tonal control is at it’s highest on an original RAW file. Once we leave that environment, we can … Continue reading

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