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May Assignment: Time Waits for No One I promised I would take us out of our comfort zones, and the May assignment will do just that. We have been focusing on visual themes, from composition to exposure techniques. This time we will work on interpretation. The definition of Timeless, according to Dictionary.com: adjective 1. without beginning or end; eternal; everlasting. 2. referring or restricted to no particular time : the timeless beauty of great music. […]

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http://www.thephotoargus.com/40-beautiful-examples-of-bokeh-photography/

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The Eloquent Ansel

March 22, 2015

Post by Aperture Foundation.

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I came across this item from Moose Peterson, one my favorite wildlife photogs, and I just had to share it. Moose talks about how capturing a shorebird at the “decisive moment” will show movement without blur, by capturing the foot of the bird as it takes a step. This will raise your viewer response exponentially–and […]

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Long Island is becoming known for its overwintering habitat for several seal species, and the nature lovers in the Light Painters group were quite enthusiastic about a proposed hike to Montauk’s seal haulout location. It’s a bit of a trek, with photo gear especially, but the hard souls who made the hike, were rewarded with […]

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Monday, Jan. 9, the day of this writing, is the day of the Wolf Moon-January’s full moon.  There is something magical about winter full moon photos, so I encourage everyone to take their best shot tonight. Of course, any night shot is better when there is more than just a moon in the dark sky, […]

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Check out the videos below for the steps to create a greeting card with Photoshop Elements:

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Dear Sony, I write this letter with a heavy heart, as I have decided to leave your DSLR camera gear behind and become a Nikon shooter. Your gear, and that of your predecessor, now-defunct Minolta, has served me well as I built by wedding and portrait photography business, but in the last six months, I […]

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I found a post from Scott Bourne at Photo Focus Blog suggesting how serious photographers can prove they ARE serious about their work. We all need a reminder once in a while, so with a nod to Scott, I am posting a few of his suggestions: 1. Pay attention to craft 2. Don’t shoot on […]

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