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Each subject type should be given special consideration. If the shoot type is known, ie. Wedding, Portrait, Glamour, Children or Landscape, etc, the photographer has time to prepare for the shoot. If the shoot is random, such as travel photography, the photographer has to be able to think fast and make lens, flash and camera […]

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 Hasselblad H4D-40 f/32@1/6 ISO 100, 28mm May 7, 2011 – Saturday Shiprock New Mexico, Four Corners and Moab, Utah. We departed Farmington, New Mexico early morning to photograph Shiprock both from the South and from the North. From Farmington take the Shiprock Hwy 64 to Shiprock. From Shiprock, take Hwy 491 South to the turnoff […]

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  Hasselblad H4D-40 f/32@3.2 ISO 100, 28mm Day 1 – May 6, 2011 – Friday Bisti Badlands, New Mexico We started our journey by departing Dallas, Texas at 12:00am  and driving 15 hours to the Bisti Badlands just South of Farmington, New Mexico. We actually took HWY 371 from I-40 through Crownpoint and approximately 42 […]

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Recently I tried and purchased the Kodak Digital Gem Airbrush Pro PlugIn for Photoshop. I am amazed with this plug in. Traditionally I use a very intense and timely manner to smooth skin without loosing much skin detail. I am particular about this as my style is to not over blur an image or a […]

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File Types “RAW vs JPEG vs TIFF” Why does file type even matter? All semi pro and professional DSLR cameras and some consumer cameras allow you as the photographer to choose what file type or types you want the image to render. This is an extremely important option for a digital photographer to consider. The […]

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