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  1. My 35mm film kit

    Like most of us, I shot 35mm film for many years. My father had a Minolta XG-7 and I bought a new XG-1 in 1979 or so (yes, I actually saved up paper route money). My kit consisted of the XG-1 body and a 50mm f1.7 lens. I shot that until the mid 90s when I moved to a Minolta Freedom Zoom 150 35mm point and shoot. From there I went to a Canon digital
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  2. The 52 Project Week 3: Sad



    I started this project with the intent to go down and capture some of the protesters in the park and the “sad” was how our country has turned so soft with “everyone’s a winner” attitude that these folks forgot how to actually lose. When I got to the
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  3. How tight is your Photography License Agreement?

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    The “mine” mentality in the photography world sometimes gets taken way too literally. While, yes, as photographers we “own” all of our images – the images given to a client are “theirs” to use in ANY manner that their license agreement states – period.

    All too often, I see photographers with
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  4. 52 Photos Week 2: Fur

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    Rocky Mountain Mule Deer: The Mule Deer gets its named for its ears, which are large like those of the mule. This doe was with a small group - and her buck was not far behind.

    Unlike the related white-tailed deer, mule deer are generally more associated with the land west of the Missouri River,
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    Updated 01-19-2017 at 05:11 PM by csgaraglino

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  5. 52 Photos Week 1: Where You Live

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    I live in Fountain, Colorado - just south of Colorado Springs home of America’s Mountain - Pikes Peak. But for this challenge, I thought I would show you something just a bit different. When most people think of Colorado, they think the Rocky Mountains and for the most part they would be right. What they
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  6. The 52 Photos Project - all welcome!

    I have created a new group called The 52 Photos Project. The focus of this group is to Inspire and to be Inspired! Each week, you'll have a theme to follow. The idea is to think Out of the Box! If the theme is Weather, that could be a "Storm" or a Weathered Barn; so put some thought into it.

    I'll try to lay out the whole month,
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  7. Mountain Landscapes

    I have already posted an album with some of my mountain scapes mostly taken at sunrise or sunset.

    I'm not sure how many South Africans there are in Nionites and how many of them spend time in the Drakensberg.

    As a family we go there at least once a month to camp and just get out and about. I thought that blogging about the
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  8. Sigma 150-600 Goes Ice Climbing

    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Bye View Post
    This past Saturday, my Sigma 150-600mm and I joined members of the Club d’escalade de Saint-Boniface to record their day of ice climbing.


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  9. A question for the old timers.

    Quote Originally Posted by STM View Post
    As I was shooting today something came to mind. This question is really for those of us who have spent (or still spend) a lot of time in the darkroom.

    Although one could ever dispute that programs like Photoshop and Lightroom have given photographers of all skill levels a powerful tool to tweak and manipulate photographs, providing options
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  10. First Impressions – Tamron SP 90mm f/2.8 AF Macro ( E72 )

    http://skvoraltdphoto.com/first-impr...-macro-e72-11/

    Figured I'd go a quick overview and update it as I go along since I've HARDLY found any useful info on this guy being overshadowed by the Di version.
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