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  1. Mallard Portrait

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    Updated 03-27-2017 at 10:34 PM by Bikerbrent

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  2. Why Not a Blog Y5D32

    Amazing how fast March is flying by, I am on my yearly Western Photo trip, LOVE coming out West for something different The best is to
    sometimes get off the beaten path. Course you come out expecting to see TONS of old shacks, cars, mines, etc, but they are actually a bit
    harder to find, you have to keep your eyes open, and of course,
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  3. 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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  4. Why Not a Blog Y5D12

    hard to believe that his is now going into my 5th year of creating this Blog, for the first two years, I actually created the Blog Daily!, but now, it is more occasional spread over the year.

    Each photography year gets busier with classes, followup, hangings, and a yearly photo show that I jury/help run. Would be sweet if the sales of
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  5. Why Not A Blog Y4D259

    Amazing, a fourth year wrapping up,, never does slow down, ever.

    This weekend I got to use my long tele primes with the 800, just the right combo. The two lens I used
    was the 300 F4, and the 200 F4. The first being an Auto, and the Second being the old AI manual.

    Both are lovely lens, two of the finest made. I like
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  6. The 52 Photos Project: Jan 23-29: Blooming



    Blooming in January is difficult, but in Colorado everything is either dead or covered in snow. So I headed to Phelan Garden, a nursery in town where I know I can always find something to shoot in the winter time! What cool about this place is the greenhouse
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  7. Why not a Blog Y4D341

    Be careful this year, photographing events, and protests, you might get swept up an arrested, as slowly the world goes crazy

    and criminalizes protest, and you might be thinking you are getting super shots, but might end up in a jail cell, with a 10 year
    sentence.

    so,, keep your wits, so sad that we have to worry about
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  8. Why Not a Blog Y4D340

    and another year begins, I am trying to complete a couple of projects this year, both will hopefully lead to Gallery shows, I am moving into blocks of works that
    can be collectively a show.

    When you move about, do you treat each walk, adventure like a photo assignment, keeping eyes out but also mentally deciding on the theme and
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  9. 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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  10. How tight is your Photography License Agreement?

    Advantages of the Nikkor 50mm f/1.4G over the 50mm f/1.4D-binding-agreement-1024x520.jpg

    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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