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About GeoWes
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North Central Iowa USA
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Photographer/Graphic Design
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D600 gripped w/TAMRON AF 28-300mm f/3.5-6.3 [IF] MACRO
D5100 gripped w/NIKOR 18-55mm & NIKOR 55-200mm

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WHAT i SEE - ABERRATIONS ARE MY FRIENDS

by GeoWes on 07-13-2013 at 04:13 AM
WHAT i SEE - ABERRATIONS ARE MY FRIENDS

We hate the aberrations. We loath and fear them as undesirables, we cringe when we find them and curse the physical nature of the world for them.

I had some time on my hands so I thought I’d play around with the Vivitar close-up filter kit I recently bought. I set this shot up and
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WHAT i SEE – WARRIORS

by GeoWes on 07-04-2013 at 02:00 PM
WHAT i SEE – WARRIORS

How many ages ago was it when man first stood up and reached for that stick of charcoal, then throw it back down to grab a cooler one, and walk up to that cave wall? As much of a milestone in the evolution of our history, it might also have been one of the first definitive demonstrations of a basic human trait:
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WHAT i SEE - COMPOSITION AND BALANCE

by GeoWes on 06-29-2013 at 03:49 AM
WHAT i SEE - COMPOSITION AND BALANCE

When isolated and highlighted, each of the visual elements – shape, line, pattern and texture – can become the subject of an exceptional photograph. However, most photographs depend on many or all of these elements in varying proportions. As photographers, we want to know how to use these elements
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WHAT i SEE – PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE

by GeoWes on 06-22-2013 at 02:31 AM
WHAT i SEE – PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE
(Well, I’m off to Burney to catch the start of the Native American 500 mile Spiritual Run. No, I’m photographing, not running. Short little get-a-way and another chance to practice.)

Minor White was fond of saying, “Photography is the only medium known to man in which he can fly before he
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WHAT i SEE - WHAT TYPE OF ARTISTS ARE WE

by GeoWes on 06-14-2013 at 08:53 PM
WHAT i SEE - WHAT TYPE OF ARTISTS ARE WE

Why do photographers make images in a specific style? Why do people react more strongly to some images and not others? Seeing is an act of perception. It is how we ascertain, experience, learn and understand the world around us.

While working with the partially blind in 1939, Victor
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