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When I critique, judge, or teach others one of the things I am always mentioning is how a viewers eye sees things. OneView full post »
This was the dominant gobbler in the flock and when other younger gobblers, called jakes, approached the hen he was withView full post »
This alpha tom turkey struts it’s stuff for a nearby hen that was already sitting on it’s nest. I wasView full post »
I’ve said it before but I don’t mind repeating it spring isn’t official for me until I hear a turkeyView full post »
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Let’s go through the thought process of working a scene. Here is the scene setter. The line of the parking lot,View full post »
Continuing yesterdays theme the same tree line photographed in spring with infrared (Fuji XE1, 18-55IS, R72 filter)View full post »
A look back at images from a brief March snow storm. This post illustrates an answer I gave after recently judging aView full post »
Fallen Tree in Tyler State Park, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Fuji XE1, 18-55IS, R72 infrared filter.View full post »
I knew I wouldn’t have the time to photograph the latest snow storm in a good location before the sun was high inView full post »
Just as color and tone can impart mood so can your choice of view point, lens selection, exposure, and otherView full post »
Color and tone in an image can greatly effect the emotional response of viewers to your images. When processingView full post »
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