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Doge's Palace: Photographer Lorraine DarConte wrote, "The image was photographed in Venice, Italy, during Carnivale--a very colorful event. However, miserable weather all week rendered most everything gray." DarConte worked with a Canon EOS Elan with 28-80mm lens on Fujichrome 400 film.
© 2003, Lorraine A. DarConte, All Rights Reserved


Big Creek Bridge: Jack Davis sent us this study where only a touch of green comes through of this bridge in Big Sur, California. He worked with a Pentax LX and Pentax-A 20mm f/2.8 lens on Kodak Lumiere 100 slide film. He used a Cokin G2 graduated gray filter to help control the sky values.
© 2003, Jack Davis, All Rights Reserved

Ocean Reflections: Davor Gornik wrote, "When I saw this alignment of beach sand, sun, waves, and the late afternoon haze I knew I had to take a picture. I did not have any idea of what the results would be because of the extreme contrasts. Now, an 18x24" print hangs in my living room." Gornik used a Nikon F60 and Sigma 70-300mm lens on Fuji Reala 100 film and exposed the shot at 1/2000 sec at f/16.
© 2003, Davor Gornik, M.D., All Rights Reserved

Picture This -- Our Next Assignment

Directional Light
As the sun sets the light rakes across the horizon, making it the "golden hour" to make photographs that would look entirely different in the middle of the day. Waiting for directional light, and following it into the subject, can reap great rewards. This cruise ship pulling out of Port Canaveral, a few miles from Shutterbug world headquarters, seems to glow with promise as it makes its way out of port.

© 2003, George Schaub, All Rights Reserved


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Our next topic: Made In The Shade Deadline: January 15, 2005 Publication Date: April, 2005

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