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Jon Canfield Posted: Mar 01, 2005 0 comments

All Photos © 2004, Jon Canfield, All Rights Reserved

Many of us enjoy macro, or close-up photography. The ability to extract small details from a scene, whether a single flower, an abstract pattern from some common item, or detailed images of small items for online auctions, is the forte of many digital cameras. SLR style cameras have special macro lenses, some of...

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Steve Anchell Posted: Oct 01, 2004 0 comments

Photos © 2004, Steve Anchell, All Rights Reserved

It's half past midnight on All Hallow's Eve. I'm surrounded by Killer Clowns from Outer Space, spooks, goblins, and witches. Fortunately, I have a camera and lots of film or nobody would ever believe...

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Barry Tanenbaum Posted: Jul 01, 2004 1 comments

It's a safe bet that Daryl Hawk won't be looking for an assistant any time soon. When he leaves family, friends, and the commercial, portrait, and advertising photography business he runs out of his Connecticut studio in order to pursue images...

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Clint Farlinger Posted: May 01, 2004 0 comments

As I slipped and fell helplessly to the ground for the 102nd time that afternoon (give or take a fall or two), I decided not to get up again. Despite the fact we were still a good half-mile from the trail leading...

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Frank Weston Posted: May 01, 2004 0 comments

In the Western US, sunrise and sunset photography can often be especially challenging because there aren't any clouds. Without clouds or haze, the sky simply fades from a very pale, burnished blue to gray. No drama. No flash of color. No spectacular...

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Susan McCartney Posted: May 01, 2004 0 comments

Paris has always been one of my favorite destinations and I've shot many assignments there. My main objective on a recent trip was to update my Paris coverage for a new travel photography book, and importantly, to discover and iron out any possible...

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Don Mammoser Posted: May 01, 2004 3 comments

Wildlife model shoots are simply a wonderful, easy way to get great photos of some very elusive animals. I have a Zoology degree. I have worked as a ranger for the US Fish & Wildlife Service. I have studied endangered species, spending countless hours...

Bob Coates Posted: Nov 01, 2003 12 comments

Steve Simonsen learned photography the hard way. Let's see, there was a rangefinder camera, lack of lens choices, hyperfocal distance focusing, and flash ratios, not to mention backscatter of light. All of this had to be dealt with and there was no...

Kenneth J. Stein Ph. D. Posted: Aug 01, 2003 0 comments

A Macro Photography Primer

In photography courses that I have taught, it has been common for people to tell me about their "Macro" function on their 35-70mm or 70-210mm lens. Although these lenses are adequate for some...

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Steve Bedell Posted: Jul 01, 2003 0 comments

Shoot High-Speed Films At The Beach?

I love doing sessions at the beach. But I also have very strict rules about what I do, when I do it, and how much income I expect to derive from it. This is because I only do one beach session...

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Daryl Hawk Posted: May 01, 2003 0 comments

The Art Of The Travel Portrait

My 25 years of traveling on the back roads of the world has led to countless adventures, experiences, and stories from the array of characters I have met along the way. As a documentary photographer...

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Tony Sweet Posted: Apr 01, 2003 0 comments

The Tip-Off

It's happened a great number of times that, while driving to a predetermined scene or location, I looked out of the window and exclaimed, "Man! Look at that!" The thought of stopping entered my mind and I even...

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Ben Clay/Web Photo School Posted: Apr 01, 2003 0 comments

Lesson Of The Month

This past summer, my wife and I took a road trip across the country and along the way we spent a few days in Yellowstone National Park and in the Badlands of South Dakota. Both places are visually stunning and...

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Carol Polich Posted: Jan 01, 2003 0 comments

Winter Wonderland

It was one of those subfreezing, clear wintry days when the air was filled with humidity as the sun peeked its effervescent rays over the nearby mountains. I looked out the window and noticed the frost thinly caked on the glass. The tree branches in the yard and wire...

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Tony Sweet Posted: Nov 01, 2002 0 comments

Early on in my career, as an instructor with The Great American Photography Weekend workshop company, I had the privilege of teaching with some of the greatest nature photographers in the world. One of the first things that I learned was from...

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