Monthly Archives: April 2013

Results of Cypress Wide angel Shot — We received a lot of help…

Results of Cypress Wide angel Shot — We received a lot of help… On Mar 21, 2013, at 10:54 AM, Bob Grytten <bobgry@aol.com> wrote: Can anyone help me out with this image?? Carol & I were in Charleston a couple … Continue reading

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Excellent!!

This just in from Chuck Dayton. Since Chuck got his Canon 70-200 f/2.8, his work has just blossomed. I think he’s finding his niche. Here is his E-mail and some suggestions … Bob: Here’s a shot yesterday using the extender. … Continue reading

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Photography by the Dew Point…

by Bob Grytten The Question: Where to Go, When to Go, How do we know… The last Blog dealt with Photography in the Rain. But that is only one element of  Nature. And the more elements we can incorporate, the … Continue reading

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Rain and Joy!! – the impossible dream…

By Bob Grytten Today it rained. Two choices – go shooting or not. Personally, if inspired to get out I go. Like Carol & I used to do when sailing – if we waited for perfect weather we would seldom … Continue reading

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Photography Evolution

I first met Tony Sweet on a Great American Photo Weekend program in Ft. Myers, FL many years ago. At that time he was in the process of deciding which career field to follow – music or photography. The photographic … Continue reading

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Normandy inpressions…

Normandy inpressions….

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HCC Hosts Mid-Atlantic Woodsman’s Meet

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FbMotpn1g0I If we’re photographing this with only a still camera, we have to look for a way to convey where we are – the noise, the smell, the excitement – on our two dimensional piece of film or digital plane. … Continue reading

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Some tips for Close Wildflower Photography…

This just in… from lens lugger Chuck who is working with a new long lens and extension tubes.        1. Long lens to reduce side distractions.        2. Extension tubes allows one to get closer to the subject and        increases … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a morning shoot

By Bob Grytten April 4, 2013 – 7:19 AM Just as I thought — the sun was already peaking above the tree line, so what to do. It’s not too strong yet but still a challenge. This first serious shot … Continue reading

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The Unexpected…

by Charles Coburn, Lens Lugger Saturday morning, Feb. 3rd I woke up to four inches of snow and a cloudy overcast.  Since this much snow has been scarce for us in Franklin this winter, I grabbed my camera and headed … Continue reading

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