Monthly Archives: October 2014

The Silver Lining in photography

We received this note from Lens Lugger Linda Vannetta, a regular Tampa, FL Resident, who loves the changes of season… She came up to North Carolina in hopes of photographing color this 2014 season. <<Not much color on this trip. … Continue reading

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Fall color – from the field…

Fall color using other natural elements from the field make effective stories. To assure a complete range of color and sharpness think about making multiple images for possible HDR processing. This image is the final product of three images -2 … Continue reading

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Small changes to photos can yield Big results

Small changes to photos and yield Big results. We often return from the field, anxious to verify what we were able to capture from an exciting shoot – only to discover that we also managed to pick up some distractions … Continue reading

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When is an Image not an Image?

When is an image not really an image? In this issue we will explore that question… My first reaction would be to say, never. But perhaps the real question should be… When does an image not communicate. We’ve learned that … Continue reading

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Cataloochee Valley Elk – the Rut

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