Monthly Archives: September 2015

Lens Luggers offer some tips on their work

LL Susan Lawrence writes… “Ouch! A poke in the eye is imminent for one of these sparring young males. The jabbing antler was partially broken off, leaving a short, blunt tip still capable of doing serious injury. Although eye injuries … Continue reading

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Lens Lugger takes best of Show at Asheville Foto Fest

From Linda Vanetta…“During the last of week January 2015, I took a trip to the Tetons and Yellowstone led by photographers David Hartfield, Bill Lea and Chris Norcott…”  In attendance were 6 other fellow photographers. It was a great tour … Continue reading

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Lens Luggers with time on their hands, or when camera takes over…

This day things started out pretty ordinary, at 6:53AM, with a bear leading us into Cataloochee Valley. Then, I had a talk with the camera about trying to do better… The plan was to make some pixels of an elk … Continue reading

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Special by guest blogger Duke Miller – Paris Through My Lens

Duke Miller – Paris Through My Lens by Duke Miller – In May, I participated in the “Paris Through My Lens” street photography workshop, conducted by Valerie Jardin. I discovered her in a podcast by Darlene Hildebrand of the Digital … Continue reading

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Slow Down by Guest Blogger Michael Ritter

Bob, I captured a very interesting image this morning and it made me think about how so many photographers are too quick to leave a location without waiting to see what develops. I thought you may want this for the … Continue reading

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