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Images from Thursday Field shoot

Thursday on the way to Looking glass falls, like so many other times, we had to pause to capture special moments… All photographed with Mirrorless Cameras… One Fiji XT, one Sony a6000.

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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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Amazing Photo Technology

Thanks to Lens Lugger Jerry Stone for sending this in… This is a photograph by Lee Holt, a new acquaintance that I met shooting sunrises at Marineland. Lee is a Professional Photographer working out of Jacksonville. The reason that I’m … Continue reading

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High Correlation between Photography & Music – Epic Productions

Correlation between Photography & Music — Epic Productions Posted on August 14, 2015 by bobgrytten Being that there is a high correlation between photography and music, when Lens Lugger Jerry Stone sent in the  Chinese Fireworks, my thoughts jumped to this … Continue reading

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Building in Emotion, Moods, or feeling into our photography

Memorable images begin with first understanding Graphic tugs at the heart. In this image, Lady with Flowers, a number of things are going on. For openers, the simple rule of thirds is expanded to include two quadrants – the face … Continue reading

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Night at The River Arts District, Asheville

Last night we headed east 20 miles in anticipation of finding some interesting items to shoot. I guess I’m just very serendipitous, and the Sony needed some exercise. This part of the River Art District was new to us and … Continue reading

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Sebastião Salgado: The silent drama of photography

Economics PhD Sebastião Salgado only took up photography in his 30s, but the discipline became an obsession. His years-long projects beautifully capture the human side of a global story that all too often involves death, destruction or decay. Here, he … 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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Travel photography – what works now…

You can’t see it; but, a little tear is  creeping out of my eye…  The tear is because I know how correct this piece is and my new heavy, long lens is by now, on it’s way from the store.      … Continue reading

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Composition – no matter what kind of camera

Let’s debunk the idea that you NEED the most advanced, fanciest piece of equipment to make images that “speak.” One example here is a Large White Trillium, taken with a Sony Point ‘n Shoot 3.2 MP camera when first getting … Continue reading

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