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Beauty beholding – Artist calls the image passable — I think this one is Super!!

What makes for a super image. In my eye this has an emotional pull that many don’t. So, I went to the artist for more information. What he said, isn’t what I expected… “Well Bob you asked for it. Here’s … Continue reading

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Jerry Stone Image – How I did it and why I’m active in photography

Lens lugger Jerry Stone has another reason for being so active in his photography, and he let’s us in on his techniques… “I shoot a lot. Spend about 4 hours a day in Photoshop. Consequently I come up with a … Continue reading

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Ice Patterns – How I did it

by Diane Jettinghoff Hi Bob; This image was taken 1/8/14.  Stream frozen over in our deep freeze and now slowly melting the surface.  Took at a slow speed, 2 seconds, at f/32 set on Manuel with 0EV.  Very shady location. … Continue reading

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Turning your long lens into a close up/macro system…

by Bob Grytten Most photographers have a long lens – either in a variable range 70-300 or 18-200 or a faster 70 – 200 mm f/2.8 configuration or a single focal range such as a 300mm F/4. No matter what … Continue reading

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Early Morning Light Surprise

by Lens Lugger Beverly Slone “I went to Cades Cove in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park early in January of this year hoping for some nice early morning light images.  That wasn’t to be so had to look for other … Continue reading

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