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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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Photo Tips, Photographing Birds – Florida, USA

  Action Bird Photography by Duke Miller SITUATION Our residence in Florida has a deck at the edge of a lake from which these shots were taken of a Little Blue Heron. The Little Blue is about half the size … Continue reading

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Photographing the Great Egret. “How I did it…” by Duke Miller

“We counted nine species within a hundred yards the other morning. So, while I used to search pretty far and wide for bird pics, now I grab a cup of coffee, my D800e, 70-300mm Nikkor VR (usually locked in to … Continue reading

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Photography close to home by Duke Miller

This image was made at Haywood-Jackson Overlook, Mile Marker 433-ish, Blue Ridge Pkwy. Very windy and cold –  I put camera on interval shooting, one capture per minute, and sat in car eating my McBiscuit and drinking McCafe! That’s all … Continue reading

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Photography, close to home – sort of…

If two hours through the Great Smoky Mountain National Park would qualify, this  photo by Lens Lugger Duke Miller says it all. This is the Middle Prong of the Little Pigeon River, a don’t miss close to Cades Cove. Duke … Continue reading

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Learning to see – Photographically, of course

by Bob Grytten How important is Light? Oh, Man… if it ain’t got the zing, you ain’t got a thing? That unspoken message comes through without any help from us. Learning to see is the key! Be patient, get in … Continue reading

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