Tag Archives: Photography

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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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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Daybreak Multimedia with Ray Lynch music from Deep Breakfast

If you enjoy the mountains with morning mist, you may enjoy this piece. Ray Lynch provides the perfect mood for this 5AM shoot from the Blue Ridge Parkway, as the sun rises over Waynesville, NC. The musical piece is “Falling … 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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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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Corrupted Digital Image Downloads

Tips from Dr. Ellen K. Rudolph, November 27, 2013 1. Reboot both the computer and the camera, then try downloading the same photo (if not already trashed). THIS IS ALWAYS A FIRST STEP WHEN ANY KIND OF GLITCH IS EXPERIENCED. … Continue reading

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Why are we drawn to some images and not others?

Why are we drawn to some images and not others? My long time friend and marketing guru, Rohn Engh publishes some great newsletters. His recent PhotoDaily newsletter, also includes reprints of other hard hitting articles. When I read the Jay … Continue reading

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Special moments make a difference …

Orignally published in Carol & Bob’s F/8 and Being There newsletter, reprinted with permission…

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