Monthly Archives: March 2010

Outdoor Portraiture

Been seeing this topic come up on a few photography boards this week as the weather gets warm and sunny.  People start to get outdoors with family and friends.  The photographers bring their cameras ready to capture special moments and … Continue reading

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Wishes II

The Magic Kingdom’s nightly fireworks show called, Wishes, is a beautiful display of choreographed pyrotechnics, character narration and music as only Disney can do.  The show runs approximately 12 minutes, has 557 fireworks firing cues and 655 individual shells launched … Continue reading

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View 116: Melting Away

Two days before I took this photo, the path was 90% snow covered with just enough clear on one side to walk.  Two days of sunny and warm weather later, it’s only 10% covered in this stretch.  There’s a part … Continue reading

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I forgot to Zero Out my Camera!

That was what I was saying out loud this week (inwardly I was thinking much stronger stuff) when I discovered I had forgotten to change a setting on my camera from the night before.  This caused me to take terrible … Continue reading

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Assignment 6: Your Hometown

The very first assignment I posted last year was for everyone to do a Collective Shoot.  Ready to do another one?  This time the subject is Your Hometown.  This is different than landmarks as I am looking for one, two … Continue reading

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