Monthly Archives: March 2008

Spring Snow: Almost April Morning Light

Of course it was bound to remind me of the Saturday morning last January immortialized in Get Out. Fresh snow overnight, clinging to every branch and blade, turning the world into a spun-sugar fairyland. Okay…a bit much, I will admit … Continue reading

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In Praise of Program Shift

Getting the most out of automation: part 5 1/320th sec. @ f3.5 Program Shift: some of the more sophisticated P&S cameras on the market today have a very powerful feature called Program Shift. If your camera has it, then this … Continue reading

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Harbor with Pelicans: Sunset

I am just back from the North American Nature Photographer’s Association Convention, held this year at the Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort in Destin, Florida. I attended in my official capacity with Carl Zeiss Sports Optics and shared a space … Continue reading

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