Monthly Archives: January 2012

Making Roses Better

How about a post about processing? What you may not know about photography is that all photos are processed. In analog photography, you choose your film, your exposure, your film processing method, your paper, your printing method and your paper … Continue reading

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Snow! Kabul, Afghanistan

How about a nice abstract shot of snow?

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Winter Tree, Kabul, Afghanistan

One of my favorite lenses that I almost never use is Nikon’s 500mm f/8 reflector lens. Why do I almost never use it? How often do you really need to shoot with a telescope? I’m taking it on safari next … Continue reading

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Angkor Thom, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Before I get to the serious part of the post, I’d just like to say that it’s absolutely impossible to write the word “Cambodia,” without immediately singing, “It’s a holiday in Cambodia/That’s tough kid but it’s life/It’s a holiday in … Continue reading

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