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Beautiful: Holga Wind

In preparation for a site redesign I’m starting to go through past work, to create themes and threads, and I stumble across something like this that just rocks my world. I forget how much fun it is to shoot with my … Continue reading

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The Hardest Thing I Do

I’m going to try something new for me, and tell you about my business. This idea came to me yesterday, as I was somewhere between 18 and 19 miles into a 20-mile run. See, I’ve signed up for my second … Continue reading

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Composition: The Rule of Thirds

This week, I’m going to take a crack at writing tutorials or bits of coaching. I’m starting a photography coaching service, and having clarity about what I want to say will probably only enhance my service. Following the Rule of … Continue reading

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Windows in the Erechthium

At first, you don’t think too much about windows in a building, except that this building was built nearly 2500 years ago, and we don’t usually associate windows with Greek temples. The Erechtheum is part of the Acropolis complex and … Continue reading

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Purple Trio

This photo, straight out of the camera, is a little bland. The flowers are pale, the wall is too bright, and the greenery on the tree is intrusive. I’ve long suspected, though, that I could find a good photo in … Continue reading

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