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Photo from the World: Poronin, Poland

While you’re sleeping, keeping the bed nice and warm, having that dream where you’re on the 18th tee at St. Andrews, I’m out driving around the countryside, looking for photos. Sometimes, anyway. Okay, often, I’m just sitting in my living … Continue reading

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Photographer Profile: Maya Lucchitta and Janet Kincaid

Maya and Janet are friends of mine from waaaaay back. We met on a weekend trip in Normandy in Sept. 2013. They live with their dog, Charlie, in southern France “across the street from Switzerland,” which I think is just … Continue reading

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Using the Split Toning Function in Lightroom

Pretty picture, isn’t it? A beautiful landscape of rich, fall colors and vineyards. Kinda makes you want to go drink some wine, maybe pull out a blanket in anticipation of colder days to come. Feels homey. Straight from the camera, … Continue reading

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Portrait of a Phobia, Kandahar Province, Afghanistan

BH Neely for US Dept of State With this photo, I’m launching a new era in my blog – weekly themes, that are planned ahead, well-thought-out, and hopefully carry some sort of story arc. To put a period on the … Continue reading

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Orange & Blue Sunrise, Serengeti

I looked through my viewfinder and depressed my shutter button halfway, and the image didn’t focus. I could have stopped and turned the autofocus back on (I’d been shooting stars the night before, and autofocus really hates to do that), … Continue reading

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