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Photo Essay: Kashgar Animal Market

Kashgar, China, just south of Kyrgyzstan, west of Tajikistan and Afghanistan, near the Pamir Plateau, is a beautiful, dusty desert oasis town. And it’s old. Older than Paris. Maybe as old as Athens and Rome. The first recorded mention of … Continue reading

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Places We Live: Rynek Głowny, Krakow

When considering photos for my Places We Live series, I ask whether the piece would ask a question of me, or fulfill a need. The questions they ask cover a broad range – “Could I live there?” or “Would I … Continue reading

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Photo from Everywhere: Cho Hom, Hanoi

Over the past few years, I’ve worked at returning color to my wardrobe. When I was a teenager and into my 20s, as I explored my personal image, I wore a lot of color. I even had a couple women’s … Continue reading

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Aperture and Depth of Field

Day 2 of lessons week is about lens aperture and depth of field. They are intimately related, which is why they go together. This is one subject that I know gives a lot of people grief, but that I understood … Continue reading

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Old Delhi, India

© 2010 Brian H Neely One of the most interesting tours we’ve ever done was a bicycle tour through Old Delhi. We weaved our way down narrow, crowded alleys, avoiding children, beggars, sellers, people walking, and even occasional tourists. On … Continue reading

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