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Traffic Flow, Ansel Adams, and a Bowl of Pho

I crouched at the edge of Mai Xuan Thuong Park shooting photo after photo of the traffic streaming past. It was six in the morning, and traffic was still pretty light. Hanoi gets rolling at seven, right after the playing … Continue reading

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Lesson: Motion Blur

Generally, we like our pictures to be clear and sharp, but sometimes, blurry is good. It can convey excitement, or show motion. This picture is about the motion. And the excitement. The elements needed are a moving subject, the ability … Continue reading

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Lesson: Sorting out Quan Chuong City Gate

    This post looks much longer than it really is. It’s about editing, or sorting, your pictures. Sometimes, if you’re me, you shoot a lot of frames of one subject. In today’s example, I shot 124 frames over 25 … Continue reading

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Time Tickin’ in My Head, Budapest, Hungary

© 2012 Brian H Neely Researching this post required a visit to youtube.com to watch both Anthrax and Joe Jackson versions of the song “Got the Time.” I’d never heard the original version, so I thought before using a line … Continue reading

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Street, Kabul, Afghanistan

I had a chance to get out the other day. Driving (well, passengering) through the streets I had three observations. A) I need a point & shoot…specifically Sigma's DP2…so I don't have to wave a giant camera around in the … Continue reading

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