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Moroccan gallery – going back through old photos

I haven’t had a chance to go out and shoot much this past month, and this morning I went back through some old Moroccan photos. Everything was so foreign there, so busy and incredibly alive (in a fucked up, chaotic … Continue reading

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Photo filing system

Administration is not my strong suit. I credit the organization I have in my photograph files to outside advice given early. One particular gem stands out in that I was told to back up all of my photographs from a … Continue reading

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Being in the right place at the right time … at the right angle

So while I haven’t had a chance to go out and shoot at all lately (been running back and forth to San Francisco) I’m going back through older photos. For this photo, I’m reminded of how important one aspect of … Continue reading

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Grain at low light

One of the things I was so disappointed with when I got back from Morocco was how so many of my pictures ended up grainy because I was shooting in low light. I’m looking forward to learning how to avoid … Continue reading

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The best photo I have ever taken.

A year and a half ago I took a two-week escape-from-my-breakup trip to Morocco and took a Nikon d200 with a 28-200 and 14-28 lens with me. At the time, this was the first time I’d ever shot with a … Continue reading

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