Hello Again

Hello Again It's been far too long since we've had any updates, far too long. I can't say why we abandoned you but let's say that life happened. My comrades and I burned out on photography while we all went through some major changes. I can't get into their lives but...
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Letting Go

At some point this stopped being fun. Not just this blog, but the entire photographic process. Before I go any further, think about that first sentence for a minute. A hobby that became turned into passion isn't fun anymore. It had gotten tedious and trying. Like any...
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Photographers: Take Notice

As a photographer, you are not an artist. As a photographer, you are merely documenting life and other peoples works of art. As a photographer, you do not create art, you do not create anything, you simply take pictures of what others have created, including God's...
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Photography: For Money or Love?

Photography. Why did you start taking photos? What do you hope to get from the act of being a "photographer"? The first question is easy to answer for most of us. You may have bought a camera to capture your child's first step. It could have been because you needed to...
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A Realization

Over the past month or so I just had not been feeling it.  Work was piling up, other interests were interceding, and the camera, aw that damned camera, was becoming a liability.  And having been on Flickr for nearly 2 1/2 years, I was growing tired of seeing the same...
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Are good intentions good enough?

emulate: to strive to equal or excel imitate: to produce a copy of : reproduce tribute: something given or contributed voluntarily as due or deserved; especially : a gift or service showing respect, gratitude, or affection When does emulation, imitation, and maybe...

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Slow Down, Find Your Story

All too often, as photographers, we run around looking for the perfect shot. It's easy to snap a picture, move on, snap a picture, move on. Always on the go, looking for the next shot. It could be why they call it a "photowalk", or it could just be the search of that...

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Your Life, Without Camera

It's become second-nature.  Having a camera in your hand, around your neck, or in front of your face.  Usually, you feel better with it than without.  And on the rare occasions when you decide to leave it behind, you feel a little anxious about the shots you're...

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The Weekly Round Up

Over the past couple of weeks there's been several blog entries by other photographers that have caught my eye, along with several new books and products that have hit the market or will be hitting the market in the near future. First up, Adobe Creative Suite 5 will...

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Mindful Composition and How the 105mm Helped Me Learn It

To this day I think my biggest 'ah ha' moment in regards to learning the craft came about 5 days into a 3 week stint of using nothing but my 105mm prime lens to shoot with. Still to this day, it's my favorite lens to shoot with.  During the 3 weeks when I used nothing...

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