Monthly Archives: March 2010

Spring Break. A week off from school…and her bestest friends were going to Disney. “We’re not going anywhere?” our 8 year old daughter asked incredulously. Never mind that our family vacation was coming up next month. Her disappointment only intensified when Grandma called and reminded her that this time last year we were staying at […]

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We often hear the anagram HDR, and think High Dynamic Range. Some people don’t care much for the image that pops into their head, assuming it’s one of those over-the-top highly processed images that looks more illustrative than photographic. There is, however, a distinction between HDR and Tone Mapping.  An image can be HDR and […]

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I love motion.  In my studio, I have chosen to photograph people who move — but I tend to freeze their motion using strobes. On adventure photo tours, however, I like to experiment with shutter speed and camera movement.  The downside is that you never know exactly what you’re going to get.  Turns out, that’s also […]

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Cheetahs, the world’s fastest animal, can run at speeds of 70 mph. These images were submitted by Ted M. from Santa Maria, CA.  Photo tour was in Namibia, Africa.   And here’s a couple more he recently submitted from the same tour in Namibia… springboks and wild horses found in the southern region of the […]

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Embera woman with her pet kinkajou Not far from the Panama Canal, in the lush rainforest interior of Panama’s Chagres National Park, a young boy wearing nothing but an orange loincloth sits daydreaming while his mother carefully paints long dark lines on his light brown skin. With black stained fingers, she dips bamboo into a […]

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