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Overcast Days: The Lighting Simply Doesn’t Get Any Better

Am I alone here? Does anybody else get excited about shooting in overcast conditions? I use to think I was a contrast junkie, but I discovered that my passion is for detail, more one of an internal contrast issue than … Continue reading

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You are a victim of mass-media deception.

There is one universal ruse that the media uses openly and effectively every day to deceive the majority of the watching public. Do you know what it is? Leave a brief comment with your best guess. Here are some possible … Continue reading

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The Photographic Process is an Outright Lie!

…and you know it. Yet you buy into it every day. “I can’t believe my eyes” is actually more true than you realize when it comes to photographic images. You have been a willing victim of this ruse for as … Continue reading

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