Conversation With Olaf Sztaba

A few weeks ago I did an article on Medium Format Magazine, an e-publication created and published by Olaf Sztaba.  I have known Olaf for a number of years and like myself he is a passionate photographer and very dedicated to his medium format passion of photogrpahy.  After the article was published I thought...

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Nicola Ducati (Italy) Steel Life: the privateers crew
Far east. Steel foundries. Life here has a circular flow, in the morning the workers get up early, there are those who prepare meals for the others in turn. The shifts begin and the men are all busy demolishing old shipwrecks coming from all over the world, the metal is cut, worked, melted and again transformed. Only the metal here changes life, not these men, they are always here, every day. Every day until the evening, until the siren sounds the arrival of sunset. https://nicoladucati.myportfolio.com/

All About Photos – Winners For Shapes Competition

Get Insprired First Place I don’t know about you but I am always looking for inspiration.  Granted it somewhat hard to find in these trying days.  So, I look everywhere and then I go out using all the proper social distancing I try to find something new. A few weeks ago I received a...

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Creating Artistic Landscape Photographs – 
Tripods Part 1

Introduction In film days using a tripod meant being serious about photography. It was part of being a professional or a committed amateur. It was an essential aspect of doing photography seriously, of creating above-average images. This was the rationale when the best landscape photography films, such as Velvia or Provia, had an ISO...

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Conversation With Olaf Sztaba

A few weeks ago I did an article on Medium Format Magazine, an e-publication created and published by Olaf Sztaba.  I have known Olaf for a number of years and like myself he is a passionate photographer and very dedicated to his medium format passion of photogrpahy.  After the article was published I thought...

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Nicola Ducati (Italy) Steel Life: the privateers crew
Far east. Steel foundries. Life here has a circular flow, in the morning the workers get up early, there are those who prepare meals for the others in turn. The shifts begin and the men are all busy demolishing old shipwrecks coming from all over the world, the metal is cut, worked, melted and again transformed. Only the metal here changes life, not these men, they are always here, every day. Every day until the evening, until the siren sounds the arrival of sunset. https://nicoladucati.myportfolio.com/

All About Photos – Winners For Shapes Competition

Get Insprired First Place I don’t know about you but I am always looking for inspiration.  Granted it somewhat hard to find in these trying days.  So, I look everywhere and then I go out using all the proper social distancing I try to find something new. A few weeks ago I received a...

Read more

Creating Artistic Landscape Photographs – 
Tripods Part 1

Introduction In film days using a tripod meant being serious about photography. It was part of being a professional or a committed amateur. It was an essential aspect of doing photography seriously, of creating above-average images. This was the rationale when the best landscape photography films, such as Velvia or Provia, had an ISO...

Read more

Conversation With Olaf Sztaba

A few weeks ago I did an article on Medium Format Magazine, an e-publication created and published by Olaf Sztaba.  I have known Olaf for a number of years and like myself he is a passionate photographer and very dedicated to his medium format passion of photogrpahy.  After the article was published I thought...

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The Artrillion Print – Review

In this article along with the accompanying video I will be showcasing a product from the folks at artrillion.com. Artrillion recently sent me one of their 24X36 inch canvas prints. What separates Artrillion from other online canvas printing companies is that they give you the option to pair your image with personalized text. For...

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Lightroom Edits With Jeff Schewe – Part Two

Part Two – Jeff Edits Readers RAW Images   On Wednesday, October 7 th, we held our second live RAW edits with Jeff Schewe on Zoom.  We had over 300 people attend this Zoom meeting and Jeff shared with us his expertise with Lightroom editing images sent in by our readers. We plan to...

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Nicola Ducati (Italy) Steel Life: the privateers crew
Far east. Steel foundries. Life here has a circular flow, in the morning the workers get up early, there are those who prepare meals for the others in turn. The shifts begin and the men are all busy demolishing old shipwrecks coming from all over the world, the metal is cut, worked, melted and again transformed. Only the metal here changes life, not these men, they are always here, every day. Every day until the evening, until the siren sounds the arrival of sunset. https://nicoladucati.myportfolio.com/

All About Photos – Winners For Shapes Competition

Get Insprired First Place I don’t know about you but I am always looking...

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The Artrillion Print – Review

In this article along with the accompanying video I will be showcasing a product...

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Sunday Drive

The pandemic has caused many of us to drastically change our lives. It has...

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The Way I See It – Don’t Miss It

Pete Souza a name most photographers are familiar with.  he’s been the personal photographer...

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An Octopus Movie – I Haven’t Stopped Thinking About It

My Octopus Teacher This has been an incredibly strange year. Each day, things seem...

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Red River Palo Duro Baryta Fiber 300

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An Oasis Of Tranquility A New Limited Edition Book By Steve Gosling

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Lightroom Edits With Jeff Schewe – Part Two

Part Two – Jeff Edits Readers RAW Images   On Wednesday, October 7 th,...

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Lightroom Edits With Jeff Schewe – Part One

On Wednesday, September 30th, we held a live RAW edits with Jeff Schewe on...

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RAW Edits With Jeff Schewe Using Lightroom

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Conversation With Olaf Sztaba

A few weeks ago I did an article on Medium Format Magazine, an e-publication...

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Nicola Ducati (Italy) Steel Life: the privateers crew
Far east. Steel foundries. Life here has a circular flow, in the morning the workers get up early, there are those who prepare meals for the others in turn. The shifts begin and the men are all busy demolishing old shipwrecks coming from all over the world, the metal is cut, worked, melted and again transformed. Only the metal here changes life, not these men, they are always here, every day. Every day until the evening, until the siren sounds the arrival of sunset. https://nicoladucati.myportfolio.com/

All About Photos – Winners For Shapes Competition

Get Insprired First Place I don’t know about you but I am always looking...

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Creating Artistic Landscape Photographs – 
Tripods Part 1

Introduction In film days using a tripod meant being serious about photography. It was...

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The Artrillion Print – Review

In this article along with the accompanying video I will be showcasing a product...

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Conversation With Olaf Sztaba

A few weeks ago I did an article on Medium Format Magazine, an e-publication...

Read more

The Artrillion Print – Review

In this article along with the accompanying video I will be showcasing a product...

Read more

Lightroom Edits With Jeff Schewe – Part Two

Part Two – Jeff Edits Readers RAW Images   On Wednesday, October 7 th,...

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The Way I See It – Don’t Miss It

Pete Souza a name most photographers are familiar with.  he’s been the personal photographer...

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Conversation With Olaf Sztaba

A few weeks ago I did an article on Medium Format Magazine, an e-publication...

Read more
Nicola Ducati (Italy) Steel Life: the privateers crew
Far east. Steel foundries. Life here has a circular flow, in the morning the workers get up early, there are those who prepare meals for the others in turn. The shifts begin and the men are all busy demolishing old shipwrecks coming from all over the world, the metal is cut, worked, melted and again transformed. Only the metal here changes life, not these men, they are always here, every day. Every day until the evening, until the siren sounds the arrival of sunset. https://nicoladucati.myportfolio.com/

All About Photos – Winners For Shapes Competition

Get Insprired First Place I don’t know about you but I am always looking...

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Creating Artistic Landscape Photographs – 
Tripods Part 1

Introduction In film days using a tripod meant being serious about photography. It was...

Read more

The Artrillion Print – Review

In this article along with the accompanying video I will be showcasing a product...

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