Technical Cameras – Using Camera Movements in the Field

Camera Movements Early in the first article, I mentioned camera movements: A primary benefit of using a technical camera is to apply movements and utilize the larger image circle associated with most of the dedicated lenses from Rodenstock and Schneider. There are three movement applications frequently used with technical cameras: Rise/fall: shifting the lens...

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“Flower Pickers”, 2009, Tuscany, IT

Serendipity: God’s Gift to Photographers – Part 1

In past articles, I stressed the value of research and planning in preparation for photography field trips. This includes allowing enough field time to capture those moments when everything comes together. However, there are other photo-worthy events that take place when we’re not looking for them and wish we had a camera handy. I’ve...

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From the Jack’s Hotel Room in New York City (NoMo SoHo)

Ditching Your Laptop for an iPad Before Hitting the Road

Part How-To; Part Philosophy; Part Screed You’re the one I’ve been looking for, You’re the one that’s got the key. But I can’t figure out whether I’m too good for you Or you’re too good for me. You’ve got a tight connection to my heart. Bob Dylan, Tight Connection to My Heart, from Empire...

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Technical Cameras – Using Camera Movements in the Field

Camera Movements Early in the first article, I mentioned camera movements: A primary benefit of using a technical camera is to apply movements and utilize the larger image circle associated with most of the dedicated lenses from Rodenstock and Schneider. There are three movement applications frequently used with technical cameras: Rise/fall: shifting the lens...

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“Flower Pickers”, 2009, Tuscany, IT

Serendipity: God’s Gift to Photographers – Part 1

In past articles, I stressed the value of research and planning in preparation for photography field trips. This includes allowing enough field time to capture those moments when everything comes together. However, there are other photo-worthy events that take place when we’re not looking for them and wish we had a camera handy. I’ve...

Read more
From the Jack’s Hotel Room in New York City (NoMo SoHo)

Ditching Your Laptop for an iPad Before Hitting the Road

Part How-To; Part Philosophy; Part Screed You’re the one I’ve been looking for, You’re the one that’s got the key. But I can’t figure out whether I’m too good for you Or you’re too good for me. You’ve got a tight connection to my heart. Bob Dylan, Tight Connection to My Heart, from Empire...

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Antarctica Travel and Photography Workshop Zoom Meeting

Many of you know of my love for Antarctica.  I have made over 25 trips there.  I got married on a beach in Neko Harbor to my wife Debra there.  Antarctica is my happy place. In February 2019, we did our last Antarctica trip and within two weeks of getting home, the world shut...

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Black & White Conversion In Lightroom – PXL Print Series

Using Lightroom To Do Black and White Conversion Black and white photography has been around forever. Today’s modern cameras shoot primarily in color. There are some cameras like Fuji that allow you to emulate black and white using film effects that you set on the camera. For the most part, though, today we convert...

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Bevis Gear Top Shelf Camera Bag Review

Michael Durr here with PhotoPXL.com and in this article I am going to show you the Top Shelf Premium Edition camera bag from BevisGear.com. What makes this uniquely designed bag different from other bags? Well, it allows you to access your gear in just a few seconds with a simple sling and the push...

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Antarctica Travel and Photography Workshop Zoom Meeting

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Technical Cameras – Using Camera Movements in the Field

Camera Movements Early in the first article, I mentioned camera movements: A primary benefit...

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From the Jack’s Hotel Room in New York City (NoMo SoHo)

Ditching Your Laptop for an iPad Before Hitting the Road

Part How-To; Part Philosophy; Part Screed You’re the one I’ve been looking for, You’re...

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  It’s raining again. It’s sudden, unpredictable, and it can take a beautiful day...

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Technical Cameras – Using Camera Movements in the Field

Camera Movements Early in the first article, I mentioned camera movements: A primary benefit...

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“Flower Pickers”, 2009, Tuscany, IT

Serendipity: God’s Gift to Photographers – Part 1

In past articles, I stressed the value of research and planning in preparation for...

Read more
From the Jack’s Hotel Room in New York City (NoMo SoHo)

Ditching Your Laptop for an iPad Before Hitting the Road

Part How-To; Part Philosophy; Part Screed You’re the one I’ve been looking for, You’re...

Read more

Antarctica Album By Printique

It’s been just over two years since I returned from a trip to Antarctica....

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Antarctica Travel and Photography Workshop Zoom Meeting

Many of you know of my love for Antarctica.  I have made over 25...

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Black & White Conversion In Lightroom – PXL Print Series

Using Lightroom To Do Black and White Conversion Black and white photography has been...

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Bevis Gear Top Shelf Camera Bag Review

Michael Durr here with PhotoPXL.com and in this article I am going to show...

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This is the final image at 100% zoom in Photoshop and cropped to 2K x 2K in size.

The Making of the Cactus TinType images

  This is the story of how I started learning a way to really...

Read more

Technical Cameras – Using Camera Movements in the Field

Camera Movements Early in the first article, I mentioned camera movements: A primary benefit...

Read more
“Flower Pickers”, 2009, Tuscany, IT

Serendipity: God’s Gift to Photographers – Part 1

In past articles, I stressed the value of research and planning in preparation for...

Read more
From the Jack’s Hotel Room in New York City (NoMo SoHo)

Ditching Your Laptop for an iPad Before Hitting the Road

Part How-To; Part Philosophy; Part Screed You’re the one I’ve been looking for, You’re...

Read more

Antarctica Album By Printique

It’s been just over two years since I returned from a trip to Antarctica....

Read more
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