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GuraGear Sells Tamrac

Another Change in The Industry The photo industry is changing again with the recent announcement of the sale of Tamrac. Tamrac and Gura Gear until this past week were one company. I am sharing this as I am a believer and user...

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Saving Your Memories – Make Prints

The Value of the Print A few years back, with the death of my mom and dad, and now recently with my wife Debra’s father passing away from COVID-19, I have come to realize how important the print is to photography. We...

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Olympus Says Goodbye To Its Camera Business

The Handwriting Was On The Wall For months now, anyone with their ear to the ground was getting the vibrations that Olympus was in trouble. The once well-respected camera brand that made their name since the film days (1939) manufacturing well-built, small-sized...

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We Are Open Again

Open For Business, Sort of . . . On March 23, the governor of Indiana issued Stay-at-home orders. He also ordered that all nonessential businesses shut down. Just in case you didn’t know, photography studios and galleries are not on the essential...

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Ernie Taylor

Ernie Taylor – The Secret of Life

An Uplifting Story and Video  In early 2013, my now wife and I were cruising around Zionsville, Indiana looking for a potential wedding venue. With the help of a close family friend, we found an amazing private residence in Westfield, where we...

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The Skelligs – A New Book By Peter Cox

The Skelligs are a pair of islands off Ireland’s west coast with a long and storied history. While they have some of the most dramatic landscapes anywhere on the planet, the human history of the larger island, Skellig Michael, is every bit...

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Is The Foveon Sensor Still Relevant?

There is a group of photographers who remain dedicated to using cameras with a Foveon sensor.  In this time of evolving full-frame cameras with new features that increase the automation of “capturing an image” perhaps it is useful to very briefly review...

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PDN Photo District Ceases Magazine Publication

Rangefinder Magazine Shifts To All Digital Format The publishing industry for photography is changing once again. I am saddened as one of my favorite magazines throughout my career is shutting down its publication. The announcement made yesterday can be read below. We’ve...

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