Antarctica Rust

I am as rustaholic. For years, I have been fascinated by the effects of rust on different metal objects and the abstract beauty that comes with it.  If there is something rusty, I have shot it.  From cars, trains, pipes, ships and...

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The Orton Effect – The Wayne Fox Method

  The Orton Effect is named after it’s creator, Michael Orton, who pioneered the technique in the mid 80’s with transparency film.  Using a tripod he would take two exposures of a composition, one of them in focus and the other considerably out...

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Back In The Palouse

If you are not familiar with the Palouse, a region in the U.S. Northwest, you owe it to yourself to learn more about this beautiful part of America. I have been photographing in the Palouse for at least 12 years. Every trip...

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Have Blimp, Will Travel

Iden Ford, Member Of The Cinematographers Guild of North America, Local IA667.   That used to be the “shout out” to all the publicists and producers who hire set photographers for their feature films and TV series produced in Ontario, both Northern...

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Photograph What Makes Your Heart Sing

What separates the average from the great photographer?  I believe it has to do with the connection the photographer has with his or her subject. Some great photographers I admire, David duChemin, Sarah Marino, Chuck Kimmerle, Cole Thompson and Guy Tal to...

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