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Post Processing Fireworks Photos

Happy 7th of July. There were a lot of blog posts showing you how to take fireworks photos, but what do you do after you get the photos on your computer? Here are some simple ideas for post processing fireworks photos. … [Read more]

Saying Goodbye To Aperture And Hello To Lightroom

Most of you know about Apple's announcement late last week.  There won't be any future development of Aperture for new features. That's why I'm saying goodbye to Aperture and hello to Lightroom. … [Read more]

Perception vs Reality

It happened again. Some people who work with me discovered that I'm into photography. All of the usual questions came out as they started flipping through my photos. Once again, I found myself trying deal with perception vs reality. Here's how that … [Read more]

Spaceship Earth: Variations On A Theme

Spaceship Earth inside of Epcot is a bit unique compared to the other centerpiece structures at Walt Disney World parks. It's the first major element you see when you enter and the last you see when you leave the park. It commands your attention with … [Read more]

The Life And Death Of Rechargeable Batteries

Like many photographers, I rely upon rechargeable batteries. Not just the ones that come with a product, but also on the AA size that fit in my flash and battery grip. Sadly, I learned all too much about the life and death of rechargeable batteries … [Read more]

Another Field Test With The Nikon 35mm Lens

It's been a while since I told anyone how much I love the Nikon 35mm lens. There's a Sigma 35mm that also gets very high praise. Perhaps some even better than the Nikon. However, I'm still quite happy with this little prime. … [Read more]