Monthly Archives: July 2014

Bristlecones and Brooks

What a wild week.  I just returned from our workshop to the Ancient Bristlecone Pines.  There were 20-odd participants for this year’s workshop and due to a conflict in lodging instead of a first night in Lone Pine we had … Continue reading

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The Price of Failure to Perform as an Assistant/2nd Shooter

I’ll admit it up front: I am furious about this.  Remember a few posts ago I wrote out a number of rules for Assistants and 2nd Shooters.  That post was in response to an event where my shooting partner, Cynthia, … Continue reading

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Exposure Blending for a Store Front

We recently had a call to do some photo work for a local Chandlery business that deals in sailboat rigging, equipment and supplies.  We had some fun shooting cool products in the studio including a winch and some colorful rope … Continue reading

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