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Dealing With Nature – Part 3: Getting Equipped for an Adventure

OK, so far in this series we’ve talked about the allure of landscape photography and how mastery of it can inform virtually every other genre you might work in; but there are issues and dangers you need to consider before … Continue reading

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Dealing With Nature – Part 2: Staying Safe

We’ve all seen those glorious landscape photos on cards, in books, as screen savers, in galleries and museums.  And for the fine-art photographer, landscape and nature photographs are the most common of the fine art subjects.  We all want to … Continue reading

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Why Do (or Teach) Landscape Photography?

I confess I’m getting really excited about potentially being able to do another Landscape (Photo 245) course at City. (For details click on the link in the banner at the top of this page.)  I’ve not yet heard if it … Continue reading

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Not Quite a Maiden Voyage…

OK, I was really bummed.  My friend Steve Burns invited me to tag along on his Yosemite workshop a weekend about a month ago and I just could not make that work for me.  I’ve been way behind on all … Continue reading

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Salton Sea Revisited

CLICK ON ANY IMAGE FOR AN ENLARGED VERSION I certainly did not expect that I could go out and visit the Salton Sea again so soon after the trip a couple of weeks ago.  But a good friend of mine … Continue reading

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So what is in My “Kit?”

San Diego — We are getting ready for the Yosemite Field Trip to take place shortly after Spring Break.  And each time we start to get ready for a major trip the questions keeps coming up about my “kit.”  Books … Continue reading

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