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Antarctic Sunset
At the end of a long day, Antarctica served  up a spectacular light show.  All these photos were taken in the space of less than an hour.
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The Mind and Photography: an ongoing process.
Yes, I know I am repeating myself in saying that photography is a more precise medium than video. We sincerely love video because it is live, it is colorful, it is soundly, it is cinematographic. It is fiery tail on our animated visual and earring senses.
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Migrating Apple Aperture Libraries To Capture One Catalogs
For those interested in migrating Apple Aperture libraries to Capture One I created this video that illustrates the process and details what metadata and organizational structure is migrated into Capture One.
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Flash Memories from an autosport photographer (1987-2001)
Many people that I have known during my active fifteen years in motorsport photography were very curious about the "glamour" side of the job (assignment). But .... almost all of us (mainly men along with a few courageous women) were mainly motorsport fanatics that are loving at first auto racing and ... were dreaming to be themselves real racers.
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Platon & Dylan McDermott
This was a really good interview, covering some very interesting subjects. Enjoy it and let me know what you thought of it. 
 
 
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Hans Hansson.  The Lemaire Channel
I spent the last two weeks of January aboard the Hans Hansson in Antarctica. This was a photography expedition organised by Visionary Wild, whose founder Justin Black was one of the professional tutors.
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The Fujinon XF23mm f/2.0: The Close Observer Lens
Let us rewind to the analog film days of photography. The 35-50mm taking lenses were kings of their era and were present to almost every manufacturer systems offered.
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The "Off Centre" Mind Of The Fujifilm X-E3
I've got a long love affair with the original rangefinder cameras (Leica M4-P & M6) and the now digital rangefinder style cameras (Fujifilm X-E2, X-E2S & X-E3).
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Guys and Dolls
One of my enjoyable ‘jobs’ is to photograph the local Youth Theatre’s annual production (as well as help build the set). This year the group performed Guys and Dolls.
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Potlatch
I am quickly displaying some of my St. Mary's Potlatch photos.  You may find some of these to be a little "different."
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NDSM Quarter / Amsterdam Noord
Yesterday I went to Amsterdam to visit the NDSM quarter at the Northern part of the city. This part of town was for years neglected and became a hot-spot for the alternative scene. 
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10 Years Of Safaris
This year I am celebrating 10 years of hosting wildlife and cultural photographic safaris. In this thread I will take a look back on those 10 years and relive some of the stories and images that I made on safaris during that time.
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Proposed Safari To Phinda Private Game Reserve
A few previous safarians have asked me about Phinda Private Game Reserve, so I'm planning a week long stay there for May/June 2020, maybe even earlier if there is enough interest. This will be an exclusive photographic safari and it will be limited to a maximum of 6 guests at the Phinda Homestead, which is a quite spectacular private villa in the reserve.
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I'm Going With Flickr Pro
Ever since Smugmug bought them last year I have been receiving a string of emails advising me that I need to upgrade to Flickr Pro or else I will risk losing a large chuck of my photos stored there because from next month free accounts will be limited to only 1000 photos.
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POTW #2.12 Spidey
Ed's note: What's most remarkable about this shot from @Alan7140 isn't so much the sharpness, it's that it is a focus stack made hand-held! Great image originally posted here. 
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It’s an interesting question, fully deserving of an honest answer since this has been by far the busiest year of my 10 year long stint as a freelance photographer.
 
The first thing I learned is that when you have a satisfied customer your enthusiasm to satisfy them even more intensifies. The better you are at producing what they need to fulfil their mission, the likelier they are to keep coming back to you and also referring you to others. This leads you to find new ways to impress them at the next incidence, even if it’s just an incremental change from before.
 
For instance...
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POTW #2.11 Illumination Of Objects Of Architecture
Ed's Notes: a beautiful image showing contrasts of warm and cold colours, manmade and natural elements. Taken from this series. 
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The Lion Whisperer & His Black Leopards
Kevin Richardson is a tireless campaigner for lions and other wildlife here in South Africa. He runs a sanctuary for these animals just outside of Johannesburg and next year on the day before our safari to Sabi Sabi begins I will be taking our small group on a day trip to visit this sanctuary (and hopefully meet Kevin himself). 
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POTW #2.10 Ribbons Of White & Grey
Ed's notes: Somehow I forgot to make this POTW last week. It should have actually been put up earlier, but I have an excuse. This is one of a series of really excellent architectural shots from Mike. I chose this one because of the human element and the way the building frames the person. Great stuff, Mike! 
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DJI Osmo Pocket
They dropped this on us today. Oh my. I must have this before next year's Wildlife Safari! 
 
 
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Bootcamp Introduction to Aurora 2019
...here's a super video I found that shows what tools you have available to you in Aurora 2019. Enjoy! 
 
 
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POTW #2.9 Seascape with Otus 28mm 1.4
Ed's notes: Another lovely image by Aguinaldo found here. I particularly like the shape of the water coming onto the beach, which reminds me of the Rolling Stones tongue logo (for some reason). 
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Britain In Focus - A Photographic History (Ep. 1)
I came across this interesting documentary you guys might enjoy. 
 
 
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David Hurn - Magnum Photographer
Some very interesting chat and amusing anecdotes from Magnum photographer David Hurn, who was a prominent photographer in the 1960's. 
 
 
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