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How to move a crane
I have spent a lot of time around earth moving equipment, but very little time around cranes.  It seems that technology has changed quite a bit, too, since I worked around a mechanical "monster."  I have a few photos of a crane that has disassembled itself, and is ready to go for a ride.  This was the best show in town for a few days. 
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Workshop in Tuscany & Cinque Terre, 2018
Offering you a selection of Italy’s most iconic landscapes, ranging from the rough seascapes and the charming villages of Le Cinque Terre to Tuscany’s serene rolling hills and medieval towns, this 8-day Workshop will amaze you for the variety and beauty of the locations we’ll photograph.
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Nikon Had No Choice
So Nikon has announced they will bring in the new professional mirrorless camera with a new mount and adaptability to F mount lenses. I don't think they had any choice in the matter, to be honest. 
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A fallen tree in transition trapped upon the shore of Lake Crescent to be battered by the waves and the weather of Storm King. Olympic National Park.
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Lean On Automation, Rely On Manual
Humans are always leaning on automation to make their lives easier. Car transmissions, garage doors, automatically tuned television shows, monthly bank payments. The list is endless. So it is not a surprise at all that cameras eventually also began adding automation in the electronic age. 
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A Kimmeridge Sunset, Dorset
A Kimmeridge sunset, a long exposure detail on the inspiring ledges at Kimmeridge Bay, taken during a Workshop I led in Dorset (UK) in Spring 2017. Leica SL, Voigtlander 15mm v. III and filters Formatt-Hitech Firecrest.
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Shooting Long Exposure Reflections
I'm not a massive fan of these "photography vloggers" but every now and then you do find some good information nestled in between the cinematic self-indulgencies.
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Norman Reedus & Al Wertheimer
I really enjoy this series of interviews of photographers by Mark Selinger. Norman Reedus will be known to television viewers as Daryl on The Walking Dead. Al Wertheimer I didn't know of prior to watching this interview, but apparently he was one of the guys who documented Elvis' rise to fame. Some very interesting insights from both photographers on this episode. 
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He Can't Hide
He can't hide- he always get spotted, he's got a fan
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Gear Upgrades: A Question Of Addition
Given the rising costs of new professional hardware these days, a lot of professional photographers are questioning the need to upgrade their cameras on a regular basis. I am among them. 
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Helena Christensen & Mary Ellen Mark Interview
Two very talented ladies talk about their work in photography. 
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Another of Sarah-Louise
I know the highlights are blown, but I don't necessarily look for the perfect exposure. It's the 'picture' that counts!
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Sarah-Louise at the Redoubt
Very enjoyable day spent at the Redoubt, a Napoleonic period fort in the old port of Harwich UK, with our delightful model Sarah-Louise.
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Castel Boccale, Tuscany
Castel Boccale at sunrise, taken in Tuscany (Italy) during a Workshop I led there in Fall 2017. Leica SL, Voigtlander 15mm and filters Formatt-Hitech Firecrest.
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How To Create A Custom Feed On Fotozones
I have created this little tutorial to show members how to create a custom feed here on Fotozones and also how to set that feed to be your default, instead of the using the Unread Content default. This might be helpful if you only want to follow certain parts of Fotozones and decrease the amount of time it takes for the feed to run when you click on the link. 
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Entering New Worlds Through Photography
Part of what I hope to achieve with Fotozones is a deeper understanding of what compels us to take photos in the first place, and to share with the discerning audience here some of the insights I discover.
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Comrade Anton
Advertising photography. But one of the portrays decided to process the BW.
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Casey Neistat Weighs In On The Sony RX100VI
He makes many very good points about the camera on this video. Is it worth it the asking price? Hmmm... I tend to think not.
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Give Me Some Feedback
It's been a couple of weeks since Fotozones got its refresh and software update. I'd like to get some feedback from you guys about the new look site. Do you like it? Are there things that can still be improved? If there are what things are important to you in a photography community? 
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Early morning. Here the Kacha River flows into the Yenisei River
Early morning. Here the Kacha River flows into the Yenisei River
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Colleague, friend
A couple of weeks ago, there was a spontaneous photo shoot.
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7 Photography Tips I Wish I Knew Earlier
I just came across this chap this morning and I agree with all 7 of the tips that he puts forward in the video. I hope you enjoy it too. 
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Dark, minimalist B&W Neist Point sunset
Feeling minimalistic and black & white today. "Neist Point sunset", on the Isle of Skye (Scotland), taken during a Workshop I led on the Isle in Spring 2017. Leica SL, Voigtlander 15mm Super-Wide Heliar v. III and filters Formatt-Hitech Firecrest.
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Sony RX100VI
iPhonedo (Faruk) does a tongue in cheek review of the new Sony 1" sensor flagship. And meets pretty YouTube girls with the same camera. 
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