Lumen Dei One Day – SOLD OUT in Temple, Texas

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I’ve just received news from Matt Brandon that the first Lumen Dei One Day Workshop has sold out in Temple, Texas. If you’d like to be on a waiting list, please let me know, otherwise keep your eyes open for another one coming to a city, state, or province near you. It’s very exciting to do this and have such …

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In 200 days Matt Brandon, myself and up to 8 participants will meet in Delhi to begin the 2008 Lumen Dei Kashmir Workshop. If you’ve been looking to hone your skills, add to your portfolio, or just get out with your camera to one of the most beautiful places in the world, check this out. Still not convinced? How about …

Lumen Dei: One Day Workshop in Temple, Texas

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On April 05, 2008 Matt Brandon and I will be conducting a one day workshop for amateur and intermediate photographers looking to hone their skills. Digital photography offers an unprecedented level of control as a photographer, but ya gotta know your stuff. This is “know your stuff” bootcamp. We’ll begin the day with a photoshoot and discuss technical and creative …

LUMEN DEI: Kashmir 2008

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LUMEN DEI PHOTO TOUR & WORKSHOP, KASHMIR, INDIA A two-week photography tour and workshop like no other. Two weeks shooting in Old Delhi and Kashmir. A four day trek into the Himalaya to photograph the nomadic Gujjar people. Living on a houseboat on Lake Dal. Daily teaching from Matt Brandon and David duChemin. A tour sponsored by leaders in the …

LUMEN DEI DATES ANNOUNCED

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The dates for the 2008 Lumen Dei Tour and Workshop have just been announced. Or they will be. In fact, consider THIS that announcement. In almosty exactly one year from now – from September 15 to 27, 2008 – seven to eight participants will travel with David duChemin and Matt Brandon to Kashmir in Northern India. Total cost is USD …

It's about time: Nikon announces full-frame sensor

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Rob Galbraith’s site today reported that Nikon has just announced two new cameras. One, the new D3 is a 12 megapixel powerhouse (above) and it finally brings Nikon users in to the full-frame game. Welcome Nikonians, to the full-frame goodness we Canon users know and love and have been desperate to share with you. (See more details HERE.) Nikon also …