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5 Days of Photography

In Craft & Vision, Giveaways, News & Stuff by David15 Comments

For the last 10 years I have lived and breathed photography, the craft I’ve loved since I was a kid. And through some unexpected turns of events, like the publishing of my first book, Within The Frame, you all have become part of that journey. What an incredible ride it has been, and continues to be. I hope I don’t …

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Postcard from Isla Mujeres

In Postcards From... by David24 Comments

Since I was a kid I’ve been fascinated by sharks and whales and anything large that swam the seas, and there’s none larger in the shark family than the Whale Shark. There are a couple places in the world you can reliably swim with congregations of these large, peaceful, sharks; the closest to me is Isla Mujeres off the coast …

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Learn to Isolate More

In The Craft, Thoughts & Theory, Tutorials &Technique by David6 Comments

Isolation: Use a Longer Lens The Visual Toolbox, Lesson 13 Nikon D800, 300mm, 1/400 @ f/11. ISO 800 This Whooper swan was photographed tight with a 300mm lens.  Telephoto lenses, anything over a 35mm equivalent of 50-60mm, have the opposite effect of a wide angle, and the longer they get (200, 300, 600mm) the greater the difference. As telephoto lenses …