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Art’s Top Ten Video Tips

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

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Art’s Top Ten Video Tips

Capturing video is a bit different than capturing stills. Although some of the same rules apply there are some key differences and some key techniques you can employ to make a compelling film. As more and more folks are entering the world of video with the new video capable DSLRs I thought I would share […]

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Favorite Images from my “Winter in Yellowstone” Instructional Photo Workshop

Thursday, March 4, 2010

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Favorite Images from my “Winter in Yellowstone” Instructional Photo Workshop

As some of you may know, I just completed my 2010 “Winter in Yellowstone” Instructional Photo Workshop. I have to say that I had an amazing group of workshop participants, everyone was so excited to be in Yellowstone and their enthusiasm was definitely contagious. All had the opportunity to make some amazing and dare I […]

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Let It Snow, Let it Snow: Top Tips for Cool Snow Shots

Thursday, December 24, 2009

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Let It Snow, Let it Snow: Top Tips for Cool Snow Shots

Here at DPE we try to accommodate our readers’ (and podcast listeners’) requests. Recently, a reader wanted some tips on shooting in the snow. Well, here you go! Taking pictures in the snow is cool, literally and figuratively speaking. However, snow scenes present certain photographic challenges. So let’s chill out with some cool shooting in […]

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Shooting in the Snow

Monday, November 23, 2009

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Shooting in the Snow

Brrrrrrr. I hate the cold! I do, however, enjoy taking pictures in snowy locations. This shot of a polar bear mom and her cubs, which I took in the Canadian sub-Arctic when it was -35 F, is one of my favorites. No! I was not outside, freezing my buns off. I was in a heated […]

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