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Blog entries of interest to fellow photographers.

Photo Of The Day – Mr. Nikon goes to f/1.2

Click here to view a 100% version of the image detail! This past weekend I photographed another travel wedding, in Joy’s hometown. (Visalia) A friend in the area owns the rare and elusive Nikon 50mm f/1.2 AIS, so I borrowed it and used it for a couple shots. WOW, it is a beautiful lens! However, […]

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Photography That Truly Inspires Me…

I often say that I love photography, or that photography is the most important “thing” in my life. (Implying of course that God, and people, don’t fall into the category of “things”…) Really though, when I think deeply, it’s the subject matter I love. Meaning- if you told me right now that for some strange […]

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Film: Engagement, Weddings, and Oak Glen Photog Shootout

A few TOTALLY RANDOM images from two recent rolls of (slide) film, just for fun. :-) Tomorrow is the SoCal Photog Shootout in Claremont, CA! If you’re free, if you have a brand new Christmas present to play with, come play around with light with us! Models, knowledgeable leaders, and dinner are provided as usual. […]

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Natural Light Portraits Workshop

Natural light VS modified light? Ask any photographer and you’ll open a huge can of worms. Me? It depends on how I’m feeling. While the camera geek in me LOVES to play with wireless flash and light modification, …the outdoor photographer in me, the purist, has a serious passion for using un-touched natural light to […]

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Firing Up The Wayback Machine…

A little bit of nostalgia for you all! 2005 • Rabbit Island, BC • Fuji Velvia or Provia =Matt= Ootah, ootah! Allay loo ta nuv… Portfolio • Contact

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I Love In-Camera Black & White!

(Nikon D700, Nikon 12-24 DX at 20mm (FX) – SOOC w/ “Monochrome” picture control, contrast +3, orange conversion filter.) I really like the sense of commitment that comes with shooting in-camera B&W. (Thank you Becker for teaching me to be brave with my JPG processing!) Thinking about images BEFORE you click them will help keep […]

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