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Winter Photography Tips

Tips for Photographing in Winter  Photographing in winter can be a very enjoyable and rewarding endeavor. The winter season offers some of the most colorful light of the year. The reflection of light off of snow and ice combined with the long light rays creates a visual delight that cannot be found any other time of …

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Composition; the basics

Composition; the basics:   The four dimensional world that exists in front of a camera lens is a very different reality than the resulting two-dimensional depiction in a photographic image. It is the transformation process that creates exciting opportunities for expression and personal interpretation of the world. As photographers we often discuss the limitations of …

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March 2010 Newsletter

   March is cabin fever month. This March is no different. So far this March has been teasing us with warm sunny days, promising us an early spring, but I have lived in Minnesota long enough to know that 12 inches of heavy snow could be right around the corner. The Old Farmers Almanac is predicting two major snow …

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