minireviewtripod

Years ago, if I was carrying a tripod, (and I was almost always carrying a tripod) it was a Gitzo carbon fiber tripod. Gitzo is top-of-the-line and expensive. Enter Induro. For about five years now I’ve been using Induro tripods on all my stills photo projects. They are every bit the high quality product that […]

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Copyright Scott Bourne – All Rights Reserved Short and sweet. The serious photographer holds a great picture in their mind as if it were a poem. While they know the picture well, they improve on the picture the whole time, re-working it, adding accents, changing the flow of the imagery and doing it over and […]

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eagleswinter

Editor: This is an updated post from Scott Bourne.  It seems perfectly timely for the season ahead. If you want to photograph wildlife (or any subject outdoors) pay attention to these winter considerations: Snow can cause your camera’s meter to register an improper exposure by fooling the camera into thinking there is more light than […]

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karsh

Editor’s Note: This is an update of a profile written by Scott Bourne. Yousuf Karsh lived from 1908 until 2002. He was the Ansel Adams of portrait photography. It’s pretty easy to spot a Karsh. Like images from Adams, they just stand out. Karsh worked extensively in Canada running a portrait studio. But it was […]

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I have purchased more than two dozen GoPro Hero cameras in my life. I’ve owned every model and enjoyed them. But there comes a time when you have to find out if someone found a better way to build the mousetrap and I think JVC cameras are evidence that someone did just that. Standout Features […]

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One of my greatest concerns about the current state of affairs in photography is the notion that making a photograph and then posting it online is the end of the experience. I come from an era where we had no “online” and the way you “shared” your photographs was that you made a print. Recent […]

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Every year I select a camera that I think merits special mention. I’ve awarded the Camera of the Year to all types and brands. It’s always controversial. No matter which camera I choose, I’ll anger someone. But that hasn’t ever stopped me in the past and it won’t stop me this year either. And this […]

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