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Portraits precipitate stories; make more of both
Portrait Tips: The sneaky secret of white balance
Photographer of the Day: John Sessa
Photographer of the Day: Cathy Seaver
Photographer of the Day: daniel bailey
Take a Photo From Drab to Fab in 10 Minutes with Aurora
Portrait Tips: Use HDR For Softer Light
Photographer of The Day: Murray Fox
Staying Safe Around Wild Horses
Super-Telephoto Killer: Olympus 40-150mm f/2.8 Pro Hands-on Review

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Photographer of the Day: Cathy Seaver

Category: Sports Photograph: Cathy Seaver “Dressage” Cathy captures the beauty of horseback riding in this sharp, gorgeous image. The lighting here is spot on — giving depth to the horse’s coat. And the sharpness of the motion is impressive; Cathy

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Photographer of the Day: daniel bailey

Category: Sports Photograph: daniel bailey “Heading to the gate” Daniel’s photograph of two horse jockeys chatting is one of my favorite sports behind-the-scenes shots I’ve seen. It’s simple and minimalist, and there’s a distinct focus on the dialogue happening between

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Portrait Tips: Use HDR For Softer Light

If you know anything about HDR, you probably know it shouldn’t be used for portraits. High Dynamic Range photography techniques usually increase the ability to see details, and nobody wants to see more detail in the skin in a portrait.

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A Fresh Winter's Morning by Murray Fox

Photographer of The Day: Murray Fox

Category: Nature Photographer: Murray Fox Title: A Fresh Winter’s Morning Too often, when we think of nature photography, we think only of wild places. Here Fox captures a wonderful, early morning, pastoral scene of horses in a pasture. Normally, I

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Staying Safe Around Wild Horses

Recently, I was reminded that most folks have no idea how to behave around horses. Too often, people assume they are gentle, docile creatures and many are. But, wild or domesticated, horses are half-ton animals who are built to bolt and, if needed, defend themselves with extreme prejudice.

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Portrait Tips: Use HDR For Softer Light

If you know anything about HDR, you probably know it shouldn’t be used for portraits. High Dynamic Range photography techniques usually increase the ability to see details, and nobody wants to see more detail in the skin in a portrait.

Read More
A Fresh Winter's Morning by Murray Fox

Photographer of The Day: Murray Fox

Category: Nature Photographer: Murray Fox Title: A Fresh Winter’s Morning Too often, when we think of nature photography, we think only of wild places. Here Fox captures a wonderful, early morning, pastoral scene of horses in a pasture. Normally, I

Read More
Old Soul - Copyright 2015 Doug Daulton

Staying Safe Around Wild Horses

Recently, I was reminded that most folks have no idea how to behave around horses. Too often, people assume they are gentle, docile creatures and many are. But, wild or domesticated, horses are half-ton animals who are built to bolt and, if needed, defend themselves with extreme prejudice.

Read More

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