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From the Backseat

June 16, 2019  •  1 Comment
Recently, I had the opportunity to ride in the back seat, instead of driving, for an afternoon/evening in northeastern South Dakota The light and skies were fantastic and dramatic and I couldn't resist pulling out my camera. Usually photos from a moving car aren't all that great, but I'm excited at how these images turned out. You will see some...
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Chasing the rabbit down the hole. This teacher's struggle.

June 10, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
Working on curriculum and I've fallen into the same sort of trap that I fell into, back in my college days, while researching papers. I'd always find interesting tangents and end up down several rabbit holes. Today, I've explored the physics of light; followed the process of the albumen film processing method; learned more about the art styles of...
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May 2019 Sica Hollow State Park

May 19, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
Sica Hollow State Park is such a treasure and it is my escape when I need to be in the woods. With a rainy weekend coming up, I decided to make a very quick evening trip after work. I'm not sure I'll be able to make it back until June. I am super glad I was able to make this happen. There were more wildflowers than I expected to see, however, I co...
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2019, so far.

March 10, 2019  •  1 Comment
My first year photography students have almost daily photo assignments. One each weekday and then an extra credit weekend photo. There are times due to schedules or even technical difficulties that have resulted in no assignment that day. Also, I've given the option for the occasional Muligan (if you can't make the topic work, do one of your own.)...
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Lightroom CC Classic slideshow transitions under 1.0 seconds

November 15, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
My most popular blog post is one dealing with setting slideshow transitions in Lightroom for under 1.0 second. This is useful for timelapse videos - something that I used extensively back when I shot weddings. Makes for a fun and quick video of the ceremony to offer to the couple. Also this is a fun technique for showing the long progression of tim...
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