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Zack and Old Dogs

A photographer most of you know and if you don’t shame on you, is Zack Arias out of Atlanta. Zack...

Lumen Dei 2010 dates announced!

I am excited to announce that Lumen Dei 2010 will be held September 12-25 in Kashmir and Ladakh, India. It...

Fifoto Photography: the Future of Malaysian Photography

Sunday I went to Borders bookstore in the local mall, drank some coffee browsed some books and generally relaxed. While...

All this and more…

The above photo of my wife has nothing to do with today’s blog post. I needed a photo to fill...

A Day of Texture

Hariman enjoying my 85mm 1.2 Yesterday I took a day off and went out and took some photos. I needed...

Inspiration with a Humanitarian Side

In my preparations for my trip to Iraq in late January of 2010, I’ve been doing a lot of research...

Exposed: Risking the Winnowing

This was not an easy photo for me. My first inclination is not to shoot directly into the sun. The...

The Fox and The Lion

There’s old Aesop’s fable, it’s about a fox and a lion. A fox sees a lion walking down a path...

November Wallpaper

    I know I’ve been quiet for the past few weeks. I’m not sure why the creative writing juices...

A Brief Visit

It’s Thursday afternoon and I just put Gavin Gough in a taxi to the airport.  My wife and I had...

Interview: Jeremy Courtney, The Preemptive Love Coalition

Jeremy Courtney-Audio Interview This post is very unusual. I don’t normally cover things that are not photo related. But, hey,...

Friday Catch Up

This Friday I want to play catch-up. There are two e-books I have not had a chance to review. The...

2010 Calendar on sale!

Time to start looking for that next calendar. If you are like my family, we can never find the right...

Through failure comes movement.

I’m working on my curriculum for my “Teaching Others to Fish” photography workshop. In creating an outline I see a...

Back at my desk.

I just returned yesterday from a month of travels. I came home to load of e-mails, and a lot of...

I have been Shanghaied!

I am sitting in Shanghai International Airport wondering why I got routed this way. I got in at 7am and...

"Ten More" More ideas from David duChemin

David does it again. He scores a hit with his follow up to “Ten”. “Ten More” is an additional 10...

Review: Sony's PCM-D50 Digital Audio Recorder

I have had more and more positive feedback on my Depth of Field interview series and as such I became...

Homeward bound…sort of.

Leaving Prayers. Lumen Dei 2009 is officially over. A great time was had by one and all. The participants seemed...

Repetition

Repetition. Doing something over and over. Muslims will often repeat the 99 names of God over and over again. Not...

Sit, Watch and Shoot

Today we had a great day. We did what we call a “dry run”. A dry run is where we...
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