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Working Dogs Aug25

Working Dogs

  Growing up in the Yukon Territory, these guys were a constant in my backyard. In the winter, we ran them competitively and for recreation.          ...

Digital Black & White: Why I use SilverEfex May25

Digital Black & White: Why I use SilverEfex...

One of the aspects of black & white photography I really enjoyed when shooting film was the simplicity of the process. Once you’d settled on a film speed and maybe an exposure push or pull, you basically knew how your photo would turn out as long as you weren’t juggling the camera at exposure time. With the advent of the digital camera, all of the simplicity of shooting B&W has unfortunately gone by the wayside.   This will (hopefully) be a growing post with comparisons between different methods and outcomes of digital black & white processing. Lightroom desaturation Vs The SilverEfex treatment...

Christmas in the Yukon Jan01

Christmas in the Yukon...

A very cold visit back to my roots....

New York City Sep10

New York City

New York City, August/September 2012. Street Photography.      Photography of streets. And other things.      ...

Calgary Stampede Jul29

Calgary Stampede

My seventh Calgary Stampede, and fifth consecutive. I hadn’t yet pieced together that I had major back-focus issues with the D7000, and shooting a 200mm at 100-200′ the focus offset was a significant 10′ or so behind the subject – of the 200 or so shots from the rodeo grounds, about 180 were not usable.    ...