photography

Bobcats in our backyard

By Jeff Insel Three years ago next week we had some nice monsoon weather, rain in the morning. My dining window faces my backyard and the neighbor’s wall to the east. While having my morning tea...
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The Best Macro Diffuser Ever

By Bruce D Taubert About 15 years ago, when I began to get serious about macro photography, I found the learning curve to be a bit steeper than I had thought it was going to be.  The equipment needs ...
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Framing – in photography

By Ivan Martinez Like many commercial photographers, because of the quarantine, I am finding myself spending lots of time at home. In an effort to keep active, I am exploring new projects, learning ne...
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KATHMANDU ELECTRICAL LINES

By Vicki Uthe Travel photography is a wide-open genre of photography, which is why I love it. Walking through a city or village is FAR more interesting to me photographically than landscape. Experienc...
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Photo credit Amy Horn - Photographing Gardens

Photographing Gardens

By Amy Horn The Shore Acres State Park Garden is full of photographic opportunities and during my summer trip, I spent a few hours looking for macro and close-up subjects. It was a cloudy day, so I le...
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Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch

By Megan P Galope If you’ve ever driven the stretch of I-10 between Phoenix and Tucson, you’ve undoubtedly passed the Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch. Most people don’t stop to see what it’s all...
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Roller Derby

By Jeff Insel I was invited by a friend and colleague to attend her first roller derby match. It was a fun experience as I knew very little about the sport. Her match followed a Junior’s match. Turn...
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