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Live, Uncut & Photo Hosting

Live And Uncut There’s a wonderful street photographer and super awesome fella named Paul Griffiths who does a webshow call “Live and Uncut”. In it, he talks about street photography, cameras (he’s a Fuji guy) and, y’know, all things photography. He interviewed me before I went to France, since I was going through my whole…

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The Unbroken View

A World of Panorama “Panorama” is defined as: “an unbroken view of the whole region surrounding an observer.” I like this notion. It feels good, generally. And I’ve always liked panorama photographs. I think alot of us do. I’ve always heard what a pain in the ass it was to make them though… and how…

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Fans and Friends in France

What Was Your Favorite Part? People have been asking me what my favorite moment was in France. I just can’t answer that! Honestly, there were so many “favorite moments”; all leading up to some major “aha’s” in my life. (They’re going to take some time to internalize, too.) It’s like the entire trip as a…

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How Stellar!

Stellar Mobile App I tried Stellar recently. (Click here to see my budding Stellar page.) Heard about it? It’s yet another app built for telling your stories with images, video and text. There are several of these around; I think they get better with each iteration. For some reason though, I got a wild hair…

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Fuji: My Parisienne Paintbrush

Paris Speaks NOTE: This is a lengthier post than usual. It’s a summary of how the Fuji gear I took to France and I got along. (Famously!). It’s not meant to be camera “review”. It’s one human’s experience of being on a mission of art and heart; and the gear that helped bring it all to…

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Paris Opera House Magic

What Do You MEAN, What’s My Name? I’ve had a bee in my bonnet to see the Paris Opera House ever since we missed seeing it when we were here in 2010. This day was a good day. The place seems to have many names; As Wikipedia explains it: “The Palais Garnier is a 1,979-seat opera house, which…

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On Being A-Mused in Paris (or really anywhere)

Walking around the streets of Paris is an open invitation for the inner muse to have her way. She will insist. She will hum, giggle at odd times, make you stop… and make you see things in unusual ways. Even common (well, common to locals, I suppose) neighborhood scenes will inspire the muse to gasp,…

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