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Your Gear Can Help You Create With Emotion… and Temi!

Today, blog cast #2! Use your gear to create with emotion – and Temi! Today’s topics and where you can find ’em in the timeline: Temi.com: 00:48 Create With Gear/Emotion: 4:09 Q&A call to activate: 12:26 Plus: I seriously need to come up with a name for these ‘casts!

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Finding Your Voice: Day 9. The View.

Can you believe we’re almost done? Today is Day 9 in: “Finding Your Voice… 10 Days, 10 Concepts To Help You Find Your Photographic Voice.”  And now… The View: Wide or Macro? Today’s exploration asks how you love to see the world. The wide view? Close up, contained and focused? Or somewhere in between? If you’re like…

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Black & White: The Humphrey Bogart of Photography

The unknown. The unspoken. The infinite spaces “in between”. The unanswered questions, which do have answers, if we can just find them. These are the notions that draw us, lure us, pull us into any great mystery. The main character of our mystery today is light itself. It is fleeting and temporary.  Capturing it is…

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The Landscape of Life

Me Loves Options Sometimes I don’t know if I love black and white or color better. Or… big, open space epic photographs or macro. Or… chocolate or really ripe raspberries. Then I retrieve my senses and remember that I don’t have to choose! In this lifetime, on this planet – we get options and choices.…

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The Harvest of Gold

Harvest… It’s Only PART of the Story! Autumn is harvest time. And personally, I like the idea of harvesting gold. It doesn’t have to be literal gold… although… wait, give me a moment. [She pauses. Muses.] Yep, kinda love that idea too. But there’s more to this ‘golden harvest’ notion that I like… (Photo story:…

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Eastern Sierra Impressions

The Many Faces of Splendor This week just continues to amaze. Maybe it’s just the extreme appreciation you have when you’ve been cooped up for an entire summer, hammering away behind a computer… then step out into this: