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Time with The Browns

Time with The Browns

Kodiak Brown captured by D6 / 180-400VR w/TC-14eIIIWhere the Uganik River empties into the bay are vast coastal sedge grass flats. When you fly over or cruise the coast in a boat, the vast green comes crashing down the mountains emptying into the bay except where the river empties. Centuries of times have brought down the sediment creating a...

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Backlight Can Be a Gem!

Backlight Can Be a Gem!

Beaver on floats captured by Z 6II / Z70-200f2.8The van of Alaska is the Beaver. Able to carry all sorts of stuff and getting into places easily, it is a workhorse. In our case, it carried a bunch of photographers and their "stuff" up and over the mountains of Kodiak with no effort. Besides all of that, it's just a really fun aircraft. And while...

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… and a Dollar Short?

… and a Dollar Short?

South Dakota Badlands / Solar Eclpise captured by Z 6II / Z70-200f2.8 w/ Z1.4xYou'd think that getting up at 03:30 and in place long before sunrise, you'd nail it. Well, if you were trying to see and/or photograph the solar eclipse a couple of weeks past, you'd know that not only the getting up that early is required. If you're in South Dakota at...

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ACR Auto – Great Finishing / Teaching Tool!

ACR Auto – Great Finishing / Teaching Tool!

combined screen capture from Adobe Camera RawI love and depend on ACR, Adobe Camera Raw, for finishing my Raw files. Great new tool "hidden' inside I think you should know about. You might know that if you hold down Shift and click on the White and/or Black Slider handle (the triangle), ACR will set your White Point / Black Point. Now, if you...

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The WR-R11a & b

The WR-R11a & b

The WR-R11a connected to a D6 talkin to 2x SB-5000sTechnically are far as wireless operation is concerned, no difference between the original WR-R10 and the WR-R11 units. The new 11s connect to the bodies the same way, pair with the flashes the same, have the same range limits and unit limits. So then why are there new ones? I wondered that...

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Think He Knows?

Think He Knows?

Black-tailed Prairie Dog captured by D6 / 180-400VR... than he has something under his nose and it makes him look like .... I know they are called the Black-tailed Prairie Dog, but the tail is on the other end.

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