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Happy Talk and Good News

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Our midweek post was a bit of a downer.  To compensate, we’ll close the week on an upbeat note with three light-hearted and upbeat stories. “Because of the Gals” “[T]he girls started talking to me and wanted me to shoot them.”  Isn’t that what ‘inspires’ us and causes us to Read more…

Weekly Three-Pack — An Eclectic Bag

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Our weekly three-pack is an eclectic bag today as we look at a mis-step by Panasonic, an alarming development in the U.S. and an ‘interesting news’ item of the kind we feature weekly on our Retail Blog. A Look at a Lumix Matt Grayson at Photography Blog took a close Read more…

Calling All Photojournalists

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‘M for Mongolia’ The Leica Blog’s welcome foray into colour shows signs of being a more permanent “in health and in sickness” type of deal for, yet again, their feature is in colour, with some black-and-white images too.  Their current article, Nick Rains: M for Mongolia, puns on the ‘M’ Read more…

Interesting Photography News — with a Twist

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This week we’ll close with an Interesting Photography News roundup that touches upon a Lightbox, NASA, and Sudoku – just not in ways you may conceive of them. Sudoku Pros may be pleased to learn that the popular Japanese numerical puzzle, Sudoku, may be on their side when it comes Read more…

Is this Texas Law Controversial? Yes, if You’re a Pornographer.

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A few days back, WOAI Station cried, “Appeals Court Throws Out Texas ‘Improper Photography’ Law.”  The story explains that the ‘throwing out’ was done because the law was found to be “an unconstitutional violation of free speech.”  Should we be celebrating this ostensible victory for ‘free speech’? The Texas ‘Improper Read more…

Controversy: Twelve Photograph-Related Police Incidents *Per Day*!

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The Mother Country is a funny old place.  Nurturer of Parliamentarianism and the birthplace of the Magna Carta, Great Britain, by way of its police force, has been putting a crimp on and choking a freedom that is as fundamental as it is innocuous: taking photographs of public places in Read more…

A Usual Three-Pack that’s Trebly Unusual!

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We wind up the week with a usual three-topic assortment.  The overall topics are pretty much standard: a review, a tutorial and an interesting piece.  However, each and every one of them is unusual in some way or another . . . . Review Today we’re taking in a Canon Read more…

The ‘Unusuals’: Tutorial, Review, and Images

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Tutorial The trend of having unusual or odd weddings has now become de rigueur; the ‘In Thing.’  As a pro photog (assuming you’re a Wedding Pro), you naturally want to be kilted for it.  Cameron Knight goes off the beaten path – or above the beaten path! – in his Read more…

Encore: ‘Happening’ News, Gear, and Tutorial

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Let’s start off this week with the way we ended last week: one bite each from Gear and Gadgets, Tutorials and How-Tos, and Interesting News. Interesting News Dan Abbe, writing in American Photo, draws our attention to Lima, Peru.  Lima, Peru?  Yes, for it’s showing the way in leading edge Read more…

Three-Pack: News, Gear, and How-To

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We’ll close the week with one nibble each from three of our usual categories: interesting news, tutorials and how-tos, and gear and gadgets. News “No professional soldier is sent to a war zone without extensive training. Photographers who operate in exactly the same battle space without any training, experience or Read more…

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