Monthly Archives: February 2014

Nikon D4s

Nikon just recently released their new flagship camera body, the D4s. At first I was a little skeptical that it would be much better than the D4, but by the specs, it does seem to have quite a few improvements. … Continue reading

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Choosing the Right Lens

If you are in the market for a new lens, one of the hardest things to do is choose a lens out of a bunch of choices. I am a Nikon shooter, so I am going to use Nikon lenses … Continue reading

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Backing-Up Those Precious Files

I recently had my computer’s internal hard drive fail on me, so I thought I would do a quick post on my system of backing up files. I use 5.5 TB’s of storage, that is including my internal hard drive. … Continue reading

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Polished Aluminum on Trees?

Another one from my shoot Friday morning. The trees had a layer of ice on them, and the sun just lit them up and made it seem as if they were made of polished aluminum. The awesome clouds made it … Continue reading

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Blue Skies & Tall Pines

I got up to the Saugatuck Reservoir in Weston this morning to do some shooting. The sun was out and there was a brilliant blue sky, so the photography was pretty hot. I was able to find a nice stand … Continue reading

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Nature’s Snow Angel

This was taken at the beginning of February when we had considerably less snow on the ground! A bird must have landed under the bird feeders and flailed out its wings in the snow, as it left a distinct imprint … Continue reading

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Pine Trees & Snow

And the crazy weather continues. Had a high of 50 degrees yesterday and today we get 6 inches of snow. The temperatures stayed in the upper 20’s, so the snow was fairly wet and heavy, which is perfect for photography. … Continue reading

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