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Melynda Harrison in the mountains near her home in Livingston, Montana

Melynda Harrison Joins NE Blog Team as Conservation Editor

Melynda Harrison Joins NE Blog Team as Conservation Editor. One of the reasons I became a photographer was my interest in nature and the world of conservation. Many of you who read the Blog/Corkboard know that I like to share stories about our planet, it’s wildlife and wild areas, or anything…

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Dusk brings the blue light that is so beautiful to shoot in. Behind home plate. Lumix GM1 with 12-35mm lens. ISO 640

The Lumix Diaries Takes in Minnesota Twins Baseball

The Lumix Diaries takes in Minnesota Twins Baseball. Yesterday afternoon I was taking a nap at my sister’s place in Eden Prairie, Minnesota. My wife Tanya comes in and says, “hey hon, Doug has eight tickets to the Twins for tonight. They’re playing the White Sox. We’re going to see…

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Te new Panasonic Lumix FZ-1000 all in one Bridge Camera.

Panasonic Lumix FZ1000 All-in-One Camera

The Panasonic Lumix FZ1000 is Panasonic’s newest release into the world of digital photography. The FZ1000 is what’s referred to as a Bridge Camera, a term used to describe the gap that exists between the all-in-one point and shoot and the more sophisticated interchangeable lens cameras like the GH4. I’m typically not…

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Seeding through the streets of Havana, Cuba. Lumix GX7 with 12-35mm F/2.8

Guest Post-Fred Kurtz Evolving From DSLR’s to Micro Four Thirds

Guest Post- Fred Kurtz Evolving From DSLR’s to Micro Four Thirds. Every now and again I reach out to one of our NE Explorers to share an experience or information I feel others might be interested in. One of our most traveled Explorers, Fred Kurtz, is a dear friend and…

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Colored umbrellas a local bar in Positano, Italy

Portfolio of Recent Italy Shoot

My portfolio of the recent Italy shoot is up and ready for review. I’ve created a Portfolio of my favorite images that you can view by clicking on the link below. Keep in mind this was the first installment of The Lumix Diaries, #lumixlounge, #lumix, #panasonic, an ongoing project to highlight my work with the new…

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Editin in picsio

Pics.io – An Online Photo Converting, Editing, Sharing, and Storage Service for RAW Files

Pics.io –  An Online Photo Converting, Editing, Sharing, and Storage Service for RAW Files There are plenty of inexpensive, even free, photo editing and online sharing outlets available out there, but there aren’t too many that allow you to edit and share photos using your camera’s RAW files – most services/products out there…

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Close-up of Yellowstone cutthroat trout

Goodbye to cutthroat trout?

In Montana, we pride ourselves on clean rivers and abundant angling opportunities, but we may soon say goodbye to a local favorite—westslope cutthroat trout. As the planet heats up due to global warming, a lot of species are having a tough time. One of those species is the westslope cutthroat…

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Copyright Alliance protecting your Intellectual Property rights.

Join the Copyright Reform Debate Today at 3:00PM EST

Join the Copyright Reform Debate Today at 3:00PM EST. Below is the text from an email I received from my friends at the Copyright Alliance. These folks are fighting the war to protect our legal rights for the images we create. They have alerted me to a one-sided discussion taking…

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The new Lumix GH4.

Which Mirrorless Camera for Most Natural Pictures?

Which Mirrorless Camera for Most Natural Pictures is a question from Daniel V. Daniel, all the Mirrorless cameras being produced today will provide very natural looking images if that’s what you want. If you have seen images that have turned you off due to the images looking, in your word,…

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The new Lumix GH4.

Aperture Adds Support for Lumix GH4

Aperture Adds Support for Lumix GH4, Ok, I’m going out on a limb here to say that as far as I can tell, Aperture is now supporting RAW files from the Panasoinc Lumix GH4. I have heard nothing about Apple bringing out an update to Aperture to support the GH4…

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