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  1. Marcia
    May 28, 2018 @ 1:26 pm

    This is hands down one of my favorite articles of yours I have read. The travels (and travails) of traveling with your family were entertaining, and most of them all are educational. What you and Di bring to the table is engagement, both with your subjects and us. I have been trying some night shooting because I am a painter who works from photos. I have found that in some instances, a daylight photo with filters laid over it in Photoshop works best, in others, particularly when I want to capture artificial light, nighttime photography is the ticket. While my budget is tight (my camera is a Canon T2i withe a 24mm lens), I did learn that I am on track with my camera settings. I also need to check out the link you provided, and read up on light meters. I have found that as the moon moves, the lighting changes quickly (I live in the desert), and my timing with shutter speeds is hit and miss. I will probably never make it to one of your workshops, but thank you, and Di, for the articles that land in my inbox.

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    June 1, 2018 @ 6:14 pm

    […] I received some really nice emails, and a comment, about my article to you on Monday about dissecting the technical and creative aspects of an image. […]

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