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"Thanks, everyone.  I truely appreciate the comments."
May 11, 2012
khurram shazad commented on Rick Neff's photo
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"i love that pix realy very greaat shot"
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Rick Neff left a comment for kombizz
"Thank you for your appreciation of Arianna.  You also have an intriguing album/folio."
Nov 8, 2011
kombizz commented on Rick Neff's photo
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Aryanna

"nice one"
Nov 7, 2011
Donna Jean Greenmeyer commented on Rick Neff's photo
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Alaskan Red Fox

"What a beautiful pic.  Love the color and detail in here.  Well done"
Nov 4, 2011
Alan Janes commented on Rick Neff's photo
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Alaskan Red Fox

"Wonderful caputre, great detail and colours. A great image Rick. Rgds Alan."
Nov 4, 2011

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Gender:
Male
Hometown:
Eagle River, Alaska
About Me:
I could write volumes on shooting in Alaska, but that would be boring, since I'm a better photograher than a writter. I studied Photography at Weber State College in the 70's and have been developing my "eye" as my equipment evolved, Made the digital jump in 2002 when my wife made a Canon Rebel a Christmas gift. I'm very situational, meaning, what is in front of me is what I currently like to shoot. Studio work to shooting the Arctic Refuges and wild life; if it will hold still for 1/60th of a second, I'll get an image of it. This winter I'm working along the Kuskokwim and Yukon Rivers. And thinking that this global warming may not be such a complaint for an outdoorsman.
My Equipment
A couple EOS 5D Mk II's and various lenses (17 - 800mm). JTL studio strobes with backs & props. for very exclusive clients. 4X5 Linhof Technica, Mamiya 645. Sea & Sea underwater And a bag full of old Nikons FMs, FM2s.
Contact:
polar_breeze@hotmail.com

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At 11:39pm on October 25, 2011, Denny Giacobe said…

Hey Rick

Thanks for your vote!!

At 6:16pm on October 24, 2011, Red Suzanne said…
I miss the area every day. I would go back in a heartbeat, if I could. But your photo helps ease the missing. Thank you.
At 10:32pm on October 21, 2011, Red Suzanne said…
Thank you for your suggestion and help, Mr. Neff. It really helped. The monitor seems in perfect order, but I did do a bit of tweaking to it and I am able to see a bit of difference now. Why I did not think of doing that first is sadly not too much of a surprise.. LOL. I love you work, by the way.
At 4:57pm on June 8, 2011, Michelle Szobody said…

Rick,

my photo was taken by me trypod! and thank you..i have more but did not past them.. it was nice to here from you again..michelle

At 3:06pm on August 15, 2010, José Fernandes said…
Thank youfor your kind response.....!!!!
At 2:48pm on August 14, 2010, José Fernandes said…
Dear Friend, do you consider god idea migrate from 70-300mm to 55-200 VR? really appreciate your sugestion. BR
At 2:00pm on August 11, 2010, José Fernandes said…
Thank you very much my friend. I will consider you recomendation. but dont you think that this lens is quite slow for lo light or interios? its not the similar behavior of my 18-55mm VR? Ill appreciate your wise comments.
At 12:39pm on August 10, 2010, ChesGreen said…
Hello Rick, The pictures in my album are mainly with the 50D. The Indian bride was with a xti. Believe it or not, only one picture was with my AB (the one with the couple before a kiss). The remainder of the pictures were done with nikon SB25 flashes and or a canon 580 xII
At 7:20am on August 10, 2010, José Fernandes said…
Hello my friend, I will appreciate your kind advise to decide wich one of the related lenses will be usefull for me. I already have Nikon 35mm 1,8, 18-55mm VR and 70-300mm (non VR) for my Nikon D90. I´m looking for a mid range telefoto por candi pictures and some other subjets far away (not necesary wild life). My feeling is that the 70-300 is not good in low light conditións as indor sports Social indors or subjects in sunsets. And also de 85mm 1.8 its a normal fixed lens. I will appreciate if you will share your experience on this matter. Thanks in advance.
At 5:15am on June 28, 2010, yanice said…
hi Rick, can you share some tips on lighting specialy on indoor shoots.About this reflector thing, how to position it?
 
 
 

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