What becomes of the dream when the dreamer awakes?
Eagle River, Alaska
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.