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David Marx
Digital Photography Workshops & Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Training.
Digital Photography Workshops & Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Training.
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Flathead Lake Sunset

Sunset colors surround an old dock on Flathead Lake, Montana.

This photo was my first big commercial sale way back in November of 2002. I shot this one with 6 megapixel Canon D60 which was a cutting-edge camera for that time.

The advertisements that featured this image disappeared long ago but I still use this one when I am teaching Adobe Photoshop Lightroom workshops.

Learn more about my digital photography workshops and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom training at http://focusphotoschool.com
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Sunrise At The Burnt Island Lighthouse
Boothbay Harbor, Maine

#wordlessonwednesday
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Early Morning Burnt Island Lighthouse

Day begins at the Burnt Island Lighthouse, Maine.

Photography Tip: Leading Lines. That line of old stones in not an accident in this image. I chose to shoot from this position so that this line of stones would help to carry your eye into the lighthouse and flag at the far horizon.

This is one of the locations that we will visit this October during my Coastal Maine Photography Workshop at the +Spruce Point Inn Resort & Spa.

This is a terrific opportunity to improve your photography while enjoying the cuisine and hospitality of Maine’s finest resort. More information about this unique small-group learning opportunity at http://bit.ly/CoastalMainePhotoWorkshop
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The Old Stones At Fort Popham

Fort Popham dates back to the 1850s although an even older fort stood here during the American revolution. These day's it is a great place to wander and shoot particularly on overcast days.

This is one of the locations that we will visit this October during my Coastal Maine Photography Workshop at the +Spruce Point Inn Resort & Spa. This photography workshop is centered on the sea and its endless photographic possibilities!

This is a terrific opportunity to improve your photography while enjoying the cuisine and hospitality of Maine’s finest resort. More information about this unique small-group learning opportunity at http://bit.ly/CoastalMainePhotoWorkshop
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Trail of the Cedars
Glacier National Park, Montana
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McDonald Falls Panorama
Best Viewed Full Screen

McDonald Falls roars with water in Glacier National Park, Montana.

Learn more about my digital photography workshops and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom training at http://focusphotoschool.com
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Moon Over Boothbay Harbor
Coast of Maine

#wordlessonwednesday
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Life On the Coast of Maine: Ocean, Rocks, Boats, and Lighthouses

Golden sunlight shines on the rocks, sailboats, and the Ram Island Lighthouse in Ocean Point, Maine.

Photography Tip: The human eye loves contrast and warm saturated colors. I added interest to the rocks in the foreground when I enhanced this image using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and the Nik Color Efex Pro utility from Google. By careful controlling the saturation and the tonal contrast in this image, I can drive your attention to the area where I want your eye to go in this type of seascape / landscape image.

Learn more about my digital photography workshops and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom training at http://focusphotoschool.com
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Monhegan Island: Maine

Lobster fisherman work the waters around the little town on Monhegan Island, Maine.

This is one of the locations that we will visit this October during my Coastal Maine Photography Workshop at the +Spruce Point Inn Resort & Spa.
This photography workshop is centered on the sea and its endless photographic possibilities!

This is a terrific opportunity to improve your photography while enjoying the cuisine and hospitality of Maine’s finest resort. More information about this unique small-group learning opportunity at http://bit.ly/CoastalMainePhotoWorkshop
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Nashville

This town is going hockey crazy. Go predators!

Learn more about my digital photography workshops and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom training at http://focusphotoschool.com
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