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Jeff Lazell
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Pretty darn pleased about our first review #Camerastrap   #Italian   #leather   #handmade  

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My personal website www.jefflazellphoto.com has been in desperate need of a redesign for a while and tonight I finally got around to doing it. Seriously +SmugMug  makes this so easy I really don't have an excuse for it taking so long.

Also, for the first time ever I am trying out making prints available for purchase. So, if you are in need of some more #urbex   or #subaru    photos in your life now you have one more option. There are also some #nature   photos and #cityscape s  for those with less specific tastes. 

Now, back to uploading all the photos I've been meaning to...
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Spent my holidays way up north this year and tried my hand at some #astrophotography  

Shot with my #nikon   #d700  on a #mefoto   #globetrotter  processed with #niksoftwarecollection  
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From a very cold trip to Fort Tilden in Rockaway, NY. Edited with #niksoftware   #silverefexpro2  
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From a very cold trip to Fort Tilden in Rockaway, NY edited with #niksoftware   #silverefexpro2  
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Abandoned building in Rochester, NY 
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Abandoned building in Rochester, NY 
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Join +Ken Kaminesky and me on November 1st for a PPE Photo Walk in beautiful downtown NYC!

The Photo Walk will begin at the Admiral David Farragut Monument in Madison Square Park at 3:00 PM and end around 6:00 PM, with stops along the way at other beautiful and iconic Manhattan locations!

All are welcome to attend, including non-photographers. Learn about locations along the way as our knowledgeable guides from Walks of New York lead us through beautiful downtown NYC!

Don’t miss this opportunity to mingle with the photography community and get some great shots of New York City while having the chance to take home some truly epic prizes (valued at more than $5000) including:

*NEW  +Fujifilm X-T1 WR kit with XF18-135mmF3.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR lens
* NEW Fujifilm X30 Compact camera
* A  +G-Technology G-DOCK EV
* A $1,000 USD voucher for +Carl Zeiss Lenses 
* A +Formatt-Hitech Ken Kaminesky Signature Edition ‘Master’ Filter Kit
* A Formatt-Hitech Elia Locardi Signature Edition ‘Travel’ Filter Kit
* Four +Walks of New York  Vouchers for guided tours in NYC or Italy with Walks of Italy
* Two X-Rite i1Display Pros with X-Rite ColorChecker Passport Kits
* Five Licenses for +onOne Perfect Photo Suite
* A special giveaway from onOne Software for all participants

Register for the event and be entered in the drawing for prizes at: http: bit.ly/walk-NYC

Use the hashtag #walkNYC when posting to Social Media so we can follow along with your photo shares after the event.

An Important Note about Prizes:
You must be registered for the event with your real name as that information will be used to call out the Raffle Prize Winners. Only 1 entry is allowed per registrant and the winners MUST BE PRESENT or the prize will go to the next participant chosen that is present to receive it.

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On September 23rd at 1pmEDT join Victor Ha as he explores the world of #blackmagicdesign 's #davinciresolve  11 and shows us how #XRite   products can be integrated to help us achieve better color in our video footage. Register here: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/638109322 

In this 45-minute webinar, Victor will review DaVinci Resolve’s basic functionality and show us some simple #colorgrading   techniques that will guarantee accurate results every time. He will also explain his approach to video editing and how applying some basic concepts can make your workflow simpler and your final results even better. If you’re new to video editing, or just looking for a few tips to help you along, this webinar is perfect for you and will definitely help you reach the next level in your filmmaking journey.
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When prepping a file for print one of the most important choices to make is rendering intent. This installment of File Basics takes you through the differences between the four methods. It will also show you which are most useful for photographic work and what effect they can have on your finished print.
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