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Cory Kerr
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So there was an update for Moose Jaw for Saturday. It will now be -64 with windchill. Should be fun day. 
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So it is a bit cold today at -42 with the windchill. But it is going to be colder tomorrow here in Saskatchewan. Tomorrow I guess will have to bundle up a bit more. Funny part is people still go to school and work and continue with their lives as this is part of being in Saskatchewan. Tomorrow will be -49 in Moose Jaw with the wind. 
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Just looking back at some pictures. It is amazing that you go on trips to places all over the world and think wow it is so beautiful there. Some times you have to learn to look at your backyard and see that it is beautiful also it is just that we are used to seeing our sights everyday and don't always appreciate it. 
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So wake up this morning to a 3 1/2 foot high snow bank that runs across my entire drive way and is 25 feet deep. Then it goes down to 1-2 feet high for the remaining 200-300 feet. Worst part is I make a pass with snow blower and it is filled in by time I start next pass. Oh well. KCCO. I do live in Saskatchewan. I will get it cleared out sometime today. 
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This is great advise thanks +Thomas Hawk
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So I live in Moose Jaw. These are the forecasted temperatures with windchill for Saturday. Will be a brisk day in Saskatchewan. FYI these are in Celsius. 
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May oldest son at a great location. This was taken at Silver Springs near Fernie, BC. It was a scary as I had tripod in water and camera was only about 2 inches above it. But was worth it. 
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Here are a couple pictures I took.  The Moose Jaw Warriors Vs. Kootney Ice.  I shoot for the Moose Jaw Warriors. It was  great game that went to a shoot out. 
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Thanks, For both of the shots I was in the suicide box. Which is between the two benches with no glass in front. Makes for great shots. But got to watch for sticks, pucks and sometimes entire players coming in. 
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A great lesson it is the artist not the equipment that make the art. Thanks +Vincent Versace 
 
The camera you have is the best camera in the world.


I captured this image with a Coolpix 5000 set to Jpeg fine in February of 2002. I was teaching a class in flower photography. All of the students had complained that they could not get the results I was getting because all they had were point and shoot cameras. So I took my point and shoot and shot this image. This is a single capture. The image was first processed in Nikon capture then saved as a tiff then further worked on in Photohop. The Black and white conversion was first done with my multi-channel mixer approach. I revisited this image and did a combination of my multi-channel approach and Niksoftware's Silver Efex Pro. This is the image you are seeing now.

The point I would like to make is it is the photographer not the camera that makes the image shine. Technique exists so that you do not have to shout to have your artistic voice be heard. Perfect technique without a solid voice is an exercise in creating forgettable photographs. Emotionally rich and technically imperfect will always trump technically perfect and emotionally vacant. Does the best camera in the world with the best glass help, it does. But can you achieve the best results of having your voice be heard with any camera? Yes. Pay more attention to what you wan to say, focus on that. Learn technique not as the end all be all but rather as the means to be better heard.




Canera Specs:

Effective pixels
    
5.0 million (total pixels: 5.24 million)
Image size
    
[2560] (2,560 x 1,920 pixels), [1600] (1,600 x 1,200 pixels), [1280] (1,280 x 960 pixels), [1024] (1,024 x 768 pixels), [640] (640 x 480 pixels), [3:2] (2,560 x 1,704 pixels) selectable
Lens / Digital zoom
    
3x Zoom-Nikkor; 7.1-21.4mm (35mm [135] format equivalent to 28-85mm); f/2.8-4.8; 9 elements in 7 groups; 4x digital zoom
Focus range
    
50cm (19.7 in.) to infinity (∞), 2cm (0.8 in.) to infinity (∞) in Macro mode.


Final file is stored and scaled using Genuine Fractals.

© Vincent Versace 2012

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I Have been taking photographs for most of my life however got serious about them in 2006 and started a business in 2007. I love sports and landscape photography but have always strived to learn new techniques and styles. I am a proud member of NAPP and Kelbytraining.
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I am an Forensic Identification Specialist (CSI). I do all the crime scene Photography and fingerprint development.  I also have my own photography business.  I am the main photographer for the Moose Jaw Warrior WHL hockey team.

I am always looking to improve my photography and photoshop skills. 

I am also a major GEEK!!! 
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