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“To me, photography is the simultaneous recognition, in a fraction of a second, of the significance of an event.” – Henri Cartier-Bresson
“To me, photography is the simultaneous recognition, in a fraction of a second, of the significance of an event.” – Henri Cartier-Bresson

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today i was look at the ghost town of Bodie here in California. Not too far from Bodie, I noticed some small mountain with craters, is that small volcanoes or old mines?

I recently purchased a Haida 6 Stop ND filter. It seems to be vry well made and can see any distortion or degration of th IQ of the photos. I did notice that is actually is much darker than advertised by 1 1/2 stops on my d3X. Has anyone else noticed this wil other brands or with the this brand of filter. 

I am planning on a trip to the Palouse in October, and I am looking for some advice. What lens selection would be good?

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To be young again
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a cold one
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Another quick question if you do not mind. What soft button are you using, i noticed on ebay they can go from a few bucks to over $30 plus dollars for the Gariz. is there any real difference or are you just buying bling value?

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Great Read
Nice little article/interview with Peter Kool who I recommend following on Flickr for inspiration.

I really don’t understand the fuss these days about privacy in the streets. When I look up the word “privacy” in an established dictionary, it says, “the ability to completely be yourself in your own environment.” I don’t think the street is our own private environment. But if people want to be themselves in the streets, go ahead. I don’t mind, I wish they wouldn’t mind me either.

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THROWBACK TUESDAY!
From the archives - "What Makes a Street Photograph a Good Photograph" by former Street Hunter +Rob Heron.

http://bit.ly/GoodStreetPhotograph

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Another shot of this awesome grapefruit and crab salad, this time photographed from the side and again using diffused natural window light from our secret VIP location at The Chedi, Muscat. We used a card made from black gaffer's tape to soak up some of the light on the right side and darken the amazing grain of chef Sebastien Cassagnol, legendary Bali chopping block. 
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Ran into the gentelan who has to collect recyclables to make sure he can eat everyday and not lose his place to live in. 
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