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Andrew Livelsberger
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Owner and photographer of Best Light Photographic LLC, Visual Ohio - Reynoldsburg,OH
Owner and photographer of Best Light Photographic LLC, Visual Ohio - Reynoldsburg,OH

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Nikon 200mm f/4 QC Lens Review
Background Another lens picked up for a little bit of nothing.   I figure, why not check it out.  For the price let's see what this very light 200mm f/4 lens can do. Handling/Size/Weight Long and slim, this 200mm f/4 QC lens may look a bit odd when compared...
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Nikon 135mm f/3.5 Q Lens Review
Background The deluge of manual focus lenses continues!  This time with the Nikon 135mm f/3.5 Q.  Another pickup of the older legacy lenses.  It is generally well regarded in its capabilities.  Perhaps not as legendary as the Nikon 105/2.5 AI lens, but let'...
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Nikon 300mm f/4.5 AI Lens Review
Background I already have a great 300mm f/4 lens, so why did I get this one?  Good question readers.  The newest Nikon 300mm f/4E PF lens is a fantastic creation.  Much sharper than I could imagine, focus' fast. What I cannot do with it is adapt it to my mi...
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Panasonic 14-140mm f/4-5.8 Mega O.I.S Micro Four Thirds Lens Review
© PanasonicUSA Background We all want the best image quality we can get.  Sometimes we need to make compromises though when going out.  Some gear is to big or heavy, others don't do so good in low light... focus sled can be an issue. There are times when it...
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Revisiting the Nikon 80-200mm f/4.5-5.6D Legacy Lens
Image Copyright Midwest Photo Exchange (www.mpex.com) We've had this lens for a while so I thought that I would circle round again and post on how it has fared after our original post! There is nothing I have against modern lenses.  I own quite a few and us...
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A Trip to Yellowstone National Park - Compendium Post
I created this to help those who are looking to possibly read through the whole of the My Yellowstone Adventures posts and wanted the links all in one place. Grand Canyon of Yellowstone Without further Ado! Introduction Trip Planning Photo and Hiking Gear T...
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A Trip to Yellowstone National Park - Lessons Learned
And now we are on to the lessons learned portion of the trip.  The good, the bad, the ugly...the stuff to remember for next time. Also, please take into account that this is all coming from our personal perspective.  Remember that we are Ohioans and we are ...
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A Trip to Yellowstone National Park - Seeing The Sites
Welcome back!  If you've made it this far, you've gotten to the "meat and potatoes" of the series.  If you are interested in the park itself and the sites you'll see, then this is the post for you! Not only will we explore Yellowstone National Park together...
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A Trip to Yellowstone National Park - Traveling to the Park
We stayed in the town of Cody, WY.  Travel to Yellowstone is pretty straight forward by taking route 14/16/20 west.  It's a straight shot. Before we get into too much of the trip in and the time of day travels, let me get this out of the way. Cell phone ser...
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A Trip to Yellowstone National Park - Photo and Hiking Gear
Being a photographer, of course I want to bring my camera gear.  We must also temper that with the fact that we will be doing a lot of hiking as well. I went out and looked at others photos of Yellowstone just to get an idea of the sites I might want to cap...
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