Monthly Archives: August 2016

Aquarium Macro Photography of Ornamental Shrimp

“There’s such a thing as ornamental shrimp?” This is the typical response of family and friends when I speak to them about my recent hobby of keeping ornamental shrimp. Believe it or not, there is growing interest around the world … Continue reading

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The Business of Photography: As Much as Things Change – Some Things NEVER Change

Going back to my grandfather’s portrait close to a hundred years ago and his in-laws, my great grandparents,probably fifty years before that – some things haven’t changed! by Skip Cohen ​Ever notice how, when you get a group of seasoned … Continue reading

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How I capture my kids’ true personalities with my camera

Our little military family was gearing up for another big adventure. We have moved 14 times in the past 18 years and my husband and I weren’t sure that we had the energy to move our 14, 10 and 2 … Continue reading

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Sports Photography at CMU

Earlier this summer I posted an article about cityscape and architecture photography in the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I am extremely grateful for the positive response that article received; thank you! Many photographers specialize in one genre, but urban environments … Continue reading

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Visitors Enjoy The Wildlife At Farne Islands Canvas Floater Frame 3/4″ Matte Black 29×20 Photo On Canvas

Visitors Enjoy The Wildlife At Farne Islands Canvas Floater Frame 3/4″ Matte Black 29×20 Photo On Canvas a Puffin standing on a cliff on Inner Farne, England. Photographer Bio Dan Kitwood began his photography career with South West News Service, … Continue reading

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