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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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A Little Practice Never Hurts

I decided to take a small break from my client video work this week and went to Bird Kingdom for a few hours to take a few practice images. NIKON 1 J5 + CX 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 @ 152.1mm, ISO 800, … Continue reading

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ShutterFest 2017 – It’s Never Too Early to Plan for Next Year!

by Skip Cohen Okay, I get that it’s May and April, 2017 seems so far away, but this is one of those “you snooze – you lose” blog posts. If you haven’t been to ShutterFest, Sal Cincotta and the team … Continue reading

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A Camera Meant Never to Lose Its Focus

A Camera Meant Never to Lose Its Focus In 2006, Ren Ng, a graduate student at Stanford, published a doctoral thesis outlining a revolutionary technology in photography that almost seemed like an illusion. Mr. Ng discussed a way of capturing … Continue reading

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