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    Selling photos to others is not "the natural progression of photography"

    I was away from the forum for a couple of years, and have come back to check in with you good folks again. Coming in with a fresh perspective, I was surprised as to how much emphasis some people are putting on commercializing photography. Don't get me wrong, there is NOTHING wrong with wanting...
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    Exceedingly rare fresh water jellyfish nabbed by ye-ole camera

    Fresh water jellyfish, presented for your enjoyment. Taken in cold water (53 degrees-60 degrees at the thermocline) with 5 foot or so of visibility. No flash possible due to unmanageable backskatter. The animals are the size of a dime to the size of a quarter.
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    Lacey's now a senior...

    Lacey asked me to shoot her "senior pictures" since I had helped her a couple years ago put together a portfolio for modeling.... She is the daughter of a friend of mine who's one of my photography students as well, so not only were we shooting Lacey's pictures we were having a class on...
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    Transit of Venus

    No biggie, just got a snap. Not high art at all, there are tons better out there... this is what I grabbed.
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    Jackson Blue: An Underground River At Emergence, From Inside, Cave Diving

    Here's one of my shots from Jackson Blue, a major spring in Florida. It was taken with a NIKON D300 w/ 35mm f1.8 AF-S at about 30 foot depth while I was hanging on to a rock to keep from getting myself MOVED out of the cave in high flow. Kids, do not try this at home (I have the training to be...
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    Jackson Blue: What An Underground River Looks Like From Deep Inside

    Here's one of my shots from Jackson Blue, a major spring in Florida. It was taken with a point & shoot camera at about 70 foot depth while I was hanging on to a rock to keep from getting myself blown out of the cave in high flow. The sound of the water flowing through that cave around you when...
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    A few shots for Stephanie's port...

    Starting a modeling portfolio for Stephanie, here are a few of the first shots.
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    Devin In the Studio

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    A girl and guy in ye-ole studio

    and in a different crop ratio:
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    Alt modeling shots

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    A few more pictures of the ladies this summer (several pictures)

    Here are a few more pictures from ye-ole studio I have shot this summer...
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    SCUBA pictures with point & shoot camera, Key Largo

    Here are a few pix from Key Largo last month, taken with a cheapo Intova point & shoot:
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    A few recent female model shots

    Here are some shots from this last week, I've been shooting a lot of seamless white lately... about time for a change:
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    Fresh water lobster, Jackson Blue Cave, FL

    Here's a freshwater lobster/crawdad about 17 feet down in the cavern of Jackson Blue spring in Florida. Shot with a point & shoot in underwater housing, cropped a little but no post processing.
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    I shoot a lot of HS basketball for a sports website, Forums - Tri-State Fans (I am Photoguy), and have covered a ton of games so far this season (about 40). I shoot without flash in some gyms with pretty horrible lighting and white balance is a nightmare since it often changes from one part of...
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    Baby Ducky

    Here's a baby ducky.
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    Old Barn In Late Afternoon

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    St. Joseph's Church Spire

    The composition is not quite what I would wish, but there's no other angle that I could do given the limitations I had (50mm lens). I was actually shooting through some sign posts that would be in the shot if I backed up another foot.
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    Sundowner Train