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Deep down I had known this day was coming ever since I picked up my new favourite camera, but it took me quite a while to get over my 20-year relationship with big DSL gear—first film, then digital. Anyway, after a year of never getting my Canon kit out of the bag, I did it.
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John presents Lunenburg in a good light—both in words and pictures.
If you are serious about telling the story of your travels and voyage in images, this post, about the best camera I have every used, is for you.
And, for those not interested in the ultimate travel photographer's camera, with the price to match, I have some thoughts about alternatives.
As promised just before Christmas, we have now published our annual slideshow...but with a couple of differences from past years.
We just got back from two weeks working on Morgan's Cloud, to get the jump on the spring to-do list. It was good to get our hands dirty again. While we were there, we continued our project to learn more about motorboats. But don't panic, we're going to be sailors for a while yet. More in [...]
I sometimes suffer from an affliction I have come to call Gerbil Brain. I'm sure none of you are thinking that this refers to the size of my brain are you? No, I thought not. Gerbil Brain is usually brought on for me by dealing with way too many details, usually in front of a [...]
Question: How do you make great travel photographs? Answer: F8 and be there. Ok, it’s an old one. And I guess it applies to just about any kind of travel. But somehow the voyaging life that I have lived for over twenty years seems, at least to me, to yield more, and more wonderful, photo [...]
Several readers have asked me about how my recovery from my accident is coming along. (For those of you who don’t know, I was descending the Hillary Step, after summiting without oxygen, carrying a Sherpa who had collapsed, poor fellow, when I slipped and broke my leg. Oh, you don’t believe that? How about this?) [...]
Now we are going to get to the hard stuff, the stuff we all have to work at for our entire photographing lives: composition and lighting. Hard yes, but John has made it more interesting and fun by using photographs in a slideshow to illustrate each tip.
Up to now in this book we have been writing about gear, but the best camera in the world will not make great photographs if you don't use the right technique. In this chapter we start the process of teaching you to take better photographs with three simple tips that anyone can master in a few minutes.
Once again, if you want to photograph wildlife, Colin is your man. In this chapter he gives you some solid tips that will improve your chances of making a real keeper photograph.
Up to now in this book John has written about cameras for general travel photography, but what if your interest is wildlife? Well, then, Colin is your man and in this chapter he zeroes in on the gear you need to make great images of wildlife from a boat.
In the last chapter John listed the capabilities that his ideal cruiser camera would have. In this one he recommends a system and some cameras that have those capabilities.