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September Photo Newsletter

Sunday 25 September 2011

Moraine Lake, Banff National Park - 34mm ƒ5.6 @ 1/200; EV+2⁄3 ISO100 +POL - Rain, low cloud, dull light – not the conditions I had hoped for at one of Canada’s most spectacular places. However, the poor conditions forced me to look be- yond the obvious to nd visual design elements that worked amidst that incredible blue of the lake.

The luxBorealis September Photo Newsletter is hot off the press.

After a two month hiatus which included our family trip out West, canoeing in Ontario and ramping up my fine art printing, it’s time to get back in the saddle. I would like to extend a warm welcome to all the new subscribers that have signed on over the last month or so. I hope you find this “mostly monthly” newsletter and my accompanying blog helpful and inspiring. 

The Right Stuff

During workshops and courses, I am often asked a question something along the lines of: “How do you know when a scene is worth photographing?” The keyword here is “worth”, for each of us has different goals, aspira- tions and expectations around what we photo- graph. The type of scene worth the time and effort to set up and photograph will be different for each of us, but I think there’s more to this question…Read on…

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