Monthly Archives: March 2009

How I Do What I Do – Overview

I often get requests for information about techniques. Here is the “stock reply” that I have been using to save me some time. Now I can just point people to this post! Equipment I don’t use special cameras or lenses, … Continue reading

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Fooled Again

I recently purchased a Canon 5D Mk II. A fine camera it seems, and the added resolution will be helpful. One small issue is that Canon redesigned the battery. Well, times change and things progress, and we can always use … Continue reading

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“Time Warp” Experience

I realize that I haven’t written about my trip to Boston. Last August, I was invited out to Boston to help on the set of Discovery Channel’s show, “Time Warp”. It was an opportunity to finally get some high-speed video … Continue reading

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Depth of Field Problems

Every now and then I get a question about managing depth of field in drop photographs. Indeed, it can be a bit frustrating. Depth of field is a perennial problem with macro photography. It’s just the physics of it. The … Continue reading

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