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This is the photography blog for photographer and writer David Moore. He's based in Santa Fe, New Mexico but speaks with a funny accent.

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    October 7th, 2009

    New site for Photographer Jeff Henig using WordPress and Photoshelter

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    I’m delighted to announce the launch of our latest website – it’s for Jeff Henig, an American travel photographer based in Japan, who specializes in shooting cultural and religious festivals across Asia. You can check it out at www.jeffhenig.com.

    The challenge

    When Jeff first contacted me, he had a blog in one location, a Flash-based portfolio online somewhere else, and a Photoshelter site for his stock archive. He was doing a good job keeping them all up to date, but each had a different look and feel, and navigating between them was confusing for visitors.
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    Posted on 10/7/09 | no comments; | Filed Under: News, Photoshelter, Web design | read on
    October 6th, 2009

    Today’s iPhone shot: For the season that’s in it

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    September 27th, 2009

    Early morning order

    Hotel Albuquerque, Sunday morning.

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    September 25th, 2009

    Starting out as a Strobist

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    I’m a natural light guy. Or have been until now.

    Hugely unimpressed by almost all uses of on-camera flash, and fascinated by the challenge of capturing the quality of real light in my scenes, I used to swear I’d never use a flash.

    And for most of my work – on location children’s portraits – that works well, most of the time.

    I choose the right time of day, and a good location in possible, and chase after the kids always trying to maximise the catch-lights in their eyes, and get some flattering natural light falling across their faces.

    But sometimes that’s just not possible.

    A little flash light bounced off a nearby wall or ceiling might open up their shadowy face and cut the chance for motion blur. Or used outside, it could open up some opportunities to work with the sun to get some good effects.

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    Posted on 9/25/09 | 3 comments | Filed Under: Inspiration, Links, Strobist | read on
    September 23rd, 2009

    Look what the postman brought me

    I think there’s a pattern here. When you’ve figured it all out for me, can you let me know? Save me having to read the books.

    Posted on 9/23/09 | no comments; | Filed Under: iPhone, Personal | read on
    September 12th, 2009

    Ready for dinner

    Today’s iPhone shot

    Posted on 9/12/09 | no comments; | Filed Under: iPhone, Personal | read on
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