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Enjoy some photographs from our workshop at Bushkill Falls, PA on October 23rd.  One of the main focuses of the day was learning how to gauge shutter speed in order to either show the flow of the water or to freeze the movement to show its amazing force.  We did this by way of using neutral density filters to block the huge amount of light from the gorgeous sunny day we had.  Additionally, concepts of composition and exposure technique were discussed just as they are at all Kaz Arts workshops.

 

Photo by Michael Paxton

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This month’s client photo gallery features work from Michael Paxton of Basking Ridge, New Jersey.  These are photographs from Michael’s two recent trips to Dominica – enjoy!  All images copyright Michael Paxton 2009.

Dominica styles itself as ‘The Nature Island of the Caribbean’.  A rugged, volcanic island to the north of Martinique, it’s known more for its rain-forest, rivers and waterfalls than its beaches. These photos were taken on Dominica’s windward side and give some indication of the beautiful light available to the photographer as the day progresses from dawn through to a moonlit night.  As always a huge thanks to Eric for his guidance on the use of Vari-ND filters and all of the cumulative advice that continues to improve my photography.

1 Dawn Palms

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