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Photographer’s Lifestyle — Getting the Unique Shot (preview)

  Story and Photography by Roy Ramsay Last issue (Spring/Summer 2015 — issue #33) I wrote about preparing for your outdoor photo shoots. While writing that, I mentioned something I would need to write about in a future column. Well, there’s no time like the present. This column is about your physical fitness. Why is […]

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Photographer’s Lifestyle — Preparing for Your Outdoor Photo Shoots (preview)

There are a number of things to consider when getting ready for an outdoor photo shoot, and the season you’re shooting in will dictate some of it. Questions you should consider are: What’s the current temperature? What’s the weather forecast for the shoot day and the rest of the week? What time is sunrise and […]

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Photographer’s Lifestyle — Snap, Click and Crunch (full story)

Welcome to my new column, Photographer’s Lifestyle. It’s a column about you — the landscape, nature and wildlife photographer. If you’re anything like me — over 40, a parent of young children or teenagers and crazy about photography — then hopefully you’ll glean something from this column each issue. Moving forward, I’ll discuss issues, ideas […]

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From Where I Sit — Are you the best or the best-kept secret? (full story)

Story by Roy Ramsay / Photography by Colin Payne Colin Payne Payne was born and raised in Newfoundland. He began photography nearly 15 years ago, back when 35mm film was still the widely chosen format, which was about to be turned on its ear as digital imaging made its debut. Payne honed his craft with […]

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Are you the best or the best-kept secret?

Story by Roy Ramsay/Photography by Doug Hagadorn The best-kept secret feature was inspired by and for photographers just cutting their teeth, or getting started in the field. Over its three-year stint as a launching pad for upcoming photographers, it has also served as a springboard for photographers who have been shooting for years, but just […]

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