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Our Sunflower Workshop was before sunrise and into the early morning hours. It was pretty overcast and humid and the students were terrific. Take a few minutes to look at their work and if you want comment at the same … Continue reading
This is a link to our visit to the sunflowers today, July 14th to check then out for our upcoming field trip. SUNFLOWERS – Checking them out before the Blue Ridge Field Trip | ELLIOT PAUL STERN.
If you don’t do anything else today please watch this from beginning to end. If you truly have a passion for the creation of images still or motion, if you believe that you can learn something every day about your … Continue reading
ARE YOU VESTED? – THE LIGHT WEIGHT TROPICAL – VERY COMFORTABLE BIG POCKETS VEST FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS AND BIRDERS IN THE SUMMER It is summer time in Washington DC and it won’t be very long before the temperatures reach into the … Continue reading
First Test of Fuji 55-200 on XE1 body at 200 iso. Fuji 55-200mm 3.5 Zoom Lens First Very Quick Images | ELLIOT PAUL STERN.
ONE ON ONE EDUCATION – UNDERSTANDING ALL OF THE ELEMENTS THAT GO INTO AN INSPIRING PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGE 3 Hours One on One $225.00 Register Right Here One On One Photography is a mix of human’s skill to observe and discern … Continue reading
This gallery represents wonderful images which speak to the will of our workshop participants to challenge themselves to shoot for hours with simply one focal length either with their zoom lens or prime lens. The zooms were taped to one … Continue reading
TICKS and Spring is coming – Photo Outings have Already Started and soon THE TICKS WILL BE HERE | ELLIOT PAUL STERN. This was posted on Facebook. I have heard from others as well that this is a method that … Continue reading
No matter what name we give it, it is still going to boil down to being a MONOPOD. Let’s call it the one legged tripod. It is, a collapsible aluminum, wood or carbon fiber single leg stabilizing device that lives … Continue reading