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Large format…what it is, why to use it, and how much it can cost


Often times, and especially when my head is hidden underneath the black cloth of my wooden camera, lots of people gather round and start asking awkward questions….questions like “Is that a camera you’re using?”, or “why do you use that…a … Continue reading

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How to be a better photographer on a strict budget


It’s a conundrum, isn’t it? How on earth can you indulge in an expensive hobby like photography, if you have limited income? I get so many emails regarding this problem, and to tell you the truth, all I can recommend … Continue reading

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Portrait photography? Easy as ABC….


  I think I’ve already covered this subject before, but I keep getting emails from readers asking how to do it. Well, ok…….I’m going to show you a very easy method that I’ve used for over two decades now, and … Continue reading

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Susan Huber photography, Salt Spring Island, BC, Canada


I must admit I had never heard of Susan Huber at all, even though I’ve been involved in photography in form or another for yonks! Then again, I never specifically went looking for like-minded people myself, especially in the USA … Continue reading

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