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iPro Lenses, A Whole New Way Of iPhone Photography

There is an old saying, “the best camera is the one you have with you.”   As a photographer I have had the odds stacked in my favour for years rarely leaving my house without two SLR cameras and a kit of lenses allowing me to shoot the vast majority of what I wanted the…

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Revisiting Flying With Film 101 : The Do’s and Don’ts

There has been a recent resurgence in film photography, maybe it is Kodak’s bankruptcy that has reminded serious photographers, and long time shooters, that shooting film is fun and a medium that is worth preserving … or maybe it is just that those of us who have been shooting digital for a really long time…

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Take The #AvGeekPhoto Challenge All April Long

Travelers, airplane geeks and photographers tend to have one thing in common … they shoot a lot of photos.  If you’re a travel photographer or photo avgeek you probably shoot even more photos.   During the month of April, why not put your airplane photos to good use and take part in the #AvGeekPhoto Challenge?  …

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Want To See The World? Win $10k From Scottevest To Do It!

I don’t tend to write about contests, well BoardingArea.com contests, but then again Flying With Fish lives on BoardingArea.com … but Scottevest has announced a contest that will make any traveler, photographer or travel photographer get excited.   Scottevest’s “For The Trip Of Your Life” contest will award one lucky traveler US$10,000 to go anywhere…

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Moose Peterson’s Air-to-Air Photo Workshops … Learn From a Legend

Moose Peterson is a world renowned wildlife photographer, landscape photographer, camera bag designer and he literally wrote the book on Nikon.  While my interests were never in wildlife photography, I was hooked at Moose’s work at the age of 16 when I received my copy of the Nikon System Handbook (now in it its sixth…

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Photographers, Southwest Airlines & Pre-Boarding

It seems that once a week, if not more often, a photographer emails me, Tweets more or calls me asking about Southwest Airline’s preboarding for photographers and credentialed media.   While the link to Southwest Airlines’ preboarding may no longer be on their website, the policy still very much exists, and is great for ensuring…

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Dear TSA – MacBook Air & iPad In The Bag Or Out?

It is hard to believe I have been traveling with an iPad for well over half-a-year now and an 11″ MacBook Air for more than a month. Both of these travel tools have changed how I work on the road and how I pack … but both tools present a consistent problem at the start…

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iPad App of the Week : Portfolio for iPad

In the digital world online portfolios are rapidly replacing printed portfolios, yet photographers still have the need to present their work in person … and the desire to share their newly created images wherever they may be. The iPad is a fantastic tool for photographers, with new Apps being released constantly turning the iPad into…

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Goodbye Kodachrome, You Inspired Generations Of Travel Photographers

Today is a sad day for photographers and anyone who has been inspired to see the world through photography.  Today, the 30th of December 2010 is the last day Kodachrome film will ever be processed anywhere in the world. Kodachrome plays a large role in my history as a photographer. As a kid my fascination…

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Travel Photography : Pouches & Shedding Bags

A common theme with photographers … and a theme in things I have written about photographers … is that we like to carry pretty much everything with us on the road. Maybe it is a genetic kink in our DNA as photographers, that insecure feeling that we’re missing something, that we will miss something, but…

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