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Adventures of a Sage—Photography as a Lens for Self-Discovery


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    1908, 2021

    0008 Naples Florida Old Pier

    By |August 19th, 2021|Categories: news|Tags: |0 Comments

    Adventures of a Sage—Photography as a Lens for Self-Discovery Naples Florida Old Pier Tag: Adventure Shoot date: 11/27/20 Loyal Adventures fans—those of you with coveted Platinum Membership status—may recall from Article 0003 What to Shoot—Finding Subject Material, that I [...]

    2407, 2021

    0007 Gary L. Friedman Interview

    By |July 24th, 2021|Categories: news|Tags: |1 Comment

    Adventures of a Sage—Photography as a Lens for Self-Discovery Tag: Interview Introduction Today's article features an interview with Gary L. Friedman. Gary is a professional photographer whose photography and writings have been published in magazines, newspapers, and books internationally. [...]

    1506, 2021

    0006 Photography Post-Processing Software

    By |June 15th, 2021|Categories: news|Tags: |1 Comment

    Adventures of a Sage—Photography as a Lens for Self-Discovery Tag: Technical Introduction As the renowned semi-professional photographer that I am, I shoot RAW format about 95% of the time. (See the previous article for a review of the differences [...]

    905, 2021

    0004 How Haight-Ashbury Inspired the First Montreux Jazz Poster in 1968

    By |May 9th, 2021|Categories: news|Tags: |1 Comment

    Adventures of a Sage—Photography as a Lens for Self-Discovery Tag: Guest article Our first contribution to the Journal follows below from Roger Bornand, of Montreux, Switzerland. Roger and I have known each other since 1967. He and a friend [...]

    104, 2021

    0003 What to Shoot—Finding Subject Material

    By |April 1st, 2021|Categories: news|Tags: |0 Comments

    Adventures of a Sage—Photography as a Lens for Self-Discovery Tag: Photo Philosophy My previous journal entry encouraged you to understand what motivates you to shoot, the difference between pros and hobbyists, and the process of defining your shooting style. [...]

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