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Nov 2nd

2014

Author By James Harris
CategoryPosted in B&W
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Fifty Friendly Faces from Around the World

Not long ago, my good friend Russell asked me if I might have any lighting equipment he could borrow. Now, you should know Russell is a pretty good photographer.  To start, like me, he also shoots the Nikon D600 and carries a bag of gear almost identical to my own… Genius as well you think? […]

Apr 4th

2014

Author By James Harris
CategoryPosted in Travel
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A Nikon D600, Fuji X-E2 & Apple iPhone5 Walk Into a Bar – Bali, Indonesia

 “As we toured Bali, I found more than ever I was shooting with the D600, new XE-2, and iPhone 5 interchangeably.” Clicking on a few of the images below will allow you to compare the results at higher resolution.  All of the FUJI X-E2 images are straight out of camera (SOOC) to illustrate what I […]

Nov 30th

2013

Author By James Harris
CategoryPosted in Travel
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Shooting Tigers in the Rain – Chiang Mai, Thailand

“I’m not sure what was more intense, shooting in the rain with no camera protection or getting tight with a 50mm prime.” On a recent trip to Laos, I found myself trying to save a few dollars at the Bangkok airport by booking my flight to Luang Prabang with a stop in Chiang Mai.  If […]

Jun 1st

2013

Author By James Harris
CategoryPosted in Travel
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Sri Lanka – Seven Hundred Kilometers in Seventy Two Hours

Sri Lanka – Revisited in 2013 Over the course of seventy two hours, I spent the weekend sharing seven hundred kilometers of road with tuk tuks, motorbikes, cars, buses, cows, and the people of Sri Lanka. The trip started at the airport arrivals terminal in Colombo, where I found myself looking over a map with […]

May 4th

2013

Author By James Harris
CategoryPosted in Editing
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You won’t hear me say “I don’t edit, I get it right in camera.”

But then again, I’m not a professional. It seems to me “editing” is one of the most controversial topics around when it comes to digital photography.  Often I hear some professionals claim “I don’t edit, I get it right in camera.” A quick look at your DSLR and you will find camera modes like Portrait, […]

Feb 15th

2013

Author By James Harris
CategoryPosted in Travel
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Mississippi Dave and I Explore Nepal – “With more camera gear than clean clothes.”

and I decided would be a great spot for a short trip in February, outside the tourist season.  Dave is an , from Corinth, Mississippi, who spent a large part of his career hopping around the world building the next big project.  He’s also a and has more personality than you can shake a stick  […]

Dec 18th

2012

Author By James Harris
CategoryPosted in Travel
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Guys Photography Weekend – Oman

What a better way to close out 2012 than to spend a weekend with trekking through the country looking for photography opportunities? My colleague Scott and I picked up a couple of last minute flights from Doha to and a room at the (a bit of a disappointment, I found the service a bit below […]

Dec 3rd

2012

Author By James Harris
CategoryPosted in Travel
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A lightning fast weekend to Abu Dhabi, UAE

So I’m just back from Abu Dhabi, and I thought it would be a good opportunity to start working on the blog. I picked up a short last minute flight from Qatar to the UAE last weekend by cashing in some hard earned Qmiles (Qatar Airways frequent flyer miles). I departed at 10:00pm on Thursday […]

Nov 24th

2012

Author By James Harris
CategoryPosted in Uncategorized
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