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Explorers Andrea, Joanne, Jeannne, Lynne and Christine shooting in the Pantanal of Brazil. these are just a small part of the many millions of outdoor enthusiasts who spent $646 Billion dollars last year on outdoor recreation that includes wildlife and nature photography.

Panasonic Lumix Future Lens Development – Add Your Voice!

Panasonic Lumix Future Lens Development. This morning I’m working on a presentation for a meeting I have with Panasonic on June 2nd. Awhile back Panasonic contacted me to see if I would meet with two of their people from Tokyo to discuss future lens developments and they want to meet in…

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Yongnuo YN560-III Speedlite Question

John, there is nothing you should have to do to make any flash fire from the GH3 hotshot. I’ve never used a Yongnuo flash, but there should be nothing special you have to do to make it fire. If it’s not firing, it may be due to the Program Mode…

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Dragonfly, Bosque del Cabo

Cathy Pemberton Reviews the FZ1000

Many of our Explorers have shown an interest in finding a camera system that is smaller and lighter than a traditional DSLR but also produces professional results. Cathy Pemberton gave the relatively new LUMIX FZ1000 a try in Costa Rica, so I invited her to share her experience for our blog audience. Take…

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Panasonic Lumix G7 Just Announced

Panasonic Lumix G7 just announced. The Panasonic Lumix G7 is a new Lumix camera that is a middle-of-the-road body in the Micro Four Thirds format for those interested in small compact cameras with tremendous bang for your buck. The G7 does not replace the top-of-the-line GH4 but is more like a smaller…

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NE Explorers Share Their Cuban Art

Rum. Cigars. Classic American cars. Beautiful white sandy beaches… These are just a few things that might come to mind when you think of the small country of Cuba. In March 2014, Natural Exposures and a group of Explorers visited this exotic island, and the NE Explorers were quickly immersed in the rich culture…

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My friends Raiza Abubakar and Kevin Gilbert

Mylio Releases Aperture iPhoto to Mylio Migration Tool

Mylio Releases Aperture iPhoto to Mylio Migration Tool. Over the last several weeks I’ve been working with the folks at Mylio to help develop an Aperture to Mylio migration tool. I haven’t had a chance to run this yet since I’m currently in Croatia, but the Mylio team has built…

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Do You Know the Health of Your Hard Drives?

Do You Know the Health of Your Hard Drives? Awhile back I shared some very interesting information regarding a backup service we use called Backblaze. Backblaze is an automated way to back up my many terabytes of external hard drives. The service is worth noting again by itself, but they…

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David Vaskevitch Mylio’s lead photographer and driving force. Oh did I mention CEO?

Mylio CEO David Vaskevitch Guest Post

Mylio CEO David Vaskevitch Guest Post. Many of you know that I’m very excited about a new software program I’m using called Mylio. There has been some confusion about exactly what Mylio is, how it works, and why you might want to use it.  It does work with the cloud, but…

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NE Explorer Michael Cromwell’s Photo on Orvis

Congratulations to NE Explorer Mike Cromwell whose photo has recently been published on the Orvis website! The photo appears alongside an article discussing the importance of saving the oyster reefs of Chesapeake Bay. Mike grew up and still resides near Chesapeake Bay and took this particular photo in 2012. To see the full…

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Mylio May Just Be the Next Big DAM Thing

Mylio May Just be the Next Big DAM Thing. A few months ago I introduced the readers of this blog to a new piece of software called Mylio by way of my friend Kevin Gilbert’s guest appearance on TheGrid. When I first heard of Mylio, my gut reaction was hmmm…that’s kind of a…

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