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Car-Rental Gotchas Your Credit Card Insurance May Not Cover

Say you’re renting a car and you plan to rely on your credit card’s built-in collision coverage. Or maybe you’re even prepared to buy the rental company’s wildly overpriced collision damage waiver (CDW). Either way, you think you’re covered. But are you fully covered? MileCards just released a report on…

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A pair of Jabaru storks on the river back in the Pantanal, Brazil.

The Lumix Diaries: Adventures in the Pantanal

August 2, 2014 – Pantanal Brazil The Lumix Diaries Adventures in the Pantanal. It’s our first full day at the lodge in the Pantanal of Brazil. I’m here with a group of enthusiastic photographers who are part of our Brazil Pantanal Jaguar Wildlife Photo Expedition Invitational Photo Tour. Before I left…

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Snowy owl, female flies in to nest with red phalarope. Alaska.

The Lumix Diaries: Adventures in Alaska

The Lumix Diaries Adventures in Alaska post is a compilation of a recent month long shoot in our 50th state. I’ve chosen not to write a day to day description since a lot of wildlife and nature photography can be very boring and uneventful. What I have included are the highlights…

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Using Nikon’s Electronic First Curtain Option?

Doug, I’m not even aware of it. Which camera is this part of?

Daniel Cox in Masa Mara Game Reserve Kenya.

Mark Your Calendars for Dan’s 2015 Workshop in Florida

The FCCC Annual Conference  will be held from March 6th – 8th, 2015 at Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, Florida. Dan will be presenting and leading a workshop during the event. We hope to see you there!

An image from our recent Cuba Educational Photo Tour that would fun to print.

Apple’s New PhotoKit Has Huge Potential

Apple’s New PhotoKit Has Huge Potential. It’s now been at least a couple of weeks since Apple announced they would no longer be developing Aperture or even iPhoto. The disappointment was well documented across the web including my own dismay. However, since the announcement I’ve been doing more investigation of…

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Wall Street Journal reports on the new Obama administrations SupplierPay program.

SupplierPay Program Helps Small Business Owners

SupplierPay program helps small business owners. The Obama administration recently developed a new program to encourage large corporations like Apple to agree to start paying their small suppliers on a more timely basis. Hallelujah!!! I’ve been in business since I was 16 years old and I could never understand why a…

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Manifest Creative Is Absolutely Phenomenal

Manifest Creative Is Absolutely Phenomenal and I would like to give a great big shout out to Philip Downer of Manifest Creative. Philip has been the one-man-band behind what I feel is our stunning new website. He recently finished up the Explorer’s Gallery version 2.0 with a lot of new…

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ApertureExpert Joseph Linaschke presents Robert Boyer and his take on where Apple is headed with Photos

Robert Boyer via ApertureExpert Hits the Photos Nail Right on the Head

Robert Boyer via ApertureExpert hits the Photos nail right on the head. He explains his take on the death of Aperture and does it with aplomb. The dust is beginning to settle from last weeks announcement from Apple that they were discontinuing the development of my preferred photo workflow program,…

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Brazil's jaguar is just one  species that benefits from the country's 'greening" efforts.

Brazil is a Leader in Reducing Global Warming Emissions

Brazil is a leader in reducing global warming emissions and has made some very “green” choices in putting on the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil. In fact, this World Cup is the first FIFA World Cup to have a comprehensive sustainability strategy. Does that surprise you? It surprised me. When I…

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