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A little night music

I always love a good painting-with-light picture. They have a certain almost undefinable yet magical quality about them. String a bunch of them together for a stop-action video, all the better. Here’s one by Ryan Cashman that features a simple creature of light playing an electric keyboard with the San Diego skyline as a backdrop. […]

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Links: Olympic efforts

A chain link fence around the soccer field at Delta College in Stockton. (Camera: Nikon D300, Lens: Nikkor 17-55mm @ 17mm. Exposure: 1/250th sec. @ f/16. ISO: 200) World-class athletes The Summer Olympic Games in Beijing, China garnered a lot of media attention.  It produced a lot of record-breaking moments as well as memorable photos. […]

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Hot Links: Going for the gold

(Camera: Nikon D300. Lens: Nikkor 70-200mm @ 200mm. Exposure: 1/2000th sec. @ f/2.8. ISO: 200) Once every four years the greatest athletes gather for an incredible festival of sports that is the Olympics. Being a relatively small paper, The Record doesn’t send anyone to cover the games. We rely on news services such as Associated […]

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Hot links

(Camera: Nikon D300. Lens: Nikkor 17-55mm @ 55mm. Exposure: 1/500th sec. @ f/11. ISO: 200) I’m on a well-deserved vacation this week, but you can get your new pix fix at the following links. I’ll be back on July 30. Enjoy! ________________________________ Leapin’ lizards! Photographer/artist Kem McNair of New Smyrna Beach, Florida was at the […]

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To flash, or not to flash

“Mirth is like a flash of lightning, that breaks through a gloom of clouds, and glitters for a moment…”  – Joseph Addison Lincoln High’s Dewitt Stuckey tries to break free from Vintage High’s Levi Pruett (33), Trevor McLaughlin and Jake Lenning during a varsity football game at Lincoln in Stockton. (Camera: Nikon D2X. Lens: Nikkor […]

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It’s a toss up

The cameras we use at work are built to withstand a lot of punishment. We use them day in and day out, shooting tens of thousands of frames a year. That’s why we use “professional” level cameras. Day in and day out, we use them hard, taking them to their limits. As hard as we […]

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