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The Rumor

So, yesterday was the rumored announcement day for the Nikon D800. I was all excited, I was working at squaring away the money needed to purchase this camera and finally make the switch to a full-frame camera. Something that I have been looking forward to for quite sometime. Which leads to my slight disappointment when […]

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So this is going to be a 2 part post but I figured I would at least break-up a little bit. If anyone knows me they know that I take a lot of portraits. They are actually my main form of photography. Now the other day I was reading about how boring and popular portraiture. […]

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New Lens

I bought a new lens last Friday.  I really wasn’t sure about. but I eventually gave in. I got the Nikon 35mm f/1.8 DX lens. Beautiful lens, quiet, small.  The only thing that still bothers me is the fact that it’s a DX lens, I would of much rathered gotten a non-DX lens mainly because […]

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Photo Adventure and recession affect

I want to first say, I officially have a new website! Kutsuphoto is up and working. It has my gallery of images and soon to be my design portfolio as well. My friend Ian decided to design/code it. Check it out, tell me what ya think. So, I feel a little sad because I wish […]

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Free Film

So this is going to be an in between mainly because I feel like some things have happen in the past few days that is posting worthy. First thing: I got a bag FULL! (so like somewhere around like 40 rolls of film) of free film. My adviser at the paper had some film that […]

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I just refound this blog and felt like posting in on here: http://www.strobist.blogspot.com/ A great resource!

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A Fresh Start

So this is my first post, and just a few things I want to say. My main goal for this blog is to post pictures I’m working on, rants about photography/photo-gear, cool information/blogs that I find about both of those things, and maybe they occasional Adobe Photoshop tutorial if I deem necessary as I do […]

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