I'll take it as a sign

posted on 9th of january, 2009

I of course looked with great anticipation to see what photos were approved first for 2009 and as I looked at them I couldn't help but noticed that my wife and the good Lord were among the first couple approved.

Now I love my wife with all my heart. And I do often look to her for inspiration, but to put her in the same catagory as Jesus might be stretching things a bit much even for her.

But for the first couple of photos accepted for 09 I think it's great.

So I'm just going to take it as a sign and leave it at that

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Comments (5)

Posted by Karenkh on January 13, 2009
Amen, and congrats!
Posted by Delmiaco on January 09, 2009
Can I get an AMEN?
: ) Congrats!
Posted by Dcwcreations on January 09, 2009

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The first accessory you need for your DSLR

posted on 28th of january, 2009

A camera to a photographer is many things. Most photographers have a loyalty to their cameras as if it was the best friend they ever had.

But at it's very basic level it is a tool. A tool that we put through some very harsh conditions.

We take them out in salt water spray from the oceans and hot sun to cool nights and high humidity.

That's why the first accessory you need after you purchase your DSLR should be a UV filter.

It is very inexpensive and just screws to the front of the camera.

© Rebeccaosborn (Help)

It's main purpose in life is to protect your lens.

It will take the sand, salt, dirt, crude, scratches and everything else that without it your lens would take.

If you have an accident and scratch the filter your out about...

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Tags: filter lens sand
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Posted by Marilyngould on January 28, 2009
I too am a fan of the UV filter. I live at the beach where sand and sea spray are part of life -- I have had good results with Hoya filters and although not cheap, they are much less costly then replacing a lens.
Posted by Dcwcreations on January 28, 2009
O.K. I may have been stretching it with the twelve bucks for the filter, you do need a good one. And if you don't ever leave the studio you don't need one at all.
I like to see a blog that sparks good debate and ideas and thank everyone for the input.
Posted by Littlemacproductions on January 28, 2009
I've always had a UV filter for every lens. However.. Teekaygee brings up a good point.

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