14 thoughts on “Domino

    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Hey Lynne: Thanks – It was a tight angle and I was trying to be discreet. My first shot was rubbish, so I circled around for a second pass.

      Did I see you’re going to take Otto’s e-workshop again?

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      1. milfordstreet Post author

        It is a great way to learn. The feedback you get is amazing. I think if I had a special project in mind, I’d go for it again. He could actually do individual photo coaching as a sidelight.

        Nat Geo just announced their fall one day photo seminars. I took one on travel photography alst year and really learned a lot. There is one a couple hours from us on Crativity with Light, I may take. Let me know if you want the link to the series. They have different seminars in various cities all over the country.

      2. sixdegreesphotography

        Oh yes that sounds awesome..Share the link if you have it..I just watched a really good video on the “Visual design of a photograph” If you have the time, it’s well worth the watch (and it’s free)..

      3. milfordstreet Post author

        Sure 🙂 The Fort Lauderdale one seems to have a lot of overlap with the one I’m looking at in Hartford. The one I attended on travel photography with Todd Gipstein was excellent.

      4. sixdegreesphotography

        I have not bought one yet but most likely will..I love B&H..so many good workshop videos..Thanks so much for this link, I’ll try to watch it this evening or bookmark for tomorrow 🙂

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