Iconic Images Tag

Upon the few occasions when I manage to chew through the straps and escape, I generally take a camera to record sights of interest. In some cases this results in a thousand images on a memory card. It used to be ten rolls of 35 mm Kodachrome or two pro-packs of Portra 160 but times have changed. I have exchanged worrying about X radiation on the film to worrying about running out of battery charge. Don't worry - the hit rate for good shots is still 10%...

No, it's not a dinner menu. It's news of a great opportunity for landscape and wildlife photographers next year - it's one of the kickers in a unique photo tour for 2019. Dennis Glennon Photography is the firm running the tour under the name Iconic Imagery. Instead of the usual round of African game parks or Alaskan grizzly bears, this tour offers...

As we get older we discover an amazing phenomenon - young people do not know as much as we do.Young people who wish to take exception to this may protest as much as they like - the replies section on Facebook is open all the time. They can type on their laptops, tablets, or mobile phones with the assurance that it will be read. Full sentences in English are preferred though if you must txt we hav ppl her who cn trnslat.But how many of you know " Howdy Customers"...

In May of this year photographers in Perth, Melbourne, and Sydney will get an opportunity to hear one of the most diverse and celebrated natural history photographers in South Africa.Shem Compion owns South Africa's premier photographic safari company, and has been succeeding in this difficult field for over 15 years. He's published 5 best-seller books and is working on more right now.This is a chance to get real expertise from a leader in the field. He is to come to Australia associated with Iconic Images International. There is more information available on the web, so Goggle up Iconic Images International and follow on to their site. I believe they even have a short film available for this.If you would love to try a photo safari you cannot be in better hands than Mr. Glennon....