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Re: [photo-740] Interesting Article on DoF and Bokeh

From: Mark S.
Sent on: Wednesday, March 6, 2013 5:13 AM
Hi Marco.  Did you read the comments section?  Evidently not such a great article .  I often get more from reading the comments than the "articles" themselves. Mark

Mark Stadsklev
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On Feb 25, 2013, at 1:47 PM, Marco Gutierrez <[address removed]> wrote:

Hey everyone!

I hope you're enjoying our great weather today.

This link is to an interesting article that appeared in the online version of the New York Time.  Robert Halverson forwarded this to share with us.  The article is titled "Blurry Backgrounds, Big Sensors and Bokeh".  Here is the link:

Don't forget the free seminar Wednesday night (February 27th) with Peter Read Miller and Jeff Schultz.  It will take place on Wednesday, February 27th at the Wendy Williams Auditorium (UAA campus) from 6:45pm to 9:30pm.

Peter Read Miller has been photographing athletes, events, and the sporting life for more than 30 years. Currently a staffer at Sports Illustrated, where he has worked for over 20 years, Peter has shot over 100 SI covers. He has covered 8 Olympic games, 34 Super Bowls, 14 NBA finals, as well as Stanley Cup finals, the World Series, the Kentucky Derby, the NCAA Basketball Final Four, and the World Cup soccer finals. Peter is a Canon Explorer of Light, he teaches a yearly sports photography workshop in Denver, and he is an active speaker at events such as Imaging USA and Photo Plus.

Alaska photographer, Jeff Schultz has been photographing in Alaska since arriving in 1978. A native of the Bay Area of California, Jeff moved to Alaska chasing his dream of building a log cabin and living off the land. While that never materialized, he knew he was home when he arrived in Alaska. Jeff has been photographing both stock and assignment photos of Alaska and Alaskans ever since. Jeff's God-given talent of photography has afforded him a unique lifestyle to travel throughout Alaska photographing both assignments and stock photography. His images have been published world-wide in books, magazines, advertisements, brochures, annual reports, websites, retail products and more. Jeff founded Alaska's largest stock photo agency, Alaska Stock Images in 1990 and operated it successfully until October 2012 when he sold it. Jeff continues to do photography for corporate and editorial clients as well as shooting stock.

For more information call: (907)[masked]

Wendy  Williams Auditorium, 2533 Providence Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508 (free parking after 6:30pm)

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