Journal

We like to share our experiences and feelings about our work. Please let us know if there is a specific topic of interest to you.

Our Latest Work: Having Writ

Posted by Greg Hammond on

It is nearly in ruin and might well not survive two more winters. My friend Michael and I visited it near sunset, and watched the light go out. 

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Our Latest Work: Having Writ

Posted by Greg Hammond on

It is nearly in ruin and might well not survive two more winters. My friend Michael and I visited it near sunset, and watched the light go out. 

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Going With The Flow

Posted by Greg Hammond on

Ah well, we take the light, and conditions, and crowds we get

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Going With The Flow

Posted by Greg Hammond on

Ah well, we take the light, and conditions, and crowds we get

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Acrylic Blocks Now On Offer

Posted by Greg Hammond on

We've started offering some of our more popular pieces in an acrylic block format.

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Acrylic Blocks Now On Offer

Posted by Greg Hammond on

We've started offering some of our more popular pieces in an acrylic block format.

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Phase One Automatic Frame Averaging

Posted by Greg Hammond on

With this new update, shutter speed and exposure time can now be two different things. And it opens up worlds of possibilities.

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Phase One Automatic Frame Averaging

Posted by Greg Hammond on

With this new update, shutter speed and exposure time can now be two different things. And it opens up worlds of possibilities.

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Back to Africa

Posted by Greg Hammond on

Toward the end of August, I will be heading back to Africa for a workshop with Don Smith, Pierre Steenberg, and Henning de Beer. Above, that's an image of the moon rising through the Venus Belt seen through the Spitzkoppe Arch. I won't be seeing that place again on this trip, though I wish I could. But we will be starting at Victoria Falls and expect to see a lot of wildlife.

More to come here.

 

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Back to Africa

Posted by Greg Hammond on

Toward the end of August, I will be heading back to Africa for a workshop with Don Smith, Pierre Steenberg, and Henning de Beer. Above, that's an image of the moon rising through the Venus Belt seen through the Spitzkoppe Arch. I won't be seeing that place again on this trip, though I wish I could. But we will be starting at Victoria Falls and expect to see a lot of wildlife.

More to come here.

 

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