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  • Marcella Q. Rush

    We spend a lot of time on f/stops, shutter speeds, lighting ratios and the like around here. But none of these things — none — matters when compared against another variable: What can you actually accomplish with your photography? Long-time readers will be familiar with Florida-based nature photographer John Moran from previous article on Strobist. Always an advocate of nature, he has been one of natural Florida’s most eloquent voices for conservation. Now he’s taking that fight to the next level, aiming his cannons —and his Canons — at one critical target: saving Florida’s natural springs. What a person with a camera, a few lights and a vision (and help from his friends) can accomplish, below.

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    • Deepa

      When I learnt photography my teacher always told me it is the person behind the camera that matters! This was taken on my mobile phone by the way. It doesn’t matter what kind of camera it is, as long as a photographer takes a good photograph it is the best thing!

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