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A recent evening reminded me of the importance of being able to adapt and apply a photographic vision beyond one’s regular subject matter.  A couple weeks ago, I had the good fortune to spend time on a farm with a lovely group of people.  I naturally brought my camera, but quickly discovered that the landscape before me did not readily mesh with my more typical previsualizations.  I was thus forced to think differently about what stood before me.  The resultant lesson I internalized that evening?  Light is light, no matter where is shines.

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