Yearly Archives: 2007

The image I spoke about in an earlier blog post which was shot while covering the 2007 Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta has shown itself to be a solid image. In the recent October 2007 Sportsshooter.com clip contest this image won 1st place in the Feature category. To see the winners go to: http://www.sportsshooter.com/contest/clip/winning_image.html?id=763 The sportsshooter.com clip […]

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The Fall 2007 issue of the Michael Clark Photography newsletter is now available for download from my website. If you’d like to sign on for the Newsletter just drop me an email and I’ll add you to the mailing list. This issue includes an editorial on hanging tough and giving back, an article entitled “Digital […]

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Yesterday, while shooting images at the 2007 Albuquerque Ballooon Fiesta I was looking for a shot of people standing outside of a balloon while I was standing inside the balloon as it was being inflated. I had no control of anything as I was shooting in a photojournalistic style and I had nothing really set […]

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I’m just back from Devils Tower where I got some stunning images (like the one above of Jacopo Aliamo on ‘El Matador’) – and we had a fantastic time. I went up to the Tower with some good friends, Gabriela Baumeister and Jacopo Alaimo who is a certified climbing guide in Italy and quite strong. […]

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Just in case your Monday needs a little injection of comedy I was sent this link to a video on You Tube – its a parody of a possible Microsoft iPhone – quite funny! Here is the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRKIDdIaFyE It is called the ZunePhone. You’ll laugh for sure – take a minute and check it […]

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One of the best articles I ever read on making it as a professional photographer was written by David Lyman, the founder and director of the Maine Photographic Workshops and published on digitaljournalist.org. You can check it out at: http://www.digitaljournalist.org/issue0410/lyman.html I highly recommend this article to both seasoned and emerging photographers as an incredible resource […]

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