Tag Archives: Nikon

Updated February 16, 2016 – See the note at the end of this blog post about using the Nikkor 300mm f/4 PF VR lens with the TC14E III for photographing big-wave surfing and a true test of it’s autofocus capabilities.  Over the last month, I have been testing out the Nikon AF-S 300mm f/4E PF […]

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Earlier this year, I worked with professional ice climber Dawn Glanc to create another set of lit ice climbing images in the Ouray Ice Park. This time around, I wanted to experiment with Hypersync strobe techniques. Hypersync is a technique that allows us to sync strobes at shutter speeds above the normal 1/250th flash sync speed, […]

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With the introduction of the Nikon D810, I have gotten quite a few emails from folks wondering what my thoughts are on the new camera. Having taught several workshops on “how to get the most out of your Nikon D800,” and having written a glowing review of the D800 in my Spring 2012 Newsletter a […]

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While teaching a photography workshop in Los Angeles recently, I photographed the Walt Disney Concert Hall, along with the workshop participants, on a cloudy morning in downtown LA. As it turns out, the optimum conditions for photographing the concert hall are dark, cloudy days, as can be seen by the images in this blog post. […]

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The Winter 2014 issue of the Michael Clark Photography Newsletter is now available for download. If you’d like to sign up for the Newsletter just drop me an email and I’ll add you to the mailing list. This issue is the largest I have ever produced and includes an editorial about the Red Bull Air Force […]

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Santa Fe. Coming to a city near you. The Santa Fe Workshops is taking their two-day workshop concept on the road next year. The first stop on this series will be in Los Angeles and will be held at Santa Monica College. Following the LA series, the workshops will travel to Austin in May, and […]

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