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Roger Hicks -- Author of The Rangefinder Book

Roger Hicks is a well known photographic writer, author of The Rangefinder Book, over three dozen other photographic books, and a frequent contributor to Shutterbug and Amateur Photographer. Unusually in today's photographic world, most of his camera reviews are film cameras, especially rangefinders. See www.rogerandfrances.com for further background (Frances is his wife Frances Schultz, acknowledged darkroom addict and fellow Shutterbug contributor) .

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Old 02-17-2017   #1
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A companion piece to "Misty Day" which I put up earlier. Deals with how we look at our own "non-serious" pictures, and what we can learn from them.


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I'm still pondering how to respond this: get back to you later. Especially, with the companion piece "Misty Days."
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^^ Last line sums it up for me . Peter
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Great article Roger, it's always a point to exercise, brain, body, eyes...and photography can be a good reason to do it, summer and winter, sunny and misty days

Remember: today is the Day !
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Interesting and useful articles both Roger, thanks for sharing them. I enjoy your writing style. It's always good to exercise mind and body and think about what makes a good picture, and to review and reflect on one's efforts in order to see things better in future..

This caused me to think about editing, and how it's often better done quite some time after taking the pictures.


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