Documentary and Political Photojournalist Based in Washington DC
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South Lawn Blizzard (man made)

Covering the arrival and departure of the President on the South Lawn of the White House can be pretty mundane. The routine is pretty much the same every time. Press are ushered to the South Lawn. Marine One arrives and lands. President either exits the residence or the Oval Office and make his way to the helicopter, hopefully

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A Victory for Yvonne

Most of my friends are aware of the documentary project that I have been working on for more than a few years about the Gullah Geechee culture. Recently a portion of the project was published on the New York Times LENS Blog. The story that accompanies the NYT slideshow mentions that while working on the project late last

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Cherry Blossoms 2014 Pete Marovich

More Thoughts on the Fuji X-T1

All images in this post were shot with the FujiFilm X-T1 in raw mode. There was very little post processing. I have had the FujiFilm X-T1 mirrorless camera for a little over a month now and I have to say I am still very VERY impressed. There are a few things that I wish I could change, but

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Fuji X-T1 – This Camera ROCKS!

I am not sure what I can really say here except that I like it. I REALLY REALLY LIKE IT. I recently bought the new Fuji X-T1 from Roberts Camera (ask for Ed!) just in time to take it on a week-long shoot to work on my project about the Gullah Geechee Culture of the Sea Islands. I

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MUSK SPACE  Pete Marovich

Testing the New FujiFilm X-T1

I just bought a new toy to play with, the FujiFilm X-T1. I am mainly interested in this camera so I can put together a more low-profile kit to shoot with while working on projects where it is best to blend in a bit and let people forget you are there with a camera. Even the smallish Nikon D700’s,

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TRANSFORM by Zack Arias

I stumbled across this video that photographer Zack Arias did for Scott Kelby’s web site in 2009. I usually go back and watch it at least once a year. Burnout is something that all photographers and other creative people go through from time to time. I think Zack’s take on it is dead on an very inspiring. The

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NEVER Use A RAID As Your Backup System!

NOTE: Over the past few years, I have received a lot of messages and comments about this post. It is possible I did not make clear what I was trying to convey about RAID. ANOTHER NOTE: I have redesigned the site and for some reason, the comments are not showing. I am working to get them restored. What

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