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for: ‘July, 2016’

An Encounter with a Tengerrese Horseman at Mt. Bromo

I’ve been asked many times about how I go about shooting portraits. I normally remember an old quote by Abraham Lincoln which goes “If you are given 8 hours to chop down a tree, spend the first six sharpening the axe” or something along those lines.  In my case though, I would spend the same proportion of time talking to the […]

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