Comments on: Comfort food for better photography. http://nationalgeographicassignmentblog.com/2009/05/11/165/ The blog about National Geographic Assignment photographers. Tue, 17 Aug 2010 22:46:12 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.9.2 hourly 1 By: George Jones http://nationalgeographicassignmentblog.com/2009/05/11/165/comment-page-1/#comment-6 George Jones Fri, 29 May 2009 22:14:08 +0000 http://nationalgeographicassignmentblog.com/?p=165#comment-6 Peanut butter is power food! I had no idea I'd love it so much when I was a kid. My how ones perspective changes with age! My sister-in-law turned me on to peanut butter and pickles...the sweet bread and butter type. I thought she was nuts but it's great! I'm glad I stumbled across this blog. It reminded me of the Missouri PJ workshop I attended some years ago. I remember rubbing elbows with Bob Gilka, Wilbur Garret... man that was a blast. So much for trips down memory lane! If you're looking for subjects I'd like to know how you guys get such neutral color in your work. I love being able to shove colors around with digital tools but sometimes I'd just like to get the color right. I know it takes practice but practice with what techniques. George Peanut butter is power food! I had no idea I’d love it so much when I was a kid. My how ones perspective changes with age! My sister-in-law turned me on to peanut butter and pickles…the sweet bread and butter type. I thought she was nuts but it’s great!

I’m glad I stumbled across this blog. It reminded me of the Missouri PJ workshop I attended some years ago. I remember rubbing elbows with Bob Gilka, Wilbur Garret… man that was a blast.

So much for trips down memory lane! If you’re looking for subjects I’d like to know how you guys get such neutral color in your work. I love being able to shove colors around with digital tools but sometimes I’d just like to get the color right. I know it takes practice but practice with what techniques.

George

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By: Marco DiPaul http://nationalgeographicassignmentblog.com/2009/05/11/165/comment-page-1/#comment-4 Marco DiPaul Wed, 13 May 2009 18:03:32 +0000 http://nationalgeographicassignmentblog.com/?p=165#comment-4 Peanut butter. High in protein and easy to store but not always available. If they could just add caffeine to peanut butter, I could live on it. But I'm more interested in Joel's most recent Audubon article. http://audubonmagazine.com/features0905/photogallery.html How in the world are we driving a sand fly to extinction. Isn't that like mosquitoes or cockroaches going extinct. Is it easier working with captive critters. p.s. do you like peanut butter? Peanut butter. High in protein and easy to store but not always available. If they could just add caffeine to peanut butter, I could live on it. But I’m more interested in Joel’s most recent Audubon article. http://audubonmagazine.com/features0905/photogallery.html How in the world are we driving a sand fly to extinction. Isn’t that like mosquitoes or cockroaches going extinct. Is it easier working with captive critters.
p.s.
do you like peanut butter?

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