Outdoor Eyes Newsletter - Volume 43

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Thank you for subscribing to the Outdoor Eyes Newsletter. Logo If Outdoor Eyes helps to improve your photography or motivates you to participate in an outdoor adventure, then it has fulfilled its purpose. I hope you enjoy this month's issue and thanks for stopping by.  Philip "PT" Tulin

  • Find A Partner Community
  • We Finally Got Our Answer
  • Sundance The Friendly Fox
  • Black Canyon Snowshoeing Hike
  • The First Known Use Of A Layer
  • Selling & Marketing Photographs Online
  • Earning Money From Your Photographs
  • How To Cook Over An Open Fire
  • FIND A PARTNER COMMUNITY
    Text & Photographs By Philip Tulin
    WE FINALLY GOT OUR ANSWER
    Text & Photographs By Philip Tulin

    The "Find A Partner Community" was recently launched and the membership is consistantly growing. If you haven't visited the Community, please stop by and take a look. Outdoor Eyes Images © Outdoor Eyes was recently mentioned as one of the top websites for finding Photography Hiking Partners in the new BackPacker February 2008 issue. The NEW Outdoor Eyes Community for "FINDING A PARTNER" brings people together with common interests in outdoor activities: outdoor photography, hiking, snowshoeing, kayaking, backpacking, canoeing, birding, snowboarding, skiing, expeditions, biking & more. Join in to find friends in your area and create a community in your area to enjoy the great outdoors. NOTE: If you are already a member of the Photography Forum, you must register again (you can use your same ID).
    WELCOME TO THE FIND A PARTNER COMMUNITY. »

    Sunday was such a beautiful day. It was bright and sunny after all of the snow in the days before. It felt good to get out and take a nice hike and do a little holiday shopping…seeing Images © Outdoor Eyes the pretty lights in town and listening to the Christmas carols along the street. We topped it off with a delicious homemade meatloaf dinner at Poppy's and had a nice visit with Rob. It was perfect…so nice and warm on such a cold night. We were tired and went home to get a good night's sleep as we wanted to get an early start to the next day.
    WE FINALLY GOT OUR ANSWER. »

    SUNDANCE THE FRIENDLY FOX
    Text & Photographs By Philip Tulin
    BLACK CANYON SNOWSHOEING HIKE
    Text & Photographs By Philip Tulin

    All of a sudden I heard a very quiet, "Come here quickly!" from the downstairs. Diane and I walked gingerly down the stairs and standing a foot away from the end of their patio was the Images © Outdoor Eyes most beautiful Red Fox we had ever seen. It was reddish brown with black behind its ears. It had a long pointed nose and distinctive brown eyes that kept looking at us with such a curious facial expression. We noticed how long her legs were and that they were black on the bottom half. She had a long bushy tail that was black near the end and then a little dab of white just set it off!
    SUNDANCE THE FRIENDLY FOX. »

    Nature really surprised us! We had planned an end of the year Outdoor Eyes hike along Black Canyon Trail so we could all enjoy the beautiful scenery. There were 3 people in the group Images © Outdoor Eyes who had just celebrated a “big” birthday, so we all thought it would be fun to go on a hike and then have a birthday celebration lunch at Ed’s Cantina afterward. It would be a nice ending to a great summer and fall of hiking and meeting new friends. We started checking the weather on Thursday and it said a possibility of snow showers on Friday & Saturday.
    BLACK CANYON SNOWSHOEING HIKE & PARTY. »

    THE FIRST KNOWN USE OF LAYER
    Text By Hal Eland
    SELLING & MARKETING PHOTOGRAPHS ONLINE
    Text & Photographs By Philip Tulin

    This story goes back to England in 1860 and the friendship between the poet Alfred Lord Tennyson and the photographer Henry Peach Robinson. Tennyson had written a poem called "The Images © Outdoor Eyes Lady of Shalott" about her unrequited love for Sir Lancelot of King Arthur's Court in Camelot. Briefly, the Lady of Shalott lived alone in a castle "of four gray walls and four gray towers". There was a curse on her that she must not look outside, so as she sat daily weaving she watched the world outside through a mirror. One day she saw the reflection of Sir Lancelot in her mirror and turned to look at him as he passed.
    THE FIRST KNOWN USE OF LAYER. »

    Selling your photographs is no different from selling anything else... it takes time and a lot of work. If you expect to become rich by selling your photographs, don't leave your first Images © Outdoor Eyes job just yet! Like any other type of selling, you are selling yourself as well as selling your photographs. And with the Internet, the selling of yourself becomes a little more difficult as you are not face to face with a potential buyer of your photographs. So, what do you do to level the playing field using the Internet? The first thing you must do is to be able to create a Internet page including a photograph of yourself along with some text so the visitor can a least have some kind of knowledge who you are when email might be communicated back and forth.
    SELLING & MARKETING PHOTOGRAPHS ONLINE. »

    EARNING MONEY FROM YOUR PHOTOGRAPHS
    Text By Isa Shiekh
    HOW TO COOK OVER AN OPEN FIRE
    Text & Photographs By John Westbrook

    Photography is an expensive hobby and if you are an amateur photograph you can start earning money from your hobby. The difference between amateur and professional is relative. While a Images © Outdoor Eyes professional has to earn his living bread by selling his photographs while the amateur is happy to take good photographs and feel good... but selling is not his main aspiration. So if you are a good amateur photographer you can earn good money from your good photographs as well as appreciation and kudos. For that you have to change your attitude towards your photographic work and start thinking as a professional. It is not a problem to sell photographs if you are a good photographer with a good stock collection.
    EARNING MONEY FROM YOUR PHOTOGRAPHS. »

    Portable fuel-burning stoves are all the rage nowadays for hiking and camping. Between fire safety and the lack of available wood in most public camping areas, I suppose they have Images © Outdoor Eyes their place. But there's a certain mystique about cooking over a wood fire while camping that the little stoves can't duplicate. Besides, it's not really camping out unless you get smoke in your eyes a couple of times. First, you have to build a fire and get a good bed of coals. It is the coals that you want to cook over rather than the fire itself. You will get less smoke and ashes that way, plus the heat is more consistent and controllable and you won't sear off your eyebrows.
    HOW TO COOK OVER AN OPEN FIRE. »

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