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Subject: [Leica] Updated blog
From: imagist3 at (George Lottermoser)
Date: Sat, 23 Oct 2010 13:17:19 -0500
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Huge WOW! and kudos for your intense efforts these past months.
Extremely solid, professional photography shown on your blog.
Can only imagine the editing you must be going through.

As others have mentioned, I too find the images on the blog
to have a very hyped up, super saturated look to them.
Not sure if that is your final intention or simply an outcome
of a need to edit, process and meet client expectations.

Though I would have interest in knowing?

George Lottermoser 
george at

On Oct 22, 2010, at 10:04 PM, Harrison McClary wrote:

> I have updated my blog with images of what I have been working on during 
> the past month of my coverage of this oil spill in the Gulf.  Only the 
> photos way down the page of the "Crusin' the Coast" were shot with Leica 
> glass mounted on a Panasonic G2.  The rest are all Canon images.
> This has definitely been an experience and I'd dare say I have covered 
> more of this spill than anyone else, period.  I have been in at least 90 
> percent of the staging areas, been on the water with boat crews placing 
> and working boom from almost day one, have flown over and landed on the 
> incident site, have been from Grand Isle, LA to Panama City, FL and all 
> points in between, have covered clean up, defense building, decon, bird 
> and turtle cleanings, air, water, sediment, and marine life testing.  I 
> have worked this thing since April 30 with only a total of 15 days off.  
> Anyway hope you enjoy looking at the photos.
> Harrison.
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